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Holiday Joy Filled Gift Guide: Recipe Rock: The Perfect Recipe Holder for Printed or Magazine Recipes! Review + Giveaway

Recipe Rock Recipe Holder for Printed or Magazine Recipes

Recipe Rock ReviewOnly one week till Christmas! Let the baking begin! :) Each year I love to try new recipes, which usually means a printed recipe off the Internet or a page out of a magazine. However, reading a recipe off of a few sheets of paper laying on the countertop can be difficult and messy. It ends up under covered in flower, sugar and whatever other ingredients are on the list. That’s why someone came up with Recipe Rock! Recipe Rock is a simple yet genius kitchen tool for holding your printed out or cut out recipes. Using a ball shaped magnet and a stand it can hold your recipes upright, out of the way and make them easy to read. I love my Recipe Rock! It’s proved itself to be very useful especially in the baking frenzy of the holidays! It holds up recipes in place perfectly plus, its nice and compact for storage when not in use which I like because I have so many kitchen utensils and my cabinets and drawers are already busting at the seams.

Recipe Rock in use

The Recipe Rock is a perfect stocking stuffer for any bakers or cooks on your list or even for yourself!

Buy It!
The Recipe Rock is available at Crate & Barrel and at www.Breadtopia.com for $9.95!

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Architec Products is giving one lucky reader a Recipe Rock! To enter fill out the Rafflecopter form below. Ends 1/3.at 11:59PM EST.


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I received product for the purpose of this honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. This post was written by me and not edited by anyone.

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96 thoughts on “Holiday Joy Filled Gift Guide: Recipe Rock: The Perfect Recipe Holder for Printed or Magazine Recipes! Review + Giveaway”

  1. Leah Shumack says:

    I mostly use a cookbook!

  2. Hollie S says:

    I cook mainly from cookbooks

  3. Bonnigene says:

    I make cookies and some meals from cookbooks, but don’t really use other recipes. I would definately use this for baking in the winter.

  4. Ann Fudge Cluck says:

    I usually use recipes from friends. So, they can be on notecards or sheets of paper :)

  5. Tonya Dean says:

    Printed recipes the most.

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  6. kathy pease says:

    i mostly use recipes out of magazines

  7. cassandra (rab pom) says:

    I usually print my recipes from my computer.
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  8. Kat Emerick says:

    cook books and printed recipes. depends on the mood.

  9. Karen Gonyea says:

    Printed Recipes mostly.

  10. Joanna Apodaca says:

    Hope you all had a wonderful holiday and that you all have a wonderful and exciting new year! Thanks for the chance to win your giveaway :)

  11. Breanne says:

    Printed pages

  12. Donna K says:

    a cookbook

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