Red, White, and Blueberry Yogurt Partfaits- No More Wasted Produce With Good Cook #ProFreshKeepers #Giveaway #goodcookcom #goodcookkitchenexprt

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Produce KeepersLooking for a way to store your unused produce?  Check out the Produce Keepers from Good Cook.  Store unused peppers, melons, tomatoes, grapefruit, lemons, bananas, and asparagus in these colorful produce keepers.  These shaped food storage containers are designed to represent the produce it stores and are easy to identify in the refrigerator.  But you don’t have to let the shapes restrict what you put in them.  I use the asparagus keeper to keep my fresh herbs, the melon keeper to keep fruit salad, fresh berries, and lots more.  If it fits, you can keep it in any Product Keeper.  Keep them crisp and fresh longer in these specialized, transparent lid containers.   I love that the lids are transparent so I can easily see what is inside.  They prevent contents from spoiling and smelling.

Here’s a recipe my 9 year old daughter came up with using our Produce Keepers.
It makes a great 4th of July or Memorial Day dessert.
Red White and Blueberry Parfaits

Vanilla Yogurt (about 1 cup per parfait)
Strawberries (about 4 per parfait)
Blueberries (about 1/2 cup parfait)
Raspberries (about 1/2 cup parfait)
Whipped Cream
Granola (about a 1/4 cup per parfait)
Sprinkles (optional topping)
Fresh mint (optional garnish)
parfait supplies
Wash berries and cut up strawberries
Fill cup with a few tablespoons of yogurt
Place strawberry pieces in a layer on top of yogurt
Layer with yogurt
Layer with blueberries
Layer with yogurt
Layer with raspberries
Layer with yogurt
Top with granola
Top with whipped cream
Garnish with more berries, sprinkles, and/or mint as desired
What is nice about this recipe is that everyone can enjoy their own personal creation.  girls parfaits

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Want to order your own Produce Keepers?
Here’s a special deal for my readers.  Get 25% off these produce Keepers as well as your entire order at with promo code: KEEPERS.  Plus if you purchase any produce Keeper, you will receive a FREE Banana Keeper. (Online offer only)
Offer valid through June 30, 2013.   When you get them make sure  do the baggie test.  Put half of a piece of produce in the keeper and the other half in a baggie.  See which stays fresh longer.  All of mine stayed fresh longer in my keepers!

Want to win your own Produce Keeper Set?  I’m giving away 4 sets to 4 lucky readers.
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DISCLOSURE- I received a set of Good Cook Produce Keepers as part of the Good Cook Blogger Program to facilitate my post.  I received no other compensation and the opinions are 100% my own.


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  1. Jennifer Rogers says:

    The Cantaloupe keeoer! We can nenevr eat a whole catnaloupe at one time.

  2. Vunda V says:

    the grapefruit keeper! i always have to store the second half

  3. I would like to try the citrus keeper.

  4. I like the one for asparagus

  5. Alana Vester says:

    I would like to try the one for tomatoes.

  6. heather eg kaufman says:

    tomato keeper would be my pick

  7. Maryann D. says:

    I really would like any of them, but the asparagus keeper would be terrific to have.

  8. Ashley S says:

    Tomato for sure!

  9. I’d use the banana the most.

  10. Paol Trenny says:

    I like to try the citrus keeper.

  11. Sarah L says:

    I’m always using half of a lemon so I’d use that one the most.
    Thanks for the contest.

  12. grapefruit keeper is my choice

  13. Linda Bradshaw says:

    I would like the one for asparagus. I like all of them though.

  14. Marcia Pasilas says:

    tomato is what I need

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