Spiked! American Craft Beer Winner

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First let me start off with a big ole my bad and an apology… The announcement of the Spiked! American Craft Beer Recipe Challenge winner was supposed to happen on Monday.  I blame Carrie’s brain still being stuck on  sand and saltwater! ;) She’s back from vacation now but I think part of her is still there.
So, without further adieu here are the Spiked! American Craft Beer Recipe Challenge runner-ups (in no particular order)…

Beer Cheese Soup from Cooking on the Front Burner

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All American Pub Apple Pie from Love in the Kitchen

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Blonde Fatale Pop Tarts from Cooking With Curls

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Craft Beer Cheese Fondue from A Night Owl Blog

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And the winner of the American Craft Beer Spiked! Recipe Challenge…

Beer and Pretzel Caramels from Je Suis Alimentageuse!!

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Congratulations, Lisa!!  What a sweet and tasty use of craft beer!  Julie and I will be in touch with you shortly to get you hooked up with your featured ad spots with me and with a gift card from Julie. :)

Carrie and I would love to thank each and every one of you who entered this month’s Spiked! Recipe Challenge.  We had 20 total American Craft Beer laced entries for our fourth ever challenge. I created a special Pinterest board for all of the Spiked! recipes, so please feel free to CLICK ON OVER and check them all out (and pin away while you are at it.)

And in case you missed Carrie’s and I’s Spiked! American Craft Beer Recipes…

Chipotle Bourbon Ale Burgers from Frugal Foodie Mama

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Slow Cooker Chicken Enchilada Rice Bowls from This Gal Cooks

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Carrie and I will be back again in September with an all new Spiked! Recipe Challenge!  We will announce that month’s libation of choice on the first of the month.
If you would like to see more information on the Spiked! Recipe Challenge, please click HERE to view the Spiked! page on Carrie’s blog.

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