Stubb’s Review & GIVEAWAY!

**PLEASE NOTE: While Stubb’s DID provide me with this product to review at no cost, I was not in any way paid for my review. The following opinion is hereby my own.**

I’m so pleased to be able to bring you another review and giveaway from the great folks at Stubb’s! If you’re interested in reading the last review I did for them, you can find it by CLICKING HERE!

Stubb’s Legendary Bar-B-Q, makers of all-natural barbecue sauces, marinades and rubs, adds a new category to its product line with the introduction of Stubb’s Cookin’ Sauces, made for creating flavorful, easy skillet and slow cooker meals.

Stubb’s Cookin’ Sauces (MSRP $3.99 – 4.99), in four varieties  including Bar-B-Q Slider, Chili FixinsTM, Hatch Chile and Smokehouse Bourbon, let consumers create quick, delicious dinners using their own fresh ingredients and adding Stubb’s bold sauce and spice packets to bring on the flavor.

Each packet is filled with premium ingredients, like those found in a gourmet kitchen cabinet, that are perfectly blended to offer a convenient, higher-quality alternative to heating up a pre-packaged or frozen meal. Like all Stubb’s offerings, Cookin’ Sauces are all natural, certified gluten-free and contain no artificial flavors, colorings or high fructose corn syrup.

“Stubb’s Cookin’ Sauces provide delicious, easy options for the growing number of people who want to make a home-cooked meal  but don’t have the time to create something that they’ll look forward to and really enjoy,” said Stubb’s Vice President of Sales Chris West. “We’ve made flavorful home-cooked meals easy enough for a busy weeknight and tasty enough to share with friends and family.”

Stubb’s products are available at all Walmart Supercenters, and this time, Stubb’s sent me three of their newest products, Cookin’ Sauces, to try out!

Bar-B-Q-slider1 Chili-Fixins Smokehouse-Bourbon

Each of these flavors can be prepared using a skillet on the stove or a slow cooker, which is great for convenience’s sake!

I started out trying the Smokehouse Bourbon flavor, and I decided to prepare it in skillet-on-the-stove fashion.

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