K-Cup® Pack Countertop Storage Drawer Giveaway!

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UPDATE: This giveaway is now closed.  The winner, chosen randomly, is Rachel Tilly who said: “My parents always give us PJs on Christmas Eve–this tradition has continued even though I’m a married adult–I love it!!” Congratulations, Rachel! Check your email for instructions on how to claim your prize! 🙂

Keurig Storage Case GiveawayChristmas is now less than one week away.  We are in full swing and I bet you are, too!  The hustle and bustle in your kitchen is probably enough to drive you crazy, searching for enough counter space to roll out those gingerbread cookies, organize your Christmas baskets, plus cook dinner for your family.

If you have a Keurig brewer, you might be in need of even more counter space to store your favorite K-Cup packs. Well, as a holiday wish to all of you, Keurig is offering one of my lucky readers with a K-Cup® Pack Countertop Storage Drawer (valued at $29.99)! This storage case has two independent drawers that hold a total of 24 K-Cup packs.  With its sleek and reversible design, you can place it on either side of your Keurig.  Plus, two drawers means room for creativity in how you organize your K-Cup packs.  Maybe you want to keep your favorites separate from your spouse’s?  How about a kid-friendly drawer and adults only?  Oh, the possibilities!

A little preview of tomorrow's giveaway post. #yourperfectcupI have this exact storage case and love it.  The drawers open very smoothly, it doesn’t take up much space at all while nestled up against my brewer and I love that it fits 24 K-Cup packs.  Maybe I’ll even get myself another one to rest on the other side of my machine and have 48 packs available to choose from at a time!  😉

Here are the simple rules on how to enter for your chance to win a K-Cup® Pack Countertop Storage Drawer:

  • To enter, please leave a comment on the post telling me your favorite holiday tradition.  Is it making cookies, traveling somewhere special, singing Christmas carols, sleeping under the tree?  I can’t wait to hear!
  • One entry per person, please.
  • Open to US residents only.
  • Contest will close Friday, December 21st at 9:00 PM EST.
  • Winner will be chosen by Random.org and announced at the top of this post.  Winner will also be notified by email.  If a response is not received within 1 week of being notified, a new winner will be chosen.
  • This giveaway is sponsored by Keurig and Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, Inc.

If you do not win this time, never fear!  This storage case is available for purchase with a 15% discount for Pennies on a Platter readers at greenmountaincoffee.com by using the keycode: CELEBRATE8166.   Better yet, this online code will get you 15% off anything storewide until December 31st!  YES!

Good luck, folks!  Back tomorrow with a breakfast recipe you’ll want to prep for Christmas day!  Ta-ta!

Disclosure: I am working with Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, Inc. to share my love of my Keurig brewer, K-Cup packs and accessories with products they supply to me each month.  However, my opinions are entirely my own and I have not been paid to publish positive comments.

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  1. Patches Sullivan says:

    At the age of 40, still getting hopped up on coffee, waiting for Santa with my night vision goggles-only to fall asleep before he comes in and eats the cookies…

  2. Virginia Rapavi says:

    favorite tradition is decorating the tree with my family

  3. My favorite holiday tradition is opening new jammie’s on Christmas Eve to wear for Christmas morning.

  4. I love taking our kids to visit Santa and all of the extra time we spend in the kitchen baking together.

  5. Jeanne ODonnell says:

    I love listening to Christmas music and baking!

  6. We are actually starting a new tradition this year with our boys, ages 5 and 2. It is a Christmas Eve movie box. You put in new pjs, a movie, popcorn, hot chocolate etc, wrap it like a present and have them open it on Christmas Eve and then enjoy the contents as a family. I got the idea from pinterest and I really love it!

  7. I Like decorating the tree with my children, and this year my 4 year old wrote some of her first Christmas cards, which was also nice.

  8. My favorite tradition is holiday baking

  9. Rebekah Flitcroft says:

    My favorite holiday traditions would be a hard tie between decorating the tree (I’m not a big decorator, but the tree is a must,and maybe the most fun I have all year!) and baking. I have 3 daughters who love to be in the kitchen with me. So we’re making some great memories! Yeah Christmas!!!

  10. My favorite Tradition is going to my Nana’s house on Christmas eve and helping her prepare teh meal.

  11. One of our favorite traditions is going to our best friends on Christmas Eve for dinner and gift wrapping.

  12. Mine is not so much a tradition, but I just love being able to spend as much time as possible with family. After all the presents are exchanged and opened we all just relax and enjoy the time together.

  13. My favorite tradition is baking cookies, going to my parents’ house on Christmas Eve to have our traditional Italian “7 fishes” dinner and then going to midnight mass 🙂

  14. My family spends Christmas Eve evening together watching movies. That’s def. my favorite!

  15. Since my brothers’ and my first Christmases, my parents have purchased a Hallmark ornament for us each year. We’re all grown, but they still get ornaments for us ( and for my husband). This year will be my son’s first Christmas, and now he has his first Hallmark ornament. The tradition continues!

  16. Favorite Christmas tradition is putting the star at the top of the tree… we have made a big deal about this since I was a little kid!

  17. I love baking cookies with my Grandma 🙂

  18. Finding and decorating our tree!

  19. My favorite tradition is decorating the tree with my son. He inevitably puts all of the decorations in one small spot, but I love it and it makes me giggle everytime I walk past the tree!

  20. Donna in SC says:

    I love getting together with all the children and grand children AND great grand children at my sister’s annual family Christmas get-together. The excitment in the eyes of the little ones is such a joy!

    If my entry is drawn to win this fantastic giveaway, please give the prize to the next person who signed in below me.
    Merry Christmas everyone!

  21. i love making cookies on christmas eve’s eve with my kiddos

  22. I love driving around with my family looking at Christmas lights while sipping on “girly coffee” and hot cocoa.

  23. Favorite Christmas tradition is going to my Aunt’s house for a big Christmas Eve dinner with the family

  24. When we’re home for Christmas morning, my sister and I still wake our parents up by jumping on the bed like we did when we were little, even though we’re both now adults. 🙂

  25. My family gets together on Christmas Eve every year, which I love. But for the last couple years, my brothers and spontaneously end up gathering at our parents’ house on Christmas Day. This unplanned gathering has become my favorite part of the holidays. We watch Christmas movies, munch on leftovers, and play board games, just like we did 15 years ago, when we all lived under one roof. I love it!

  26. My favorite tradition is making candy with my family. I think we eat more while making it than we actually “make”, but its good fun none the less.

  27. My favorite tradition is that my whole family gets together and orders Chinese food on Christmas Eve. We have been doing it since I was a little girl.

  28. Reading Christmas stories and singing happy birthday to Jesus. My Grandma always made an angle food cake and had a nativity scene on top. I am planning on making one this year to take to my in-laws. They may find it an odd tradition but I like being reminded of the reason for the season.

  29. I love putting my kids in new holiday themed pj’s.

  30. My favorite holiday tradition is planning the Christmas dinner menu with my sister!

  31. I love transforming the house with decorations…and baking cookies. 🙂

  32. My favorite Christmas tradition is that my mom never puts her presents under the tree until Christmas eve so that you get the whole surprise in the morning. Although this seemed silly as my sister and I got older, it is beautiful to see the grandkid’s wonder in the morning.

  33. Despite being much older now, my sister and I still make sure we don’t walk out to see the tree until we are both up and ready to go! I love it.

  34. Our Christmas tradition is to watch Miracle on 34th Street and Its a Wonderful Life .
    Our New Years Eve one is to have sherbet (lime and orange) and ginger ale, served in fancy glasses of course!

  35. christmas game night with my family in our pjs munching on our favorite cookies and treats!!

    love the keurig, just bought one and this would be fantastic!!

  36. I think my favorite holiday tradition has to be sitting down and watching both The Muppet Christmas Carol and National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation. Both are hilarious and are movies that really capture the two very different “spirits” of Christmas. Lots of fun and they take me back to my childhood!

  37. Heather Underwood says:

    Every year we pile into the car to go drive around the fancy neighborhoods and check out their holiday lights. Some are even synced to music that plays through your car radio.

  38. My parents always give us PJs on Christmas Eve–this tradition has continued even though I’m a married adult–I love it!!

  39. My parents always give us PJs on Christmas Eve 🙂

  40. My favorite Christmas tradition is an all-day baking session with my girlfriends every year.

  41. My favorite holiday tradition is making lot and lot of christmas cookies! My favorite are iced sugar cookies.

  42. My favorite tradition is watching the 24 hour marathon of A Christmas Story on TBS. We don’t watch all 24 hours, but the TV stays on TBS all night and day

  43. My favorite holiday tradition is going to pick out the christmas tree each year and trying to get it to fit in the car!

  44. My favorite tradition is decorating the house with christmas music blasting.

  45. All my children and their families come home on Christmas day, and we open present, eat, and have a fun day till late in the evening

  46. My favorite holiday tradition is playing the Christmas “pick” with our huge extended family. Its like a mix between bingo and dirty santa with literally hundreds of random presents that have been collected over the year. Its so fun and lasts for 4-5 hours on Christmas day.

  47. My favorite tradition is going to the tree farm to cut down our Christmas tree!

  48. After church in the morning, I cook a Puerto Rican feast for my husband and family in the evening. 🙂 It’s so much fun!

  49. Putting my late mother’s favorite ornaments on the tree and remembering how much she loved Christmas.

  50. The Christmas Eve service.

  51. Cooking, eating, sleeping and laughing

  52. Eating my grandfather’s homemade tortellini soup! This year will be extra special, since I helped him make them this time 🙂

  53. Lighting chanukah candles with my family is the best 🙂

  54. Our favorite tradition is driving through the lights at the botanical gardens and singing Christmas carols. 🙂 Oh and Polar Express night too!

  55. My favorite holiday tradition is watching Home Alone by my parents tree!

  56. I love the way our Christmas tree twinkles at night and that the twinkles are reflected off of our patio doors giving the illusion of millions of lights. I look forward to going home each night from Thanksgiving to Christmas to see them.

  57. I am 34 years old and my dad has read me The Night Before Christmas every single year. The only difference between now and then, is that I don’t sit on his lap!

  58. Leslie Ross says:

    I love putting the tree up and then being able to look at it all month! So beautiful and magical, even still as an adult!

  59. Every year I bake my gingerbread cookies-it wouldn’t be Christmas without them!

  60. Making Christmas cookies with my daughter!

  61. baking cookies, hands down. Oh and cuddles 🙂

  62. I just love having the family home for the holidays!

  63. My birthday is Christmas Eve so I love having a huge family Christmas/Birthday party every year!

  64. Every year at my church we put on this big Musical Christmas concert and invite people from all over our city to come. Since I am a member of our choir, I get to participate. Endless practices and many evenings are sacrificed in the hopes of bringing joy to many people and that makes it that much worth it and a great christmas memory.

  65. My siblings and I, now all in our 20s, still take a picture in our pajamas with our legs sticking through the stair railings! It is much more comical now that our legs get stuck!

  66. We always camp out together in the living room on Christmas Eve.

  67. Definitely decorating the tree with my girls.

  68. making cookies and buying presents is my favorite!

  69. My mother always made ambrosia a few days before Christmas. It came from her southern roots. It was a delicate salad of chopped oranges, pink grapefruit, diced apples, bananas, and bits of maraschino cherries with shredded coconut. Sometimes she put a tiny bit of sugar in it, but you really tasted the delicious fruit instead. Us kids picked the citrus from our backyard on sunny Southwestern December days. We were so excited to eat it. She cut tiny pieces of fruit with a large towel draped across her as she sat in the easy chair and watched television to pass the time. It was a labor of love. We ate is for breakfast, snacks, and dessert for most of the week. If we were lucky, there was enough left to accompany a grand breakfast on Christmas Day. Now that she is gone, I plan to make it for the first time. Each bite of ambrosia reminds me of her and how much she loved Christmas traditions with her family.

  70. Hi! My favorite Christmas tradition is being able to spend time with my family at home. Wrapping presents last minute on Christmas Eve, baking Christmas cookies, watching classic Christmas movies, etc. As long as I’m doing it with my family, I’m happy.

    Merry Christmas!

  71. My favorite holiday tradition is going to church on Christmas Eve and coming back home for soup and snacks with the family!

  72. My favorite tradition is cooking a big dinner with my family on Christmas!

  73. Christmas light tour with my family and my sister’s family. We always stop in the middle for donuts at Krispy Kreme and hot chocolate.

  74. Kelley Galyen says:

    Everything!!! I love it all!!

  75. Visiting Family!

  76. My favorite Christmas tradition is our special Christmas morning breakfast casserole after the kids have looked at what Santa has brought them.

  77. Making gingerbread house with the kids!

  78. My favorite tradition is our entire family getting together on Christmas Eve for the feast of the seven fishes! It is truly the most wonderful time of the year.

  79. My favorite tradition at Christmastime is spending time with family at all 3 parties we go to.

  80. My favorite Holiday tradition: I always do the entertaining and cooking for every Holiday, so mine would be just being with family and friends. Singing, laughing, playing games, eating and drinking.

  81. Carlina Orris says:

    I make a birthday cake on Christmas Eve. we sing happy birthday to Jesus Christmas morning, and we eat birthday cake for breakfast! Our kids love having cake for breakfast, and it helps them focus and remember Jesus’ birth.

  82. My favorite tradition is holiday baking


  84. I wish I had been better as a single(adoptive) mom about creating traditions for my children. But we do enjoy spending time together, taking our dogs on a long walk in the woods and opening a few gifts.

  85. I love Christmas Eve, staying up late, and listening to carolers. So magical!

  86. We deliver Christmas cookies to friends and neighbors.

  87. We started the tradition of Santa bringing new pajamas each Christmas. It’s nice to have something that isn’t so materialistic.

  88. My favorite tradition is the kids digging through their stockings on Christmas morning. They are more excited about Chapstick, toothbrushes and other little stuffers than they are the presents. My kids always get a calendar every year. They would be very disappointed if this tradition were to stop. And they are all adults now!!!!

  89. I love to watch the Grinch who Stole Christmas and make Scottish shortbread cut out cookies! Merry Christmas!

  90. Going to my parents for steak dinner.

  91. Dorothy Figg says:

    Our Christmas was always spent at my parents and in-laws homes. what a wonderful time when Santa came.Big family.Then came the year we lived too far away to go home, what to do with 3 kids, how do we make it special. We decided to make it fun all day by having them open 1 present each every hour. The day turned out wonderful. We missed our family but the fun we had with our children playing with their gifts and their anticipation through the day was wonderful. We have carried this tradition on for almost 35 years. Our children and grandchildren wouldn’t have it any other way.our children do it with their kids before they come to our house in the afternoon. They live close and are able to have Christmas morning at home then we have Christmas all together. What started as a way to fill hours without lots of family has brought us much joy and happiness.

  92. Watching christmas movies!

  93. My favorite tradition is going out to the woods as a family and cutting down a Christmas tree. Then we go out to lunch together because we have worked up quite the appetite tromping through the snow!

  94. My favorite Christmas tradition is a quiet morning with my spouse, eating some nice baked goods I’ve prepared ahead, and exchanging gifts.

  95. My favorite holiday tradition is going to our churches midnight services, lighting candles and singing “Silent Night”.

  96. My favorite tradition is attending Christmas Eve candlelight services at church ~ remembering the reason for the season. Thanks!

  97. I started the tradition of putting every ones name in a brown paper sack. After we have opened gifts at my house I draw a name out.
    That person or family become the proud owners of a Leg Lamp Night light (from The Christmas Story)for the year.

  98. My favorite tradition is making cookies and watching “The year without a Santa Claus”!!!!

  99. My favorite holiday tradition is driving around looking at all the lights

  100. Making cookies with my grandsons.

  101. My favorite tradition is our Sunday brunch with my in-laws. We all make something and get together to eat and watch the kids play with their toys.

  102. Our favorite tradition is to do a treasure hunt on Christmas morning with our two boys (now 15 & 18). They receive clues and have to search for their presents and read the Christmas story from the Bible as they search. It’s fantastic and they ask for every year!

  103. Having all my children and their families come home on Christmas Day,for presents, food, fun and good times all day

  104. This sounds silly, but my favorite part of Christmas for me is wrapping the gifts. I turn on the holiday music and wrap away!

  105. My favorite Christmas tradition is letting my kids pick out a recipe or two of Christmas goodies and then making them together. And then EATING them together!

  106. My kids are grown now, but when we are together on Christmas day, it’s always fun going back in time and remembering when they were young children and the expressions on their face when they saw what Santa had left for them. They were always thankful for a few surprises left that they had not asked Santa to bring.

  107. My favorite Christmas tradition is reminiscing over each ornament as I hang them on the tree. Some of the ornaments were hand made by our three sons and it brings back so many happy memories.

  108. My favorite is picking up and decorating trees with my family

  109. Baking while Christmas music plays

  110. I would have to say my favorite is baking while watching Hallmark movies:) I am such a sap.

  111. I love that my family would open gifts on the 24th of Christmas in the evening it was always so cozy and you could sleep in on Christmas morning!

  112. My favorite holiday tradition is having a large Christmas dinner at my mom and dads sharing all our favorite memories and playing cards.

  113. How does one pick one favorite tradition for such a wonderful time of year? I love make cinnamon rolls on Christmas morning, just like my mother did! One tradition I hope my children carry on as well…

  114. Cooking all of our traditional goodies and trying a new recipe or two every year. I like to stretch the cooking out from before to Christmas to Twelfth Night (Jan. 6).

  115. Joneil Galey says:

    My favorite traditions are baking cookies for gifts and spending a couple of days with my family including my parents, siblins, nieces and nephews, grandparents, aunts, uncles, and cousins – the whole gang.

  116. We love to have some drinks and play silly board games, laughing at the antics of everyone.

  117. Our Families favorite traditions happen on Christmas eve. We always eat tamale’s and beans. Then into our PJ’s and snuggle up to watch the Polar Express with hot chocolate and cookies. Then into the car to drive around looking at Christmas lights. When everyone is good and sleepy it is home to get into bed and wait for Santa to arrive.

  118. my favorite holiday tradition is going out to a nice dinner and driving around looking at all the lights on christmas eve!

  119. making and decorating gingerbread houses…and sipping Green Mountain coffee of course!

  120. Laura Ruesch says:

    My favorite tradition is baking a ton of christmas cookies with my mom.

  121. For the past 4 years our tradition had been making cinnamon rolls and watching Polar Express.

  122. I love to bake Christmas cookies with my family.

  123. My favorite Christmas tradition is to read the Christmas story in the Bible on Christmas Eve with my family.

  124. My favorite holiday tradition is playing board games and eating appetizers in our pajamas on Christmas!

  125. My favorite tradition is a Christmas Eve Italian dinner with a big pan of my Nana’s lasagna, garlic bread, and Caesar salad. Followed by driving around listening to Christmas music and looking at Christmas lights. My sister and I had a tradition of yelling ” I see Christmas lights!” If you were the first to see them! Then we could open one gift before bed ( which was usually a new robe, slippers, or pjs)!

  126. My favorite tradition is making rollout sugar cookies with my hubby and kids. We watch 24 hours of A Christmas Story while we bake and decorate for hours!! 🙂

  127. My favorite holiday tradition is going to church on Christmas Eve and signing Silent Night while the lights are all off and everyone is holding a candle. It takes me back to when I was little.

  128. Carol in E TN says:

    Remembering Jesus’ birth and sugar cookies! Thanks for the giveaway.

  129. No matter where we might be , my favorite family holiday tradition is being with family. We always make a way to be together!

  130. My favorite holiday tradition is our annual candlelit Christmas Eve service at church. Absolutely beautiful!

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