Sunday, October 20, 2013

Don Sabrosa's Sweet Mild Salsa Sponsor Spotlight Review

I know you have seen this company in several of my other events and because his Salsa is so awesome, I decided to have him in this new one also!  Yes, I have Don Sabrosa's Sweet Mild Salsa to 3 jars of his Original Sweet Salsa to give away!

It had some of my favorite fruits in it! Really, no kidding! It has blueberries and peaches mixed with honey, which is why it's called Sweet Mild Salsa! It is a very chunky salsa and no it is not sweetly sweet which you might think because of the honey, but honestly, I couldn't taste it.

I did not read the label when I first tried it so I didn't know about the peaches and blueberries either, so I was really surprised when I found that out because I would have never thought of those in salsa! So, this one is got an added bonus of helping you with your fruit intake if you don't eat them much, you will at least get it thru this Salsa, which makes it a very healthy and very Vegetarian!

Now, mind you, that Mike really likes his medium or hot but for a change, I got to have a salsa that I could enjoy! Usually, when Mike buys Salsa he gets it real hot or medium knowing I can't eat either of those, but I got him back this time! He did eat some and said it was good but he would prefer it to be hotter.

Well, I don't! It was perfect just the way it was. I am so glad that finally somebody recognizes that everybody don't like to have their mouths or bellies on fire!

Now, this is actually the bowl that I opened up and that is what they look like from the inside. I loved it because it meant I did not have to pour it into something and when I ate what I wanted, I just got a Ziploc bag and slide it right in there and sealed her up for the next time I wanted some chips and salsa!

Now, how easy is that? I guess you could use saran wrap or foil but I think it's easier to slide them into Ziploc bags because that way the wrap doesn't slide off or heaven forbid someone reaches for it and only grabs the foil and it slips right out of their hands onto my floor! I would prefer to have the bowls over the bottles any day for the convenience sake, because it is the same Salsa in the jars, I just like the idea of not dirtying up a bowl or spoon.

Lord, you should see the mess that Mike makes when he is getting something like this out of a jar and into a bowl. I hate going in the kitchen after him. It's like a disaster and then he leaves everything right there on the counter! The outside of the bowls look like this does. I like to show you the pictures so you know what to look for in the stores.
All of their products are:

**All Natural
**Fat Free
**Gluten Free
**Low Sodium
**Heart Healthy

They also have Gourmet Salsa that comes in hot and mild roasted garlic and black bean and corn. But I did not get those this time so we will talk more about those flavors another time. I just wanted those of you who like hotter Salsa to know that Don Sabrosa's does make it hotter and in a different flavor formats than the Sweet Mild.

Now, who do you think would need this really great Salsa filled with fruits and veggies that we really need in our daily lives?

Here's some examples of who might benefit from these Salsa's:

**The fact that our salsa is low in sodium, contains no fat and provides potential health benefits because of the contents, it can be enjoyed by everyone of every age - from toddlers to seniors. **Everyone who is trying to manage their sodium, sugar and fat intake and want to live healthier will benefit.
**Parents can relax when serving their children our salsa because the potential benefits are outweighed by the use of other items such as chips, and the can serve it with veggies instead of chips.

This is under the About Us section:
During 2008, Don Sabrosa was started in Cincinnati, OH, by Donny Parks. Donny has always enjoyed fresh, nutritious foods. As an avid salsa consumer, he was tired of the same watered down products that did not make him feel satisfied.  
He set out to create a fabulous product that is all natural, thick, chunky and made with fresh produce. His first creation was the Blueberries, Peaches, and Honey recipe (now called Sweet with Heat and Sweet with a little Heat). It was such a success that soon he was gaining the praise of one consumer after another.  
Deriving its name from the Spanish meaning, “Mr. Flavor”, Don Sabrosa set out to become the best salsa on the planet.
Connect with Don Sabrosa:

Call: 1-855-722-7672
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Don Sabrosa is giving the winner of my Mama's Got A New Look Giveaway Hop 3 jars of the Sweet Mild Salsa! The Event starts on January 15th and ends on the 29th. Open in the U.S. only. Good Luck Everyone!

Disclaimer: Mary Bearden personally reviewed these products. I did not receive any monetary compensation for my review, just a sample product. All opinions are mine and belong to me solely. My thoughts and opinions may differ from yours.


Jennifer Hiles said...

I've tried peaches in Salsa but never blueberries. Honestly I did not think I would like fruit in my salsa but I was wrong! Would love to try this.

Marti Tabora said...

I don't think I have ever tired any sweet salsa, I never really imagined a fruit and salsa combination, but I would definitely like to try it. Thanks.
Marti Tabora

Jennifer Hiles said...

I've had the pleasure of tasting this salsa before. Sadly, I did not get to eat very much of it because my family devoured it before I got the chance! I hear it's very tasty, haha.

Carol L. said...

I love that it comes in bowls. And I rarely eat Salsa because I don't like the hot and spicy taste. So this is a first for me seeing a sweet fruity salsa. Thanks for the thorough review as usual Mary.
Carol L
Lucky4750 (at) aol (dot) com

Danielle Royalegacy said...

I've had apple salsa before, and loved it. Blueberries and peaches, I know that this is for me!

Jennifer Hiles said...

I love the different varieties of these. We had some last year and my husband had them gone before I got to unpacking them!

charychild said...

I've never tried a sweet salsa before! It sounds so interesting, but what do you eat it with?

Marti Tabora said...

I really like that it's low in sodium and would love to try a sweet salsa. That would be something new for me. Thank you.
Marti Tabora