Bounty With Dawn Attacks Major Household Messes

Thursday, March 26, 2015
I love cooking with my kids. I think there are so many positive and educational lessons that can be taught in the kitchen. But those times we spend in the kitchen are not without their messes. For my kids, our time in the kitchen is like a big, messy mommy/daughter playdate. For me, our time in the kitchen is functional and fun. I want food as the outcome, and hey, if we have some fun, even better.

When I am spending time in the kitchen with my girls, I try to make it fun and lighthearted. I have a tendency to take things a little too seriously, so it's great to have them there to keep things fun and carefree. However, whether I am cooking alone or with them, I have one rule in the kitchen.

We clean as we go.

I despise a big mess at the end. Countertops full of mixing bowls, baking sheets, food, supplies, and the spills. Can someone please tell me how kids can manage to create so many spills and drips?

When I was invited to try out the new Bounty with Dawn, I practically screamed a resounding "YES!". This, people, is a game changer.

Bounty with Dawn is water activated. When water hits the paper towel, it activates the DAWN dish detergent built in. Bounty with Dawn is a specially designed 2-in-1 product that combines an ultra-durable Bounty paper towel with grease-fighting power of Dawn dish soap. These paper towels were made for me and my kids and our after school milkshakes.

Making milkshakes is an invitation for a major mess. We put Bounty with Dawn to the test. From the blender to the counter, Bounty with Dawn really "cleaned up".

Just as I had guessed...there was chocolate everywhere.

Bounty with Dawn cleaned up the thick, ooey, gooey chocolatey mess with just ONE paper towel. And the great thing about these particular towels is that you can re-use them. Simply run the dirty towel under warm water to rinse out the grease and dirt, and it's ready to go for round 2.

The big mess of chocolate was worth it in the end when you know you've put a smile on your child's face and a milkshake in her hand!


3 scoops chocolate ice cream
2 tbs. chocolate syrup
1 tbs. creamy peanut butter
1/24 - 1/2 cup milk
Whipped cream (optional)

1. Mix all ingredients except whipped cream in a blender.

2. Pour mixture in a glass or cup.

3. Top with whipped cream and some chocolate syrup. Enjoy!

This is a sponsored post for SheSpeaks/Bounty. All opinions are my own.

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