Sunday, March 29, 2015

QuickTemp™ Digital Thermometer Review + Giveaway - ends 3/30!


It looks like Spring has finally sprung and I am ready to spend some quality time on my patio grilling and enjoying the spring and summer months! I love grilling, but am never really sure when my meat is cooked thoroughly. That's why I was excited to try the QuickTemp Digital Thermometer.

The QuickTemp Digitial Thermometer gives you a temperature reading in 3-5 seconds the sharp top on the end is easy to push into food. There's a HOLD feature that allows you to close the oven door to see the temperature without losing all the heat. Now you can know for sure that your meatloaf is done all the way through without having to slice it up! Also, this thermometer is going to be my new best friend once the holidays roll around and it's time to make all that candy!

You can use this thermometer for baby  food, formula and for so many other food preparations! I am truly excited about knowing for sure that my grilled meats are thoroughly cooked inside. I will not miss the time I spend putting food back on the grill! I love that this convenient piece of technology folds right up so you won't poke yourself looking for it in the drawer. As soon as you fold the probe all the way down, it powers off so no worry about your triple AAA batteries draining away while it lays idle.  

You can find the QuickTemp Digital Termometer on Amazon. It is worth every penny in my opinion!  

The gracious folks at QuickTemp have agreed to send one of my readers this same thermometer!  Simply enter using GiveawayTools below, US only and good luck!  


Disclosure:  I was provided this product and/or compensation in exchange for my honest opinion and to facilitate my review, however my opinion remains my own. This giveaway is in no way associated with any form of social media including Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest or Instagram.  Void where prohibited by law.  Sponsor is responsible for prize shipment.
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22 comments:

  1. One thing I bake that requires a thermometer is bread. Checking the temp of the bread helps avoid "doughy" loaves.
    Mary Beth Elderton

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  2. I would have to say beef roast is a definite. My husband ALWAYS insists that it be rare and has a fit if it isn't to his liking. This would help make for a happy household... :-)

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  3. Chicken and especially on the BBQ

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  4. Chicken, you should always test it!

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  5. We do a lot of candy. Peanut Brittle is probably my favorite. We also do a lot of grilling and would love to have a thermometer to check the meats.

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  6. I would say turkey. Love making turkey breast.

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  7. Yorkshire Pudding! You MUST have the meat at a certain temp!

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  8. This looks like a great digital meat thermometer. Great review Monica, thanks for sharing. :)

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  9. I really need one of these. I am always wondering if my meat is cooked good enough and this looks like an accurate and fast way to find out.

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  10. I am always worried about my chicken or my roasts and cutting into them destroys it so I would love to have one of these thermometers.

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  11. I use the thermometer with a turkey and standing rib roast Rosanne rosans4@comcast.net

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  12. I would use this thermometer when baking turkeys.

    abfantom at yahoo dot com

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  13. When I bake bread, I use a thermometer to check the temperature of the water for the yeast.

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  14. I like to make fudge a lot. Currently making maple fudge. This would come in really handy.

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  15. I need a thermometer when I make chicken, which I do frequently.

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  16. The digital meat thermometer would be great to check honey smoked ham and turkey during the holidays.

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  17. We are having a turkey for Easter, and it would be great to have a good thermometer for that. Currently we just use the little pop up timer in the bird. Not sure if that is really accurate though.

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  18. I love cooking turkey and using one

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  19. My favorite food to use a thermometer is my baked barbecue chicken.
    Laurie Emerson
    lauraemerson17 at yahoo dot com

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  20. This would be great for my favorite, meat loaf.

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