GIVEAWAY: 12-Pack of Nick’s Sticks Beef and Turkey Snacks ($40 Value)

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GIVEAWAY: Enter to Win a 12-Pack of Nick's Sticks Grass-Fed Beef & Free-Range Turkey Snacks ($40 Value) - DontMesswithMama.com


My kids used to always beg me to buy them beef sticks at the grocery store. The ones in the that are usually propped up near the checkout line at the grocery store. But after looking at the nutrition label I knew I just couldn’t let them eat it.

Why? I found a list of ingredients that I would NEVER want my kids to eat, like mechanically separated chicken, soy protein, hydrolyzed soy, sodium nitrate, corn syrup, and surprisingly… corn and wheat gluten. Yup, those beef sticks are not gluten free.

While I usually make my own healthy snacks for the kids, beef jerky and beef sticks just isn’t in my culinary repertoire.

And then I found Nick’s Sticks.

Nick’s Sticks

Nick’s Sticks are meat sticks made with just a few ingredients: 100% grass-fed beef OR 100% free-range turkey, Redmond’s Organic Seasoning Salt (sea salt and spices), lactic acid and celery juice. That’s it. They’re simple, yet so flavorful. And that’s no accident.

GIVEAWAY: Enter to Win a 12-Pack of Nick's Sticks Grass-Fed Beef & Free-Range Turkey Snacks ($40 Value) - DontMesswithMama.comNick Wallace of Nick’s Sticks is one of the founders Wallace Farms, a 100% grass-fed cattle farm in Keystone, Iowa. A former culinary school student, Nick developed the idea and recipe for Nick’s Sticks – an uncomplicated food that nourishes the body. 

Here’s what makes Nick’s Sticks the perfect snack:

  • Gluten free
  • No additives
  • No preservatives
  • No MSG
  • No antibiotics
  • No hormones
  • No fillers
  • No red dye #3 in the casings (nearly all traditional sticks use red #3 — yuck!)

GIVEAWAY: Enter to Win a 12-Pack of Nick's Sticks Grass-Fed Beef & Free-Range Turkey Snacks ($40 Value) - DontMesswithMama.com

Plus, they’re the perfect on-the-go snack. Pack them in lunches, eat before/after workouts, give to kids after sporting or extracurricular activities or munch on them whenever you can’t sit down for a meal.

Enter for a Chance to Win a 12-Pack of Nick’s Sticks

Want to try Nick’s Sticks for yourself? One lucky Don’t Mess with Mama reader will win a 12-pack of Nick’s Sticks (both 100% grass-fed beef and 100% free-range turkey snack sticks). Enter now through January 22, 2014.

There are 3 easy steps to enter:

Click the link below to visit Nicks Sticks. This is the mandatory entry.

Nick’s Sticks


2. Click the link in the Rafflecopter widget below for the mandatory entry.

3. Sign up for extra entries using Rafflecopter.

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NOTE: This contest is open to readers anywhere in the world who are 18 years or older.





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Comments

  1. Christine says:

    I don’t see where to register for a newsletter on the Nick’s Sticks site.

    • My apologies. There was an error on the Rafflecopter form. The mandatory entry is to visit the website using the link provided in the post. There are bonus entries for Facebook and Twitter. Please try again. Good luck!

  2. I am missing how to sign up for the newsletter. I click on the link but I don’t see anywhere to actually sign up for a newsletter on his site. Help please!

  3. Me too! I accidentally clicked the I’m signed up button – so I went to the site to find a place to sign up but can’t find one!

    • My apologies. There was an error on the Rafflecopter form. The mandatory entry is to visit the website using the link provided in the post. There are bonus entries for Facebook and Twitter. Please try again. Good luck!

  4. I’m missing something. I even went to the nick’s sticks website and can’t find the newsletter. It shouldn’t be this difficult.

    • My apologies. There was an error on the Rafflecopter form. The mandatory entry is to visit the website using the link provided in the post. There are bonus entries for Facebook and Twitter. Please try again. Good luck!

  5. I cannot find the newsletter sign up form.

    • My apologies. There was an error on the Rafflecopter form. The mandatory entry is to visit the website using the link provided in the post. There are bonus entries for Facebook and Twitter. Please try again. Good luck!

  6. Laurie Nykaza says:

    I’m glad I have found this amazing gluten free stick on your site, but I can’t find the newsletter sign up to enter?

  7. Same here not able to find a newsletter sign-up link???

    • My apologies. There was an error on the Rafflecopter form. The mandatory entry is to visit the website using the link provided in the post. There are bonus entries for Facebook and Twitter. Please try again. Good luck!

  8. You have a slim jim ad covering up step one to enter which may be the link otherwise, the article is unlinked and I don’t know how to get to the website to even figure out how to purchase them…..I like that they are grassfed and sans bad stuff, so I would like to buy for my husband

    • My apologies. There was an error on the Rafflecopter form. The mandatory entry is to visit the website using the link provided in the post. There are bonus entries for Facebook and Twitter. Please try again. And I’ll look into the ad – that’s strange. Good luck!

  9. There is no newsletter sign up available that I see on Nick’s Sticks or Wallace Farms. I liked them on facebook, hopefully that will suffice.

    • My apologies. There was an error on the Rafflecopter form. The mandatory entry is to visit the website using the link provided in the post. There are bonus entries for Facebook and Twitter. Please try again. Good luck!

  10. Georgette says:

    Hi Tracy, I cannot find the link to sign up for the newsletter. Help!

    • My apologies. There was an error on the Rafflecopter form. The mandatory entry is to visit the website using the link provided in the post. There are bonus entries for Facebook and Twitter. Please try again. Good luck!

  11. Seyma Shabbir says:

    I love that there are no red dyes. They look so yummy!

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