I wanted to kick off November with a give away that encapsulates the spirit of Thanksgiving, family, fun and food. The Croods is a movie that hits all four of these notes beautifully, in a humorous and adorable fashion (and not just because there are cute kitties in the film).
High level plot summary: It’s a family road trip – pre-historic style! This adorable comedy has a strong father figure who loves his family and wants to protect them, and it means having to move to a new location. Trials and tribulations ensue, while we see a strong father/daughter bonding occur (which is what I really love about this film, it’s so sweet!).
I also like how we see up close and personal the low carb, paleo lifestyle led by the family in their foray for food.
Lots of suuuuper cute animals and imaginative scenery make this movie bright, colorful and (I’m not just saying this, I swear) fun for the whole family. I walked in to this movie a tad skeptical, and left a fan. And I’m credited in this movie, so I’m even more critical than the average fan.
Therefore, I’m giving away a copy of The Croods, the Blu-ray / DVD + Digital Copy version.
Click here to enter The Croods DVD Blu Ray giveaway
I love green bean casserole! Gonna have to try And keto it up this year!
i love the sweet potatoes!
Candied yams are my favorite, too! Did you see my low carb sweet potato substitute recipe I just posted, Becky? It tasted close enough that I had three helpings =X
Birdie Skolfield says
my fav is my Cranberry/Orange relish
Will G says
I’m baking a low carb pumpkin pie right now! I licked the mixing bowl clean. NO SHAME.
Gotta be the green bean casserole!
See, I never grew up with the green bean casserole. Are you a fan of the one that uses cream of mushroom soup and fried onions?
Cranberry sauce is where it’s at
LOVE Cranberry Sauce. Just picked up a pack of cranberries to work on a low carb cranberry sauce recipe to post next week!
Jill McHale says
My favorite side dish is green bean casserole!
What is your favorite part of the green bean casserole? Is it the creaminess? The toppings?