{Review & Giveaway!} Cascade Platinum Party #2


With the weather getting cooler and the holidays coming up that means lots more holiday cooking. Pumpkin pies, pumpkin rolls, cookies and other holiday goodies. All that baking makes a mess and what better way to clean the mess up than with Cascade Platinum! Cascade has been around for over 40 years helping busy moms achieve cleaner dishes without all the scrubbing and hard work.


Cascade Platinum delivers the ultimate clean to your dishes; this premium product achieves a powerful clean that not even 24-hour old food can escape. This helps delivers a sparkling clean each time you wash your dishes. There’s no need for the pre-wash the platinum pacs work the best when food is stuck onto your dishes. If there’s nothing on your dishes the enzymes can’t attach to stuck on foods and won’t work hard enough to get your dishes sparkling clean. Don’t feel guilty about foods getting stuck in your dishwasher. Many people don’t know that your dishwasher has a garbage disposal at the bottom that works exactly like the one in your sink.

For my second party, it was a breakfast themed with lots of yummy (and messy!) foods that are sure to give my dishwasher a run using the powerful use of Cascade. There was an ultimate breakfast bar with goodies.

  • Pancakes
  • Sausage
  • Bacon
  • Waffles
  • French Toast
  • Cereals
  • Blueberry Muffins


I also made our favorite cupcakes and brownies. For my brownies, I left my pan to sit out for 24 hours and popped it in the dishwasher at the start of the party to show my guests the power of Cascade Platinum! The guests were amazed at the results Cascade Platinum achieves even on the messiest and stuck on messes. Breakfast is one of the busiest times of the day and also can be the messiest no matter what meal Cascade Platinum always comes out on top.

Helpful tips to keep your dishwasher working effectively:

  • Stack your dishes high and low but avoid bulky dishes that may block the sprayer
  • Place tall dishes and pans in the back on the bottom rack so they don’t block the detergent chamber
  • Place fragile items like glasses on the top rack to avoid damage from the sprayer
  • Set your dishes in between the tins so there are no spots
  • Use coffee mugs the thread long utensils to keep them from falling
  • Double check before you start your wash for any loose dishes
  • Place large dishes on the bottom rack face down to get all the gook off them


French Toast & Mimosa:

(Courtesy of The Food Network and Alton Brown)


1 cup of half & half
3 Large eggs
2 tablespoons of honey (warmed in the microwave for 20 seconds)
1/4 teaspoon of salt
8 Slices of day old or stale country loaf, brioche or Challah bread
4 tablespoon of butter


Prepare guest a refreshing Mimosa mix equal parts of champagne and orange juice and serve to your guest while they wait

Pre-Heat your over to 375

In a medium mixing bowl, whisk together the half and half, eggs, honey, and salt. When ready to cook pour mix into a pie pan

Dip bread into mixture allowing it to soak for 30 seconds on each side. Remove to a cooling rack that’s sitting in a sheet pan and wait 1-2 minutes.

Over a medium-low heat melt 1 tablespoon of butter in a 10-inch nonstick pan. Add two pieces of bread and cook until golden brown promptly 2-3 minutes on each side. Remove from pan and place in over for 5 minutes and repeat until all bread is cooked.

Top with maple syrup, whipped cream, fruit or powdered sugar.


Load all your messy dishes from your yummy French Toast into the dishwasher and let it clean all the mess off your dishes. You’ll be left with positively clean dishes. Have you had a chance to try Cascade Platinum yet? Leave your review at Cascade Clean with the hashtag #CascadeShinningReviews for a chance to win a prize pack and don’t forget to enter below for a second chance to win!

{The Giveaway!}

Now for the giveaway, one lucky reader will win this nice prize pack from Cascade including the following items:


1 pack of Cascade Platinum
1 Bottle of Cascade Rinse Aid
Wine Topper
Sugar Sifter

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