Online Recipe Tool Begins Search for Top Sugary Treats

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Summer is over, but your beach body doesn't have to be. Unhealthy fall sweets can be better identified and avoided with the help of Kitchenbug's fun contest - "Sugar Rush."

"The fall season is a time when comfort food reappears on our tables, and many of our favorite foods you'd be surprised to learn just how much sugar they contain," says Ofir Shahar, Kitchenbug CEO. "This contest is a fun way to identify and avoid the main culprits of seasonal sugar overload."

Kitchenbug, an online recipe tool, is helping consumers maintain their hard-earned summer figures by inviting them to find and share recipes that contain unnecessary amounts of sugar.

Using the unique Kitchenbug Clipper and website, users will collect their sweet recipes into an online recipe box for a chance to win a KitchenAid mixer.

Kitchenbug's unique technology instantly analyzes nutritional and dietary information for any recipe from any website. Using simple icons and labels, it's easy to see which recipes are bikini friendly, or not.

Join the "Sugar Rush"
Compete to win a KitchenAid Artisan Series 5-Quart Tilt-Head Stand Mixer - it's easy as pie!

Sign up and create a Kitchenbug account.

Explore decadent recipes online using the Kitchenbug Clipper, or add personal favorites, and collect them to a recipe box entitled "Sugar Rush" on or before September 30, 2014.

The user that collects the recipe with the most sugar per 100 grams will be deemed the winner and claim sweet victory.

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