Monday, 17 March 2014

COMPETITION: win a hamper of Mornflake breakfast cereals

Have you heard about the Great British Porridge Challenge? You can read more about it on my previous post and submit your entry on their website or Facebook page. Your porridge recipe could win a gourmet experience at Simon Rimmer's restaurant, Earle. The closing date is March 6th.

And to help to spread the word about the competition,  the lovely people at Mornflake have given me this gorgeous hamper to give to one of you.

It contains

•         Mornflake Organic Porridge Oats
•         Mornflake Jumbo Oats
•         Mornflake Superfast Oats
•         Mornflake Extra Crispy Muesli
•         Mornflake Oatbran Granola and Muesli range
•         Mornflake china breakfast set and hessian bag
 
To get your hands on this, follow the simple steps in the Rafflecopter form below - and don't forget, if you say that you've commented,  followed or tweeted, you MUST actually do it or your entry won't count!
 
The competition  closes on March 16th and the winner's hamper will be sent direct from Mornflake.
 
 
a Rafflecopter giveaway

524 comments :

  1. Lovely prize thanks :) I like sugar but it's so bad for you! I've dropped it for cinnamon ;) Emma Chester

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  2. in season you can't beat strawberries, but the rest of the year, it's an unhealthy dollop of golden syrup

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  3. Put sliced bananas or strawberries on my normal cereals Andy Williams

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  4. Banana and raspberries.

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  5. I love to use berries - raspberries or blueberries.

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  6. Sliced bananas on cereal, Alpro soya yoghurt on my porridge

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  7. Sliced banana - really sets me up for the day.

    Hazel Rea - @beachrambler

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  8. The oatbran granola is awesome!

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  9. I don't have a topping. Tastes good without.

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  10. Blueberries or raisins

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  11. Banana and blueberries with a drizzle of honey - yummy

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  12. Honey or maple syrup, but it all depends on the mood and what I have in the kitchen, like fresh blueberries are also very nice, or pumpkin seeds

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  13. Either chopped banana or blueberries.

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  14. i love granola topped with soft fruits like banana or strawberrys with cream or milk

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  15. I like sultanas.

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  16. With my porridge Sunday treat Jersey Gold Top milk

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  17. i love cold milk on my sugar puffs

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  18. Our home grown soft fruits when in season, strawberries, blackcurrants and raspberries

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  19. Milk and sliced banana on cereal, and honey on porridge

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  20. Blueberries, do try to be healthy
    gertrude_gertree@hotmail.com

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  21. Banana

    PaulP@BeeRummie

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  22. A swirl of double cream. delicious

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  23. I do like a little sugar on my cereal, along with copiious amounts of milk, I have to add :)

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  24. Banana as always have them in the house.

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  25. Milk and a little sugar

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  26. Berries - raspberries or strawberries

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  27. bananas & strawberries.

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  28. My sister's home made mincemeat...a little bit of christmas

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  29. I like yogurt and honey on cereal, sometimes fruit!

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  30. Mostly just milk but occasionally add banana.

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  31. I don't top with anything - just add milk :-)

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  32. Rachael BarnardSunday, March 02, 2014

    dried apricot

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  33. I top my porridge with chopped banana - or if we have run out I stir through marmalade, it's lovely!

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  34. I loved stewed apple on mine

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  35. Yoghurt and whatever fruit is in season.

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  36. Blueberries, strawberries and apricot.

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  37. I love topping my cereal with almond milk and sometimes a tiny squeeze of honey!

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  38. I've always topped my breakfast cereal with sugar but occasionally I break into some bananas or strawberries.

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  39. I have to have sultanas in mine and golden syrup!

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  40. stewed fruit - especially apple

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  41. Fresh strawberries & greek yogurt...healthy as well as delicious!

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  42. I top my porridge with sunflower, pumpkin, sesame seeds and raisins.

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  43. I top my porridge with sunflower seeds.

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  44. I like to top my cereal with fat free yoghurt (eg Yeo valley 0% natural yoghurt) and chopped fruit. Strawberries if they are in season or bananas or apple if I can't get nice ripe strawberries.

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  45. fat free plain yoghurt and fresh strawberries if they are in season otherwise sliced banana

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  46. I quite like a handful eaten dry if I'm feeling peckish near bedtime.
    I feel tired and sluggish if I eat breakfast. I never have since I was an adult.
    Sylvia Robbins

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  47. I always have prunes on my breakfast porridge. I do love a prune!

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  48. Sliced banana & honey on top of my porridge

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  49. I would like to say a man ... but
    Jam and nuts would do

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  50. Andrea GoodheartSaturday, March 08, 2014

    Plain yoghurt and either grapes, strawberries or dates depending on what's in the larder!

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  51. fresh cold semi skimmed (!) milk!!!!
    @kohsamuirosie on twitter

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  52. Raisins and cinnamon in my porridge

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  53. I top my cereal with a sliced small banana, a few blueberries and yogurt

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  54. Nuts and more nuts and even more nuts ;)

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  55. Raspberries and/or strawberries

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  56. A light sprinkling of brown sugar

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  57. Stewed fruit and Greek yogurt with honey;

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  58. A small squeeze of golden syrup on weekdays at weekends when more time strawberries and banana on my porridge

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  59. Low fat Greek yoghurt and a drizzle of runny honey

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  60. Stewed apples or plums

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  61. Just soya milk - no additions!

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  62. lovely prize like milk on my cereal

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  63. I like to top with golden syrup

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  64. Blueberries for me

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  65. I am doing Slimming World so every night I weigh out 35g of oats and cover in fat free yogurt! Sometimes I add a few sultanas or cranberries and in the morning they have swollen - it is so yummy and filling too ! :)

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  66. my comment above is from Sarah Forrester - @fraugretel !

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  67. I love sultanas on the top

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  68. Red fruits - raspberries and strawberries

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  69. Sugar and milk !!!
    Not very healthy.
    Spencer Broadley
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  70. Milk & fruit my favourite is Banana

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  71. I like to eat them dry. If I was to choose though, I make a continental with some Yorkshire Blue cheese and maybe some Prosciutto with a slice of crusty home baked bread.

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  72. Blueberries and yoghurt x

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  73. Blueberries or strawberries, failing that, honey.

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  74. natural yoghurt and pumpkin seeds

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  75. When their in season strawberries or any fruit to be honest I like them all

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  76. bananas,sultanas or berries

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  77. Golden Syrup and banana

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  78. I like sugar but have had to swap it for Splenda now Im watching my weight.

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  79. Edward GuerreiroMonday, March 10, 2014

    Sugar, lots and lots of sugar :-)

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  80. depends what I am having, porridge would be honey, cereal is sugar usually. Really needs to change this I think

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  81. blueberries, bananas, or raisins

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  82. Just a sprinkle of sugar if it needs it :)

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  83. What a great prize, love porridge!

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  84. Sliced banana on cornflakes, yummy :-)

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  85. Catherine JonesMonday, March 10, 2014

    I top granola with soya yogurt & blueberries, I top porridge with honey & pumpkin seeds, both delicious!

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  86. milk and honey

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  87. strawberries and blueberries
    (kim neville)

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  88. If I'm having Granola I like to top it with Yogurt.

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  89. mmmmmm bananas
    from samantha price

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  90. I always add sliced fruit, preferably bananas and blueberries

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  91. Fresh fruit whether it be banana, apple, orange, grape, strawberries, melon would depend on what fresh fruit I have that day.

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  92. Just soya milk, I'm rather boring!

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  93. Sliced bananas and almond or soya milk.

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  94. strawberries or bananas

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  95. Yoghurt, seeds and dried fruit

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  96. Dried raisins, nuts and seeds :)

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  97. almond milk, bananas and blue berries :)

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  98. milk and sugar and strawberries

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  99. Raspberries and raisins

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  100. On my porridge it has to be brown sugar

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  101. i'm rather plain and just add milk. x

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  102. sliced strawberries

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  103. I have a large bowl of porridge with apple and cherry pieces on the top every morning.

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  104. I would like fresh strawberries

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  105. I'm a cream & honey girl! Its sweet as me!!

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  106. Greek yoghurt.

    @rachiegr

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  107. I like sultanas and sliced banana!

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  108. Milk and occasionally strawberries mmmm tasty xx

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  109. I like a tiny amount of sugar, but I usually just have milk
    Amanda Deacon

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  110. milk but ive been known to opt for honey

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