Cracking Christmas Giveaway: Day Two

Sunday, 2 December 2012



Onto Day Two and the prizes today are food based. 

A Nakd Celebration box, courtesy of Natural Balance Foods



And some of my rather good (even if I do say so myself) Christmas baking.

 


Yum!  One naughty, one nice, but they'll both be delicious.

Not only are Nakd bars amazingly healthy snacks, they actually manage to taste good too.  Trust me, I've tried out all sorts of low-cal snack bars and healthy options and these are about the only thing I go back and buy again and again.  This box has 18 of their very nicest things in it.


I can't promise at this stage exactly what the other half of the prize will be because it entirely depends how the baking mood takes me! But it will be good, I promise you that.

To enter, follow the instructions below:

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70 comments:

  1. 1st....what am I doing up so early on a Sunday???

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  2. er, I love a bit of Xmas pudding. Two reasons: 1.) The money that comes inside it (ye olde tradition passed on from my Gran) and 2.) BRANDY BUTTER.
    But that aside, my Christmassy sweet treat would be all the homemade truffles that people make around this time of the year :)

    emmaherself[at]gmail[dotcom]

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  3. Ooh, we have those nakd bars onboard our flights in the snack bar, they are very yummy trust me and seeing as we are not SUPPOSED to eat them, as they are for customers only, I would love to win some! However, your baking is more of a draw! Yum! Xx

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  4. My Mum's Christmas pudding is A-MA-ZING! I love it, she somehow always makes it so it's not dry but not sloppy, full of flavour (and booze) - it has to be with thick double cream though, heavenly! Mince pies are fab too though...

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  5. Baked goods, I love baked goods!

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  6. Those chocolate coins wrapped up in gold foil...they take me back to being a child!
    Z xx

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  7. I love christmas pudding!! I am also very partial to a good old fashioned christmas cake with yummy marzipan and icing!

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  8. I love stollen, especially if it has got lots of marzipan. It reminds me of when I lived in Germany

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  9. I love all things ginger, so would love to try the Ginger Bread Nakd bar.

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  10. Mince pies are my favourite too, I do like Christmas cake but not half as much xxx

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  11. I have to say brandy butter, which I then have to eat with mince pies as apparently it's not acceptable to eat a pot of it on it's own. Xmas pudding is yuk. x

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  12. christmas pudding @kikicomp

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  13. Christmas puddig yum yum

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  14. trifle!! we make a lovely home made one

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  15. I really like mince pies too.

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  16. Would also be mince pies but to have them warm with some brandy butter.

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  17. Chocolate yule log is the only one i like and can think of, im not a fan of festive sweet foods

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  18. I have never tried Nakd bars before but I would love to try them. The Cocoa orange one sounds nice.

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  19. This sounds great! I'm such a foodie so this giveaway is exactly the type of thing I would love! My mum makes a mean stollen - I wonder if you can do better? Xx

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  20. And stollen is of course my favourite christmas treat xx

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  21. All look yummy nice treats and christmas cake and any home made cakes my favourite!

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  23. Candy canes, sticky stripey and yummy

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  24. Yum! Trifle is my favourite Christmas goodie! xx

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  25. I love selection boxes, and those tubs of Celebrations (I just like chocolate really!) Not a fan of Christmas pudding at all!

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  26. Can't stand Christmas pudding or mince pies. My sweet treat is new York cheese cake

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  27. Ooh hate christmas pud :-( but i do like a nice warmed up mince pie with lashings of cream!!! and you cant beat a homemade trifle :-) f.harris bluemonkeyuk@yahoo.co.uk

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  28. I can't stand christmas pudding and you can't beat a mince pie with cream deffo my fave xmas treat!

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  29. Chocolate advent calendar, gotta love chocolate for breakfast!

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  30. Hot mince pies for sure, with brandy cream.

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  31. I can't cope with Christmas Pudding. I do love stollen and mince pies though!

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  32. I dont like Christmas pudding and usually have a mince pie and beer instead. My favourite is mince pies yum x

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  33. I don't like mince pies or Christmas pudding, but I do like chocolate (all varieties of course) and I do enjoy clementines at Christmas! xxx

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  34. Not tried Nakd bars yet but always up for trying healthy but yummy snacks! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  35. Looks like a very yummy give away.

    X x

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  36. i dont like christmas pudding the hubby and kids do but ill be getting something chocolatey in for moi!

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  37. Mince Pies (with Cream)

    Simon.

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  38. Mince pies all the way :)

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  39. It has to be chocolate yule log mmmmm

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  40. Triple chocolate gateux all the way, with lots of yummy double cream and whipped cream

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  41. me and my kids love chocolate cakes or a traditional trifle for us!

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  42. I really do like Christmas pud as long as it hasn't got nuts initial and with lashings of double cream.

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  43. I love xmas pudding. In fact I buy it in the post xmas sale to eat throughout the year

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  44. I love Christmas pudding with white sauce and lots of nutmeg. Better than Turkey easily.

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  45. xmas pudding yuk...immore of a savory person although my hubby always buys me some ferrero rocher for xmas as its my fav choccy.
    I also like yule log.Merry Xmas

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  46. I make a cracking Christmas pudding, I can't wait to tuck into it

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  47. I like brandy butter, on everything :)

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  48. I love Christmas pudding but only usually the first helping :)

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  49. I love M&S Lattice mince pies! The pastry is buttery and munchy and there's just enough rich but not too sweet filling. I don't have the sweetest tooth so most are too sweet for me, but these are perfick.

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  50. It has to be tree chocolate - there's something about them that is just better than the non-hung-up-wrapped-in-shiny-foil type.

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  51. Oh I love nakd bars! I hate most christmassy cakes, christmas cake, mince pies, christmas pudding = blergh! I love gingerbread though and lebkuchen. And chocolate logs too!

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  52. I love mince pies and I adore Christmas pudding! But only if its got my mums special white sauce on it - it's basically a brandy sauce with no brandy and a shed load of sugar in! Amazing! I'm going to try out some Christmas pudding cupcakes this year

    Jenni

    Bowsbanglesandbakes.blogspot.com

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  53. I love mince pies, but only in moderation! They seem to be everywhere at the minute and there is a real danger of eating 20 a day!

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  54. I do NOT like Christmas pud! I love Turron which is a Spanish thing, and also the ubiquitous big tins of chocolates :)

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  55. I don't mind a little bit of Xmas pud, but I looooove mince pies with clotted cream! Yum!!

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  56. Oh yes, mince pies for me too. Oooh I see Lucy likes Turron - I love it too - especially the choccy ones. xx

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  57. Christmas cookies. I'm not picky, they just have to be home-made and soft.

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  58. Christmas pudding is one of the few things I love about the season, but my fave sweet treat for this time of year (unsurprisingly) is German- Lebkuchen. I love the ones filled with apricot. SO TASTY. Rather fond of pannetonne and of candy canes too...

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  59. I hate mince pies, Christmas pudding and Christmas cake - I'm such a pudding Scrooge! I have discovered today that I actually like brandy sauce though - it's like custard but with alcohol, why did nobody tell me?! - so am considering that my festive dessert of choice might be some kind of strudel, with some brandy sauce. I'm baking biscotti for Christmas gifts and am going to double the recipe so I can hoard some for my own usage :)

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