Wednesday, 19 November 2014

Figgy's Christmas pudding giveaway (12 days of Christmas) c/d 4 December 2014

Christmas is just 35 days away. Have you started your Christmas shopping? Or are you one of those wonderfully-organised people who've done all their gifts-shopping already? So far I've got a few stocking fillers and a couple of advent calendars for my boys, but nothing major.
Do you enjoy entering Advent competitions? They always put me in a festive mood. Today I'm starting a series of foodie giveaways for my blog readers, and hope you will enjoy entering them.
Each day a new prize will be revealed, and each giveaway will run until 4 December 2014.

To celebrate the first day of my giveaway spree, I am delighted to offer a super prize for my lovely blog readers - a medium sized Figgy's Christmas pudding (I have reviewed it recently, read my review to find out how we rated it  - Figgy's Christmas Pudding).



This delicious pudding is made with such ingredients as Californian raisins, sultanas, breadcrumbs, carrots, vegetable suet, Demerara, golden syrup, free range egg, Hanlons Port Stout, English Bramley apples, 10-year-old Somerset Cider Brandy, glace cherries, ground almonds, orange juice, lemon juice, mixed peel, zest, spices and more.

Now you have a chance to win one just in time for Christmas. And if you can't wait, you can buy one at Figgy's.
To be in with a chance of winning, please fill in a Rafflecopter gadget.

T&Cs:
Only the first step is mandatory: all you need is answer the question by leaving a comment (if you login as Anonymous, please leave you Twitter name or Facebook name, so that I could identify you, I do not suggest leaving the email address in the comment)
All the other steps are optional, you don't have to do them all. All it takes to win is just one entry. 
Only one entry per person is allowed (however, you can tweet daily to increase your chances). 
The giveaway is open to the UK residents only. Once the Rafflecopter picks the winners, I will check if they have done what was requested. I will contact the winners, if they do not reply within 7 days, the prize will be allocated to another person. I will pass on the winner's details to Figgy's who will dispatch the prizes. Please note - due to the nature of the prize, it will have to be dispatched in good time before Christmas, hence the shorter time limit for getting back to me. 
The giveaway ends on 4 December 2014 midnight (night from the 3rd to the 4th).




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167 comments:

  1. I love Christmas pudding!

    Ashleigh

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  2. got to be christmas pudding & cream

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  3. I love warm mince pies with boozy cream!

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  4. Sherry Trifle (and lots of it!!)

    twitter - @stevieY
    FB - Stevie Young

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  5. My mum always makes a trifle EVERY Christmas with jelly, homemade custard and fresh whipped cream, oh and sprinkles on the top!! I just love it!

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  6. Christmas pud with brandy sauce

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  7. I love a slice of christmas cake

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  8. Mince Pies with Brandy Butter are possibly the best things ever!

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  9. Christmas pudding

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  10. i love mince pies with clotted cream yummy

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  11. we have a yummy strawberry trifle on Christmas day

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  12. Christmas pudding with lots of cream

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  13. Believe it or not Home made Figgy Pudding we have it every year and love it

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  14. christmas pudding and brandy butter

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  15. David Paterson dgrp@live.co.uk20 November 2014 at 15:02

    Christmas pudding

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  16. My Mom's Canadian Christmas pudding with a rum sauce

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  17. My favourite is Christmas Pudding with brandy sauce

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  18. After Christmas dinner I have to be traditional and its Christmas pudding with cream but I also love home made meringues sandwiched together with whipped cream on Boxing Day

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  19. Love all sorts of desserts but on Christmas Day it has to be Christmas pudding

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  20. Don't like Christmas pudding so I make a Raspberry Pavlova

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  21. I love mince pies especially warmed with a drizzle of cream

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  22. I do like Christmas puddding but I always associate it with my Mums sherry trifle which I now make for Christmas Day

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  23. My Chocolate Mousse Roulade Yule Log :)

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  24. Definitely Christmas Pudding and double cream!

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  25. Trifle, as tasty and lighter than some other Christmas puddings. Love fruit, whilst it is delicious and nutritious :- Providing some vitamin C etc.

    Rachel Craig

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  26. Don't think I've tried "figgy" pudding.

    Rachel Craig

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  27. Christmas pudding with custard!

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  28. Mince pies and brandy cream

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  29. chocolate log with brandy cream

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  30. Christmas pudding pudding and brandy butter!

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  31. Christmas pudding with fresh cream ♥

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  32. It has to be Christmas Pudding :)

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  33. Christmas pud with brandy cream.

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  34. Trifle, its generally easier with all the kiddys. I do miss my christmas pudding though

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  35. My fave has to be Trifle and I also love Mince Pies, (homemade of course)
    Havent had Christmas Pudding in a long time!

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  36. chocolate bomb with thick cream on the side !!! :)

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  37. Black Forest Gateau

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  38. Christmas pudding with Brandy Butter!! :-)

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  39. Stollen, might try to make it this year.

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  40. funny how your taste buds change, when younger i hated christmas pud, now i adore them and mince pies x

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  41. A really traditional sherry trifle with lashings of cream!

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  42. My homemade Christmas Cake! Yum xxx

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  43. homemade Christmas Cake for me, although this year I've made my own Christmas puds for the first time

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  44. Definitely trifle, but only the kind my mum makes.

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  45. black forest gateux

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  46. Fresh Mince pies with clotted cream! x

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  47. Christmas pudding with lashings of warm custard

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  48. Christmas pudding!

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  49. Black Forest Gateaux! Reminds me of Christmas living in Germany.

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  50. Christmas Pudding with Brandy Butter

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  51. I've always liked cookies and candy canes. But I've discovered the joy of Christmas pudding, mince pies, and Christmas cake since moving to the UK.

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  52. Warm chocolate fudge pudding and cream!

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  53. Sticky Toffee Pudding & Double Cream

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  54. Mince Pies with Brandy Cream

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  55. Raspberry Roulade and fresh cream :)

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  56. Christmas pudding with brandy butter

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  57. mince pies and brandy butter

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  58. chocolate log

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  59. Properly brandy soaked christmas cake, with a good layer of marzipan!

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  60. Christmas pud of course - love it :)

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  61. Christmas pudding with rum sauce

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  62. Christmas pudding

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  63. Christmas pudding and brandy sauce

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  64. Christmas Pudding & brandy sauce
    dorothy cavender

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  65. Sherry trifle

    @jaizduck

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  66. Mince pies

    trevor linvell

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  67. My fave Christmas dessert for Christmas lunch is hot, steamy Christmas pudding - but only if it is served with lashings of double cream.

    If I have any room left to eat later in the day, it has to be homemade, old-fashioned sherry trifle.

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  68. home made Christmas pudding with Brandy butter and fresh cream

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  69. Hot mince pies with brandy whipped cream x

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  70. Christmas pudding with white sauce or beautiful creamy custard.

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  71. christmas puddi g

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  72. christmas pudding , cream and brandy butter

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  73. Christmas pudding and custard - coment by amanda richardson

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  74. Christmas Pudding with Brandy Sauce

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