Monday, 2 July 2012

Win a copy of Marshmallow Madness!


I recently reviewed a copy of this exciting new book - Marshmallow Madness! by Shauna Sever which is all about making your own marshmallows which you can read here. It's a great little book especially if you want to try making marshmallows at home.  I'm very pleased to announce that I have a copy to giveaway to 1 lucky reader.

To enter:
1. Complete the rafflecopter form below to confirm your entries made via blog comment, twitter, facebook, etc.
2. You must be a resident of UK to enter this giveaway as I'm paying for the postage cost (apologies to my international readers!)
3. The book is provided by Publishers Group UK.
4. The winner will be picked by Rafflecopter at random and will be contacted by email and/or twitter. 
5. Closing date is 30th July 2012.
6. You have EIGHT chances to enter to win this prize. All entries will be verified - no cheating!

If it's your first time using Rafflecopter or you need a refresher, click here to watch a short video on how Rafflecopter works. 


GOOD LUCK!


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57 comments:

  1. I think I would like to try making Raspberry flavour marshmallows, I think - my favourite in packs of marshmallows!

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  2. Ooh lovely, thanks for bringing us the giveaway! I would love to try making my own marshmallows, I've always been too scared until now but I think the time is approaching!

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    1. It's really fun and easy to make!

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  3. I really want to try making boozy marshmellows, like maybe a jack daniels one...no? only me?

    Nom! x

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    1. LOL don't think it's just you - there's a happy hour chapter in the book for boozy marshmallows!

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  4. I really want to make strawberry marshmallows, strawberry is my favourite fruit in the world and when they're in season I think I personally keep some of my local supermarkets running by buying so many!

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    1. I love strawberries and I buy them in abundance too especially when they are in season :)

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  5. is 'pink' a flavour....? love the book!... it will be mine!

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    1. I love pink and I think it should be a flavour on it's own. Good luck!

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  6. Marshmallows are my boyfriends favourite sweet so I'd make whatever he asked me to try

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  7. @sweetfannyadams2 July 2012 19:14

    I love making marshmallows. So far I've made raspberry ones and ones flavoured with orange flower water. I'd love to experiment with lavender, rose and violet.

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    1. All of them sound interesting. I will definitely be making more of my own now that I have this book.

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    1. That's a lovely, unusual flavour!

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  9. I think a 'real' vanilla or rhubarb (or a combination of both!) would be lovely

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  10. the flavours of my fav cocktails: vesper martini, mojito and manhattan. I want me that book!

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  11. geranium flavour sounds different

    Angela

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  12. I love cardomon at the moment so I would make vanilla and cardomon marshmallows, I think they would be yum on hot chocolate!

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    1. I think it would go very well with hot chocolate - yum!

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  13. I think caramel and chocolate swirl would make a good marshmallow flavour.

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  14. I'd really like to try a Speculoos flavoured marshmallow, or maybe peanut flavour. Mmmmmm

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    1. ooh sounds delicious! love peanut butter :)

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  15. I'm thinking a fruity flavoured one, dipped in chocolate might be what in order!..

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    1. Ooh sounds lovely! strawberry and chocolate :)

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  16. I'd like to make caramel flavoured marshmallows

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  17. Hi! My Sweet Party - July with theme My Favourite Pie is now open for submission and I'd love you to join again! In the next few days I'll feature my top three favourite recipes from My Sweet Party - June. Make sure to stop by to se if your contribution is one of my favourites:-)

    XXX

    Johanna

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    1. Hi Johanna

      Thanks for the invite, I'll try my best but probably won't manage this month as I'm away for most of it but will be back next month! X

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  18. I think cherry pie flavour would be amazing!

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    1. That sounds interesting! Great choice!

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  19. GREAT give-away, Ros! And thanks for introducing that Rafflecopter thingy. I've never seen it before. Good Luck to ALL!!!

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    1. Thanks Louise! This is my first time using rafflecopter and it's great.

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  20. buaahhhhhhhh! I cant participate!

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    1. I'm sorry Gloria - I had to limit it to UK only due to postage and packaging costs. Will try to have other international giveaways if I can!

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  21. Raspberry covered in white chocolate :)

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  22. almond - not sure it would work but I'm a lover of marzipan!

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    1. I don't see why it wouldn't work! :)

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  23. Strawberry and cream flavour I think

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  24. I asked my 3 and a half year old little girl and she said "pineapple and orange mummy!". Euck. But that's her answer..lol x

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  25. mmmmmmm I think I would love to try peanut & jelly flavour :D:D:D

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  26. Irn Bru flavour! I think it would work well with mallows!!

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  27. Irn Bru flavour - I think that would work well with mallows!

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