Tuesday, 18 June 2013

Giveaway #294 : Win a James Martin Hand Mixer - closed - winner Kara Cameron


I've just posted my review of the Wahl James Martin Hand Mixer that I've been putting through its paces in the Madhouse kitchen. It comes with dough hooks and whisks, as well as a DVD featuring James Martin making some lovely dishes using the product range.

I'm delighted to be able to offer a James Martin Hand Mixer to one lucky Madhouse Family Reviews reader.


UK only. Closing date : 2/7/13

T & C's : Entries close at midnight on the closing date. Winners will be selected with a random number generator and announced on facebook, twitter and in the giveaway post subject line. Please note, you will be contacted by email and/or twitter and if I haven't heard from you after a week, I'll have to pick another winner. Prizes will be sent out by the companies or their PR directly to winners.

270 comments:

  1. I'd make cupcakes first of all.

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  2. I left a comment on 'Wahl James Martin Hand Mixer review' post.

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  3. Mmmm a refreshing lemon cheesecake for the Summer!

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  4. going to attempt a lime & coconut cake today, this mixer would make it so much easier for me!

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  5. Commented under Book review : Annabel Karmel Quick & Easy Toddler Recipes

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  6. I would make a nice sponge cake and some cup cakes for my daughters to decorate x

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  7. My trademark super-squidgy ultra-dense choccie brownies - take a good 20mins of whisking!

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  8. I would make a cake for my husbands birthday!

    @ashlallan

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  9. i have added klout to blogging

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  10. i have commented on Bonds Confectionery have a new webstore

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  11. I'd use it to whip up a chocolate cake super quick.

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  12. I would make perfect pancakes!

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  13. I'd whisk up some Cranachan -simple but yummy.

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  14. A practice 1st birthday cake for my son!

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  15. Id whip the cream for icecream in my new ice cream maker

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  16. my twins bday is coming up and cakes are expensive so would love to give it a go x

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  17. I left a comment on the Cheeky Shoes review.

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  18. i'd use it for when i'm making my maltesers cupcakes

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  19. I'd use it to try and make meringues. I tried to make them with a normal whisk and they were disasterous.

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  20. I would make a lovely pavlova with fresh raspberries and plenty of cream!

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  21. A summery fruit syllabub!

    LAURA HARRIS

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  22. Whip up cream to make an Eton Mess

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  23. Commented on welcome back to the madhouse!

    LAURA HARRIS

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  24. I'd make all sorts of cakes!

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  25. I've been trying out different muffin recipes lately so I think I'd use for this.

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  26. Oaty banana mini muffins - they're amazing!

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  27. Butter cream icing for cupcakes

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  28. I would make lots of cup cakes

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  29. I would make a nice sponge cake

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  30. Lemon drizzle cake - this would make it so quick!

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  31. Pancakes later drizzled with maple syrup and the best layer cake you've ever tasted. No more hand mixing for me if I won

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  32. Whatever James tells me to make on his DVD!

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  34. Cake Mixture as I always have to do it :)

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  35. home made bread or some chocolate fudge cake for a treat

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  36. Been wanting to try and make my first Red Velvet Cupcakes so would have to be this!!!

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  37. I'd make Coffee and walnut cake

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  38. A Strawberry pavlova, it would make whisking up meringues a lot easier.

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  39. Angel delight. Simple but yummy.

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  40. Victoria Sponge :)

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  41. Millions of cupcakes for my Son's school.

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  42. something sweet like cupcakes or muffins

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  43. I would use it to make some cupcakes.

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  44. Muffins and cupcakes covered in butter cream of various flavours

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  45. Sponge cake with jam and butter icing yummy

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  46. some chocolate fudge cupcakes :)

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  47. I'd make a Victoria Sandwich

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  48. Commented on http://madhousefamilyreviews.blogspot.co.uk/2013/06/recipe-pesto-chicken-with-olives-cherry-tomatoes.html?showComment=1371735132304#c1600173993341232624

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  49. cakes, buns - all sorts of tasty treats!

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  50. lemon and raspberry cheesecake

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  51. A delicious Victoria sponge with fresh cream!

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  52. Gluten free Yorkshire puddings. The hand mixer will beat in much needed air.

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  53. I'd make a cake and cupcakes for my daughters second birthday!

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  54. Lemon drizzle cake or pancakes. Yum! Always wanted a hand mixer!

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  55. Cakes! My current cheap one is falling apart!

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  56. A birthday cake for my husband

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  57. I would make some pavlova with lots of cream

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  58. cupcakes! always cupcakes!

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  59. I'd use it to make fairy cakes, yum

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  60. I have commented on Action Medical Research's "Happy Birthday Paddington Bear" campaign

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  61. I'd probably mix up some chocolate chip cookies. :)

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  62. I'd make an apple and sultana cake. Very quick and easy to make and freezes really well, so I always make 3 or 4 at a time. Brilliant for when you have guests round.

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  63. my fiance's favorite cake :-)

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  64. Banana loaf, followed by choc chip cakes.

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  65. is whip cream for eaton mess

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  66. I commented on WeightWatchers Breakfast Biscuits review

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  67. I would make some cakes. My old one is starting to smell of burning and won't last much longer!

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  68. lemon meringe

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  69. meringues, would make it so much easier to whip the egg whites

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  70. Cake Victoria sandwich mmmm

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  71. I love baking for my boys, so cakes

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  72. meringues, my wrists aren't strong enough to whisk stiff peaks so this would come in handy

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  73. I've left a comment on the Launch of the Boredom-Busting Mission:Explore Virtual Summer Camp blog

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  74. This would bee great for so many things but especially meringues and my personal favourite - homemade banana loaf - gorgeous!

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  75. smoothing the butter icing for cupcakes

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  76. some brownie mix - served with ice cream for a summer treat xx

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  77. As boring as it might sound, I would make cupcakes... but not any kind, yummy fat muffin sized cupcakes with big whirly mint buttercream, a choc chip base and a mini flake sticking out the top to look like a '99 cupcake :0)

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  78. birthday cake for my mum :)

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  79. I'd make some chocolate cupcakes.

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  80. Commented on http://whereintheworldisjennywoodenmum.blogspot.co.uk/

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  81. id make a fluffy pavlova, it would be easy with this mixer :)

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  82. id make a lovely lemon meringue pie

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  83. ..............homemade soup

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  84. I would make cream to go in profiteroles!

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  85. I would like to make a Victoria sponge cake, just like my Mum used to make :)

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  86. I would bake a cake with the hand mixer.

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  87. i would make a chocolate birthday cake for my OH x

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  88. Some butterfly cakes.....which are exhausting doing it without a mixer!

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  89. The meringue for my lemon meringue pie :-)

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  90. I would make fairy cakes to start with

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  91. the perfect yorkshire pudds @mandsmanc

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  92. I'd have a go at making some fresh homemade bread!

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  93. To make some cupcakes & blend the mixture!

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  94. I dont have a food processor so 1st thing would definitely be an abundance of cakes!!!

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  95. Cake, cake, and more cake!:)

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  96. I would make a nice fresh cream Victoria Sponge :0)

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  97. Birthday cakes :)

    @kelandab

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  98. My favourite carrot cake to sell at work for the local hospice.

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  99. banana cupcakes with peanut butter icing

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  100. cheesecake nom nom nomity nom

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  101. A birthday cake for my son.

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  102. id give to mum and she'd bake cakes

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  103. A lovely batch of cupcakes :) x

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  104. Probably a nice lemon drizzle cake

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  105. all different kind of cakes as I have only just discovered my love for baking and I'm trying new recipes all the time.

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  106. it would have to be a cake. it would be rude not to!

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