Saturday, 18 June 2016

Giveaway #569 : Win one of 5 tins of Lyle's Black Treacle - closed - winners Maya Russell, Kim Plant, Ben Audsley, Anthea Holloway, Adrian Bold


Summer is in the air and this can only mean one thing – BBQ season! To celebrate, Lyle’s Black Treacle has launched its limited edition Sticky Summer BBQ limited edition Black Treacle tin - available exclusively until July 2016.

Nothing says summer quite like the smoky-sweet flavour of a classic BBQ. Black treacle is perfect in summer for BBQ glazes, marinades and sauces, adding a distinctively dark colour, delicious burnt caramel flavour and moisture to summer dishes.

When Lyle's sent me through a tin and asked me to try it in a selection of dishes, I wasn't sure where to begin because it was an ingredient I'd never really experimented with, thinking it would overpower anything I added it to. It's been a revelation though, and I've used it in several recipes already, including Satay Chicken, spicy black treacle-marinated salmon and black treacle-glazed courgette bruschetta, all of which came out tasting so much better than I expected !

Lyle's have offered to send a tin of their black treacle to five lucky Madhouse Family Reviews readers. Fill in your entries in the Rafflecopter widget below.




UK only. Closing date : 2/7/16

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 28 days, I'll have to pick another winner. Prizes will be sent out by the companies or their PR directly to winners. Madhouse Family Reviews cannot be held responsible for any prizes that go astray !

You may also like to enter my other giveaways :

Giveaway #564 : Win a £25 voucher for the Nickelodeon Leicester Square Store - closing date 21/6


106 comments:

  1. Spencer Broadley19 June 2016 at 05:03

    Normally when making flapjacks

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  2. Margaret Clarkson
    Ginger Parkin

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  3. A good old fashioned gingerbread

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  4. For flapjacks.

    @NickHopkins1234

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  5. I love Satay Chicken, so I'd be giving that a go!

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  6. Mary Berry's wonderful sticky gingerbread

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  7. Paula Readings19 June 2016 at 12:05

    Treacle tart

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  8. For Gingerbread mum's recipe

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  9. I would use for gingerbread or flapjacks. When I was young we used to have black treacle sandwiches!

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  10. I would add some when making banana cakes to make it even tastier

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  11. I love making treacle soda bread which my mum taught me to make
    We like treacle toffee too
    It's great added to gravy too for a sweeter taste

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  12. I love making treacle soda bread which my mum taught me to make
    We like treacle toffee too
    It's great added to gravy too for a sweeter taste

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  13. American Ginger Cookies

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  14. I would use it on Ribs on the BBQ

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  15. I would make our favourite, treacle tart.

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  16. Gingerbread, perhaps my Grandma's recipe xx

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  17. Perhaps for flapjacks yes!

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  18. I would save it for when I make Parkin :)

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  19. I would use it in ginger cake

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  20. I would also make gingerbread, a very useful thing to have in the kitchen.

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  21. I use it to make a ginger cake.

    glenka@hotmail.co.uk

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  22. all entered - what a fantastic competition

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  23. My mother's sticky gingerbread

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  24. I'd love to use it in a ginger loaf cake!

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  25. Flapjacks!

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  26. Mary Berry's yummy sticky gingerbread

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  27. Treacle sponge pudding

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  28. I would use this black treacle to make my Christmas cake

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  29. Definitely flapjacks for me - treacle's a must-have ingredient!

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  30. When making flapjacks.

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  31. I am the biggest fan of treacle toffee and parkin and i would love to win this mmm treacle toffee

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  32. I would use it for baking - flapjacks and ginger bread

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  33. OOH yummy, would love to win this and use it for baking!

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  34. Treacle Toffee.

    Rachel Craig

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  35. I'd use it in various baking experiments like flapjacks and cake.

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  36. Definitely the family "old foshioned gingerbread" recipe :)

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  37. I would use this to make Treacle Toffee for the grand children

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  38. ooh some sort of sticky oaty biscuits!

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  39. flapjacks or treacle tart

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  40. I would use it for some flapjacks or a treacle tart

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  41. I have enetered :) I love treacle, I would make some flapjacks with it but would also find some nice recipes for BBQ glazes x

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  42. I would use it in my fruit cake to make it lovely and dark!

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  43. I make treacle toffee for fireworks night, always goes down well

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  44. Slow-cooked black treacle Ham - delicious :)

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  45. I would use it to make a tasty sticky gingerbread and Grandma's rough cake (a family recipe) :)

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  46. I'd use it in a marinade for BBQ Ribs

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  47. Great. I use this in a few recipes.

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  48. I'd use it to coat some chicken :D

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  49. Flapjacks would be very yummy xxx

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  50. Oh I normally use it for flapjack but I'm intrigued and BBQ season is here, apparently...

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  51. I want to try the salmon sounds delicious!

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  52. i'D GIVE MAKING TREACLE TOFFEE A GO.

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  53. I'd save it to make some Parkin for Halloween/Guy Fawkes night

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  54. Gingerbread :) that we could then decorate :)

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  55. I have entered the would love to make some gingerbread

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  56. Gingerbread - but I haven't made it in ages

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  57. Wow loads more ideas here I usually use it for flapjack or treacle toffee

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  58. For marinades

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  59. I love treacle tart. CHERYL HADFIELD

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  60. I have entered :) thanks for the chance.

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  61. mmm as a glaze for the bbq yum

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  62. Gingerbread or flapjacks

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  63. i'd use it for making flapjacks

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  64. Nigella's Sticky Gingerbread. Scrumdiddlyumptious🙉

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  65. A lovely, sticky gingerbread. @jaizduck

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  66. Reminds me of my gran.....treacle toffee, gingerbread and parkin :)

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  67. use it for baking cakes and the like

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  68. use it to make parkin or flapjacks

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  69. Entered. Use to make flapjacks

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