Sunday, 5 January 2014

Giveaway~Mustard Heart Rotary Whisk/ Frother

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In the kitchen we have many gadgets but one that I find I use frequently is my whisk, be it for whisking cream for toppings, batter for pancakes, frothing milk for lattes or whisking eggs for an omelette.
I find that using an electric blender somewhat cumbersome if I want to whisk something in a hurry. That’s when my heart rotary whisk is perfect for those simple whisking tasks in the kitchen. It is constructed from stainless steel with silicon and plastic making it light and easy to use. The heart whisk is a push rotary whisk that needs no batteries, but uses a clever mechanism to turn pushing action into a spinning whipping motion helping to save time and effort whenever you bake. Washing it is absolutely no problem as all that is required is to run the whisk under some running water and it’s clean in jiffy.

The heart whisk can be bought on line from Mustard and retails at £ 12.00. It is a wonderful gadget and perfect for all whisking tasks especially frothy milk for cappuccinos and lattes.I would like to thank Mustard for sending me the whisk to use, all the views and opinions in this post are my own.


With Valentine’s day just around the corner Mustard have teamed up with simply.food and are offering two simply.food readers a heart whisk each to gift to their valentine.

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210 comments:

  1. Looks great - will allow me to whisk something up for my pregnant wifey.

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  2. Pancakes with strawberries and cream

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  3. Pavlova with a heart shape made of strawberries

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  4. his favourite sticky tofee pudding

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  5. Steak and chips with a peppercorn sauce...might not sound much but MrE would love it!

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  6. a nice cake with strawberries and cream!

    Ashleigh

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  7. This would help so much with a lemon merague pie I want to try and make for valanties day

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  8. I'd make some chocolate mousse xx

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  9. Not very exciting, but I'd make him a lasagne, his favourite!

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  10. What a gorgeous little whisk! I want one!

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  11. Definitely pancakes and a frothy coffee.

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  12. his favorite food is a hot madras curry, so I'd make him a healthy one at home :)

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  13. I'd whip up some milk for a lovely latte!

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  14. I have sometimes done a Spaghetti carbonara. It is a nice meal.

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  15. I would take him out so neither of us had to cook but we would end the evening in front of the TV with a yummy hot chocolate topped with whipped cream and chocolate sprinkles :)

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  16. raspberry and white chocolate mousse :D

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  17. this would be perfect for making those extra melty cakes

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  18. a chocolate cake with freshly wiped cream

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  19. I would cook up a lovely chocolate mouse so I can use whisk.

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  20. lemon drizzle cake, its th only thing I can make

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  21. A chocolate soufflé with heart shaped chocolate (hand-made of course!)

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  22. Melt in the middle chocolate pudding - his fave! :)

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  23. ahh an angel delight with strawberries and chocolate sprinkles - romance lol :) x

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  24. I'd use this to whip up vanilla cream to top my tarte tatin dessert with.

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  25. A chocolate fudge cake - his favourite!

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  26. Chocolate Fudge Cake - his favourite :)

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  27. A good old bacon buttie, his favourite x

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  28. A tasty trifle with whipped cream!

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  29. pancakes with strawberry jam :)

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  30. love to whip up some desi kadhi with this.

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  31. heart shaped chocolate chip pancakes and frothy coffee :)

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  32. Can be put to good use to bake goodies for Valentines Day :)

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  33. Scrambled eggs..... breakfast in bed

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  34. a lovely chocolate and raspberry cake :) x

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  35. Oldie but a goodie - I'll be making cupcakes this Valentine's Day!

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  36. coconut pancakes and I have been known to add a dash of amaretto into them...try it you won't go back to plain ol pancakes ;)

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  37. Coconut pancakes and I have been known to add a drop of amaretto, it's delicious! Much better then plain ol pancakes :)

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  38. Cranachan - Creamy and delicious.

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  39. Cranachan - creamy and delicious.

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  40. Mmm, pancakes. Simple but still delicious!

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  41. Mmm, pancakes. Simple but still delicious!

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  42. Omelettes. I can hardly cook.

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  43. Some chocolate cupacakes i think :)

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  44. Chocolate chilli mousse for a spicy evening ;-)

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  45. scrambled egg, a way to any mans heart when added to a full english :)

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  46. Pancakes with golden syrup as a sweet treat :)

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  47. Some fluffy scrambled eggs on a warmed croissant with smoked salmon :)

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  48. Lovely fluffy scrambled eggs on a warmed croissant and smoked salmon :)

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  49. Waffles like we had on holiday

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  50. I'm hoping to be treated out this Valentines.

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  51. Some yummy breakfast pancakes!

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  52. a big frothy cappuccino so we can snog our milky mustaches off :-)

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  53. a big frothy cappuccino so we can snog our milky mustaches off :-)

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  54. Heart-shaped Victoria sponge with whatever fruit or flavour that he likes!

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  55. Lemon meringue pie - his favourite!

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  56. It was have to be a huge cake for me and some steak for my husband. We are compatible, honest!

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  57. Creme Burlee I think I have spelt it wrong but love it and also some steak with a honey mustard sauce x

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  58. i really want to try and make a red velver cake; its my birthday on valentines day so would love to make a cake for that

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  59. Rich chocolate mousse with some sort of alcohol in and fresh raspberries on the side sounds like a perfect Valentine's treat for my lovely man : )

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  60. A rich chocolate mousse I would say!

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  61. chocolate orange mousse :-)

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  62. Lemon Souffle with raspberry sauce!

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  63. Good old pancakes and maple syrup :)

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  64. I'd make a cherry pie with morello cherries and i'd serve it with whpped cream and marshmellow hot chocolate <3

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  65. A big stack of pancakes for my hubby xx

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  66. Pancakes with banana and chocolate filling

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  67. steak and chips as that is his favourite

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  68. definitely a chocolate mousse with strawberries!

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  69. A light fluffy and slightly chewy eton mess.

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  70. I'd make pancakes with sugar, cream and strawberries and maybe chocolate mousse for afters!

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  71. I've just borrowed the Mary Berry book from a friend so it would have to be something from there right?!

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  72. A chocolate soufflé... Well I'll try! :-)

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  73. Apple and blackcurrant souffle

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  74. Pancakes for breakfast, hmmm :)

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  75. Best omlette ever for breakfast in bed :}

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  76. Some love heart pancakes and I'd drizzle them with honey

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  77. a home made cheesecake nom nom nomity nom

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  78. A lovely strawberry mousse with choc shavings or a cheesecake (depends on his mood)

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  79. Home Made Chocco Mousse with Strawberries and Grapes yummy

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  80. A nice steak, chips followed by choc fondants x

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  81. My DH's birthday is the day after Valentines day, so I'd made a valentines/birthday cake using this! (I do one every year- two birds with one stone :D)

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  82. My DH's birthday is the day after valentines day so I would use this to make a joint valentines/birthday cake! I do every year- two birds with one stone :D

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  83. A lovely coffee meringue as he loves them

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  84. A chocolate sunday! I always associate chocolate with love and happiness! Oops!...

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  85. Pancakes with lemon and sugar - he just loves them!

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  86. I wouldn't "whisk anything up for my "beloved" because like a lot of people. I don't have one!

    Might make myself something though, I'm quite fond of me. probably something simple like an omlette, don't have the time right now for anything ambitious.

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  87. A warm chocolate fudge cake with fresh strawberries :)

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  88. cooked brekkie with scrambled egg

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