Saturday, 20 December 2014

Giveaway MyProtein Ingredients

Sourcing good healthy ingredients and using them in your cooking and baking is very important. Your food will taste  good if its cooked with natural healthy unadulterated ingredients.I was recently sent some ingredients to cook with from My Protein, an on line health food store. I loved cooking with the buckwheat flour , super berries and the coconut they sent me. I made some white chocolate and berry biscotti you can see the recipe here.

As always I  love my readers to sample the products that I try out, with this in mind I asked Myprotein if they would provide the same ingredients for a giveaway. I am pleased that they have been generous and have agreed to send one simply food reader  a bag of buckwheat flour, some super berries and some dried coconut so you too can create some healthy and delicious recipes of your own.

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  • Closing date - 7th Jan  2015 12.00 am
  • Prize 1 bag of buckwheat flour £8.99, 1  pack Super berries £9.99,  1 pack Dried Coconut £9.99
 

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78 comments:

  1. I would make a berry cake topped with coconut that would be lovely.

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  2. Buckwheat,berry and coconut pancakes

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  3. a nice cake for xmas detox, hehe!

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  4. Buckwheat pancakes, with berries and coconut.

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  5. I'm not sure what I would make. Maybe some cupcakes or muffins or pancakes.

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  6. Buckwheat coconut, cranberry and chocolate brownies - yum!

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  7. Sponge snowballs etc.

    Rachel Craig

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  8. I would use it to try out the recipe you have used, looks good!

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  9. I think I would enlist the help of my vegan friend for some inspiration (i'm currently attempting her carrot and butternut squash)

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  10. First thing that comes to mind is pancakes but would enjoy googling to find other, new recipes.

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  11. Buck Wheat coconut and and fruit cookies

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  12. Protein packed breakfast muffins :)

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  13. hmm i would probably eat the berries on their own. would have to google the buckwheat

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  14. Buckwheat flour makes excellent gluten free pancakes, I make them for my son so this would probably be first and then the super fruits and coconut would be for snacking on :)

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  15. Some nice biscuits x

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  16. I've been experimenting with protein powder granola bars so I'd add these to my pile of ingredients :D

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  17. A pile of pancakes with fruit topping.

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  18. berry and coconut energy bars

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  19. Maybe some pancakes

    @jaizduck

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  20. I would use them all in some cupcakes or protein bars =)

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  21. Some berry biscuits

    trevor linvell

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  22. Some scones would be nice, although I think I'd use most of the berries & coconut on top of my yoghurt or maybe in porridge. Choices are endless really.

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  23. Perhaps some muffins. Or a cake!

    Krystina Smith

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  24. I'd try some flapjacks, and add the berries and coconut for extra flavour. I often add dried fruit, so this should work well.

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  25. Breakfast muffins!

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  26. Samantha Lancaster6 January 2015 at 21:01

    Muffins yum x

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  27. some scrummy fruit muffins or cup cakes

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  28. I would put the ingrediants in my smoothies x

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  29. some mini protein cakes

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  30. Mini Protein cakes

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  31. white chocolate and berry biscotti - you inspired me :)

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