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Friday, March 14, 2014

WIN A Gluten Free Hamper from Brookfarm

Win a Brookfarm Gluten Free Hamper for Coeliac Awareness Week 2014

Hi sweets! I know I usually do our "Recent Things" posts on Friday, but I thought I'd share something even better - a giveaway for Coeliac Awareness Week!

Our lovely friends at Brookfarm wanted to share the gluten free love with a gluten free hamper giveaway - filled with all of their delicious gluten free goodies! 

The lucky winner will have a package arriving on their doorstep containing; 
  • A Brookfarm Hessian Bag
  • 1x 400g Gluten Free Bircher Muesli Mix 
  • 1x 350g Gluten Free Macadamia Muesli with Cranberry 
  • 1x 400g Gluten Free Power Porrij (our fave!) 
  • 1x 75g GF Walkabout Mix Nightcap Ranges 
  • 1x 75g GF Walkabout Mix Mt Bogong 
  • 1x 75g GF Walkabout Mix 7 Mile Beach 
  • 1x Cold Pressed Natural Macadamia Oil 
  • 1x Multipack of Macadamia GF Muesli Bars 
Also known as, a whole lot of gluten free yum

How do I enter?



  • Step one: "Like" Southern In-Law on Facebook by clicking the like button above (extra brownie points if you're already a liker! Also, be sure to also join SIL on Twitter or Instagram so you don't miss a thing!)
  • Step two: Leave a comment on the entry post on Facebook telling us What your favourite gluten free breakfast is!
  • The chosen winner at the end of the competition period will be notified via Facebook - so make sure you're a valid liker of Southern In-Law at the time or we won't be able to include you! (PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE don't try and cheat by liking and unliking - we've had to disqualify far too many people for doing this.)

    Competition is open to Australian Residents and closes on April 14th 2014 at 11:59 PM EST. The best valid entries will be selected as the winner by Kristy and Jesse and notified via Facebook. Should the winner not reply within 14 days of contact, an alternate winner will be selected. Please note: the winner must be a valid and current liker of the Southern In-Law Facebook page or other relevant social media pages at the time of competition's close.

    15 comments:

    1. Hello,

      Will it still be nice if I miss the applesauce?

      Thanks!

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    2. Kristy @ Southern In-LawMarch 17, 2014 at 9:22 AM

      Hey Lily,
      The applesauce just makes sure the oatmeal doesn't dry out and stays nice and fluffy. You could try taking it out altogether or switching it for 2 tbsp any pureed fruit/veggie, yogurt or an egg white

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    3. I have raisins and almond slices in the kitchen now. Will those work?

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    4. They sure will, Fe! You'll just have a different flavour to the original but it will still be delicious!

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    5. Is the recipe for one serving? Suggestions if I wanted to make an 8x8 or 9x13 to have to the week ahead?

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    6. Hey Christina,
      Yes, the recipe makes just a single serving. We've found the recipe works best when made in single ramekins as you get the perfect gooey peanut butter filling, however, if you want to make a larger batch in an 8x8" dish, multiply the recipe by four or multiply the recipe by six for a 9x13" dish. Then you'll have the best results if you drop a spoonful of peanut butter into each of the four (or six) even sections of the baking dish and slice them so that your peanut butter filling is in the middle of your slices. It will be a little bit tricky but it will still work!


      Just bake the oatmeal for longer - probably about 30 mins - 1 hour depending on the thickness of your mixture :)

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    7. Just made this and it doesn't look like yours! Mine is brown the colour of the dates! Made in my bullett, next time I am going to do each step separately then mix together before freezing! I make a version with frozen chopped bananas, coconut milk, and either mixed frozen berries, passionfruit, peaches or mangos or for chocolate version cacao powder and stir in carob choc chips

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    8. Hmm, the only reason I could think of that would make the mix so dark was if your bananas were really small? We've made this dozens of times and have never had it dark brown... hm!

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    9. I made this last night and ate some for brekky - deeeeelish! What a fantastic recipe thank you Kristy : )

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    10. I'm so glad you loved it, Carolyn! This recipe is one of our favourites!

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    11. this looks so good, can't wait to try it :)

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    12. It's absolutely delish, Mariah! You'll have to let me know what you think when you try it! xx

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    13. Made this, loved it, blogged about it! Thanks!

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    14. Yum! Looks delicious, Jessica! So glad you loved the recipe!

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    15. Roberto Garcia LizarazundioMarch 27, 2015 at 5:45 AM

      Manejate tito.

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