November Giveaways Round-Up


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Christmas is less than a month away, which means now is a great time to get entering those giveaways! We’ve gathered together a selection of fabulous giveaways from Foodies100 bloggers. We know loads more of you are hosting great giveaways too, so do share your links with us in the comments. The more, the merrier!

Fancy winning a Cadbury Essential Christmas Hamper? Then you need to head over to The Crazy Kitchen. Entry is via Rafflecopter and closes on the 7th December.

Daisies & Pie is giving away a gorgeous Maille Mustard gift set. You’ll need to enter via the Rafflecopter form and the closing date is the 5th December.

Over on Fuss Free Flavours you could win a fabulous Nutri Juicer from Sage by Heston Blumenthal. The closing date is the 6th January and entry is via Gleam.

A Mummy Too has an amazing Christmas Food Lovers Hamper worth over £200 up for grabs. You have until the 13th of December to enter and entry is via Rafflecopter.

Win 6 bottles of Piggy Bank Wines from Lavender and Lovage. Fill in the Rafflecopter form by the 10th December.

Chocolate Log Blog is giving away some Honeybuns Goodies. Entry is via Gleam and closes on the 7th December.

Fancy some soup? If so, you’ll want to enter to win a Morphy Richards Soup Maker over on Scottish Mum Blog. The giveaway closes on the 13th December and it’s a Rafflecopter entry.

Are you a Doctor Who fan? Head on over to Recipes from a Normal Mum to win over £70 worth of Doctor Who goodies from Lakeland. Enter via Rafflecopter before the 13th December.

Win Luxury Christmas Chocolates from Hotel Chocolat over on A Glug of Oil. Entry is via Rafflecopter and closes on the 6th December.

Dolly Bakes has an Easy Art Biscuits Wall Canvas to giveaway. The closing date is the 8th December and it’s a Rafflecopter entry.

Good Luck everyone!

Sally is the publisher of Foodies100, the UK's largest directory of brilliant UK food and drink blogs and bloggers. Every day of the week, we promote the UK's best and most exciting blogs about food and drink.

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