Thursday, 23 October 2014

Mornflake hamper giveaway

I recently received a hamper from Mornflake and I am loving all the products that arrived in my hamper. I have created a few recipes with the products, you can see the recipe here.
I am really excited that mornflake have been generous and agreed to send one citrusspice reader a Mornflake hamper to enjoy too.


The hamper consists of:
·         Mornflake Oatbran
·         Mornflake Oatbran Honey Raisin & Almond Crisp
·         Mornflake Oatbran Cranberry & Nut Muesli
·         Mornflake Superfast Fruit and Nut Muesli pot
·         Mornflake Organic Oats
·         Mornflake Superfast Oats
·         Mornflake Jumbo Oats
·         Mornflake Medium Oatmeal


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253 comments:

  1. We can add oats in puri dough.

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  2. oaty Apple crumble

    1 bag or 6 Bramley apples, peeled, cored and cut into chunks
    1 bag or 6 eating apples, peeled, cored and cut into chunks
    85g caster sugar
    100g soft light brown sugar
    50g honey
    250g pack butter
    300g oats
    300g plain flour


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  3. We can add oats in puri dough.

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  4. Oat Bran Muffins - Delicious!!

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  5. on the top of your homemade bread or breadrolls

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  6. Oats added to crumble toppings adds to the flavour and texture.

    Hazel Rea - @beachrambler

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  7. Apple-chai baked oatmeal...delicious!

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  8. When making an apple pie, set aside 1/4 of pastry and roll it in a tablespoon of oats. Use the plain pastry for the base and the oaty pastry for the lid. Gives the pie a nice texture.

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  9. laura jayne bates24 October 2014 at 13:30

    flapjack

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  10. You can coat fish in oats rather than breadcrumbs :)

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  11. I make breakfast oat bars at least twice a week...
    oats, honey, peanut butter, coconut oil, saltanas, coconut and flax seeds

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  12. i like to try these different mornflakes

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  13. I found a wicked recipe for microwave flapjacks - it takes longer for them to cool enough so you don't burn your mouth than it does to prepare and cook them. I kid myself that the oats are helping our cholesterol levels and the dried fruit part of our 5-a-day (conveniently forgetting the sugar and fat!)

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  14. I like to add them to fruit crumbles

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  15. Flapjacks

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  16. Suggest a recipe you can add oats to.
    Got to be flapjacks

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  17. Homemade Granola is the best! :)

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  18. flap jacks

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  19. My wife makes a lovely flapjack!

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  20. flap jack ;) simple, obvious but yuum :D

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  21. I make American meatloaf with mince, oats, onions, catsup & eggs and make a loaf and bake

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  22. I make a bird cake for the birds in the winter using flour, oats, bird seed, marg

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  23. I add oats to my apple crumble topping :)

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  24. My favourite are flapjacks!

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  25. I always add oats to my crumble topping for texture

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  26. Love oats with fresh berries for breakfast x

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  27. On top of apple crumble

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  28. raisin, oats and cinnamon cookies

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  29. I always add oats when I make apple crumble

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  30. Treacle Tart - Use oats instead of breadcrumbs.

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  31. Buttermilk Pancakes

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  32. Flapjacks or Black Banana Loaf <3

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  33. Oats in banana muffins are lovely.

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  34. You can add oats to the topping of apple crumble

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  35. Make your crumble mix with 50/50 flour and oats

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  36. Dry fry till crispy and add to yoghurt, cereal and trifle - love them

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  37. I like topping any little biscuits I bake with oats.

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  38. Smoothie - banana, yogurt, milk, strawberry, raspberry and oats all blended together. Gorgeous.

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  39. I love oatmeal pancakes - they're tasty, and high in fibre!

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  40. I had a very strange dish in the Middle East that tasted like a cinnamon spiced porridge and was served with some meals. It was made of ground meat, oats and spices and possibly a little honey as it was vaguely sweet all of which was pounded to a paste or cooked until completely mashed. It's the most odd thing I have ever been served as on its own it was not unpleasant but it did not seem to compliment anything on the table. I've found similar recipes called "Haleem" but they all appear more savoury in flavour than my encounters.

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  41. oaty Rhubarb crumble

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  42. I love everything oaty!! ... My favourite would be homemade raisen and oat flapjacks!

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  43. I like adding oats to cookies.

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  44. oatmeal pancakes with honey or maple syrup

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  45. Oats to an apple crumble topping it makes the crumble nutty & crispy

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  46. Any type of crumble, makes it a lot lighter in my opinion

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  47. Cookies! Oats give them a lovely toasty crunch x

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  48. We made oat and cranberry cookies yesterday - they WERE gorgeous!!!

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  49. shepherds pie makes the mince go further

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  50. Flapjack and porridge are my limits - although I think there's a Scottish dessert - Cranachan which sounds quite nice.

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  51. I always add oats to my crumble mixture - makes it much more interesting

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  52. cant beat good old porridge. just add water or milk

    Stewart W

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  53. Flapjacks are a favourite of ours.

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  54. Oat cakes . We always name Kat canes here :-)

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  55. Add oats to crumble toppings for extra bulk and texture.

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  56. Using oats mixed with mashed banana and dried fruit to make healthy cookies :)

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  57. Oaty cookies I made some this week... Yummy!

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  58. The best crumble has oats added to the topping ... Oaty banana crumble is particularly moreish!!

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  59. I have Protein smoothies for breakfast and a handful of oats gives you a bit more energy.

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  60. flapjacks @lucyirv

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  61. Overnight oats -oats, milk, honey & chia seeds - easy grab and go brekkie!

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  62. Choc chip cookies

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  63. Mixed Fruit Flapjack x

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  64. I use them as a crumble topping.

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  65. oatmeal and raisin cookies are the best

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  66. I love to put oats in my crumble mixture

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  67. In a topping of crumble on any fruit you like :)

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  68. On top of home baked bread

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  69. Oats are great in batter for making crispy chicken x

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  70. In a crumble topping for extra crunch and texture :)

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  71. flapjacks are the best
    you can add many fruits and put them to the test

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  72. Mix oats with an apple (grated, put in processor) and banana mashed together, mix with some raisins and bake in oven for about 10 - 15 min x

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  73. cranachan - a Scottish dessert with cream, whisky, raspberries & oats...definitely one for the adults!

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  74. Apricot and walnut flapjacks

    @jaizduck

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  75. winter fruit crumble with oats in the topping, delicious and good for you

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  76. I always add oats to my crumble mixture. It makes it stretch further and give it a bit of extra crunch.

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  77. Add some oats to Bran Muffins

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  78. My favourite has to be my own recipe cherry and almond flapjacks. I've not made them in so long - must remedy that now that I've actually thought of them - they are really delicious with a cup of tea!

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  79. I like them toasted in salads to make it more filling xxx

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  80. I make fairy cakes with an oaty topping :)

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  81. Mums exquisite home made flapjacks

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  82. I propose raisin cookie oatmeal - just think oats, raisins and cookies - the ultimate combo :)

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  83. I always add oats to my crumble topping, tastes yummy

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  84. Its already been said but Oats are fab in crumble .... Love them in flapjacks... but can also make your own Swiss Museli xx

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  85. Blueberry flapjacks, they are my son's favorite.

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  86. Cook muesli like porridge and have it hot

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  87. I make great oat and raisin cookies.

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  88. we make over oat smoothies, lots of fruit and a dollop of peanut butter - yummy!

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  89. we put a few with our apple crumble on top it makes a nicer make on top barbara M

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  90. I put oats in my crumble topping, yummy

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  91. Flapjacks!

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  92. I add oats to all sorts of things - my favourites are pancakes, pie crust and crumble topping :D

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  93. We use them in flapjacks, biscuits and lovely in a crumble topping.

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  94. apple n blackberry crumble with oats through the crumble

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  95. Flapjack.
    I also use a handful to make biscuits for my bunnies (rabbit pellets, oats, fruit/veg, hay smoosh together and bake!)

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