22 December 2015

WIN #EatAndBeMerry by EAT @eat_news



Buying lunch during the working week has got hella boring, especially as I cannot be bothered enough to pre-organise a daily lunch to bring into work, and with the deliciousness I've been testing and trying out for the blog in recent weeks, it makes the likes of high-street restaurant food, look, feel and taste either mundane and sometimes even kinda bland. So when EAT contacted me to try out some of their new, seasonal menu additions - perfect for getting their customers into the festive spirit, I was deighted to accept the offer!



At the top of my EAT Must-Have list is the newly added & delightfully traditional Christmas dish - Pigs In Blankets. This sizzling Hot Pot of Christmas meats is perfect for sharing and taste delicious! I love the addition of Cranberry Sauce which really adds a kick of flavour to two of my favourite breakfast staples. This Hot Pot is also served all day at your nearest EAT *whilst stocks last*



If you have a sweet tooth however, I'd highly recommend picking up an EAT Salted Caramel Millionaire's Shortbread bar as it's one of the top sellers of ALL time... and I can see why! This scrumptious dessert hits the spot almost instantly with its crumbly Shortbread biscuit base and its rich Salted Caramel and Milk Chocolate topping will have you smacking your tongue for quite some time!

Are you #FeelingFestive or just fancy trying out EAT'S #EatAndBeMerry pickings? Great! I have one £10 Voucher to give away to my lovely readers so you can upgrade your lunch game either this or next year, simply by popping into your nearest EAT


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Good luck to everyone who enters. Can't wait to see your scrumptious food pics!

CP xo


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42 comments

  1. My favourite festive dish is the traditional Christmas Pudding.

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    1. Oh nice! I'd swap a Christmas pudding for Christmas Cake though! Thanks for commenting xx

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  2. I love Mince pie and ice cream always makes me feel festive :)

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  3. My dads homemade stuffing he is no longer with us so feel nostalgic when making it for Christmas dinner

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  4. Turkey, stuffing and cranberry sandwich. Its Christmas in a lunch- sweet and savoury just the best, with a mince pie for afters.

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  5. stuffing as it's never around any other time of year

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  6. I just love posh bubble and squeak on boxing day

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  7. Pigs in blankets as I never cook it with any other roast dinner throughout the year.

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  8. Christmas pudding with brandy butter :)

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  9. I love mince pies and cream because we only have them at Christmas

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  10. Not a food - but mulled wine. As a veggie the foods are sadly not that exciting, but the mulled wine more than makes up for it!

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  11. mince pies- as they always remind me of xmas

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  12. Roast potatoes, we always make far too many so there are lots for leftovers. Absolutely love them. They just taste better at Christmas time. ;)

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  13. mince and lemon tarts for me.happy new year.x

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  14. would have to be mince pies love them

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  15. mince pies with brandy butter ! just yummy!

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  16. mince pies with cream ...so yummy!

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  17. Its got to be the bread sauce that accompanies the Turkey - we only ever have this at Christmas and its lush!!!!

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  18. My favourite is stollen :) I just love all the dried fruit and then the marzipan core....yum!

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  19. I'm afraid I have to confess that my favourite festive dish is trifle, followed closely by pavlova and Christmas cake. Can you guess that I have a sugar problem?! Love sweet things.

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  20. My favourite festive dish is Christmas pudding as it is tasty and good to share with family.

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  21. Mince pies and double cream - naughty but nice

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  22. Vegetarian roast. Delicious, nutritious and a great healthy option.

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  23. I love choc chip panettone, only time I treat myself

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  24. christmas pudding with brandy sauce so yummy

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  25. Chocolate Yule log with ice cream!

    Kelly Ellen Hirst

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  26. I forgot to say why Yule log & ice cream are my favourite! - I'm not keen on raisins so mince pies & Xmas pud are out so as I'm a chocoholic it's perfect for me

    Kelly Ellen Hirst

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  27. My favourite is chocolate log with whipped cream

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  28. I love mince pies. As soon as they are in the shops, I stock up, with the good intentions of saving them for Christmas. That never happens though!!

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  29. I love Stollen, I just love the gooey marzipan in the middle

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  30. I love Mulled Wine, I can only have it at Christmas, it just feels wrong having it at any other time.

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  31. This year I really got into Christmas pud after 44 years! Smothered in thivk brandy cream, I couldn't get enough.

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