Monday, 13 August 2012

Giveaway - Russian Doll Measuring Cups


I've another giveaway for you, this time I have a set of Russian Doll Measuring Cups for one lucky winner, courtesy of Find Me a Gift. If you've never used measuring cups before find out more from my review when I baked some Chocolate Brownies.

These would make a great edition to a kitchen shelf or create lots of fun when baking with children. If you think these very useful measuring dolls would look wonderful in your kitchen or help you make some yummy Chocolate Brownies then be sure to enter  my giveaway.

Apologies to my international readers, but this giveaway is only open to those in the UK. This giveaway closes 13 September 2012. Good luck!

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85 comments:

  1. I have an American cookies book which doesn't get used very often due to cup measures but if I won these I'd bake loads of cookies!

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  2. Oooh I've been lusting over these for ages! I'd love a chance to win please!!! Thanking you :D

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  3. I would bake peanut butter cookies.

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  4. i love to make cakes to share with the family especially sponge cakes coffee and walnut cake and of course chocolate cake!

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  5. a cake for my sons birthday soon

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  6. a nice carrot cake with loads of buttercream!

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  7. banana muffins for my little one! xx

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  8. i would make a lemon cake for everyone in my office

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  9. I would make a big mess with the kids and would end up with some type of cake but what fun we would have!

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  10. These are fab, i would make Banana Bread with my boys, they would that extra bit of fun, while baking x

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  11. I would make coffee cake - my fav xx

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  12. An Ultimate carrot cake, haven't baked it recently, and it is fab

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  13. thanks for the follow, now I get to follow your wonderful blog :) great giveaway, not seen these measuring cups before. Have a happy Sunday!

    Bee happy x

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  14. Picked up a recipe for lemon muffins i wouldnt mind trying

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  15. I'd bake a vegan fruit cake. Very tasty!

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  16. Russian Napoleon Cake, using an authentic Russian recipe from my room-mate!

    lifesdeepcolors@hotmail.com

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  17. caroline kelly19 August 2012 22:10

    I would like to win this for my friends little girl who is 3 and has asked for baking stuff for her birthday. Think this is a great idea for kiddies x

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  18. I would make some luscious brownies.

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  19. a yummy chocolate cake (@PolkaDotAddict)

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  20. My favourite - a yummy victoria sponge. x

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  21. A lovely fluffy Victoria Sandwich with home made blackcurrant jam and cream - my mum's favourite :)

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  22. I keep seeing these lovely things about, would love a set of my own! x

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  23. It's about time to lay up the Christmas cake.

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  24. I love baking and bake a cake every Sunday as it's part of my way of unwinding. I would bake a coconut cake or perhaps a sticky chocolate loaf!

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  25. I would bake Victoria sponge and carrot cakes.

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  26. Is it too early to say christmas cookies? Otherwise cupcakes, cupcakes and more cupcakes :)

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  27. Ooh these would be a perfect gift for my mother in law, and I usually never know what to get her.

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  28. I would make some macaroni cheese and as i would be able to measure the flour properly it would make life so much easier @Bobbity666

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  29. I would bake a cake using some of our beetroot which is about the only thing that has grown in abundance this year :) I've never used beetroot in a cake before but there are some fab recipes out there.

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  30. A marble cake. I have the russian dolls measuring spoons, so would love this!!

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  31. Fruit scones

    @littleboo_21
    www.boorooandtiggertoo.com

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  32. I have loads of American friends who share theor yummy recipes with me so these cups would be amazing. And they're so cute too :)
    @BoostieBoo

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  33. some choc chip muffins with the kiddies :)

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  34. I'd bake my favourite! Rocky road bars xx

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  35. Apricot loaf

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  36. My other half and I were talking about going strawberry picking soon - so a cheesecake or a french tart!

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  37. What a great pressy for my daughter at catering college.......then I'd get her to bake my favourite butter fork biscuits!!! yum

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  38. ooooo we would make some chock chip cookies - yummy :)

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  39. id give them to my sister who bakes wedding and celebration cakes, for her bday, there fab! im sure she would put them to good use with her amazing cupcakes and celebration cakes!

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  40. Love baking cakes, especially Terry Chocolate Orange brownies, but also make lots of glittery playdough with the kids!

    Shelley Bird - Facebook

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  41. a lovely Christmas cake because try as I might I cant stop thinking about how soon it will come round

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  42. Easy - A victoria sponge. My all time favourite cake.

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  43. Easy - A victoria sponge. My all time favourite cake.

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  44. I would bake a rainbow cake, been meaning to try this for ages. I adore these measuring cups.

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  45. I've got some vegan cake recipes that need cup measures, so I'd make some of those for my daughter if I won :)

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  46. These are adorable! I'd use them to make chocolate pancakes for my son's breakfasts.

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  47. Would use them to help with my sons birthday cake

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  48. Got to be devil's food cake

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  49. These are so cute - Id bake rainbow cakes, with different icing, and coloured sponge :) xx

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  50. these are so cute love russian dolls full stop. i would bake a marbel cake xx

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  51. I would make chocolate cup cakes. I love fun ideas to encourage baking.

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  52. I would make gingerbread loaf cake.

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  53. Since fall is coming I'd bake pumpkin cranberry bread.

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  54. My sons first birthday cake :P
    danigenery@gmail.com

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  55. Got to be good old chocolate brownies, so stylish better than my plastic spoons!

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  56. A pear and ginger tart, which would be shared v quickly as I'd eat the lot otherwise!

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  57. I'm an American living in England and I brought measuring cups with me when I moved here. Love these though! One of my favorite chocolate chip cookie recipes calls for ingredients in very simple cup measurements - 1 cup of brown sugar, 1 cup of white sugar, 3 cups flour, etc.

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  58. I'd bake some cakepops; I've been dying to try them

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  59. A good old Victoria sponge with butter icing and strawberry jam :)

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  60. These are so cute, I would have to get out my favorite chocolate and marshmallow brownie recipe...

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  61. Vivienne Wilkes7 September 2012 20:47

    I think I'd make some chocolate iced cupcakes!

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  62. Tiffany Oconnell7 September 2012 20:50

    I would make a big chocolate cake to celebrate :-D

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  63. A lovely meat pie just like my nana used to make <3

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  64. My 13 yr old daughter is always baking cakes for us and family she would love these.

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  65. I would bake a cheecake bain marie style

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  66. I would bake some Cupcakes to celebrate National Cupcake week 17th -23rd September.

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  67. I would bake cupcakes with the kids

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  68. Cupcakes, I always make cupcakes cakes they are so quick and easy and very very tasty!
    @vickyd4v3

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  69. Milk tart, its a South African classic and absolutely divine!

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  70. I would make something sweet-LOVE cakes and biscuits!!

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  71. I've been inspired by the Great British Back off so if I won them, I'd have a go at making bagels!

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  72. These are wonderful, I won them I'd use them to help me on my new patisserie and confectionery course!x

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  73. I love browsing around the internet for interesting recipes, a lot i find are american recipes and use cup measurements, so i'd be using these for all the new recipes i find, i shall be trying out a recipe i found for cranberry cheesecake, a great christmas idea.

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  74. Chocolate cake would be the first thing I would bake with these.

    Hazel Rea - @beachrambler

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  75. I give cookies as christmas gifts, so i would be using them to figure out which cookie is gonna make the shortlist this year

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  76. I want to make brownies, but because it will be my Birthday soon, I kind of hope to make red velvet cake. The other one I made with my cousin turned out to be a disaster. :3

    www.lifelivinginlondon.blogspot.com

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