02 December 2013

Giveaway #12 - 12 Days of Christmas Giveaway Bonanza - £100 Joules Voucher



My 12th giveaway is a £100 voucher for Joules. That epitome of country quality. You know what I mean!

I first came across Joules when I bought Cooper a lovely wee gilet (I would say body-warmer, but we are talking Joules here darling!) and was instantly impressed.

It can be a bit pricey as a brand, but you know you are going to get some lovely quality goods and something a bit different.

What I didn't know until recently is that they also do some lovely homeware too.

Here are a few of my favourites pieces:

 

  1. Set of three large cake tins
  2. Large pure wool throw
  3. Fine bone china cake stand
  4. Coastal boat cushion
  5. Knitted ipad case
Oh and don't forget to check out their outlet page for some bargains as well as their home and garden page. Of course you can buy whatever you like with your voucher if you win.

So would you like a £100 voucher to spend in Joules?

I thought so!

OK, all you have to do is leave a comment telling me what your favourite kind of cake is and then enter using the rafflecopter box below.

This giveaway is UK only and runs until the 31 December 2013. The winner will be announced on 1 January 2014.

Good luck!

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Make sure you don't miss out on all the other giveaways in my Bonanza. Have a look at what's on offer:
  1. £100 BHS Voucher
  2. Black Dog Deli Hamper
  3. Cadburys Hamper
  4. 2 Sets of Cookbooks (Save withJamie by Jamie Oliver & My Little French Kitchen by Rachel Khoo)
  5. £100 VeryCook Voucher
  6. Framed Basil Art Print fromEasyArt
  7. 1 Year’s Supply of PremiumVanilla Products from Taylor & Colledge
  8. 3 Cookbooks (Chocolat by Eric Lanlard, The Vintage Sweets Book by Angel Adoree & How to Make your Own Drinks by Susy Atkins)
  9. Silver Retro Lobby Phone from Red Candy
  10. Yeo Valley Hamper and Cookbook
  11. Fun Kitchen Collection from find-me-a-gift.co.uk
  12. £100 Joules Voucher
  13. Cargo Baking Set
  14. Festive Drinks for Two Hamper from Whittard
  15. £50 Cornishware Voucher
  16. Whisk Breakfast Hamper
  17. 3 x 250g tins of Premium Cuban Coffee (ground orbean) from Alma de Cuba worth £60
  18. Cooks & Co Hamper
  19. Yors Hamper
  20. 50 Luxe Business Cards or 100 Classic BusinessCards from Moo
  21. Small Chocolatier’s Table from Hotel Chocolat(It’s a huge 915g) worth £65


Disclosure: Joules kindly sent me a voucher to use in their online store as well as providing one for one lucky reader. I was not required to write a positive review and any opinions expressed are my own.

280 comments:

  1. Date & walnut cake always been a favourite, my mother made one every Christmas.

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  2. My favourite cake is Victoria sponge sandwich :-)

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  3. Mine is definitely carrot cake :) x

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  4. Favourite cake? Of all the cakes in the world? Black forest gateau, ginger cake, or 'surprise cake' (the surprise being that it's a chocolate cake made from mashed potato and all-bran).

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  5. In our family we have the best fruitcake ever, known as Daisy's Best Boiled Fruitcake, from a recipe several generations old.

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  6. That is a very tough question! I am partial to a lemon drizzle, but I recently tried Angel Food Cake and LOVED it! Anything light and fluffy with lashing of fresh cream will do me. :)

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  7. Lemon drizzle!
    I love Joules clothes !!

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  8. My favourite cake has to be Lemon Drizzle Cake which sadly I can no longer eat as lemons make me ill, I have been known to eat a small piece just the same!

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  9. Coconut cake is my absolute favourite :)

    Hele

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  10. At this time of year I love a piece of gingerbread cake with a dod of butter :0)

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  11. Carrot and walnut cake!

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  12. Any kind of chocolate cake, yummy :)

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  13. Black bottom cupcakes from the Hummingbird Bakery - bliss!

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  14. Chocolate Fudge Cake for me too. Well I am a chocoholic!

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  15. how can you ask lol?! crispy lemon cake I think

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  16. Oooh. that's difficult but possible chocolate and pear, yummy

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  17. black forest gataeu

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  18. Cheesecake :) I had one as a birthday cake this year !!

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  19. Double chocolate fudge cake - warmed with vanilla icecream!!

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  20. My current favourite is cranberry upside down cake with a chilli twist.

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  21. Probably chocolate, but I do make a mean banana bread :)

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  22. My favourite cake is a classic Victoria sponge.

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  23. Nutella cake, I like it because it's really simpe to make and tastes great.

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  24. I didn't know Joules did homewares either - they're lovely. I think my favourite cake is coffee and walnut but it has to be lovely and fresh.

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  25. Love Joules & didn't know they did homeware (Christmas wish list now re-written!). My favourite cake is carrot cake but I rarely get to have it, as I hate cream cheese topping. Vohn x

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  26. chocolate cake with cream cheese frosting

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  27. Pete made a chocolate and stout one that I love love love!

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  28. My favourite cake is anything with chocolate in it!

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  29. I love the Miette hot milk cake, totally delicious!

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  30. I love my nans welsh cakes, absolutely delicious!

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  31. love all cake, but would have to say chocolate

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  32. A really good (not dry) chocolate fudge cake

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  33. Orange Dondi cake which is a really moist orange cake with fresh orange juice in yum!

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  34. Anything with nuts in it - preferably pecans

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  35. Victoria sponge with lots of cream and jam in the middle!

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  36. I love coffee and walnut cake. :)

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  37. A really good fruity, nutty dense carrot cake

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  38. A toss up between Cucumber Lemon Cake and Parsnip Madeira.

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  39. My homemade lemon and blueberry loaf

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  40. A vegan multi layered devils food cake!

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  41. I love carrot cake
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  42. My mother in law's homemade Christmas Pud. Nom!

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  43. It has to be lemon drizzle cake!

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  44. Dairy free nutty chocolate. Divine.

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  45. Has to be warm Pecan pie with cream. Delicious. Even nicer if its boozy cream!

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  46. Normally carrot cake but today it's bakewell tart

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  47. Christmas cake and I can't wait until I get to eat it in a few weeks time!

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  48. Christmas cake! but the rest of the year a chocolate fudge cake or lemon drizzle cake will have to do :)

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  49. I love all cake!!!

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  50. I kind of love all cake lol a good carrot cake or Coffee and walnut!

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  51. carrot cake with lots of frosting but no nuts

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  52. A lovely carrot cake I had on holiday in Florida, never had anything else as good as that!

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  53. Coffee cake with soft vanilla and coffee icing and walnuts arranged in it. my partner makes this and its amazing.

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  54. Got to be lemon drizzle for me :-)

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  55. Red velvet - but can't seem to find a great version here.

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  56. A victoria sponge filled with fresh whipped cream, sliced strawberries and jam

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  57. chocolate fudge cake

    kay panayi

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  58. The answer to that question is always Lemon drizzle ;)

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  59. carrot cake with heaps of yummy frosting :)

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  60. Oh yes yes yes please I love Joules!!! My favourite cake flavour is orange with chocolate chips!
    xx

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  61. Coffee cake which is surprising as I don't drink coffee

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  62. Oh thats just too hard, but at a push, i'd say carrot, no lemon drizzle, wait no chocolate fudge. Um sorry i love cake too much cant choose ;)

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  63. I love chocolate fudge cake (preferably hot with cream!)

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  64. My grandma's Christmas cake :)

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  65. Date and walnut loaf or birthday cake with vanilla frosting! xxx

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  66. I love lemon cake, and chocolate of course! Jill Reid

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  67. Chocolate mayonnaise cake is divine!

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  68. It's got to be carrot cake with masses of cream cheese frosting! :)

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  69. carrot or classic victoria sponge

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  70. Victoria sponge cake!...light, fluffy & creamy...divine :)

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  71. Ooooh tough choice but it has to be lemon cake followed closely by a rich chocolate cake

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  72. I'm a textural person, so it has to be Madeira cake! A bit crumbly, but mainly holding it's own...yum yum! *drool*

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  73. I do love a good fruity cake, and in particular I like Panforte at Christmas. My ultimate cake is Nigella's fruited chocolate cake. I modified the recipe with my own mix of dates, chestnuts, cranberries & raisins and it's really fab!

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  74. carrot cake.... although ANY cake is good for me ;) @mummiafelice

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  75. Lemon Drizzle - I make a slightly lemon heavier version of Tana Ramsey's recipe... so good!

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  76. Lemon Drizzle cake or carrot cake

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  77. Classic Victoria Sponge...with plenty of jam!

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  78. Marzipan topped, walnut cake with strawberry jam slices.

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  79. Date & Walnut Cake is my favourite

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  80. Definitely iced Christmas cake. I look forward to it every year!

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  81. double layer chocolate and coffee cake :D

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  82. Christmas cake is my favourite x
    @tjsi1963

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  83. Chocolate! @Amezeylady

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  84. White choc & cream sponge

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  85. Victoria Sponge with fresh strawberries.

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  86. Chocolate cake

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  87. It's got to be chocolate - I made a nice one recently that used vinegar (which you couldn't taste)!

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  88. My mums coffee and walnut sponge cake

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  89. I can't decide between a custard slice or lemon drizzle cake

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  90. Georgia McAllisterSunday, 15 December, 2013

    Carrot cake, the carrot makes me feel less guilty.

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  91. Chocolate cake

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  92. Lemon Drizzle Cake - the more lemony the better x

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