01 December 2015

Christmas Giveaway Bonanza #1


You'd better watch out, you'd better not cry, you'd better not pout, I'm telling you why, Santa Claus is coming to town.........


Santa's elves are preparing gifts for my loyal readers as we speak. The first gift is rather special.

It will perk up your mornings and help you fight all the sniffles and sneezes this winter. Santa (or perhaps the Royal Mail) will be delivering an Optimum 600 Slow Juicer to one lucky reader.


The Optimum 600 Slow Juicer is a wide mouthed juicer, so you can add whole fruit and vegetables like carrots and apples without cutting them first, which is a great time saver.

This slow juicer works at a slow speed and squashes the juice out by grinding fruit and veg. That means more juice and maximum nutrients with barely any foam. It lasts up to two days in the fridge without separating.

It can also make ice cream, nut butters, nut milks and smoothies.

It's easy to clean too, just rinse it under the tap immediately and it cleans easily. There's a wee brush for any stubborn bits.

So would you like to win one of these fabulous juicers?

To enter, leave me a comment telling me what you will juice first if you win and register your entry using the rafflecopter box below. There are extra entries there too for a better chance to win.

This giveaway is open to residents of the UK and will close on the 22 December 2015. 

I will announce the winners on Christmas Day for an extra Christmas surprise. Look out for more giveaways this week.

 



a Rafflecopter giveaway

221 comments:

  1. Strawberries, raspberries and kiwi!

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  2. Good old oranges. Though I'd say strawberries if it were summer!

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  3. oh strawberries and blueberries with almond milk and some ginger for the best smoothie there is!

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  4. I'd juice carrot and apple with a splash of lemon juice

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  5. I would make a smoothie for my little ones first as they refuse to eat fruit/veg. I would probably start with a simple one like banana first.

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  6. Id use blackberries for taste and colour apple for texture and taste and celery as I love it and put it in everything

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  7. Carrot, orange, and spinach for a superfood smoothie. =)

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  8. A nice healthy Green Juice - kale, cucumber , carrots and a cube of ginger to add some heat

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  9. all the left over fruit we have especially bananas and grapes

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  10. My juicer is over 10 years old and not as efficient as today's models so this is a fab giveaway. Thank you!

    My favourite juice, which I would go for first if I were lucky enough to win, is a couple of carrots and a bunch of celery into the juicer then I whisk in about a tablespoon each of best quality olive oil and fresh lemon juice.

    As well as the health benefits of the oil and lemon juice, they take away the earthy flavour of some juiced vegetables.

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  11. Apple and mango S Nazir

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  12. Oh yeah! Mandarins and apples works fine with me!

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  13. Strawberries, banana, ginger and coconut yoghurt

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  14. Mango and banana, yummy! :D

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  15. I would make a vegetable juice! Maybe something with butternut squash? ^_^

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  16. It would be oranges, love freshly squeezed orange juice.

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  17. I'd make a mango and apple juice first!

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  18. I'd juice oranges and strawberries! :)

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  19. Carrots and oranges. Or apples and cherries.

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  20. Pears,apples and blueberries

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  21. i would juice some oranges. love fresh orange juice

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  22. spinach cucumber and pear,, I bought this flavour recently was lovely

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  23. I love fruit but do'nt eat enough so i would go down the fruit route,So i would say Orange juice for the liquid & Mango's &Oranges.

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  24. Oranges for a refreshing drink ~

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  25. A soup of various green vegetables.

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  26. Apples - got loads of them stored up.

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  27. Very simple but I would chose oranges to juice, a great start to the day :)

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  28. I'd make a trip to Lidl and get a bunch of frut.. Strawberry, Kiwi, Banana, Apple and Maybe cherry and throw that all in :D

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  29. I would make a fruit smoothie as i love them

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  30. Carrot and ginger

    Mariel P

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  31. Anything I have to hand. Probably an orange then an apple then I'd see if I could juice a carrot..

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  32. mango, strawberries, melon, pineapple, grapes and a banana for texture!

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  33. orange, pineapple and mango, delicious!!!

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  34. I think the apples from my garden. Then I'd make rhubarb and nectarine smoothie with the juice. Mmmmm

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  35. i'd juice ginger, lime, pineapple and spinach :-) xxx

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  36. Bramley and cox apples.

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  37. Sprouts - I can't stand them but they are good for you so I wonder if I'd like them in a green smoothie?

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  38. banana strawberry and raspberrys

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  39. Orange and Grapefruit

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  40. Orange & Grapefruit

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  41. Love the taste of fresh ginger in a juice so probably apple, celery & ginger :-)

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  42. Mango, carrot, banana and strawberry!

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  43. Oooh, I don't know, there is so many I would like to try.

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  44. Strawberries, blueberries, kiwi and kale

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  45. Bananas and strawberries mmm

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  46. I'd juice my favourite - apple, ginger and carrot.

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  47. a healthy green juice - pre Xmas preparation!

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  48. I watched a chef making a juice that sounded and looked so strange with lots of Kale some pear to sweeten and loads of veg but it tasted delicious - so I would look this up before treating myself to a fruity treat

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  49. I'd go for apple and raspberries

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  50. Some kind of green juice. I have definitely been overdoing it lately, so a good combo with spinach/celery/apple/lime would really put me to rights!

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  51. Lots of lovely citrus fruit - it really is at its best at this time of year

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  52. I would make spinach, ginger, carrot and apple

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  53. I'd make a carrot and orange juice - our current juicer can't cope with carrots!

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  54. I think I would juice some of the fruit from my garden, I knew there was a reason I froze it!

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  55. Apples, bananas and strawberries

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  56. Just read a recipe for fennel and pear juice with ginger. Would like to try this first.

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  57. Just read a recipe for fennel and pear juice with ginger. Would love to try this out.

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  58. a pineapple with lime, apple and cucumber

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  59. Pear and strawberry. My little boy's favourite fruits.

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  60. i would do pear, tangerines, green grapes and granny smith apples

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  61. I saw this programme once about this guy who juiced to get fit & lost weight & was convinced other people to give it a go. I saved his big green recipe which has kale, cucumber, celery, apples, lemon juice & ginger & i supposed to be really nutritious & I would love to give that a go.

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  62. Pineapple. Thats it, just pineapple :)

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  63. Oranges! There's not much that beats a nice cup of freshly squeezed orange juice with breakfast

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  64. ive seen a lot of recipes lately that are about clean eating, so id try adding some cucumber and apple into my juice

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  65. Pineapple, mango and coconut water

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  66. Any greens as I don't eat enough, sweetened with apple and ginger for a tang.

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  67. I would love one of these, if I won I'd try an apple first. Thanks for the amazing giveaway xx

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  68. Apples - sugajadel@yahoo.co.uk

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  69. Apple & strawberry

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  70. I would juice some apples and pears first.

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  71. A green juice of apples, cucumber, lemon, ginger and kale.

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  72. Tempted to try an orange and raspberry combo

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  73. My Cavolo Nero from my allotment

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  74. Beetroot & apple, both in season now and full of great nutrients

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  75. It would have to be oranges for the ultimate fresh orange juice

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  76. pineapple strawberries and apple

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  77. I'm loving strawberries and banana chopped up together at the moment so I would love to try them juiced!!

    carlahollands@hotmail.com xx

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  78. Mango, banana, carrot and strawberry!

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  79. I would make a tropical juice with some kiwis pineapple bananas and coconut water mmm

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  80. Id start off less healthy and go for a Mango Lassi, before I went veg juice mad :-)

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  81. I would start with an apple, carrot & ginger juice.

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  82. Sorry to be dull but just apples - I love apple juice

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  83. Spinach, pears, cucumber, apples and broccoli stem

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  84. Whatever I've got in the fridge - I wouldn't be able to wait! Probably carrot, apple and beetroot

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  85. Would have to be beetroot, Apple and banana. Love it

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  86. Fresh pineapple because it is my favourite! :)

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  87. Hmmmmm tomatoes, celery and fennel! I totally thought of that mix just then so I'm not sure if it would work but if I won id give it a go, just to see what its like, It could be magic :-)

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  88. Raspberries,Banana and ginger

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  89. Frozen blackberries,raspberries and cranberries.

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  90. Apples. mangos and strawberries

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  91. something with a lot of oranges & what ever random fruit we have in the fruit bowl

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  92. grapefruit with some agave syrup and tequila, is that allowed? :D

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  93. Brocolli , carrot apple and a little ginge.

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  94. Banana, reeses peanut butter cups and mango juice.

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  95. Apple & carrot it's my fav combination

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  96. Apple and Beetroot :)

    @oneisjamie

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  97. I'd try kale, kiwi and lime

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  98. apple pear and cinnamon

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  99. It would be some Raspberry's has I love them and then strawberrys when they are in season has l have such a lot of surplus and get feed up with making jam so this would be great....Barbara M

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  100. A pineapple as it's my favourite juice... yum!

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  101. I would juice pineapple and orange.

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  102. Carrot, orange and pineapple. As it's Christmas can I put a little bit of rum in too?

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  103. Mango, Kale, goji berries, flax, ginger and banana

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  104. I love green drinks - celery and apples

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  105. carrots, green apples and permisons!

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