16 December 2015

Christmas Giveaway Bonanza #6




The last giveaway in my Christmas Giveaway Bonanza is a No-Mess Waffle Maker from Sage worth £99.95.

Waffle makers in the past were often relegated to a cupboard and forgotten about (they were just so messy to clean up and bulky too) but with the Sage No-Mess Waffle Maker those days are over.

So what's so revolutionary about the No-Mess Waffle Maker?

It's simple really, it has a moat around the side which catches any excess batter. Simple to clean and a better shape and size too. It takes up much less space than older waffle makers.

photo: The Veg Space
So buying one or entering my giveaway, you'll need so recipes to get you started:


How to Enter 

Leave a comment telling me what you will top your first waffle with and enter using the Rafflecopter widget below.

This giveaway will close on 8 January 2015 and is UK only.

Good luck! 


107 comments:

  1. Can't go wrong with some maple pecan butter syrup!

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  2. Wow, I would live one of these! I have loved waffles since eating them for brekkie in NYC!
    Fingers crossed🙏🏻

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  3. I won't waffle on but nice prize!

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  4. a sunny side up egg, bacon and mushroom!

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  5. Nutella and fresh banana and strawberries!

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  6. First waffle would be melted white chocolate, then ... who knows!

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  7. I'll definitely go for the 87% cocoa chocolate shavings, indulged with salted caramel vilified with a splash of bourbon. Perfect for those lazy lay-ins

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  8. Simple waffles with warm maple syrup. Thats just to start with I'd like to try some savory recipes as well

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  9. Green tea ice cream and sweet red bean paste :)

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  10. I would top my first waffle with banana & Ice Cream YUM! :)

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  11. Probably nothing so I could savour it on its own.

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  12. Chocolate sauce and cream - my partner said that when I asked, but I knew she was going to say that anyway.

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  13. I would choose bannana and icecream and chocolate sauce xxx

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  14. I would top it with chocolate sauce

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  15. Maple syrup and vanilla ice cream yum x

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  16. I'll top mine with blueberries and Sweet Freedom syrup

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  17. I think I would top them with chocolate sauce and ice cream. :)

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  18. A homemade sauce, most likely caramel :)

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  19. salted caramel sauce. @millizilli

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  20. Chocolate sauce and ice cream!!

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  21. Honey and sliced banana.

    Hazel Rea - @beachrambler

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  22. I'm thinking of a cheese and chive waffle, topped with a fried egg. I've seen so many savoury ones lately!

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  23. Honey'd walnuts and stilton. I had it at the Waffle house restaurant in Norwich once

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  24. Maple syrup and whipped cream, to remind me of the Texas Pancake House which was such a treat in my student days.

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  25. I'd go traditional and top with maple syrup, and maybe some clotted cream

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  26. Would have to be homemade chocolate sauce - of course ;)

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  27. i would probably go pretty mad with the first ones, slice up some bannas, vanilla ice cream and drizzle caramel sauce all over it.

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  28. Strawberries and ice cream with cocolate sauce

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  29. I would top my first waffle with my favourite jam - wild blueberry jam and with some greek yoghurt, yum, it sounds really delicious, I just hope I win!

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  30. Would ice-cream and chocolate sauce be sinful enough? :-)

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  31. It would have to be Maple Syrup and ice cream:-)

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  32. I love savoury waffles, so I think I may plump for some spinach and a poached egg!

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  33. Home made Hedgerow Jelly and crème fraiche...

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  34. First time would have to be waffles with maple syrup and strawberries

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  35. nutella and banana

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  36. Honeycomb butter, banana and Chantilly cream all topped off with a dusting of icing sugar.

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  37. Maple Syrup and crushed pecans

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  38. I would top it with strawberries, banana and white chocolate sauce x

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  39. Maple syrup and honey roast bacon.

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  40. i have never used a waffle makr so this would be fantastic xx

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  41. This waffle maker looks so cool! I think my first waffle topping would have to be raspberries, crushed walnuts and a drizzle of maple syrup :)

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  42. melted toblerone and honey

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  43. Blueberries and vanilla ice cream x

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  44. I'd love to top my first waffles with lashings of fresh whipped cream and strawberries. Simple but nostalgic :)

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  45. probably some home-made blueberry jam :) Mess Free would be a first for me!

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  46. Some strawberries with strawberry coulis

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  47. Some strawberries with strawberry coulis

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  48. Strawberry compote & double cream

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  49. Stewed rhubarb and strawberries

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  50. Bananas and choviolate sauce. I really like Choc Shot at the moment as it's easy to use and it makes me feel healthy !

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  51. Sainsbury's strawberry sauce and maple syrup

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  52. maple syrup, sliced banana and squirty cream. Love waffles :)

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  53. Classic maple syrup. Mmmmm.

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  54. banana & Chocolate sauce

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  55. Peanut butter, honey & banana!

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  56. Home-made dark chocolate sauce with fresh berries.

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  57. Nutella (always Nutella) and strawberries !

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  58. Black cherries and chocolate icecream

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  59. As I'm thinking about my weight, groan, I would top mine with
    Strawberries, yogurt and chia seeds, yummy

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  60. Tomatoes, mozzarella cheese and some blueberry jam for a truly spectacular, not to mention eclectic, waffle!

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  61. Got to be maple syrup and perhaps a slice of bacon

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  62. Fresh mango with cardamom and ginger cream.

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  63. Maple syrup and vanilla ice cream

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  64. Would have to be bananas and maple syrup!

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  65. difficult when I cannot eat anything that grows on a tree, so normally just eat things like this as they come with no topping

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  66. Strawberries and clotted cream in the summer, bacon and maple syrup while the weather isn't quite so tropical!

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