11.22.2013

Kenwood Food Processor Giveaway!!

I don’t know what I would do without my food processor. It makes breadcrumbs and pastes for me; it also chops up nuts and dried fruits.

I sometimes even let it chop or slice up veggies for soups and stews for me! Depends on my mood.

With the blender attachment I make some amazing smoothies! My favorite and easiest smoothie to make is Strawberry and Banana! However I adore this Mango Smoothie when I have left over mangoes, which rarely happens! 

A food processor makes life in the kitchen a lot easier! 

So, how would you like to own your very own food processor?

I’m asking because one lucky reader could win a Kenwood FP196 FoodProcessor!! 

The Kenwood FP196 Food Processor features are:

600 watts
2 speeds and pulse function
1.4 liter main bowl, liquid working capacity
1-liter blender capacity
Safety interlock system

It comes with 4 attachments:

Blender Jug
Coarse grating blade
Coarse slicing blade
Chopping blade


Follow the instructions in the Rafflecopter below for a few different ways to enter! Giveaway starts today and ends on 6th of December! It's open to United Kingdom residents only so please only enter if you have a valid United Kingdom address! 

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notes: This give away is in association with Argos, please see my contact/policy tab for further information.

445 comments:

  1. Garlic and parsnip soup :)

    Hele

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  2. some fab vegetable soup for the cold nights xx

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  3. I'd make smoothies
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  4. butternut squash and tomato soup!

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  5. tomato basil soup
    leslie-williams_(AT)hotmail(DOT)com

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  6. I would make a strawberry, blackberry and raspberry smoothie.

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  7. lynsey buchanan23 November 2013 22:27

    Lentil soup

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  8. I have never made soup and would love to - so that would be my first task!

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  9. Spicy Carrot and Lentil Soup

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  10. Tomato & Basil soup would be nice

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  11. I would make a big Birthday cake for myself

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  12. spicy Butternut squash soup

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  13. Some soup to help warm us up

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  14. Chicken Liver Pate
    @gavrc

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  15. I would use it to make home made mince pies

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  16. Laura Robertson27 November 2013 10:52

    A big fat Apple cake with cinnamon cream cheese frosting

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  17. I would make some cupcakes with Christmas decorations on

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  18. I'd make a celebratory chocolate cake!

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  19. Ideally something gorgeous and delicious but in relatity, probably pureed baby food

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  20. A vanilla sponge cake that I could decorate for my granddaughter's birthday

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  21. I think I would be convinced by the rest of the house to test out some smoothies and then I would set about a Christmas Brandy cake

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  22. italian meringue :D

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  23. My mum's hotpot recipe, delicious but a pain to make without a food processor. Fingers crossed

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  24. It's so flexible- chopping, mixing, pastry etc, etc, etc - that it's essential. My Kenwood chef is 12 years old now, and is used at least twice a week - and coming up to Christmas, it'll be working overtime.

    As will I :<(

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  25. Definatly a christmas cake and then anything else christmassy i can find recipes for lol

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  26. carrot and corriander soup

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  27. Butternut squash soup with a touch of curry powder & peanut butter yummy it is

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  28. Definitely my absolute winter favourite, leek and potato soup and then perhaps some cakes :)

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  29. I'm on a serious weight loss regime before Christmas so i would make zero point (WW) broccoli carrot & swede - chop it in food processor first, cook it then blend it to make it thick & filling

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  30. A nice turkey and vegetable soup.

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  31. A yummy butternut squash soup! :)

    Jen xx

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  32. pastry for my mince pies !

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  33. Blueberry & Lemon Cake. Joy

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  34. I'd make pastry, for some teak and kidney pies

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  35. dough to bake some lovely warm crusty rolls to smother in butter!

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  36. It would be an Indian Meat Dansak.

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  37. Cheese Cake (like my Mum makes - hopefully!)

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  38. A lemon drizzle cake

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  39. chocolate fudge cake .. my favourite to make everyone happy

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  40. chocolate cake!

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  41. With lots of grandchildren who all like chocolate cake for their birthday it would have to be chocolate cake!

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  42. soups and buttercream (not to eat together!)

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  43. Chocolate cake

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  44. My first would be a yummy fresh salsa with tomatoes, onion, jalapeno and coriander! @criscurran

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  45. I would make some vegetable soup.

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  46. I'd use it to make breadcrumbs for chicken escalopes and crumble mix for an apple crumble!

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  47. A Victoria Sponge - nice & easy to start with

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  48. I'd make a lemon drizzle cake

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  49. It would be a present for my Mum to compel her to use it for her famous fruitcake recipe!

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  50. Smoothies. Use frozen bananas and strawberries. Add pineapple juice. Fantastic.

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  51. sweet shortcrust pastry for mince pies and jam tarts for the kids :)

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  52. I think I would make some home made soup first, perfect for this time of year.

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  53. Carrot and coriander soup - we love it but it's such a fad to make it by hand as I do at the moment....!

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  55. A lovely chocolate cake as I love chocolate

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  56. probably pastry - so easy in a food processor

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  57. The breadcrumbs for fried chicken, followed by celebratory strawberry smoothie :-)

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  58. I would probably start by making some homemade dog biscuits :)

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  59. I'd ask my brother to make soup from my mum's recipe. As it is so healthy, filling and satisfying for the winter.

    Rachel Craig

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  60. Sauces for Pasta or Beef
    Spencer Broadley

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  61. Butternut Squash Soup

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  62. David Paterson dgrp@live.co.uk27 November 2013 21:50

    Soup

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  63. Butternt Squash and Chilli Soup

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  64. I would make some cake first to celebrate :)

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  65. I'd make some shortbread - yum!

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  66. Banana and strawberry smoothie

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  67. I'd make my favourite Potato and Coconut soup !

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  68. Soup, soup and more winter warming soup

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  69. It's winter so it's got to be a thick vegetable soup.

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  70. Carrot and lentil soup. Great for winter and for vegetarians!

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  71. Butternut squash red pepper and chilli soup

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  72. carrot and corriander soup

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  73. christine shelley28 November 2013 12:18

    chicken and vegetable soup

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  74. Spicy soup to keep winter at bay.

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  75. A fresh fruit smoothie

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  76. i would make the kids some fab fruit smoothies

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  77. Coleslaw! I've never made it because of all the grating and shredding involved. A food processor would take away the 'argh!' factor.

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  78. The weather says it has to be soup.

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  79. Christmas Cupcakes!
    Helen booth

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  80. Soup of some description....not sure what, depends what I have in.

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  81. Honey roast parsnip soup for Christmas :)

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  82. I would make a strawberry, kiwi and raspberry smoothie

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  83. I would make my favourite Carrot cake

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  84. a great big cake

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  85. Delicious caramelised onion hummous

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  86. pea and ham soup

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  87. Probably some vegetable soup from all the veg in the fridge that needs using up

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  88. some healthy energy bombs

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  89. I'd use it for blending soup. I've only got a stick blender at the moment, it gets messy!

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  90. Chocolate sponge cake

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  91. I would make milkshakes and smoothies for my family. I love banana milkshake and I'll make mango for my mum and dad. The rest of my family tend to like chocolate milkshakes, especially Snickers.

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  92. I would whack a whole roast dinner in there and blend it up into a smoothie! :)

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  93. Definitely cake - a perfect Victoria sponge I think.

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