Friday, 21 June 2013

Fast & Fruity School Holiday Giveaway

Disclaimer: I have been provided with a Fast and Fruity pack. 
As always all opinions are 100% my own.


School holiday time! I love having my kids home with me. Sometimes though it can be a bit hard to come up with fun activities and keep them amused and busy through the day.

It is also difficult to find nutritious and healthy snacks for them in the holidays too. My kids are always coming up to me and asking for something to eat. They seem to be always hungry!

There is a delicious, brand new product called Fast and Fruity. This is all natural, pourable, great tasting, and 100% pure chunky fruit. Absolutely no added sugar or preservatives, gluten free and completely resealable.

They come in three very yummy flavours – Be-licious Berry and Apple, Golden Peach with a hint of Vanilla, and sunshine sweet Tropical Fruits.




The pouches are a large 500 grams. So they are perfect to whip up a quick and healthy snack for hungry kids with no fuss and in no time at all.

They are made by Freshfields, who have just set up a new facebook page for Fast and Fruity in Australia  https://www.facebook.com/FreshfieldsAustralia.

You can use these very convenient pouches to squeeze a fruity topping on your breakfast, in pancakes, in smoothies, making iceblocks, desserts. You can even add it when you are baking.


Tropical Jelly Fruit Stack


















Summer Fruit Blocks



Hummingbird Cake

The girls and I will be making this one in the next week! So I will let you know if it tastes as good as it looks!






Fast & Fruity have three awesome School Holiday Cooking Packs to give away to three of my readers.


The prize pack contains

  • 6 Fast & Fruity – 2 x 500 gm pouches of each of the three flavours, be-licious berry and apple; golden peaches with a hint of vanilla; and sunshine sweet tropical fruits
  • 1 icy pole maker (makes 4)
  • 1 Sundae Glass
  • Jelly crystals
  • Recipe cards for: Tropical Jelly Fruit Stack, Hummingbird Cake and Yummy Fruit Blocks
  • Total prize value = $39.05


This is sure to keep the kids busy playing chef in the kitchen.



Just answer this simple question to be in the running to win.


Do your children like to get creative in the kitchen? If so what do they like to cook?




This giveaway will run until Saturday 29 June at 10pm, so please be quick in getting your entries in.


Competition only available in Australia


Judges decision is final


Winner will be chosen based on originality.




All the best!


Melanie



22 comments:

  1. My kids love helping me cook; they're not very creative but they're only young & we come up with ideas to add seeds and fruits to healthy muffins and cakes.

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  2. Cupcakes are the one thing my kids love to bake and eat! I don't have the baking gene so most of the time we use prepacked cake mix!! I would love to get them to eat more healthier alternatives!

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  3. Pizzas are a great favourite. I think the best part is that by being creative, the pizzas have more veg on them then they would normally eat. Home-made makes for much healthier eating & I can ensure they are Gluten Free for Little Miss.

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  4. My daughters love to bake 'themed' foods with me.
    For example, at Eastertime, we bake hot cross buns, and a Maltese cake called figolla (my parents are Maltese). Then at Greek Easter, we bake traditional Greek Easter biscuits called koulouria as my hubby's Greek.
    On Valentines Day we bake cookies and shape them into love hearts; the older girls love giving them to their teachers and we give some to daddy too!
    We've also made things for Halloween, Anzac Day, and Christmas.
    It's great because they learn about the celebration too.

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  5. We cook up a batch of pikelets for my boys to take in their lunchbox. My boys love deciding what they will add to their pikelets each time, eg bananas, blue berries, choc chips etc

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  6. My niece is too young to "cook" but she loves to help wash vegies. I have a colander that stretches across the sink, she stands on a sturdy stool and gets to spray and wash like crazy! There's always a few bites missing from the carrots which pleases her mother very much as she has a hard time getting her to eat vegies at home.

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  7. My niece is too young to "cook" but she loves to wash the vegies. I have a colander that stretches across the sink, she stands on a sturdy stool and gets to spray and wash like crazy. There's always a few bites missing from the carrots and other vegies which pleases her Mum immensely, as she has a hard time getting her to eat vegies at home. She doesn't want to wash the vegies at home - she says it isn't as much fun as at Aunties! I think my adjustable "spray" tap is the novelty!

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  8. - My son loves to make cake-pops with me and his favourite part is decorating them with chocolate and sprinkles.

    -He loves to bake pizza with vegetable faces - where he uses broccoli for hair,zucchini n olive rounds for eyes,capsicum for nose and tomato lips .

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  9. Miss 12 recently discovered the blender, and has been making all different concotions on a Sunday night for desert. The most recent combination was a caramel and banana thickshake, with last weekend being a milo raspberry and mango smoothy. Sometimes we are scared to taste, but usually its a fun little sweet to finish off the weekend.

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  10. My kids love getting their aprons on, cutting up, mixing, stirring, rolling into balls and of course licking the bowl. Their favourite thing is to make gingerbread and create all sorts of characters and clothes with icing and lollies while decorating them!

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  11. My kids one 'created' a ham and chocolate 'cake' that never cooked firm. After the dog wouldn't eat that we have limited creativity to decorating for a while.

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  12. Picture a sushi train restaurant, and an assortment of sushi in different shapes & sizes. Now replace the Japanese chef with a toddler and a beautiful array of sushi with veges placed messily on bread and served on a Fisher-Price toy train. 'Creative', yes. Beautiful mmmm maybe not. :) But that's what my little miss likes to cook at the moment.

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  13. My daughter makes cupcakes, she likes to try her own "flavours". Most of the time even the other kids won't eat them, I'm starting to think she does this on purpose!

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  14. My daughter like to make cupcakes. She makes up her own "flavours". Most of the time the other kids won't even eat them,I starting to think she does this on purpose!

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  15. My 2 year old loves to 'help' me cook...as in I cook and he licks the spoon/bowl/plate clean!

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  16. My little one is not old enough to cook with me but he loves helping me pick fresh vegs from my small garden and eating all I cook for him.

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  17. My little one is not old enough to cook with me, but he loves helping me pick fresh vegs from my small garden and eating all I cook for him.

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  18. My daughter loves making her own California rolls. She's getting really good at it, and it's great because they're super-healthy.

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  19. Granddaughter is too young to be really creative in the kitchen but she loves eating the pancakes we make, as she has dropped in the chocolate bits as they were cooking!

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  20. Rachael Rowberry29 June 2013 at 08:44

    My boy 5 has always been in the kitchen with me, peeling, cutting, mixing. We love cooking Hummingbird cake it happens to be one of our favourites to make. Stays fresh and moist and gets better with age. :-)
    This weekend my Son has requested Jam drop biscuits, loves to roll them out, we will be making cupcakes and mini fruit cheesecakes (for a party). :-) He will be in the kitchen all day with me

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  21. My little girl loves making cupcakes
    She mixes the batter , making mess all over the place
    Most of the mixture ends up all over her face .

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  22. My daughter Emmy (8yrs) loves to bake choc chip cookies but they are really just cookies because we eat all the choc chips before hand.

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