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Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Fast & Fruity : Giveaway

I have a confession.

I have been known to buy those squeezy sachets of fruit and veg from the baby food aisle. 

For myself.

I figure it's a healthy snack on the run, right?

Given my guilty pleasure, I was keen to try out the latest offering on the puree market.



Fast & Fruity is all natural, with absolutely no added sugar.

And just to show off, it's also gluten free, with no added preservatives, sulphites or sodium.


I was sent the Fast & Fruity range with some suggested uses and recipes - and I was all like wait...what... you're not meant to just neck the packet in 5 seconds flat?

While that is an acceptable use, they're also great condiment style - like mixed in with porridge or natural yoghurt, or even added to DIY icy poles, cakes and muffins.

So much better than their tinned counterparts, as they're 100% fruit - no sugary, sickly sweet syrup.

Hot tip : They're also excellent in cocktails.  Mix vodka, ice, mineral water and a pouch of Fast & Fruity in the blender and hellooooo tropical cocktails quicker than you can say "has anyone seen the cocktail umbrellas and bendy straws?".

Fast & Fruity is available from Coles, mixing it with their inferior canned cousins.  Which is a total plus for people like me who normally skulk around the baby food aisle for their fix of pureed fruity goodness.

The giveaway

Thanks to Fast & Fruity, I not only have three fab prize packs in time for school holidays culinary creations, but they also supplied the competition blurb.

Check it out:

We all know how difficult it is to keep the kids amused throughout the school holidays – and more importantly, feed them with something nutritious and delicious!



With this in mind, Fast & Fruity, an all natural fruit pouch, have 3 ‘School Holidays Cooking Packs’ to giveaway. Fast & Fruity are a great tasting, pourable, 100% pure chunky fruit, with absolutely no added sugar or preservatives. They are perfect for whipping up yummy, healthy treats and having on hand to keep hungry kids happy with minimum fuss.



The School Holidays Cooking Pack will keep the kids busy with three recipes and some cooking essentials, so they can play chef in the kitchen and make Tropical Jelly Fruit Stacks, a Hummingbird Cake and Yummy Frozen Fruit Blocks. Fun and Yum!



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


For your chance to win one of three prize packs,  comment below with your favourite fruit flavour combination.

I'm asking for a friend.  A friend with dreams of becoming a professional cocktail mix master.

I'm a sucker for strawberry and lime and vodka myself.


Entries close midnight (WST) Sunday 23 June.



The fine print:
  • Competition is open to Australian residents only
  • One (1) entry per person
  • Entries close midnight (WST) Sunday 23 June
  • Three (3) prize packs will be awarded
  • Winners will be announced on the blog Monday 24 June
  • Winners have seven (7) days to respond before I concoct further fruity cocktails to console myself, conducting a re-draw in between telling everyone how much I love them.
 

 

UPDATE / EDIT  / WINNER WINNER CHICKEN DINNER (24th June) ....


Congratulations to the 3 prize pack winners.  Check your comment below to see if you were one of the winners.


Fast & Fruity / Freshfields are now on Facebook, so go check them out, just in case they decide to take me up on my suggested 'Adults Only' cocktail versions (with matching jelly shot sized portions too).



23 comments:

  1. My sister often uses products like this while she's competing in regattas. They'll have up to six races in a day and it's hard to get enough calories in that will sit happily in your stomach while your racing and these really fit the bill. Not just for kids!

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  2. My favourite combo would have to be kiwifruit, pineapple and apple.

    Cheers Sharon Fawcett

    (email: sharon7999@yahoo.com)

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  3. Definitely orange and mango! The taste of summer :) angieboylan12@gmail.com

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  4. Berry would be my fave I think :)
    bsparrow@iinet.net.au

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  5. My favourite fruit salad combo is "Mojito" - this is watermelon, mango and pineapple, all chopped up in a bowl and marinated with a dressing of lime, sugar, mint and white rum! Totally yummo! ;)

    ebakkalis@bigpond.com

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    1. You had me at mojito!

      Congratulations, you've won one of the prize packs!

      Check your email

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  6. I love pineapple and coconut!
    It makes me think of warm days on tropical islands, and that's the closest I will come for a while.
    leannerenehan@yahoo.com.au

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    1. And you had me at tropical island!

      Congratulations, you've won one of the prize packs.

      Check your email!

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    2. Thanks so much. It arrived today and not only looks like it will taste fantastic but smells so fruity...yum!

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  7. Loving Mango and Passionfruit at the moment. So refreshing.
    nzois@optusnet.com.au

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    1. One of my all time favourites too Nicole!

      Congratulations, you're one of the prize pack winners. Please check your email!

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  8. Golden peaches!
    hef117@gmail.com
    http://virginiabloggerclub.blogspot.com
    http://spunkyrealdeal.blogspot.com/

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  9. Strawberry and Banana - in yogurt, juiced or even as puree, it tastes divine!

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  10. I do love tropical combinations: pineapple, passionfruit and mango.

    marypres(AT)gmail(DOT)com

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  11. orange and mango yum!!

    saekae at bigpond dot net dot au

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  12. I love mango and passionfruit, absolutely summer on a plate!
    staceyshailer at yahoo dot com dot au

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  13. Blueberry & Raspberry. Just add blue curacao vodka & lemonade and I'm sure it would taste like a fruit tingle! ;)

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  14. My favourite fruit combination is pink grapefruit and pomegranate (possibly with elderflower and a splash of vodka...). Exotic, colourful and, because of the grapefruit element, you can pretend it's a weight loss drink!

    (Amy - doublea@live.com.au)
    Thanks :)

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  15. Cranberry, strawberry, blueberry and grape is wonderful!!

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  16. Orange and pink guava - yummy and refreshing!!!!

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  17. Apple and mango combination is always my favourite.
    lindtar@gmail.com

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  18. Mango, passionfruit and lemon is such a yummy combo, sweet and tart!

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  19. peaches and vanilla ... reminds me of summer holidays by the beach when I was a kid.

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