Your Chance to Win a Ferrero Easter Gift Box

April 20th, 2011


The post was sponsored by Ferrero.

The ANZAC Day and Easter long weekend are just around the corner. For me, this weekend will involve spending time with friends and family, working in the garden and picking which roses I’d like to plant, cooking of course (choc chip hot cross buns are on the list), and lastly, eating chocolate Easter eggs!!! Oh and might I add, I hope to relax a little too 🙂 Hopefully I will get a chance to read everyone’s blogs which I have been unfortunately missing out on recently.

Being so close to Easter, I was sent some of Ferrero’s new Ferrero Eggs to try, and even better, the chance for one of my readers to win a Ferrero Easter Gift Box. I was happy to see my favourite feature of the Ferrero Rocher chocolates were included in the Ferrero Eggs – the creamy hazelnut filling, which was surrounded by wafer and milk chocolate.

The Ferrero Easter Gift Box and many other Gift boxes can be purchased on the Ferrero Boutique website.

There are three prizes to be won – the Ferrero Easter Gift Box featuring a packet of 10 Ferrero Eggs together with the Ferrero Collection Bunny, Rocher Egg Gift Box and a box of Ferrero Rocher and Ferrero Rondnoir, all wrapped in a beautiful brown gift box, and two packs of Ferrero Eggs for the second and third prize.

For your chance to win one of these prizes, please answer the following question as a comment below:

What is your favourite treat to make or buy over the Easter break?

The competition will end at 5pm Tuesday 26th April 2011. The winners will be chosen by myself and Ferrero and notified by email for their address. The prize will only be sent within Australia.

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10 Comments

  1. Emma says:

    my favorite thing to make is this delicious lemon mousse, served with pavlova and fresh fruit. best thing evaar…

  2. Zoe says:

    My favourite thing to do is after Easter! IF there is any chocolate left I like to melt it down and dip fruit (to make it seem healthy) into the chocolate. Chocaliciousssssssssssssss!!!

  3. Khang says:

    During easter, i love to make creme brulee. When all my friends and family come over to my home my sister and i like to make creme brulee for them to eat. We use the recipe which was presented on masterchef and everybody loves it! i also like to buy some chocolate and melt it and dip marshmallows and strawberrys and bananas in. thats usually what everybody tries to eat before its gone. I usually make my favourite chocolate brownies too. My own recipe. And last year, easter came on the day of my bestfriends 12th birthday, so i made him all of the above treats. HE LOVED IT! 😀

  4. Lara says:

    Warm hot cross buns stuffed with melted gooey chocolate Easter eggs!!! – Fererro chocolate Easter eggs of course 😉
    YUUUUUMMM!!!!

  5. Madeleine says:

    Bread and butter pudding with left over hot cross buns! It’s egg-xcellent!!

  6. Those were the chocolate eggs that I’ve been searching for! I remember seeing a new egg variety online somewhere but somehow got mixed up with Lindt! Thanks! Now I gotta find these as they look so good!

    I like making hot cross buns

  7. Eileen says:

    Favourite thing to buy??? Ummmm CHOCOLATE!!!!! What else??? It’s the only time of the year when chocolate miraculously becomes completely calorie free and you can indulge to your heart’s content!
    Chocolate eggs, cream filled chocolate eggs, chocolate filled chocolate eggs…. speaking of Eggs…Why did the Easter Bunny have to fire the duck? Because he kept quacking all the eggs! 🙂

  8. Katie says:

    I love to buy marshmallow hot cross buns, but I’ve also recently discovered hot cross bun french toast which is possibly one of the yummiest things ever!

  9. Veronica says:

    During Easter, my son would always ask me to make a little something for him to take to his friends. As far as the little ones are concerned they are just happy to receive a basket full of toys or sweets. =)
    My favourite treat to make for the kids are chocolate nests made of cornflakes and fill them up with colourful jelly beans and mini chocolate eggs. You definitely will see that unusual sparkle in their eyes which is priceless!

  10. Barbara says:

    Well, I can drool, can’t I??

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