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Father’s Day gift idea – hamper review plus giveaway

Guess what lovely item I have received free to review?

Prestige hamper unboxing

Prestige hamper unboxing

Yes it is a gorgeous hamper. When I unpacked it, I discovered all the following goodies, carefully packed in an attractive tray. Not even a single cracker was broken, which shows how much care was taken. I was also impressed to read the leaflet detailing their environmental packaging policy. And delivery was super speedy too.

Prestige hamper unboxing

The contents were:-
Primera Luz Chile Sauvignon Blanc Wine 75cl
Simply Cornish Clotted Cream, Apple & Blackberry Shortbread 200g
Crunch Craving Fruit & Nut Mix
Grate Britain Cheddar Crackers 45g
Linden Lady Handmade Luxury Florentines
Oloves Basil & Garlic Natural Green Pitted Olives 30g

Shortbread from Prestige Hampers

Plus the Shortbread, Crackers and Florentines are all handmade and utterly delicious. Just the sort of thing you never buy for yourself but are always delighted to receive.

Crackers from Prestige Hampers

Florentines from Prestige Hampers

This hamper is from Prestige Hampers who offer a wide range of gifts from letterbox size right through to huge wicker picnic baskets, full of tempting treats. And they have something suitable for every occasion.

So with Father’s Day just round the corner, how about taking a look. Certainly the Dad in our household gave the thumbs up to all the treats in our hamper.

You may see their Father’s Day range here.
https://www.prestigehampers.co.uk/fathers-day

There are hampers with sweet treats, cheese, fruit, wine, beer and various spirits to name but a few. And you can add a personal message.

The hamper I received was from their luxury range and is called a Tray of Delights. It currently retails for £34.99 and can be ordered for next day delivery.

Although this particular hamper includes products containing nuts, some of the range are nut-free. And they do cater for a range of other dietary requirements including gluten free, diabetic and vegan.

And I’m hosting a rafflecopter competition to giveaway a gorgeous hamper just like the one I received, courtesy of Prestige Hampers to 1 lucky winner.

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a Rafflecopter giveaway – Please click on the link to enter.

And you may see my other giveaways here.

I’d love to hear your ideas of goodies to include in a hamper.

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Disclosure. This post includes a review of a product that I received for free. All opinions are my own.

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The boys do Christmas baking!

We have a family tradition that the boys decorate boxes and then fill them with tasty homemade goodies as Christmas presents for their grandparents and cousins.

Making marzipan sweets

Making marzipan sweets

This year we did white chocolate shapes made on a mould from an old advent calender, marzipan stuffed dates, coloured marzipan shapes, popcorn and then they chose to make chocolate fudge from a recipe in a book they bought me for my birthday. The recipe was for a very large quantity to fill a 20cm x 30cm baking tray, so I reduced it to make two thirds of the quantity. Even so, we had some spare for ourselves and it was delicious. I adapted the recipe as I didn’t have any unsalted butter and I also chose to add cream. I’m sharing the adapted recipe here.


Chocolate fudge

Chocolate Fudge

Ingredients

800g granulated sugar
175 ml milk
75 ml cream
75g margarine
350g dark chocolate
1 tsp vanilla extract

Method

Grease a 20 x 30 cm baking tin and line with greaseproof paper.
Prepare an ice-water bath.
Break the chocolate into small pieces.
Put the sugar, milk, cream and margarine in a large pan.
Cook over a moderate, stirring constantly until the sugar is dissolved and margarine melted.
Stop stirring and bring mixture to the boil.
Without stirring, cook at a slow boil for about 10 minutes.
Stir in the chocolate.
Immediately place the pan in the ice-water bath for a few seconds.
Stir in the vanilla extract.
Pour into the tin and leave to cool.
Remove from the tin and cut into pieces.
Store in an airtight container.
Serve and enjoy.

chocolate fudge

homemade Xmas goodies

Do you make any Christmas gifts? If so, I’d love to hear what you make.

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