Win a Bodum Food Mixer and a £50 Luxury Food Voucher from Forman & Field


Win a Bodum Food Mixer and a £50 Luxury Food Voucher from Forman & Field

Win prizes by telling us your favourite Easter treat

Tell us your favourite Easter food and you could win a Bodum food mixer worth £179.99 plus a £50 luxury food voucher from Forman & Field.

With Spring fast approaching, everyone’s looking forward to enjoying all the fun of the season. Hot cross buns, biscuits and of course, plenty of chocolate eggs; Easter is a time to indulge in all of our favourite sweet treats. With warmer weather on the way, there are plenty of reasons to celebrate with shops stocking plenty of options for picnics in the great outdoors.

Whether you’re planning a delicious roast dinner or enjoying your favourite cakes and scones, wouldn’t it be brilliant to have the springtime feast of your dreams this year? The new Easter range from Forman & Field can help you do just that with hand-sliced smoked salmon, speciality British cheeses and luxury chocolate selections making up just some of their offers for the Spring season.

Forman & Field have specialised in the best of British food for decades, bringing dishes and hampers unrivalled in quality straight to doors across the UK. Would you like to make this Easter one to remember with some amazing, locally-sourced treats?

To celebrate the launch of Forman & Field’s new Easter range, we’re offering you the chance to win a £50 voucher to spend on their website plus the chance to include this Bodum food mixer into your kitchen artillery! The Bodum mixer makes a stylish addition to any kitchen, providing endless options for cakes, cookies and much more. All you need to decide is which of your favourites to bake first!

How to enter

To be in with a chance of winning, simply follow the steps below. Each method is an additional entry:

• Tell us your favourite Easter treat in the comments below.

You can also like Forman and Field on Facebook (and let us know in the comments below)

• or tweet this message, commenting to confirm with your username

‘I’m in with a chance to #win a food mixer and voucher thanks to @FormanandField and @eatlikeagirl

Doing all three will increase your chances of winning, so the more entry options you take the better.

The closing date is Tuesday 15th April.

We look forward to hearing about your Easter favourites!

This competition was sponsored by Forman & Field


  1. It’s got to be the classic hot cross bun for me since they are only in stores for such a short period of time. I’ve never made them before though so think I will try and challenge myself to get a bit hot crossed and bothered making them from scratch this month!

  2. Kirsty R says

    My favourite Easter treats are the old fashioned shredded wheat chocolate nests with the tiny fuzzy yellow chicks and mini eggs inside!

  3. Definitely hot cross buns! Although this year I have decided to go with a Polish Easter tradition and make babka. (I’ve liked Forman & Field on Facebook).

  4. The old school shredded wheat and chocolate nests you used to make at school – with the fuzzy yellow chicks and mini eggs inside!

  5. Boutiquesoleil says

    Easter Bunny. Jointed wild rabbit, browned in butter or EVOO then lightly cooked in a shallow pan with added broth, white wine or dry sherry, garlic and white pepper. Serve garnished with fresh leafy green herbs, maybe a squeeze of lemon, and accompany with a mound of whichever spring vegetables look good – broad beans, carrots, string beans, peas, tiny potatoes, baby onions, mini turnips, watercress or radiashes maybe – steamed, raw, dressed or nude.

  6. Laura says

    Bread and butter pudding made with hot cross buns… Delicious!

  7. It’s not very fancy but on Easter Sunday I used to carefully crack open a chocolate egg and use one half of the egg as a bowl. Into the bowl I added cocopops cereal and then added creamy milk. I haven’t done it in a few years now mind. The epitome of chocolate Sunday!

  8. dickiegirl says

    Toasted hot cross buns with lashings of salted butter melting through them! (And obviously roast lamb with all the trimmings on Easter Sunday too!)

  9. Lisa Fletcher says

    Liked on Facebook and tweeted @LisaComping1972.
    My fave Easter treat is hot cross buns.

  10. Having just been lucky enough to have a meal at Forman’s Restaurant my new favourite is Pepper Encrusted Rump of Rhug Organic Salt Marsh Lamb with Bubble & Squeak and a Port Reduction! It was mouthwateringly meltingly delicious. If I could ever cook a piece of lamb that beautifully I’d be a very happy (Easter) bunny!!

  11. CAROL PATRICK says

    My favourite Easter treat is Simnel Cake – Mary Berry’s recipe is fab.

  12. Sarah Jane Jones says

    I love making Easter cupcakes and decorating them with the range of yummy chocolate eggs and bunnies that are available. This mixer would have come in very handy when making them for my children’s teachers this week. Thank you for running the competition.

  13. Sarah Jane Jones says

    Have followed you and F&F on Twitter and tweeted. I am @dougal1972.

  14. Helen G says

    I do love a hot cross bun, and surprisingly, I’m quite partial to a chocolate egg *cough*or four*cough* :)

  15. Ruth Toop says

    My favourite easter treat is an Easter Egg from Dorchester Chocolates, Poundbury, Dorchester

  16. Alice Toop says

    I don’t think my previous comment was posted :/
    My favourite easter treat is my mums homemade easter biscuits.
    I have liked Forman and Field on Facebook and I have tweeted the message (my twitter alipally103)

  17. I’m a savoury fan! Love a slow cooked leg of lamb with garlic and rosemary, roast spuds and veggies! Can’t beat it for Easter Sunday dinner! Followed up with an egg (or three!) – of the chocolate variety of course!

  18. Chocolate, Chocolate – Lindt Bunnies (totally different food group) more Chocolate. Lamb roast with all the trimmings a massive sloshing of red wine and possibly a chocolate bunny to finish! Tweeted at @ whtcarriethinks

  19. Lynn Doe says

    My favourite treat for Easter Is a lovely full leg of lamb for our Easter Roast, I love to use the oil and juices from the lamb to cook my roast potatoes in, they have the most amazing taste.
    As lamb is so expensive its a meat we only get for a treat, so I am really looking forward to it. And of course the day wouldn’t be complete without a hot cross bun or two later for supper, toasted and dripping with butter :)

  20. Matt drew says

    Without doubt, peerless Bavarian Marzipan Easter Shapes….eggs, bunnies or chicks!

  21. How to choose?! Greek style lamb with lemon, garlic and oregano followed by Lindt Chocolate Bunnies!

Over to you! Your comments - I would love to hear from you :)