Christmas has come early and we have another prize pack to award from our Facebook competition!
Congratulations to Vikki S, from QLD.
Please check your email for confirmation of your prize.
We were so thankful for the support we received during our first Facebook competition that we decided one prize just wasn’t enough!
Congratulations to Rachel F from Victoria, Linda H from Western Australia, Caro J from Victoria and Zoe K from Western Australia – you’re our lucky runners up!
Some goodies from The Sugar Breakup, Ridiculously Delicious Peanut butter, the Muesli and Melinda’s Gluten Free Goodies are heading your way. Please check your email for confirmation of your prize.
Our first Facebook competition is drawing to an end, but don’t worry – you still have until tomorrow (Tuesday) 9pm AEDT to enter!
Head over to The Sugar Breakup Facebook page, give us a ‘like’ and enter the competition for your chance to win a great prize pack of assorted sugar-free goodies!
Whether you’re looking to start a sugar-free lifestyle or just want to try some new things, David Gillespie’s ‘The Sweet Poison Quit Plan Cookbook’ is so essential that we’re including a signed copy in the prize pack! We’ve used this cookbook to enjoy fructose free chocolate (among other things). ‘The Sweet Poison Quit Plan Cookbook’ will show you how giving up sugar doesn’t mean giving up your lifestyle.
We recently had a love affair with peanut butter. Our favourite peanut butter – Ridiculously Delicious Peanut Butter – is yet another part of the prize pack. We discovered that peanut butter has an interesting history and we tried our hand at an old favourite: peanut butter cookies!
Melinda Trembath shared her gluten-free story with us, which prompted us to consider if the gluten-free life is right for everyone. We’re giving away some of Melinda’s Gluten Free Goodies in the prize pack. This means the lucky winner will have the chance to whip up a batch of Melinda’s Gluten Free and Fructose Free Cupcakes.
The prizes don’t stop there! Taste Nirvana has joined the fun, offering up some of their delicious (and responsibly produced) coconut water that’s fructose free, fat, gluten and cholesterol free as well.
You’ll also nab some goodies from Kitz Living Foods, producers of activated nuts, crackers and snack bars that are gluten and dairy free.
So don’t delay! Competition entries close tomorrow! (Tuesday 5 November, at 9pm AEDT).
At The Sugar Breakup we love to use many elements of the coconut in our cooking. From coconut flour to coconut oil, and water, it is incredibly diverse. But there’s more to this humble fruit of the coconut palm than just eating.
Coconuts are an important crop in many parts of the world, providing many goods, in addition to symbolical significance in the countries where they are traditionally grown.
There is a use for virtually every part of a coconut and the tree in which it grows, including:
You’ve got to love a plant that can essentially meet all of your basic needs by providing food, shelter and even fabric for clothing! While we probably won’t be building a coconut house anytime soon (or at least not until we retire to Hawaii), we have been making good use of coconut water in our favourite smoothies, as well as enjoying the subtle tastes of coconut and coconut oil in our chocolate crackle spiders.
You can join us in our coconut water love affair by entering our Facebook competition for a chance to win some Taste Nirvana Real Coconut Water and other delicious goodies! Entries close on Tuesday, so don’t delay!
This snack was always one piece of white bread; never two, even when we begged because we were always starving, (sound familiar to parents out there?) with either jam, vegemite or peanut butter, our choice.
Yes, in the old days schools would feed you peanut butter!
As we grew older this tradition stayed and we would think nothing of having one or two pieces of bread slathered in a delicious sugary spread. The bread slices got bigger and the peanut butter and jams even sweeter.
Breaking this food tradition was one of the hardest things when we went sugar free.
So imagine our delight when we found a peanut butter made here in Australia that is sugar free and didn’t have any nasty hydrogenated oils added.
We actually found it at the local butcher and when asked was it any good, the butcher told us that for a snack, he would sneak out the back and eat it by the spoonful.
Here’s what the Ridiculously Delicious guys have to say about it:
A RECIPE SO OLD, IT’S NEW!
Australian golden roasted peanuts, ground to creamy smooth perfection and lightly salted. That’s it!
No sugars. No hydrogenated oils. No preservatives.
Just the non-stop thrill of peanut butter splendour.
Their peanut butter comes in Super Smooth and Chunky Crunch, and we fully agree it is absolutely delicious!
(please note: our Facebook competition finishes on Tuesday, November 5th)