Giveaway: Win 30 Holland’s Pies And Stock Your Freezer!

The first giveaway of the year featured on Manchester Mummy is an absolute corker! I am already insanely jealous of what the winner will receive! No… not the van… however what the van delivers!

Holland's Pies Van

Fancy bagging yourself a freezer full of winter warmers? If so, you’ll love the latest competition in conjunction with Holland’s Pies. I’ve teamed up with the North’s favourite baker (and my Dad’s too) to provide a selection of 30 tasty pies, puds and pastries – the perfect choice for a February family feast.

If you don’t already know how much I love Holland’s Pies or you wish to find out about their new microwaveable pastry snacks, check out the latest review here!

Holland's Pies giveaway

First established back in 1851, Holland’s is a proper Lancashire baker with 166 years of baking under its belt. Today it produces over 1.2 million pies a week still using its secret traditional recipe and a unique shortcrust pastry that’s been passed down from generation to generation. It’s not just the taste that makes Holland’s a firm family favourite though. Ready to be cooked in a microwave or oven, the products are quick and convenient too. To stand a chance of winning these tasty treats simply enter the giveaway by using the Gleam entry form below!

Those interested in finding further information about Holland’s, or their local stockist, can visit www.HollandsPies.co.uk

Holland's Pies Giveaway

Giveaway ends at midnight on Sunday 19th February 2017.
Two winning entries will be drawn at random by Gleam.
The winners will be notified within 48 hours of the giveaway ending.
The winners will receive 30 x Holland’s Pies selection.
Open to UK residents only.
The prize is non-refundable and no cash alternative will be offered.

191 comments

  1. Sarah Lee says:

    I find that if i get the children involved with preparing dinner they seem to be more interested in what’s on their plate

  2. lynn heath says:

    Meat, Spuds and veggies with a decent gravy and us all around the dinning room table with no distractions! I love to see the kids eat well and clear their plates!

  3. Elizabeth Hinds says:

    Definitely sitting down together at the table with no distractions – it’s so nice to have that quality time together 🙂

  4. emma walters says:

    get the children involved in choosing and preparing the meal. if they are more interested in the food they will enjoy the whole experience more

  5. sarah mc says:

    All food served up in bowls on the table so everyone can help themselves…..and a curry, chilli or pie made with the leftovers the next day.

  6. Alison Johnson says:

    We cook from scratch 6 days a week (pizza wednesdays is an exception!) & we always try one new meal each week which is voted on by the family. Adding veg to every day meals also helps such as peas & sweetcorn to the rice.

  7. Marlene Stevens says:

    To sit down and eat together, no phones or tv on just the 3 of us, and we do this everyday. Traditional family values are so important.

  8. Laura Williams says:

    My tip is to have everyone round the table and chat about your day… doesn’t happen enough at my house – but it should do!

  9. ADEINNE TONNER says:

    My rule at every family meal is that we spend at least thirty minutes round the dining table together talking about our days without having electronic devices in the room.

  10. lorraine polley says:

    we all sit and eat dinner together, i usually do a nice roast if my grandchildren are visiting because that is there favourite meal

  11. Harline says:

    I love my pressure cooker and it makes meat so tender it’s my favourite cooking utensil so I know if I make a meat and potato pie my meat will be tender I’d recommend any house to have one

  12. Mary says:

    Everyone helps themselves from the middle of the table so no one is forced to eat what they don’t want.My children are teens.Family meals together in the evening without mobiles. TV never on a mealtimes.

  13. Kim K says:

    The meal should be made with healthy ingredients and especially include vegetable. It’s nice to have a small sweet treat after the meal.

  14. Emma Jackson says:

    You need patience and a sense of humour, no phones at the table and a simple fun game for afterwards to keep it light-hearted.

  15. Donna Clinton says:

    To enjoy a top family meal we always cook from scratch as taste and price is better.We also always eat around the table with no gadgets to distract anyone!

  16. Emily Hutchinson says:

    Definitely no mobile phones, and get everyone involved in making the food. They appreciate it more if they’ve helped!

  17. Holly Edmundson says:

    no technology is allowed, also in our house i always try and make it for 5 as if its left too late my daughters start to play up 🙂 x

  18. rebecca beesley says:

    try to have as many meals together as a family as possible – not always easy with work commitments etc but try to make a certain evening a family evening for eating all together

  19. Frances Heaton says:

    Eating something we all enjoy, such as a roast meal, and sitting down together and chatting about each others’ day.

  20. Paula Phillips says:

    Get everyone involved in making the dinner and setting the table. Sit down at the table together and chat about your day. Leave phones off the table.

  21. fern says:

    letting OH take over the cooking whilst me & the girls tidy up before hand so we can sit with no distractions and pay attention to eachother not our phones/tablets/toys

  22. Ian Campbell says:

    Always endeavour to have regular mealtimes sat at the dinnertable. It not only builds a routine, but everyone can also sit together, unwind and discuss their day. Win win!

  23. Laura Kevlin says:

    Try and have one or 2 extra sides so that if one of the kids doesn’t like something they will always have enough to eat but everyone eats or at least tries the same main dish

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