Win a Set of ProCook Crystal Champagne Saucers

December 17, 2018

We’re now half way through the 12 Days of Christmas Giveaways and it’s only a week until Christmas Eve. How?! Day Six and today’s prize is to Win a Set of ProCook Crystal Champagne Saucers as seen in my Festive Gift Guide: For Her. I’m excited to have partnered with ProCook on today’s giveaway. This is another great item to have if you entertain quite a lot or just enjoy a glass of fizz every now and then. The Crystal Glasses are also pretty perfect for serving desserts in. I can imagine having a Chocolate Mousse or Eton Mess served in one of these.

Win a Set of ProCook Crystal Champagne Saucers - Rachel Nicole UK Blogger Win a Set of ProCook Crystal Champagne Saucers - Rachel Nicole UK Blogger Win a Set of ProCook Crystal Champagne Saucers - Rachel Nicole UK Blogger Win a Set of ProCook Crystal Champagne Saucers - Rachel Nicole UK Blogger

To be in with a chance of winning the Set of ProCook Crystal Champagne Saucers, all you have to do is enter via the Rafflecopter widget below. The giveaway will be open for 14 days and will close midnight on the 31st December 2018. A winner will be contacted at random and they will have 28 days to claim the prize. The competition is open worldwide, you must be 18+, no cash alternative is available. A massive thank you to ProCook for partnering with me on this giveaway.

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Good Luck to everyone entering! Don’t forget you can enter daily by tweeting about the giveaway. I’ll back back tomorrow with Day 7 of the 12 Days of Christmas Giveaways. In the meantime, feel free to check out the previous giveaways which are still live. I’ll list them all below!

Day One: Win a Lancome Big Monsieur Giftset

Day Two: Win a Giant Wax Lyrical Candle Jar

Day Three: Win a Rose Gold ADEXE London Watch

Day Four: Win a pair of Silver Tickets to This Morning Live 2019 in Birmingham

Day Five: Win a 9 Piece VonShef Cocktail Set

XOXO
101 comments so far.

101 responses to “Win a Set of ProCook Crystal Champagne Saucers”

  1. Ashleigh Allan says:

    Christmas pudding

  2. Solange says:

    I love Pigs in Blankets.

  3. Margaret Gallagher says:

    Homemade Christmas cake

  4. Irena Matković says:

    A cabbage rolls

  5. Kevin Honey says:

    Roast Turkey and stuffing

  6. iain maciver says:

    love Pigs in Blankets

  7. Hannah Wood says:

    Sprouts 🙂

  8. Adrian Bold says:

    My favourite thing is Pigs in Blankets.

  9. T Brailey says:

    I love pork crackling which I tend to eat whilst dishing up the Christmas dinner ssssh

  10. Ursula Hunt says:

    I love the pigs in blankets

  11. Sheri Darby says:

    Mince Pies. I cannot resist them

  12. ElizM says:

    The first home made mince pies of the Christmas season are always a special moment.

  13. Karen Barrett says:

    Christmas Pudding with Brandy sauce

  14. Sophie Roberts says:

    Christmas pudding!

  15. Amanda tanner says:

    Cold meats on boxing day with pickles and mashed potatoes

  16. Sadiyya Maryam says:

    Chocolate Christmas Yule Log 😊Delicious!

  17. Rachel Craig says:

    Trifle.

  18. Peter Watson says:

    Roast goose is my favourite thing to eat at Christmas.

  19. Ruth Harwood says:

    I do love stuffing!!

  20. Charlotte says:

    mine is sherry trifle 😛

  21. Carolyn E says:

    Pickled walnuts , I know it’s a little controversia, but once I tried them, I got hooked!

  22. Angela treadway says:

    pigs in blankets lol x

  23. Susan B says:

    Christmas is about the only time I make and enjoy proper homemade trifle and pavlova.

  24. Carole Nott says:

    Mince pies with cream

  25. Carrie-Anne Brown says:

    chocolate log 🙂

  26. Carol Thomas says:

    Christmaa pudding with clotted cream for me. Ì love it

  27. Sheena Batey says:

    I love all the accompaniments such as pigs on blankets and the chestnut stuffing

  28. Caroline Hunter says:

    I love Roast turkey with pigs in blankets, soooo tasty!

  29. Nikki Stewart says:

    I love the traditional christmas dinner, I look forward to it all year! x

  30. Rich Tyler says:

    Yule Log!

  31. Jackie Howell says:

    mince pies

  32. Fiona K says:

    Mince Pies

  33. Rebecca Nisbet says:

    All the chocolate we get given!

  34. Gemma Middleton says:

    My brother in laws amazing homemade stuffing is my favourite at Christmas.

  35. Judy Kennedy says:

    panettone

  36. Katie B says:

    Pigs in blankets!

  37. Angie McDonald says:

    Has to be Mint sauce crispy roasted potatoes!

  38. Lorna Ledger says:

    Bread sauce, made by my mum, wow! could drink it 😉

  39. Katie Skeoch says:

    Has to be turkey with gravy & goose fat potatoes

  40. Eileen Sumner says:

    Chocolate

  41. Fiona jk42 says:

    very difficult choice. I love roast potatoes, sprouts and cranberry sauce, and I also love Christmas pudding, Christmas cake and mince pies.

  42. Arabella Bazley says:

    Right at this moment it has to be Christmas pudding, because I was too full to eat any yesterday!

  43. Catherine Gregory says:

    Roast potatoes with lots of gravy

  44. ZARA says:

    I love all the Christmas Tradition meals and food but I adore Christmas Log-it is a delicious treat! 🙂

  45. Annaloa Hilmarsdottir says:

    Christmas pudding with cream and brandy sauce yum

  46. Natalie Gillham says:

    Pigs in blankets x

  47. Isobelle Suzanna Forde says:

    Leftover meat trimmings from dinner eaten at about 9pm on a sandwich! I never enjoy the dinner until later as I’m usually cooking! But a sarnie with a bit of cold cuts and mustard mayo is heaven

  48. Jo m welsh says:

    Homemade Christmas cake is something I always look forward to

  49. NinaB says:

    Roast Turkey Dinner

  50. Allan Fullarton says:

    Roast potato cooked in duck fat.

  51. Dawn F says:

    I love my mum-in-law’s homemade chocolate Christmas pudding!

  52. I look forward to my nut roast

  53. Christine Caple says:

    Turkey dinner

  54. Julia Kerr says:

    I would happily live on my dad’s roast potatoes and gravy

  55. Pam Francis Gregory says:

    Pigs in Blankets

  56. Allan Wilson says:

    The cheese course

  57. Robyn Clarke says:

    Pigs in the blankets inside a yorkshire pudding

  58. Rachael Sexey says:

    Pigs in blankets yummy 💋

  59. Kim M says:

    Pigs in blankets with cranberry sauce x

  60. Kristin Burdsall says:

    Chestnuts!

  61. olivia Kirby says:

    The turkey dinner with all the trimmings, delicious

  62. Kelly Hirst says:

    Turkey, stuffing and cranberry sandwiches

  63. JULIE WARD says:

    Anything thats put on my plate if someone else makes it

  64. Troy Easton says:

    Love Pigs in Blankets

  65. Claire Elizabeth Noke says:

    Brussel Sprouts with bacon and garlic … A.M.A.Z.I.N.G !

  66. Elizabeth Smith says:

    Stolen bread, Christmas cake, anything with marzipan basically!

  67. paula cheadle says:

    Christmas pudding with whisky sauce/cream

  68. Cassie Shaw says:

    Im all about mince pies and custard!

  69. Emily Smith says:

    Christmas cake

  70. Kim Lam says:

    The honey mustard roast ham

  71. Peggy rossiter says:

    Sprouts!

  72. cheryl hadfield says:

    It has to be pigs in blankets

  73. Theresa Thomas says:

    Mince Pies

  74. Zoe Graham says:

    a full roast!

  75. Carol Boffey says:

    sprouts

  76. Jo Young says:

    Chocolate Yule Log

  77. Annabel Greaves says:

    Pigs in blankets

  78. Rebecca Powell says:

    Bubble and squeak

  79. Lisa Everaert says:

    Pigs in Blankets, love them.

  80. Anthea Holloway says:

    Christmas cake – made by me in October and fed regularly after that with brandy and then marzipanned and white iced and decorated before Christmas.

  81. Tracy Nixon says:

    My mam’s Christmas dinner – turkey with all the trimmings!

  82. Elizabeth Yeates says:

    Cheese

  83. James Travis says:

    Mince pies

  84. Jo Carroll says:

    Unfortunately…it’s the same favourite thing as all the year around – too much chocolate!

  85. Tracy Hanson says:

    I love all the PARTY FOOD, so you get a variety of starters (we had some on Christmas Day), as I can never make my mind up on just the one. Also the desserts too. Think I could sometimes skip the main.

  86. Claire Matthews-Curtis says:

    Apart from pigs in blankets…..Cheese, Cheese and more cheese

  87. LEE HARDY says:

    Sprouts

  88. Megan Kinsey says:

    I love really good homemade stuffing

  89. Sage and onion stuffing but I also love marzipan naughty but nice. Thanks for the fab comps and wishing you a very happy New year

  90. zoe brown says:

    roast potatoes and gammon

  91. Lucy Carter says:

    Mince Pies

  92. Amy Dickson says:

    I love all the snacks over the festive period. Could spend the whole day with savoury snacks 😍🤤

  93. Kim Neville says:

    Chocolate Yule log

  94. laura stewart says:

    has to be mince pies 🙂

  95. Danielle Cresswell says:

    Homemade boozy Christmas cake

  96. Kirsty Woods says:

    It has to be Christmas dinner, turkey and loads of veg

  97. Amy Jo McLellan says:

    I love the roast dinner with all the trimmings but I eat similar throughout the year. For Christmas ‘exclusive’ food, I choose stollen – drool!

  98. I love a cheeseboard on Christmas Eve!

  99. Georgie Wright says:

    Home made mince pies!

  100. Tee Simpson says:

    I love to eat mince pies

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