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{Review + Giveaway} Tefal Cook4Me

This post is sponsored by Nuffnang I have recently been trying the NEW Tefal Cook4Me.  The Cook4Me allows you to cook fast and easy meals for 2 to 6 people.  Using the button you are guided through a selection of 85 programmed recipes suitable for any occasion, tuna mornay for an easy weeknight dinner, curries for […]

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  • Claire Seears

    Corned Silverside done in the slow cooker with a mustard and mushroom creamy sauce, mash sweet potato, corn and carrotsReplyCancel

  • Narelle Rock

    I love making a big hearty casserole in winter, full of tender meat, carrots, potatoes, cauliflower and broccoli, on the side I also love to make a fresh soda bread, crusty outside, warm inside, soaks up the juices perfectly!ReplyCancel

  • Catherine Langdon-Cruse

    Beef Casserole using beef flavouring and home made tomato sauce, with any variety of vegies you like – servied with mashed potato, rice, or turned into a pie!ReplyCancel

  • Amanda Hemetsberger

    My favourite winter meal is roast beef with roasted vegetables because it’s warm, filling and cooked all together which is a great time saverReplyCancel

  • Tee Geez

    i love pea and ham soup in the slow cooker – I put chunky bits of ham, potatos and carrots in so it is like a stew!ReplyCancel

  • McWato

    My favourite winter meal is corned silverside with lots of mashed potato and vegetables, especially cabbage. All of this has to be covered in white sauce.ReplyCancel

  • Emma

    One of my favourite winter meals, all time meals actually, is a nice roast lamb with italian herb potato & sweet potatoes and steamed vegies. And of course don’t forget the homemade gravy and dinners rolls yum yum yum. Always reminds me of home even though I haven’t lived at home for 15 years!!ReplyCancel

  • Laura McColl

    I would say my favourite winter recipe would have to be Lasagne as the whole family loves it and you can basically chuck whatever veggies you want in there and you can’t tell they’re in there :)ReplyCancel

  • cnkalways

    My favourite winter meal is a simple slow cooked beef stew like my Mum used to make! Throw in the meat, potatoes, carrots, beans, onions, garlic, some sauces & gravy and cook it up! Warming and comforting .. sopping up the gravy with soft slices of fresh bread and butter – Absolute yumminess!ReplyCancel

  • Michelle Toms

    I love Lamb Shanks on mash. Perfect winter meal in this houseReplyCancel

  • Melissa B

    Oh my goodness I so need one of these. Will help to inspire me to cook more wonderful dishes and take out all the guess work! One of my favourite winter meals would have to be a chicken and mushroom risotto. It’s so warm, hearty and filling there’s no room for more. I really want (no need) one of these machines :)ReplyCancel

  • S Gibbons

    Yummy slow cooked indian curry served with rice and homemade naan bread. Delicious!ReplyCancel

  • Michelle Clarke

    My fave winter meal is corned silverside, with cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, onions, carrots and potatoes all cooked in the yummy cider vinegar and brown sugar stock that the meat is cooked in, served with homemade seeded mustard white sauce. I always cook more than needed so we can enjoy the leftovers the next day, but somehow my kids ALWAYS find out and drop in, just in time to eat… I rarely get to have any for lunch the next dayReplyCancel

  • Chef Chelle

    My favourite winter meal is a good hearty roast with ‘pub’ gravy. With 1 tradie and 2 shift workers to please -at different mealtimes- it’s a struggle to find something quick that can feed all of them when they need it.ReplyCancel

  • Amanda Nellist

    My husband loves a winter stew! He loves lamb shanks, or beef burgandy the most. Like Catherine said…..we often use our left overs to make pies or faffles.ReplyCancel

  • Jen Fidler

    Wow! This looks amazing. Genius

    My winter fav is slow cooked curry.

    Especially good when you’re not feeling well. The hot flavours open up your senses allow you to breathe properly when all congestedReplyCancel

  • daleandkate0379

    I love Golden Syrup Dumplings in winter :) its a fave with everyone hereReplyCancel

  • Andrea von B

    my favourite winter recipe is my chicken stew. Saute leek, chicken thighs, carrots and celery. Cover with chicken stock and cook til all lovely! serve with mashed potato or brown rice!ReplyCancel

  • Teneal-Lee Sims

    My favorite winter meal is my mums stew and dumplings because make me feel all fuzzy and warm inside. My mouth is salivating just thinking about it!ReplyCancel

  • 67dwatt

    gotta love ‘Nonna’s pasta’.. chop rump steak into pieces, add sliced onions & garlic, add canned tomatoes, assorted pastes & sauces (eg, bbq, sweet chilli, tomato sauce etc.) & water and slow cook for 4 hours. Serve with homemade pasta (we usually have fettacinni but it doesn’t matter how u have it) and sprinkle with parmesan cheese.. The meat has literally melted into little ribbons & it all melts in your mouth…. YUMM!!!!ReplyCancel

  • Laura Daniels

    Fast and easy bolognaise or jaffle mince. I cook bulk amounts of diced carrot, celery and onion with garlic, parsley, rosemary, salt and pepper in olive oil. Then freeze them into zip lock bags. When we come home cold but want a fast cheap warming meal I brown mince, add the frozen mix and pureed tomato. If there are kids sleeping over they love it when I add honey, bbq sauce and tomato sauce too. Best winter meal ever.ReplyCancel

  • Nicole McClelland

    My favourite winter staple meal is my chicken, bacon, vegetable and pasta soup with homemade crunchy bread with garlic butter. It’s so good when you feel like your getting sick and i usually put it the fridge for the next days lunch.ReplyCancel

  • Sally Lane

    My favourite meal in winter is a slow cooked curry, put it on in the morning and come home to a wonderful meal and the house smells amazing!!ReplyCancel

  • Jennie

    My favourite is my mum’s chicken soup she has made it since I was a kid but I never enjoyed it until I tried it a few years ago and now it’s eaten every week.. It’s cheap and easy to make and since it’s only me at home I have plenty of leftovers in the freezer for later!ReplyCancel

  • v_starling

    osso bucco! definitely!ReplyCancel

  • Tracey Stevens

    My favourite winter recipe would normally be beef stroganoff as it is moist, hearty and a great comfort meal. But now, I would have to say it is Harira Soup – a delicious Moroccan dish. You can add chicken or no meat. I choose to add 2 lamb shanks which are mouth watering … Mmmmmm :D I generally add it all into my slow cooker and leave it … if I can. lol

    Ingredients are:

    1/2 cup (100g) dried chickpeas

    1/4 cup (50g) dried yellow split peas

    1/4 tsp saffron threads

    2 tbs extra virgin olive oil

    1 onion, finely chopped

    1/4 tsp coriander seeds

    1 tsp ground cumin

    1/2 tsp ground cinnamon

    1/2 bunch coriander, 3 roots finely chopped, leaves roughly chopped

    2 lamb shank or leg bones (with some meat left on), halved (ask your butcher to cut)

    2 x 400g canned chopped tomatoes

    1 carrot, cut into 1cm cubes

    1L (4 cups) chicken stock

    1/4 cup (50g) whole green (Puy) lentils (see note)

    1 tbs lemon juice

    Lebanese bread, to serveReplyCancel

  • Jody Coomer

    My husbands Chilli Chicken Fettuccini…Not only does it taste AMAZING, but I’m not “allowed” to cook it so get the night off!ReplyCancel

  • Therese

    My favourite winter staple is home-made pumpkin soup. My little 5yo loves it so it is guaranteed to be eaten and you can always make enough for another meal or two. When time permits I like home made bread with it but often buy the bake at home rolls for a tasty, warmin accompaniment.ReplyCancel

  • Samantha

    slow cooked goat shoulderReplyCancel

  • Megan Griffin

    My family’s fav in winter is chicken and mushroom risotto with home made bread rolls. My kids practically lick their plates clean :)ReplyCancel

  • Tina

    home made pumpkin soup would have to be my favourite winter meal :)ReplyCancel

  • Yvette Papavasiliou

    We make pastitsio Greek dish, very nice!! I will post the recipe one day.ReplyCancel

  • AmandaMay

    Shephards Pie. NOM NOM NOM xReplyCancel

  • Sabina Caruso

    I love cooking a whole Chicken making the Broth with Carrots, Celery, Onions, etc. The next day using the cooked Chicken, make a White Sauce with the Broth and Rice Flour, adding cooked Carrots, some Peas, Fresh Parsley. Served with Rice. The Broth can be used either by itself or adding more Vegetables. This a dish my Mother use to make, to this day is still my favourite Dish. Its economical, tasty and good for you.ReplyCancel

  • Rebecca McCrae

    Slowed cooked Lamb Shanks & Vegies with Mashed Potato and Sweet Potato. The meat is so tender and falls of the bone, add that with the vegies and sauce over the creamy dreamy mash and you have a wonderful winter warmer that all the family will love.ReplyCancel

  • Vanessa

    A good farmhouse stew :-) what an awesome machine!ReplyCancel

  • Evon Johnson

    Curry chicken in the slow cooker with brown rice and heaps of vegies … makes the house smell so nice on a cold day and the whole family loves it which is a big plus!!!ReplyCancel

  • Mel Atterbury

    I love a good pumpkin soup with crusty bread in winter. What I REALLY love about the pumpkin soup though is when I top it with Rice Bubbles, even my fussy toddler will eat it ;)ReplyCancel

  • Jennifer

    This machine looks so user friendly, my husband will have no excuses about ‘not knowing how to cook’ :) My favourite winter recipe is Slow Cooked Lamb Shanks with mint marinade.ReplyCancel

  • Christine Farran

    Simply love Lamb, red wine and rosemary casserole recipe. It can be used with any cut of lamb and any amount of vegetables. Depending upon my mood I either serve with side vegetables or throw all in together.ReplyCancel

  • Sharyn

    roasted pumpkin soup on a cold winter day with a chunk of warm crusty bread and even maybe some parmesan cheese melted onto to the bread yummo!!ReplyCancel

  • Melinda Kiss

    My favourite winter meal is creamy bacon and mushroom pasta. Yum :-)ReplyCancel

  • Louise

    I LOVE LOVE LOVE a warm hearty slow cooker chicken curry. I need this machine. I LOVE food but cant cook. Please pick me. My husband and family would really appreciate GOOD meals from me :)ReplyCancel

  • Kim

    Beef strogonoff!!! with lots of sweet potato mash!! what a belly warmer!!ReplyCancel

  • Mindo Koerber

    Vegetarian lasagna, a great way to hide (???) lots and lots of veggie for my 3yo “hate all veggies” daughter.ReplyCancel

  • Kyla M

    My Favourite winter meal is Stew and Yorkshire Puddings with Mash Potato and I still cook it in my Nannas 40+ year old Pressure CookerReplyCancel

  • Cheryl Gadsby

    I do love cooking in winter…..curried sausages is the dish for me.
    My Dear Mother used to cook it up on Sunday night for tea.
    Its become a family favourite, husband and kids wipe plates clean.
    Only thing to make it better would be have “Tefal”….Cook4Me!!ReplyCancel

  • Lisa Harvey

    Our family of 6 favourite meal is my tasty thai chicken curry, it is the one pot wonder and has wowed many taste buds over the years, the kids, now young adults love it, i use 2kg of thighs or breas,t whatever is on special, diced potatoes, onion, peas, coconut cream, and my pick of green or red thai curry paste. slow cook for 4-6 hrs and it is delicious. Served with rice and papodaums, banana tossed in shredded coconut. works a treat on a cold winters day,or any day for that matter.ReplyCancel

  • Amie Lanchbury

    My favorite is my Grannies steak pie slow cooked meat and sausages in the oven, then using the juices to make the gravy, all put into an old fashioned ashet pastry put on top then cook til golden brown served with mash potato and minted green mushy peas. the whole house smells like my grannies brings back so many memories and i am going to teach my daughters this so they can have there memories too.ReplyCancel

  • Domenica

    My favourite recipe is anything cooked by somebody else, so the Tefal Cook4Me sounds perfect ;)ReplyCancel

  • cinnamon dorn

    My favourite would have to be chicken in cheese and mustard sauce on rice so easy to make and so yummy but cant have it to often because its fattening .Strip a roast chook and then make a rich cheese sauce add sweet mustard sauce and then pop the chicken into the sauce when nice and warm pop on top of a bed of rice yumm my sons favourite tooReplyCancel

  • Sarah


    Melt in your mouth, tomato-y goodness. Slow cooked. Herbs. Garlic.
    A glass of red. Creamy mashed potatoes. Baby peas and carrots.
    A roaring fire. Family.

    This is my favourite winter meal, for sure!ReplyCancel

  • Bronwyn

    The best tasting meal at winter is something my husband will do instead of me cooking but he will usually cook prawn linguine. So tasty when someone else cooksReplyCancel

  • Stephanie Veljanovska

    I Love Potato and Leek Soup with Crusty Sourdough Bread.Its Easy to Make, Comforting, The Family all Love it even the Toddler!! and it Reminds me of My Childhood.ReplyCancel

  • Petra

    Definitely a soup, chicken and corn chowder…..yummoo.ReplyCancel

  • dani mccreery

    Our favourite winter recipe is Chicken & Leek pie….YUM!!ReplyCancel

  • ntbeetle

    I love home made spicy pumpkin soup on a cold winters day, but sadly fussy Miss six & Mr three don’t like it. Winning the awesome Tefal Cook4Me would allow me to make two servings at a time.ReplyCancel

  • Nikki McWhinney

    Our family favourite is Pea & Ham soup. So cheap and easy to make. There is nothing nicer than a thick and delicious bowl of this soup with a nice crusty bread roll. It’s a winner for our family of 6!ReplyCancel

  • Michelle Suckling

    My favourite winter meal is beef or chicken and red wine casserole. The kids love the chicken more and it is easy for them to eat. Easy to freeze and reheat too.ReplyCancel

  • Bhavna S

    Moroccan Harissa Chicken for the spicy stew curry warm’s my families bellie’s and hearts! :)ReplyCancel

  • Samantha Stevanoski

    My favourite winter meal is slow cooked silver side with white sauce! It reminds me of being little and it is my ultimate comfort food. My mum still makes it for me when I visit for dinner.ReplyCancel

  • Sue T

    Home made Beef Pie with mashed potatoes and vegetables. We love this as it is one meal I don’t have any complaints from the kids :)ReplyCancel

  • Kristy

    Tomato soup with bread. It’s simple but on a cold overcast day in canberra it’s like a warm hug for your insides :)ReplyCancel

  • Jojo

    Something warm that brings back some great childhood memories is shepherds pie, with the mashed potato on top in peaks that brown up so nice and crunchy.ReplyCancel

  • Eilen Seah-Wong

    my favourite is a hot bowl of mushroom soap with crusty garlic bread.ReplyCancel

  • wendyhatton

    I didn’t realise these machines could cook things like tuna mornay and bread & butter pudding. Fantastic. I’m not all that enthusiastic about cooking so love the all in one kind of meal- a lamb casserole with lots of chunky veges is right there at the top of the list.ReplyCancel

  • Val

    A giant piece of warm sticky date pudding! On a truly cold night, it is fine to eat dessert as a main! ReplyCancel

  • althea

    curried chicken made with carnation milk and tomato soup! is my kids favourite and a definate warm me up on a cold night…and always taste better the next day.ReplyCancel

  • Sahrita Williams

    Curried sausages with mash potatoes and veggies, I’m not a good cook at all but I have mastered this one!!! There is nothing more cosy on a cold winters night than smelling curried sausages cooking on the stove and then sitting down with my kids for dinner. I hate winter but these particular nights I just love and I’m hoping in years to come when my kids smell curried sausages cooking they will remember sitting down with their mum and eating the one meal that should could actually cook lolReplyCancel

  • Vicky Sorbello

    My fav winter meal would be hot bread rolls stuffed with savoury mince. I need one of these appliances so hubby can get dinner started while I’m tripping all over the countryside with often school,activitiesReplyCancel

  • Melt in your mouth Lamb Shanks with creamy garlic mash and buttery green beans and a lovely rich full bodied glass of Tempest Two Merlot in front of a sparking wood fire = my idea of winter heaven!ReplyCancel

  • Kylie Monaghan

    My family loves chicken and mushroom rissotto. My children dont like mushrooms but eat them in this dish.ReplyCancel

  • Halonp

    A slow cooked beef stew like my dad used to make,
    Or maybe a warm tuna pasta bake.
    Anything served Ina bowl, where a spoon’s all you need,
    Now that’s what I call the best winters’ feed!ReplyCancel

  • Ness Alex

    Anything that is warm and filling, can be frozen & reheated, and cooks in 1 pot so I am cuddling up with my family on the lounge instead of being stuck at the sink scrubbing pots & pans!ReplyCancel

  • Carmel Clarke

    creamy chicken and corn soup with crusty bread. MmmmmmmmReplyCancel

  • Megan McGaffin

    wow that looks amazing! My fave winter meal is pumpkin soup with sour dough bread – can’t go wrongReplyCancel

  • Megan Wright

    Orange & Balsamic Pork Chops in the slowcooker……got it on right now and it smells divine :)ReplyCancel

  • Sonia

    Spag bog…. ala Stephanie Alexander. Warming, filling, satisfying…. even the mice love it! :)ReplyCancel

  • Amanda Wehr

    Nothing beats my mums German stew,
    For cold winter nights its comfort food through and through.
    I try making it and fail miserably,
    It would taste fantastic with the Tefal Cook4Me!ReplyCancel

  • Sandy Whittington

    BBQ Pork Spare Ribs cooked in the webber! Yum!ReplyCancel

  • Julie

    Corned beef and roast vegies … YUM !!!ReplyCancel

  • Pauline Rimmer Stacey

    Home made chicken and vegie pieReplyCancel

  • Amanda

    The kids love a bacon & sweet corn chowder which is one pot only and easy to make. I love a good curry any time of year. Am intrigued by this Cook 4 Me thing, sounds exactly what I need for our family of 6!!ReplyCancel

  • Kirsty Ross-Bell

    Beef Mussaman Curry, sweet, hot and a little spicy, YummoReplyCancel

  • Either corned beef and mashed potato, or Mexican pasta bake with steamed veggies. Thanks heaps for the giveaway Kat! :)ReplyCancel

  • Lisa Allen

    Lamb stew and dumplings or Slow cooker surprise which is what ever’s in the fridge plus some stock and vegies!ReplyCancel

  • Tamara

    Yummy creamy pumpkin soup which is never only pumpkin i usually throw in all sorts of veggies and bacon but its mostly pumpkin.ReplyCancel

  • Tegan Nyssa Smith

    Lamb Shanks is a fave in our house for winter, with mash and veggies. ThanksReplyCancel

  • smilyd

    Slow cooked Garlic and Herb Lamb Shanks, served a bed of creamy mashed potatoes, so winter, so tasty, so satisfyingReplyCancel

  • Megan Harrington

    I love chicken & veggies in a casserole with crusty bread! Yummm…ReplyCancel

  • Joy Hirt

    Braised Lambs Fry with Bacon tomatoes and Onions. Served with Mashed Potatoes and lots of Gravy and buttered Bread to wipe up the leftovers. Yuummmm! A Family favourite from way back,
    Now that the kids have left home I still have to cook lots as their spouses will not cook (or eat ) it. So I have to make enough for them to take home. We follow it up with Bread and Butter Pudding.ReplyCancel

  • Corrinna Galpin

    Roast Lamb, the smell of it cooking brings back memories of childhood family dinners, while making new memories with my own beautiful family!ReplyCancel

  • Grace Crawford

    My favourite winter meal would be Chicken Sotanghon (Vermicelli) Soup. It’s one of the easiest and yummiest meal that my family always raves about. Perfect during rainy and cold winter days/nights. The ingredients are also simple and it can be eaten by my baby! – young and old love it!

    The recipe below. Try it! :

    Chicken Sotanghon Soup Recipe

    200 grams vermicelli noodles
    5 pcs chicken wings or 4 pcs chicken legs, cut into 2 pieces.
    2 cloves garlic, minced
    1/2 tsp ginger powder or 1 tsp minced garlic
    2 tablespoons vegetable oil
    1 small onion, minced
    1 carrot, julienne cut
    1 cup broccoli floret
    6-8 cups water or chicken stock or chicken broth
    salt and pepper to taste


    1. Cut the noodles using sharp scissors into 6 inches length, set aside.

    2. Heat oil, saute onion, garlic.

    3. Add the chicken wings, stir fry, salt and pepper to taste, add the ginger. Stir well.

    4. Add chicken stock or water, stir, cover and bring to boil.

    5. Add the noodles and vegetables. Make sure that the chicken is well cook
    before adding all the vegetables and the vermicelli noodles. Do not
    overcook the vegetables.

    6. Season with salt and pepper according to your taste.

    7. Serve hot.ReplyCancel

  • Kristy Anderson

    Winter arrives, time for my stew,
    A much loved dish since I was 2.
    My Grandma’s recipe handed down,
    Much sought after, around my town.
    A simple stew of beef, vegies and sauce,
    Made with love and a secret “something” of course.
    If I was lucky enough to own a Tefal Cook4Me,
    It would compliment my stew most perfectly.ReplyCancel

  • Anne McCulloch

    Korma Curry with just enough chilli to make your lips tingle and to clear the sinuses! Served with rice and homemade Naan bread. ReplyCancel

  • Kirsty Jackson

    We call it “lamb thing”
    Its kind of Mexican and kind of Indian with garlic, chilli, paprika, cumin and coriander, tomato paste and a tin of tomatoes – with diced lamb, capsicum, zuchini, mushroom, onion, mushroom and chickpeas (all to taste or whatever vegies we have on hand). Cook it all together in one big pot and serve with greek yogurt. Yum! We all love it but it is a little unusual. It was developed one day when day when I was experimenting. It would probably taste even better in the Tefal Cook4Me!! Enjoy :-)ReplyCancel

  • Cynthia

    I love to make chicken and corn soup, the main reason (sneakily) being it’s super easy to make a quick cheat version with just a can of creamed corn, some shredded chicken and some stock, and the end result tastes like I put lots of effort in, especially if I can be bothered sautéing a diced onion to add to it!
    Or if I’m feeling all homemaker-ish I can hide heaps of pureed vegies in it, like parsnips, zucchini, squash, cauliflower and my little fusspot is none the wiser!
    It’s also great to have a garlic filled batch on hand in the freezer for winter cold and flu comfort food, and if you keep some bread dough in roll sized balls (or cook at home bread rolls) in the freezer you have a meal ready to go!ReplyCancel

  • Joanna Hawser

    I just love soups…of any kind. Tomato soup is the kids favourite so I find I make it oftenReplyCancel

  • Elaine

    I love silverside done in the slow cooker. It comes out so soft and tasty.ReplyCancel

  • Sunanda Spiteri

    Mashed potatoes! I know it’s not so much a “meal” as a “massive carb overload” but hey, I am what I am! BRING ON WINTER AND DELICIOUS STARCHY OVERLOAD!!! Haha :) …..for the record I do eat potatoes responsibly…. Most of the time….ReplyCancel

  • Lisa Newey

    Favourite is roast lamb and veg, but favourite new meal is slow cooked Moroccan lamb harira – aromatic lamb stew with chickpeas, tomato and rice. Would work beautifully in the Tefal!ReplyCancel

  • Amanda McNally

    Definitely old fashion hearty beef stew, lots of veges, lots of meat and lots of fresh crusty bread to mop up the left over sauce. YUMReplyCancel

  • Sian Clark

    I am a bit addicted to kitsch… especially kitsch food tehe.
    One of my fave winter dishes is a twist on the “breakfast turtle”, I have modified the original recipe and called it “turtle a la stuffing bum”. I modified it as I find the giant meat patty inside the shell too heavy for me :D
    Smokey bacon 6 rashes (not too fatty and the longer the better)
    3 tsp of olive oil
    6 Sausages (store purchased or home made)
    45g macadamias (chopped…I like mine chunky)
    70g cous cous
    1 small orange zest-ed
    125mls freshly squeezed orange juice
    2tbls Crasins aka dried cranberries (chopped)
    1tbls parsley

    Cous Cous stuffing
    Heat up the oil in pan add macadamias and stir often for 2 minutes
    Remove from heat
    Add orange zest, juice and crasins to the pan and heat,Add cous cous, stir well to combine, remove from heat
    Cover for 4 mins or until liquid absorbs.
    Then use a fork to separate grains, transfer mixture to a bowl and set aside for 15 mins to cool.
    When cooled enough to get your hands in there make patty sized balls of mixture and set aside (if it is not balling you could add a tiny weeny bit of egg)

    Pre-heat oven 180C

    I always do all this on baking paper in/on the tray I am going to use!
    Cut smokey bacon into ribbons about 2cm thick and about 15-20cm long lay 6 ribbons horizontal and then weave bacon in and out vertically :D
    You now have weaved the shell :D cut off any overlap
    Now grab your cous cous ball and pop it in the centre of the weave (try not to squish it).

    Grab 5 skewers, carefully gather the bacon around the shell and skewer one from top to tail and the other 2 horizontal (where you want the legs to go) secure.
    now flip the turtle, you should have a shell :D

    Legs, tail, toes and Smiley face
    Cut 2 sausages in thirds, so you have the two rounded ends (discard the middle section of each sausage), then on the round end make two slices into the round ends of the sausages (these are toes!)
    Now cut another sausage to whatever length neck you want for your turtle then grab the rounded end on the sausage and make a slit lengthwise to make a mouth (this will open during cooking and make him look happy)
    to make a tail get one of your sausage off cuts and cut it to make it pointed like a triangle tail.
    then cut skewers so they are not too long for the sausages and carefully put the sausages on the skewers.
    Pop him in the oven for about 30-40 mins or until shell is crunchy
    Serve with lemon and thyme “chuffed” potatoes (boil the lemon in water and then carefully take it out put it in the pan with your potatoes and stab it) then cook and chuff potatoes, serve alongside with broccoli
    happy kitsch eating :DReplyCancel

  • debbie wrightson

    my favourite winter meal is spagetti blognaise….it is my mums recipe so when ever i cook it ,it takes me back to when I was a little girl at home….ReplyCancel

  • Ali Felice

    My family love Marinated Chicken wings and American spare ribs with vegetables – all cooked in the weber. We always make enough for two nights :)ReplyCancel

  • Carolyn

    Slow cooked beef in red wine gravy. Pour a glass of wine for yourself, chop all the ingredients and pop into the slow cooker with some stock, tomato paste, gravy and red wine. Pour yourself another wine to celebrate organising the dinner so quickly. While tidying the kitchen finish the bottle of wine so you can get rid of the clutter!ReplyCancel

  • Sarah Kennedy

    Lamb shanks cooked in the slow cooker with cous cous … love itReplyCancel

  • Rosie Cragg

    My fave winter meal, is one which all eight of my family would love! To this very day, I do not know what that elusive meal is…… but here are a few that come close. Pumpkin soup, chicken casserole with dumplings, lamb shank and vegie soup, corned beef, lamb curry, roast pork and shepherd’s pie!! Funny, that looks just like my menu plan for next week!!ReplyCancel

  • Pauline

    Lamb casserole with plenty of starchy vegetables like pumpkin, sweet potato, carrots and parsnip is my favourite winter dish.ReplyCancel

  • Lynnette

    My favourite winter meal, would be my dads 2 day stew,
    Day one add cubed beef, diced onion, rough chopped carrot, potato, any other root veggies, peas, beans, corn, cover with water, add couple of oxo cubes, maybe a bit of hp or BBQ sauce, all to big cast iron camp oven, put on top of wood stove about 9 am, stir occasionally during day, dish up around 4.30 for dinner day one.
    Day two 9am add in lamb chops, extra veg, more water, stock cube, sauce. Occasionally stir during day serve around 4.30
    We used to have this on a cold weekend camping, the smell would keep us hungry all weekend. ReplyCancel

  • Martin Wypych

    Stew and dumplings – simple yet hearty and good for the soul.ReplyCancel

  • Sarah

    chicken cacciatore with mashed potatoReplyCancel

  • Tiffany Coles

    stroganoff from cookery the australian way, 2nd edition! it was my mums highschool cookbook and its so quick, easy but yummy! it was the only thing that was gaurenteed eaten when i was a kid :)ReplyCancel

  • Trina

    My favourite would have to be pumpkin soup – not that i know how to cook it. so spoilt when in Mackay as one gut would bring in whold pumpkins for everyone else and a couple of containers of soup already made for meReplyCancel

  • Aileen

    Bacon, chicken and mushroom risotto. It cooks in the oven (not on the stove top) so less stirring and standing over the stove. I can be chasing the kids to keep warm instead.ReplyCancel

  • Merryl Chantrell

    In the late 50’s my Mum first started cooking Spaghetti Bolognese when a lovely Italian lady she worked with gave her the recipe. The first time Mum cooked it the whole family (there were 4 of us) was a little reluctant to try it because it was a bit different to our usual Aussie fare of meat and 3 veg. From memory we all cleaned our plates like ‘human dishwashers’ even my sister who was a fussy eater and Mum’s worst critic. Mum modified the Spaghetti Bolognese recipe over the years to suit our tastes. Mum eventually passed the recipe on to me and I have since passed her recipe on to my daughter and my son and daughter-in-law. Even though the recipe has been ‘tweaked’ by successive family members it still remains THE Family Favourite Winter meal 50 years after my Mum first served this ‘new to us’ meal of Spaghetti Bolognese on our red Formica Kitchen table.ReplyCancel

  • Kimberley Drechsler

    My FAVOURITE winter meal would have to be beef bolar roast with an array of roast veggies and an artery clogging amount of gravy. Although I think I make a mean roast, when I asked my husband once if he thought my cooking was awesome, I was blessed with the following response, “It’s not that you can’t cook baby, it’s just that your Mum has had more experience” with a loving little smile and cock of the head… Sometimes… **shakes fist in husbands general direction**ReplyCancel

  • Rebecca

    My favourite winter meal would have to be slow cooked lamb shanks. I finally worked up the courage to make it myself this year – my son and husband were very pleased! Thank you for the chance to win! ReplyCancel

  • Elizabeth Anderson

    I love the keep warm feature for when I’m, er, catching up on housework! Favourite winter meal (by which I mean addiction) – slow cook up a meaty broth then use as the base for garlic & red wine lamb shanks, into which I dice one of those soup packs from a supermarket. Served with parmesan mash… heavenly!ReplyCancel

  • Ashley Hunter

    My absolute favorite winter meal was always my mother in laws’ stew. We would all head around to her place 2-3 nights a week and eat this amazing stew with beef, carrots, potatoes, onion and homemade dumplings, then would clean our plates off with some fresh bread.Sadly, she passed away last year and many of her wonderful dishes went with her. So its my mission this winter to try and recreate what she used to do! Its so sad that these things can be lost forever because you were too busy licking your plate to ask how it was made :(ReplyCancel

  • Melissa Rouvray

    my grandma’s stew is my favourite winter meal. it’s tough to replicate, but my mum is definitely getting there! i always joke with her that she had to become a grandma before it would work for her!ReplyCancel

  • Joanne

    My Favourite Winter Meal as a child & now is Corned Meat & Vegetables & I am happy to report that my girls like it too.My Grandmother always made it when we went to visit but she cooked hers in a pressure cooker which always scared me. I always serve it with white sauce.ReplyCancel

  • Sharon Summerill

    My Absolute favourite winter meal is definatly our famous pumpkin and sweet potato soup served with sour cream and dumplings/crusty bread. we always have this prior to our main meal and it so good to have the whole family at home for this special time. No matter how busy our week has been with work, school and all the running around in between it is so special to cherish these cosy moments with the family as the kids grow up way to quick.ReplyCancel

  • Kristine Dowley

    My favorite winter meal would have to be Pea and Ham Soup with fresh bread, eating this around the fire with a nice glass of red is such a family bonding time! The lighting, atmospher, smells, taste and warmth. Will give our children fabulous memories!ReplyCancel

  • Suzanne Alters

    To warm us up on a cold evening I love to make a thick, smooth and creamy pumpkin soup followed by curried sausages cooked in my slow cooker. Nothing better than a full tummy to keep you warm :)ReplyCancel

  • Lisa Townsend

    I love Lamb and Barley soup and old recipe my Mum used to make :)ReplyCancel

  • Melissa Gasson

    One of the best things about Winter is the awesome hearty meals you are able to create to warm our insides! I love curries any time of year but particulary on a winters night. I love a massaman curry i cook in our slow cooker. At least in the slow cooker you dont end up with that lingering curry smell throughout the house!ReplyCancel

  • Jancey

    Every month or so during winter i cook a big pot of pumkin soup, a huge casserole of chile con carne and a giant batch of sausage rolls and pop them into my kids freezers so there is something for them if they are tired, late at work or they or the kids are sick.ReplyCancel

  • SueP

    Our families favourite meal is a chicken curry. I was nervous about giving this to our little two fussy eaters but when served with naan bread and pappadams it was a huge hit. Done in a slow cooker it is beautiful and tender. We also add vegetables on the side or in the curry. Dinner is soooo much more fun when not fighting to get the kids to eat and it is a little more interesting than sausages (their other favourite.)ReplyCancel

  • Tess Thomson

    Oh wow! What a fantastic machine Tefal have come up with, seems just perfect for any busy cook! I’m a fan of trying to come up with healthy Winter Warmers, comfort food that comforts in more ways than one. Mum’s handed down recipe for classic Minestrone soup is one of the best examples I have of a nutritious and still delicious Winter meal; definitely my favourite.ReplyCancel

  • SamK

    Our favourite meal for winter is the good old humble casserole. Chicken or beef – it doesn’t matter so long as it’s warm and filling. I get it ready before I pick my kids up from school and, honestly, there’s no better feeling than coming home to that warm, beautiful smell that hits you as soon as you open the front door. Bonus is that I know dinner is taken care of and I take that extra time to help the kids with homework!ReplyCancel

  • marypreston

    Braised Beef and Onions is a family favourite. You don’t really need a recipe just make to taste and bung it all in. It’s a no-fail recipe & meal because you can tweak it and just claim success every time.ReplyCancel

  • Bajsa

    my favourite is Bacon Bone soup from my deceased mother reciepe had it as child every winter or cold raining days can freeze it for next time taste even better when stood for a day or two. kids love it and eat vegs they would not normal eat , hidden in soup great for allReplyCancel

  • Guest

    Chicken chili is the best in the winter! a little spice with the warm food, mmm! and its such an easy meal that a recipe really is just a go by, and you can tweak it so easily. I like to do the Weight Watchers chili with chicken in it :)ReplyCancel

  • Sarah Bartley

    My favourite winter warmer is a Cob Loaf – easy to have with hubby on a lazy night once the kids are in bed with a glass of wine.ReplyCancel

  • Angie Boylan

    I love making french onion soup with parmesan cheese toast on top, it’s my comfort winter food. I love how it warms my belly with its tangy flavour and I can dunk my toast into it.ReplyCancel

  • Anja Legg

    Beef Stroganoff! I recently learnt how to make it from scratch and it is sooooo good!ReplyCancel

  • Bev C


    This looks a fabulous machine, instructions included too which is a great help. Our favourite meals are soups. nothing like a good homemade soup with homemade bread or rolls. Thanks for the opportunity to enter.
    Happy days.

  • Chiqus J

    Wow! Never heard about this machine! Looks fabulous !,
    In winter season I love love love plain Chili with frites, cheese n sour cream

  • Rebecca Louise

    I love having bbq pork ribs (slow cooked for 8 hours) with fat chips and vegies – a favourite winter meal here :)ReplyCancel

  • Stephanie Donaldson

    I love making soup in winter. It’s quick, easy and soooo many different recipes to choose from. My favourite would have to be roasted pumpkin soup.ReplyCancel

  • Ajr

    I love to make lasagna and all the trimmings for a family get together in winter!ReplyCancel

  • Rachel Kriss-Newell

    Liking to be a bit adventurous in the kitchen we have been experimented with cooking with the fruit, Papaya. Intrigued we went off to the supermarket to find this intrepid character. As the flavour is new to our tastebuds we decided to err on the side of caution, due to having kidlets, and found a recipe that incorporates Papaya into a creamy sauce. And weren’t we delightfully impressed.


    Meat of choice
    1 Tablespoon of olive oil

    (We bought a little Beef Eye Fillett, seared it in the frypan and then baked it in
    the oven. Any cut of meat would suffice – veal, lamb, silverside.)

    1 Tablespoon butter
    1 Tablespoon minced shallots
    1 Tablespoon of Almond Meal (the recipe called for 1 & ½ Tablespoons of AmarettoLiqueur. As this has an almond flavour we substituted this with almond meal)
    ¼ cup white wine
    ¼ cup chicken broth
    ½ lime, juice only
    ¼ cup cubed papaya (we halved the Papaya and used this quantity)
    ½ cup thick cream (approx 175 g)

    (Optional: 1 Tablespoon of raw sugar. N.B: As we didn’t know how ripe our
    Papaya was going to be; it did have a tart flavour to it. Although glorious for
    us adults we thought it a bit too tart for our children, so added the sugar to
    mellow the flavour)


    Lightly sear your meat in the frypan and bake in oven. Or cook/roast/fry any
    meat of choice to your liking.

    Once meat is removed, add the butter and shallots to the same frypan. Saute for 1 minute. Add almond meal, white wine. Bring to boil and let cook for 2 minutes until reduced by half. Add chicken broth, lime juice, papaya and cream. Return to
    slow boil and let cook until reduced and thickened.

    Return your meat to the pan, turning to coat with the sauce, or just add the sauce as a gravy over the top.

    Garnish with thin slices of Papaya.

    Serves 2-4

    We just loved the slightly tart with the slightly sweet sauce combination. When we
    delve more into cooking with Papaya it will be interesting to see how sweet the
    flavour will become when we pick a ripe Papaya. This will certainly become a
    staple in our household.

    P.S: Our photos and presentation are certainly not of ‘My Kitchen Rules’ quality, but this made a wonderful wholesome family meal, a wonderful addition to our winter culinary repertoire.ReplyCancel

  • Annette

    Beef casserole. It’s warm, it’s easy, it’s delicious & brings make so many memories of having casseroles on Sundays as a kid.ReplyCancel

  • Karen D

    On a cold winters night, Chilli Con Carne served with corn chips & sour cream.I have 2 teenage boys & it is gone in minutes!ReplyCancel

  • Amanda Hunter

    Potato and leek soup is by far my favourite winter meal. LOVE it!!!!ReplyCancel

  • Debbie

    Any meal that when cooked makes the house smell of a wonderful comforting meal, that has all the families mouth watering.ReplyCancel

  • Rachael

    I’m a lazy cook, so anything someone else makes for me is wonderful!

    We have 5 young children and the two older ones get to make dinner once a week. No matter what it is they come up with, I’m always so greatful!ReplyCancel

  • JenyMarie

    The Dutch and English (our family’s heritage) have some fabulous
    cold-weather recipes that my family love: slow-cooked stews and
    casseroles, soups, and Indian curries are always well-received in our
    home. One of our all-time favorites would be soups: Dutch pea & ham soup – split peas, ham hocks, finely diced onion/ leek and sliced Rookwurst, served with
    crusty bread for a main meal or Dutch tomato soup (thick, and cooked
    with mini ‘meatballs’)… mmm, I can taste it now as it bubbles on my
    stove, gently simmering as it calls my name…ReplyCancel

  • Jackie

    For me my most favourite winter meal is by far Roast Lamb. I cook all my roasts in my trastee bbq and all my vegetables with it but what I enjoy at the end of the cooking is making my homemade gravy using all the juices from the meat and the bits of vegetables left on the bottom of the tray. I make this every Sunday and my family loves it!ReplyCancel

  • bec

    I love a sausage cassoulet it has chorizo & different types of sausages with leeks, tomatoes & cannellini beans. It is delicious & the perfect comfort food to warm you up in front of the fire on a cold winter night. The best thing is it is done in the slow cooker so you can smell its aromas all day which makes you even more hungry for it!!!ReplyCancel

  • renee

    chilli con carne my family goes crazy for it and super healthy!ReplyCancel

  • Sitizalifah Syed

    I love making mushroom soup with homemade focaccia bread Mushroom soup so easy to make and the kids love it.ReplyCancel

  • Jade Crook

    A good old lamb roast. Lots of rosemary and garlic thrown in with it and served with mint jelly and crispy roasted vege. Mmmm….

  • Jenni Williams

    My favourite winter meal is roast pork with all the trimmings – apple sauce, roast carrot, pumpkin and pototoes and of course crackling. YummmoReplyCancel

  • Michelle

    I’d like to tell you about my favourite winter meal,
    It’s nothing fancy, it’s not even veal,
    It’s a meal when handed to all on a plate,
    Puts smiles on their faces, even 2 yr old Kate!
    It’s scrumptious homemade, not something I’d buy,
    My favourite winter meal is … good old Shepherds Pie!!ReplyCancel

  • Nadia

    Osso bucco or lamb shanks – tough to choose the better one! The warm filling meat, with yummy tomato and veg base, served with mashed potato/polenta and hot greens… mouth-watering, filling, wholesome comfort food!ReplyCancel

  • Vanessa

    Homemade Pumpkin soup with fresh bread.ReplyCancel

  • Lyn Head

    I love a good homemade pumpkin soup made from our home grown pumpkins, some fresh home baked bread on the side – this is a family favourite that we never tire of!ReplyCancel

  • Soph_Mum_of_Five

    My favourite is also homemade pumpkin soup! I don’t like onion, so all I add to the mashed pumpkin is cream, garlic, salt and pepper. The kids will turn their nose up if I don’t have any left in the freezer, and say no to the canned variety!ReplyCancel

  • My family loves to eat creamy chicken casserole, the kids even eat the vegies with no complaints!!ReplyCancel

  • Genevene Hall

    My favourite slow cooker meal would have to be Osso BuccoReplyCancel

  • Meg

    Can’t go past the humble pumpkin soup! My kids devour it & I can make 7litres in my slow cooker through the day, with some freezable lunches leftover. I don’t know where I would be without my backup soup or my slowcooker in our bysy home!.ReplyCancel

  • Bronwyn Starkey

    Chiiiiicken currrrry! Just like my nana used to make. We would rock up at Nana’s after footy and hoe into Nana’s chicken curry. No one could make something out of so little like Nana did. Special memories.ReplyCancel

  • Julia Burford

    Honey-Baked Pumpkin Risotto! It’s hearty, yet yummy & flavourful at the same time!ReplyCancel

    • Ruth Sprague

      Oh Julia you must share this recipe!ReplyCancel

  • Cassandra Reed

    Soups, especially chicken soup and corn and bacon chowder. Easy quick, filling and warmingReplyCancel

  • Claire

    A good tasty minestrone or macaroni cheese. But i won’t say no to anything warm and hearty.ReplyCancel

  • Cat Kennedy

    This looks like a great little cooker. Can you use it to make something ad-hoc, or a recipe of your own? Or is the machine just equipped with pre-programmed recipes? I love to make Beef Strog during winter. I am on the hunt for a satisfying low fat version.ReplyCancel

  • Kim

    Well this that looks like a lot of fun! My favorite winter meal is clam chowder in a bread bowl.ReplyCancel

  • Toni Ashton

    I love a nice slow cooked Lamb Shank and creamy mashed potato. I put all the ingredients in the slow cooker in the morning and then progressively during the day check for flavour and tenderness. There really is no specific recipe as I’ve altered different recipes and I really just use the flavours I love – tomato, bacon, BBQ sauce, Worcestershire Sauce, lots of root vegetables etc. As the windows of the house are usually closed to keep the cold air out, the smell fills each room. The dish is only cooked and ready to eat when the meat falls off the bone. It is very tricky to plate this dish up because you need to keep the meat and bone in one piece for presentation. It’s a prefect combination of tongs in my right hand, a wooden spoon in my left, the plate balancing on the edge of the slow cooker and my tongue poking out just a little. This manoeuvre has been made a harder during the years as my babies have become more mobile and decide that the perfect play to play with their toy is between my feet. I love my kids dearly and I believe that because there is so much love floating around my house, it infuses with the meal and makes it extra special.ReplyCancel

  • Bridgett Cain

    I love a pot full of potato, cabbage, and smoked sausage soup. Layer of quartered potatoes, layer of cabbage, layer of your favorite smoked sausage, then cover with one or two cans of your favorite cream soup(depending on how creamy you like your soup, Then repeat each layer one more time, yes the soup too. Simmer on low heat until potatoes are soft. Serve with good bread and butter, Yum Yum. (we use cream of celery and cream of mushroom.ReplyCancel

  • Jessica Schultz

    I love so many Winter meals but slowcooking Apricot chicken is something extra spesh to me. This year also I’ve taken being organised and healthy living to the next level and been making and freezing my own chicken and beef stock. It’s going to be a healthy Winter! :)ReplyCancel

  • Linda M

    Seems a like an awesome machine, might have to check this out.ReplyCancel

  • Danielle

    But there are sooooo many yummy winter recipes! Chunky steak stew is a huge hit, but so is pumpkin soup and what’s in the fridge hot dish :)ReplyCancel

  • Linda M

    Forgot to say, my favourite winter meal is beef casseroleReplyCancel

  • Leanne Krake

    My favourite winter meal is the old “lamb roast”. I do mine in my chasseur pot which helps to retain juices, and pre-cooks the veggies (carrots, potato, parsnip, pumpkin) so all i do is take them out and put them on a tray with some baking paper towards the end to crisp. Add some steamed beans and broccoli and of course gravy made from the juices in the pot and thats my day made!ReplyCancel

  • Melissa

    1 day old, home made pumpkin soup, served with a crusty sourdough and complete with a dollop of sour cream in the centre and sprinkled with chives. Yum!ReplyCancel

  • Noeleen

    chunky chicke and veg soup. My go to meal when the kids come home from schoolReplyCancel

  • Linda Steabben

    Bubble and Squeak. There’s no better ‘organised’ feeling than clearing out the fridge and transforming the contents into a deliciously satisfying w
    inter creation!ReplyCancel

  • Simone Jolly

    Pressure Cooked Salmon Risotto

    5 mls olive oil
    1 medium onion, chopped
    480 mls Arborio rice (Italian short-grain rice)
    120 mls dry white wine
    3.5 cups of chicken stock
    180 mls water
    1/2 teaspoon salt
    1/4teaspoon ground black pepper
    240 grams frozen peas
    grated fresh lemon peel from 1 lemon
    400 grams skinless salmon fillet, cut into 2cm square chunks


    In large pressure cooker (or can be easily adapted for Tefal Cook4Me), heat oil over medium heat. Add onion and cook 5 minutes or until golden, stirring occasionally. Stir in rice and cook 2 minutes, stirring frequently. Stir in wine and cook 30 seconds or until evaporated.

    Stir stock, water, salt and pepper into rice mixture. Cover pressure cooker and bring up to high pressure. Reduce heat to obtain gentle, steady release of pressure. Cook 6 minutes, adjusting heat as necessary to maintain constant pressure during cooking.

    Remove pressure cooker from heat and reduce pressure quickly. Remove cover and stir in frozen peas and lemon peel, then salmon. Cover cooker and let stand 5 minutes or until salmon is cooked through.ReplyCancel

  • Jade

    Beef Massaman Curry! Because the whole family will dig in and eat every last bit!ReplyCancel

  • Kylie Chivers

    Definitely Lamb Roast is my fave winter meal. The Tefal Cook4Me looks great! It would definitely get plenty of use at my place.ReplyCancel

  • Jackie McKerral

    Tefal Cook4Me looks the best. If I won that I could give away the rest!

  • Geraldine

    Roast Beef with Vegies and Yorkshire Pudding. ReplyCancel

  • Ruth Sprague

    Winter favourites is Bangers and garlic mash – I quickly brown off the sausages, then remove, add brown onions to the pan and cook them through, making a brown gravy using the water I boiled the potatoes in. Then return the snags to the pan to continue cooking slowly in the gravy, served with creamy garlic infused mashed potato and some lightly steamed beans – yummo. It reminds me of meals my Dad and together with Golden Syrup Dumplings (also a fav winter meal) makes a complete comfort winter meal filled with warm memories.ReplyCancel

  • Nicola

    I love duck ragu (or any meat in ragu sauce) with cheesy polenta. Easy slow cooker meal and so great for a cold winter night. Works well as a freezer meal or as leftovers for lunch.ReplyCancel

  • Marita @ Stuff With Thing

    My favourite winter meal has to be slow cooked lamb shanks with Moroccan seasonings. Delicious. I found the recipe in a super food ideas magazine many years ago and have gone back to it many times.ReplyCancel

  • Michelle White

    While I would have imagined saying that my favourite winter meal is a nice warming homemade soup (broccoli and potato or one of my many pumpkin favourites) , I actually think my favourite is my spinach/vegie meatball pasta meal. So tasty and slightly more healthy than your average meatball as this one is chock full of vegies,ReplyCancel

  • Wendy

    I love a good soup for winter with a nice crusty bread. Any soup really, a nice chicken soup when chasing away colds, a thick pea and ham soup for cold nights, creamy pumpkin soup to whip up quickly, you get the idea. We are busy, two full time working parents, soccer for DS and Guides for me so cooking time is limited, especially when you get home at 5:30 and really like to have tea on the table by 6/6:15 at the latest.ReplyCancel

  • Shayne

    Thank-you for the opportunity to win a Tefal cook4me they look amazing. Our favourite winter soup would have to be bacon bone/vegie soup followed by slow cooked Oxtail casserole with lots of fresh vegetable and spices and homemade bread.ReplyCancel

  • Allison

    My favourite winter meal would be coq au vin. Slow cooked meat that just falls apart add some vegies and serve with fresh crusty bread to soak up all that yummy sauce!ReplyCancel

  • Cathy

    Married to a Moroccan, it has to be a spicy couscous. I make it vegetarian or with chicken. Lots of coriander. Yummy! Thanks for the opportunity to win this wonderful prize. I only have saucepans to cook in so this would be great. My mother in law cooks her couscous sauce in a pressure cooker!ReplyCancel

  • Gin

    Curried sausages just like my mum used to make! They remind me of the beautiful comfort of getting home after a freezing cold Ballarat Winter’s day spent at school and warming up with this delicious dish!ReplyCancel

  • Tracy Weston

    My favourite winter meal is beef stroganoff cooked in the slow cooker for 8 hours on a low setting. The meat comes out succulent and falls apart in your mouth. The best thing is, the kids LOVE it. Such a warm, hearty meal..ReplyCancel

  • Elise P

    HAve got to love an osso bucco in winter, or lamb shanks that fall off the bone. good hearty warm meals like grandma used to make!ReplyCancel

  • Melinda Di Palma

    My all time favourite winter meal is my nannas stew. Its pretty much sliced carrots, grated pumpkin and diced round beef covered with water. Add 3 tbs of gravox. Once it is boiling, add a tsp of vegemite and then simmer for 1 1/2 hrs. That and leek & potato soup.ReplyCancel

  • Naomi Moore

    I cant go past a delicious home cooked beef casserole on a cold winter night! YummoReplyCancel

  • Natalie

    I love a simple curried sausages with rice during winter. Depending on the amount of curry, it will keep you warm everywhere :)ReplyCancel

  • Kimberly

    Lamb shanks with lashings of creamy mashed potato because it covers all the bases: Tastes divine, husband’s favourite, 3 year old will actually eat it and teething 7 month old looks adorable chomping the last bits of meat off the bone <3ReplyCancel

  • Wendy Baz Townsend

    You are asking me to choose my favourite winter warmer? IMPOSSIBLE!!!
    How can I possibly choose between slow cooked spaghetti & meatballs, coq au vin or moroccan style slow cooked lamb shanks on an olive oil garlic mash, all washed down with a large glass of delectable Chambourcin, in front of a toe warming fire with my husband. Oh and all meals above are willingly consumed by the 10, 8 and 2 year old to boot :)ReplyCancel

  • Kate Bullock

    It’s a hard choice, lamb shanks cooked in red wine, tomato and onion, served with mashed potato is hard to beat, but when we’re sick our go to winter warmer is a delicious thai inspired chicken soup with chicken bowls. It clears the sinuses, leaves a warm feeling in your tummy and always makes everyone feel better. Great cooked in big pot at the start of the cold weather to have as lunch or dinner when your not feeling 100%ReplyCancel

  • Rae graham

    I love most winter meals!,but my favourite would have to be Spag Bol because of its simplicity,I am not the greatest cook and its hard in our house to cook a meal that everyone will eat.We all find delicious,indulgent (especially when served with garlic bread!) and filingReplyCancel

  • Michelle

    too many to choose from but I love making the kids soups and bony meat spagettiReplyCancel

  • TanyaCrerar

    My favourite winter dish when I am running short of time is Cheat’s Lasagne. Substitute the pasta sheets for penne, cook the bolognaise sauce, make a béchamel sauce and toss the whole lot together. Sprinkle with cheese and bake for 15 mins or until the top is golden.ReplyCancel

  • Michelle Pengelly

    My favourite winter dish is Minestrone Soup. It is a down-to-earth comfort dish that is easy to prepareReplyCancel

  • lizzie

    i absolutely love lamb shanks and mash and the kids love it too…anything my kids love i simply love cooking :)ReplyCancel

  • Bettina

    Ham and pea soup (with sneaky veggies)! By the way- LOVE that ‘keep warm’ function!ReplyCancel

  • Somsey

    Chillis are hot, and nothing warms us up in winter then a giant bowl of chilli (with a little less spice for the kidlets), our newest chilli fav is a vegetarian sweet potato chilli with black beans, my 4 year old said it best when she had it the first time DELICIOUS & I was inspired by a WW recipe so healthy too which means I don’t feel as guilty if I go back for seconds!!ReplyCancel

  • Renata

    Beef, eggplant and zucchini lasagne! It involves a bit of prep but oh so good! and my favourite ‘easy’ recipe is a hearty beef or lamb stew thrown in the slow cooker with whatever veges look good :).ReplyCancel

  • RachBain

    I can’t go past Zucchini slice. You can always throw in more veggies and goodnessReplyCancel

  • Veronica Paterson

    T-reasured Winter recipe,
    E-ssentially loved by all my family,
    F-abulous garlic lamb roast,
    A-ll the trimmings I do boast,
    L-ove the sweet roast carrots the most.ReplyCancel

  • Katherine Andrijasevich

    Anything my six children will ALL eat! At the moment, it’s my slow-cooker chicken curry (served with cous-cous). Everyone from my 23 yr old daughter, down to my 4 yr old son love it. Can’t ask for anything more :-)ReplyCancel

  • Narelle Bailey

    We are very busy and have 2 young kids so at the moment our favourite winter meal is Coles made easy braised beef. We love how much time it saves. The Tefal Cook4me would be a very welcome addition to our hectic family. Letting the machine do much of the work would allow us to spend more quality time together – which is what life is all about after all.ReplyCancel

  • A.Baharin

    Winter meals……mmm….. it definately have to be something warm and comforting. If I were at home, it would be a kitchen workout day with soups simmering on the stove ranging from the old favourite pumpkin soup, going right across to chicken soup, minestrone, laksa or thai tom yum. In the mean time, the oven will be filled with roast and baked vegies. Not to mention the warm steam pudding waiting to complement the menu for the day. Of course this would serve two purposes; warming the house whilst indulging in a hearty meal. However, on working days with limited time in hand nothing beats the smell of delicious hot meals from the slow cooker made from whatever is in hand; greeting you as you step inside after a hard day’s work. With the whole family gathered in front of the fireplace ready to devour and demolish the plateful, “Bon Appetite” shall we say. Of course, with the Tefal Cook4me, you can have the cake and eat it too with the whole night in front of you still to spare…ReplyCancel

  • Kindy Monroe

    Our favorite winter meal is chilli and corn bread…. it warms ya right up!ReplyCancel

  • TajKai

    In winter I’d love to be eating fresh green curry … Because that would mean that I’d traded the chilly Australia, for eating green chilli curry in sunny Thailand!!

    I can dream can’t I?

    Ok, seriously, my favourite winter meal that I whip up and we eat at home, is a simple pumpkin soup. I love it because it’s warming, filling, delicious and (as an added bonus) healthy. There is no long preparation involved; no hours spent standing on cold kitchen tiles chopping and mixing ingredients when you’d rather be snuggled up under a blanket. Simply chop pumpkin, potato, onion into cubes, boil with some vegetable stock until soft, blend, add salt and pepper to taste, and serve with a dollop of sour cream and crusty bread.

    Bon apetit!ReplyCancel

  • Amanda White

    “MUM what’s for dinner”? came the all familiar cry,
    “Just give me a minute” I said with a sigh….
    Decisions, decisions, will it be chicken or lamb?
    Or maybe a pizza, or a salad with ham?
    No!…. I need a winter warmer that’ll feed the whole brood,
    So I searched The OHW blog, for some real comfort food,
    It fast became our favourite, it’s even better than Thai,
    Cause it’s quick and it’s healthy….it’s Katrina’s Tuna-Rice Pie!ReplyCancel

  • Andria Coelli

    For winter time,

    I love something fine,

    Something that warms the inside,

    When it’s freezing cold outside,

    Think, meat, mushrooms and a yummy sauce too,

    Can you guess what it is or would you like another clue,

    Served on a bed of pasta, some might even have rice,

    Doesn’t this meal just sound so nice?

    With the Tefel cook 4 me,

    I’d be able to make this yummy meal plus more you see,

    It’s Beef Strognaoff, did you guess,

    Pick me, pick me, my answer is the best!ReplyCancel

  • Susan Impey

    Mum’s chicken and vegetable pie with mash and gravy… unfortunately I cannot replicate it as well as she can so I make chicken, leek and corn pie – still super tasty and warms our bellies!ReplyCancel

  • Amanda

    would have to be stew, nothing nicer than a huge big bowl of it whilst sitting on the couchReplyCancel

  • bvking

    Cheats Beef Strog! Beef, bacon, mushrooms, cream of mushroom soup and 1/2 cup red wine. Brown beef and bacon. Add to slow cooker add soup, wine and mushrooms cook on high for 4 hours. So quick and easy!! So yummy!!ReplyCancel

  • Kate

    Beef & Red wine casserole! It’s just too good :) and such a great winter warmerReplyCancel

  • Meriam

    Any kind of soup, especially butternut squash soup with ginger and red pepper. It tastes so winterish and its incredibly easy to make! Just chop up a whole lot of veggies, add some stock, wait a bit, puree… and done! I always make a truckload at once and freeze the soup we don’t eat. It’s great for lunches, too!ReplyCancel

  • Victoria Muller

    Ox Tail is my favourite winter meal.


    approx 6 med size bones of ox tail
    1 onion
    1 tin of tomato soup
    2 x tablespoons port
    1 x Worcestershire sauce
    spoonful of vegemite (optional)
    Salt and pepper to taste (optional)

    1. Brown the meat just to seal it in.
    2. Brown the onions.
    3. Make a gravy with the drippings in the pan.
    Gravy instructions below:

    3.1 soak up the dripping with flour
    3.2 slowly add in water while stirring so there are no lumps.
    3.3 Keep adding water until the gravy is the consistency that you like.
    3.5 If gravy is pale, simply add in a spoonful of vegemite. This will add
    both colour and flavour to the gravy so go easy.

    4. Place the meat and the onion in the slow cooker, pour over the gravy.
    5. Add in one tin of tomato soup, a splash of port and a sprinkling of Worcestershire sauce.
    6. Slow cook on slow for no less than 12 hours (I usually try for 18).

    Turn off slow cooker, transfer everything to a casserole dish and put into the fridge overnight.

    The next day, skim the fat off the top of the casserole dish, reheat and serve with mash potato.

    (NOTE: the reason I found this page is because my dear old slow cooker that I received as a wedding present 20 years ago packed it in and I was looking for a new one. This cook4you sounds AMAZING. There are so many times that I am just lost for meal ideas and to have a meal so quickly sounds like a dream come true.)ReplyCancel

  • Rachel Harbridge

    Hi, I have the cook4me and was wondering if anyone has done the golden dumplings…my question is how do you fit 6 ramekins in the steamer basket. I’m a little confused with the recipes as it says to cover with baking paper and foil but not sure where to put it. if anyone can help that would be great! thxReplyCancel

  • Danielle File

    My favourite winter recipe would be chicken and vegetable soup! I would love to win one of these so I could become a better cook! They look fantastic!!ReplyCancel

  • Alison Davies

    It would have to be thick lentil soup with crusty bread, thick and warming. It does take a while to cook so I wonder how long it would take in the Cook 4 me…would love to try :)ReplyCancel

  • Annette Sherwood

    My favourite winter meal is the old fashioned sweet mince curry and rice that my Mum used to make.ReplyCancel

  • David Walsh

    try our facebook page tefal cook4meReplyCancel

A refreshingly delicious Fruity Coconut Mocktail

This post is sponsored by Nuffnang On the weekend I had an endless list of jobs I wanted to complete around the house, it was a Sunday, which I normally like to keep housework free and relax, but they were jobs that needed to be done.  Last on my list was to relax and enjoy a […]

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  • TheSadEyedLady

    Oh boo, now I’m wishing I was Australian so I could enter this contest. I guess I’m the next best thing: Texan. ;-) Hello from San Antonio anyway. Good luck to everyone eligible.ReplyCancel

  • $52876371

    yum! my all time favourite cocktail is a Baileys Chocolatini :)
    50ml Baileys Original
    10ml Smirnoff Vodka
    15ml chocolate liqueur

    It’s something I have on special occasions. Like you I am not a big drinker of alcohol. It is also awesome frozen like ice cream yum!

    Shell :)

  • Sam

    I’m normally a big fan of straight up Gin Martinis with a twist however I don’t mind something a bit fruit driven from time to time as long as it’s not too sweet. I’d jump straight into the Bickfords Pomegranite juice with 1 part Hendricks gin, a touch of elderflower cordial, fresh mint, a slice of cucumber topped with soda. delish!ReplyCancel

  • Elizabeth Baker

    These sound perfect! There is nothing worse than being lumped with housework on a Sunday, but nothing more satisfying than when it is done…made more perfect with a mocktail in hand!ReplyCancel

  • Jo Matheson

    So many cocktails have vodka in them and I cant drink it – (it makes me violently ill) so mocktails are perfect. My favourite is a Pomegranate Spritzer
    Pomegranate Juice – Bickford’s of course

    ½ Sparkling Mineral Water

    Slice of Lime

    Combine ingredients in a chilled highball glass

    over ice.ReplyCancel

  • Simone Jolly

    Virgin Cosmopolitan

    2 cups of Bickford’s Cranberry Juice
    1 cup of Bickford’s Coconut Juice
    2 cups of diet lemon-lime soda
    0.25 cup of white sugar (or sweeten to suit taste)
    Juice of 1 lime
    2 cups of crushed ice

    Mix all ingredients in large pitcher and stir until sugar is dissolved.
    Decorate glasses with Hibiscus flowers for a taste of the tropics. Serve and enjoy while watching the sun set.
    Serves 6

  • Nicole White


    * 60ml Rebellion Bay Spiced Rum
    * 15ml VOK Triple Sec Liqueur
    * 15ml sugar
    * 30ml Bickford’s lime juice cordial
    * Mint leaves
    * Soda water

    ~ Tear mint leaves, add ingredients, add crushed ice, stir vigorously and top with soda water ~ReplyCancel

  • Amanda Cole

    Can’t go past a good Margarita.

    45ml Tequila
    30ml Triple sec
    45ml lime juiceReplyCancel

  • KA

    Remember the Fate Favourite ‘Coconut Ice’ ….here’s a new twist:

    Add crushed ice, milk rose water and Bickford’s Coconut Juice. Shake, pour. sit back and relax.ReplyCancel

  • beth j simpson

    frozen banana mocktail
    1 frozen banana
    1/2 cup yogurt (vanilla or fruit )
    shake of cinnamon and nutmeg
    enough coconut juice/or milk to your liking
    blend all together using enough coconut juice/or milk to blend to desired consistancyReplyCancel

  • Siti Syed

    I always loved making shirley temples. Very easy, all you need to do is pour a little bit of red cordial into a glass and lemonade. Serve with some whipped cream on top with a cherry. Mmm, so delicous.ReplyCancel

  • Michelle Gray

    Mine is simple, fresh strawberries blended with icing sugar, lemon juice and lots of ice, yum!!!!!ReplyCancel

  • Samantha Falconer

    My favourite is actually really simple…Kahlua over ice with a nice fat slice of real orange in it…I discovered it recently and it certainly makes for a great flavour. Much better than just Kahlua and milk!ReplyCancel

  • Strawberry Coconut Spritz

    150g watermelon flesh, chopped

    150g strawberries, frozen

    with 1 cup crushed ice blended for bottom layer

    150ml Bickford’s coconut juice
    150ml Soda water 1 cups of crushed ice for top layer

    serve with whipped cream if you likeReplyCancel

  • Sascha Foley

    3 rd time lucky I Hope!!
    skittles cocktail MMMMMmmmmm
    2 parts Taboo®

    1 part Vodka

    1 part Blue curaçao

    3 parts Orange juice

    3 parts Lemonade

    Ooooh &


    1 part Crème de cacao (dark)

    1 part Kahlua

    1 part Hazelnut liqueur

    1 part Cream

    1 teaspoon Honey

    3 parts MilkReplyCancel

  • Angie Boylan

    1 cup frozen raspberries
    Juice 1 lime
    15ml sugar syrup
    2 tablespoons Bickfords pomegranate juice
    Extra raspberries for garnish
    Lime or lemon zest to garnish

  • Yvette @ Little Bento Blog

    crushed ice
    8 mint leaves
    80ml lime juice
    40mls sugar syrup (sugar water)
    60mls Soda Water

    Fill a glass 1/3 full with ice, then add mint leaves. Lightly mash the leaves together with the liquid using a muddle stick or wooden pestle, being careful not to tear the leaves. Fill the glass with more ice, then add soda water, lime juice and sugar syrup. Garnish with mint, and drink!ReplyCancel

  • Simona Meli

    Tropical Getaway Layered Slushy

    – Tinned Crushed Pineapple in Natural Juice
    – Juice from the Crushed Pineapple
    – Pineapple flavoured syrup (to dress the inside of the glass)
    – Coconut Cream
    – Fresh Cream (for on top)
    – Toasted Shredded Coconut (as a garnish on top of the fresh cream)
    – Ice Cubes

    Dress the glass with drizzles of pineapple syrup
    Add some crushed pineapple
    Then a layer of thick coconut cream
    Buzz up ice cubes & pineapple juice (think slushy)

    More pineapple, more coconut cream, more slushy
    Finally, top off with a little whipped fresh cream and sprinkle on some toasted shredded coconut!ReplyCancel

  • Nici Perriam

    My favourite drink of all time is Lychee liquor with cranberry juice, so yum! But in the spirit of this competition, here is my recipe!

    The Desperate Housewife

    1 ounce lemon juice
    1 Granny Smith apple
    12 fresh basil
    Fresh ginger
    2 ounces Molinari Sambuca Extra
    1 1/2 ounces
    sparkling water

    Mash first four ingredients in a cocktail shaker.
    Add Molinari Extra and shake well with crushed ice. Filter twice, pour into a margarita glass, and top with sparkling water.ReplyCancel

  • Sahrita Williams

    My favourite cocktail is a Tia Maria Spider

    1 (or 2 lol) nips of Tia Maria
    1 glass of coke
    1 scoop of vanilla ice cream

    Absolutely delicious, just keep away from the kids lolReplyCancel

  • Tess Thomson

    A simple one I do at home a lot over Summer contains Vanilla vokda, cranberry juice and lime. I don’t have any fancy cocktail tools with which to do much more!ReplyCancel

  • Joanna Golding Lowe

    Simple but so yummy – in a jug place some ice cubes and add fresh apple juice, ginger ale or ginger beer and top with soda or lemonade. Quantities will depend on individual taste. Throw in some slices of lime and lemon. Great as a mocktail or add to a shot of vodka or a glass of sparkling wine.ReplyCancel

  • Maryanne


    My husband created this mocktail for me when I was
    on a 3 and 1/2 month juice fast. The quantities are a guide. Adjust to
    your own personal taste.

    Splash of Coconut juice
    Pulp of 3 or 4 large mangos
    Juice of 2 oranges
    Juice of 1/2 a large sweet pineapple
    Juice of 1 or 2 limes depending upon size

    like buggery pour in a glass and what the hell, tizz it up with a
    little umbrella. Sink back into a comfy chair or lounge and simply have a
    foodgasm without the food

  • Lisa Bright

    I can’t go past a good fruit punch. Ginger beer, tropical fruit juice and some fruit pieces (from a can if running short on time). For extra fanciness, I like to make pretty ice cubes. Use large-ish containers (depending on what you’re going to serve the drink in) and fill with cut up pieces of fruit. I like strawberries and fresh mint. Add water and freeze. Instant drink prettiness! :-)ReplyCancel

  • Jenny Swift

    Blueberry Blast Cocktail!

    Stuff you’ll need:
    Blue Curacao Liquer
    Sugar Syrup
    Blueberry Juice or Puree
    Crushed Ice Cubes
    Fruit Tingle Lollies
    Fancy Cocktail Glasses (or plastic ones if you’re planning on getting plastered!)
    A Babysitter (Either for your kids or excessively drunk guests?)

    How to do it:
    1. Grab all the ingredients in whichever quantity desired (depending on the amount of people you’re serving and how blotto you all wanna get!) and chuck them in a blender.

    2. Give it a good shuzzing then pour into your fancy (or plastic) glasses. If you’ve got any Fruit Tingles left crush them up and sprinkle over the top. Or before serving the drinks you can even dip the edge of the glasses in sugar syrup then Fruit Tingles to make them look all pretty and give an awesome fizzy tingle with every sip you take.

    3. Enjoy by sipping delicately or scull the whole thing in one shot, woohoo!!!ReplyCancel

  • Karly

    I was a Sex and the City addict in the late 90s and drank so many Cosmopolitans at seedy bars and friend’s places I’m surprised I can still stomach them. LOL

    1 shot of vodka

    1 shot of Cointreau

    A squeeze of lime

    Top up with ice and cranberry juice (these days good for UTIs!)


  • Mandy Seeger

    This is my own recipe, a flash of inspiration from some leftover custard in a carton, can be non-alcoholic or a cocktail, simply add Kahlua or Tia Maria for the “adult” version.

    Tiramisu Milkshake

    1/4 cup espresso coffee
    1/2 cup prepared low-fat custard
    100 g vanilla cheesecake frozen yogurt
    whipped cream (optional)
    cocoa, to dust (optional)

    1. Blend all ingredients together until smooth.
    2. Top with whipped cream & dust with cocoa.ReplyCancel

  • melanie whittle

    A pink elephant

    1/4 cup watermelon juice
    1/4 cup apple juice
    30ml Watermelon liqueur
    30ml Green apple vodka
    15ml grenadine

    Shake it up and pour over ice.ReplyCancel

  • Danni Robertson

    Vodka Cranberry with a lime wedge YUMMO!!!! Cant wait to not be pregnant and have a cocktail or 2 :)ReplyCancel

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{Giveaway} $100 Coles Voucher – Fight the carbs with Cruskits

This post is sponsored by Nuffnang and Arnott’s I’ve been good girl watching what I have been eating this year, the big change is having no chocolate in the house, eating more fruit and in particular not skipping lunch.  Last year I was finding that I was too ‘busy’ and would just work through lunch […]

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  • Wendy

    My favourite topping good old avocado, tomato and cheese with a little salt and pepper, too bad avocados are too expensive lately to have it often.ReplyCancel

  • CrystalB

    Cheese, onion and avocado.ReplyCancel

  • boogers

    I love cream chesse/cottage cheese with gerkins :DReplyCancel

  • Catherine

    These bring back memories of living at home with my parents! Mum was forever making these as snacks – cheese spread, slice of cheese, tomatoe, salt & pepper <3ReplyCancel

  • I think tinned tuna with beetroot would be divine!ReplyCancel

  • Gael

    Ham, cucumber,tomato, salt and pepper. Long time favourite.ReplyCancel

  • Theressa Membrey

    Peanut butter!!ReplyCancel

  • K

    yummo – more ideas for cruskits!ReplyCancel

  • Favourite topping is cottage cheese and tomato with lots of black pepper :)ReplyCancel

  • RossS12

    Smoked salmon, cream cheese and capers (just make sure to put the capers between the cream cheese and salmon so they don’t roll off)ReplyCancel

  • Always love butter vegemite and cheese, or cheese spread…..ReplyCancel

  • Very simple favourite here, butter and vegemite :)ReplyCancel

  • I am happy with just butter, vegemite and a thin slice of cheese on my cruskits!ReplyCancel

  • Cream Cheese and Ham :) YUMReplyCancel

  • Maree Weeks

    I HAD Cruskits, realised I had finished them! Great quick lunch! Even my nearly 4 year old lines them!ReplyCancel

    • Maree Weeks

      Favourite topping is ham, cheese and mayo.ReplyCancel

  • Remi Bettini

    Thanks for all these ideas, lots to try out now :) My fave is avocado with salt and pepper!ReplyCancel

  • cream cheese and salmon:-)ReplyCancel

  • OOO I had cruskits with one of those sundried tomato chunky dips. Love them and it was so much better than heavy turkish breadReplyCancel

  • I know what I am having for lunch now, thanks for the ideas!!!ReplyCancel

  • Jillian Ives

    Extra Light Philly, Salami or ham, spanish onion, capsicum this is my go to topping on Cruskits usually I’ll have a soup too.ReplyCancel

  • ACasa

    Desparately want to try the cinnamon nutmeg ricotta banana & honey one now. Yes please! But all time fav is sliced tasty cheese, onion & tomato flavoured tuna, fresh tomato slices on top, pepper. Oohoooo!ReplyCancel

  • doris

    smoked salmon & a blend of ricota & danish fetaReplyCancel

  • Vegemite or peanut butter. YummReplyCancel

  • Cottage cheese, avocado and tomato, mmmmm.ReplyCancel

  • Cream cheese and salami is yum!ReplyCancel

  • I actually prefer cruskit instead of normal bread! Always have for ages. Love salmon and philadelphia cream cheese with capers and sun dried tomatoes omg so yummyReplyCancel

  • Jacqui Fenton

    Chicken, cheese, pesto and coriander!ReplyCancel

  • Cruskits (I prefer the Rye variety, is lower cals too!) topped with Hommus and fresh tomato are my daily habit yum yum!ReplyCancel

  • Haven’t tried Cruskits for ages. Am a fan of cheese and tomato – must put on the lunch menu next weekReplyCancel

  • Cass

    I love ricotta and sliced dill pickles on Cruskits as a mid afternoon snack.ReplyCancel

  • Jenny S

    Chicken, light cheese and baby spinach leaves… A yummy lunch without the serving of guilt, yay! :)ReplyCancel

  • lara

    cheese and hamReplyCancel

  • I love sliced homegrown tomato sprinkled with salt and pepper, it’s plain, simple and delicious!ReplyCancel

  • tinkerbella79

    I love avocado and egg, its got the necessary protein to help me get pregnant as well as the fantastic taste!ReplyCancel

  • I like Philly cream cheese, grated carrot and sultanas. If I am having a bad day I like to put a little Nutella and sliced banana. ReplyCancel

  • Cheese and tomato hits the spotReplyCancel

  • Banana and top n fill. not the healthiest but sure is good!ReplyCancel

  • Abby

    I eat butter and Vegemite on mine – boring, but I love them!ReplyCancel

  • Kim

    Nothing beats Vegemite and Cheese!ReplyCancel

  • Well nothing beats vegemite, but i absolutely love cherry tomatoes and vintage cheeseReplyCancel

  • Gemma Westacott Blair

    Has to be cream cheese and thinly sliced pastrami! Nom nomReplyCancel

  • Rebecca

    Cream cheese, shaved ham and thinly sliced tomato with salt and pepper, delicious!ReplyCancel

  • I like anything that compliments the Cruskits’ crunch. Salami, cheese and baby spinach; spring onion cream cheese with chicken; shaved roast beef, dijon mustard and rocket, yum!ReplyCancel

  • Kat, how, by all that is holy, did you slice the Cruskit for the lunch boxes? I’ve tried it and just ended up with crumbs stuck together by butter!ReplyCancel

  • Dawn Taylor

    Mashed avocado, with smoked salmon.ReplyCancel

  • meegan

    mashed avocado and thinly sliced cheeseReplyCancel

  • Carolyn Bishop

    Avocado and salmon is my favourite, but if I’m being lazy I like peanut butter.ReplyCancel

  • Sheryl

    Good old cheese and vegemite. Also like Tuna. ReplyCancel

  • Ariani

    Cream cheese, smoked salmon, and dillReplyCancel

  • Charmaine

    Avocado, fell in love with it when giving my babies “safe” foods, but your ideas look delicious! Must reacquaint myself with Cruskits!ReplyCancel

  • love creamed cheese and salmon (try it with smoked salmon)ReplyCancel

  • Peanut butter!! Prob not the healthiest option, but I love it.ReplyCancel

  • Kate

    I love avocado and cheese with salt and pepper! So simple but so scrumptious!ReplyCancel

  • My favourite would be avocado with freshly grated parmesan… In fact that is what I had for lunch today!!! WE LOVE cruskits in our houseReplyCancel

  • Dani Barley

    I think I’m a fan of tomato and avocado, with a thin slice of cheese. Now I’m getting hungry! :DReplyCancel

  • Elizabeth Lynch

    I can’t go past home made hummus, the cruskits don’t overpower the flavor :-)ReplyCancel

  • hubby is gluten free so these are part of our everyday lives now…my fav would be vegemite, ham and egg…no one else wants to share with me though :-)ReplyCancel

  • Cheese and tomato with cracked pepper on top :) Mmmmmm Cruskits!!ReplyCancel

  • vegiemite its so yummy or salami and cheese and italian peppersReplyCancel

  • Jessie Hay

    Avocado and tomatoReplyCancel

  • Merryl Chantrell

    You cannot tamper with perfection and that’s why my favourite Cruskit topping is simply to slather them with a good quality Butter…yep just Butter. Do try it :-)ReplyCancel

  • I cant go past the salmon and cream cheese too. Yummo!

  • You want an awesome topping for Cruskits?! Crispy bacon, eggs and maple syrup.ReplyCancel

  • Jo Long

    Nutella with banana and cinnamon – a little treat to myself when kids are in bed :)ReplyCancel

  • Fiona Charlton

    Cruskits with Ricotta, Cinnamon, Banana & a drizzle of honey!ReplyCancel

  • Tanya

    Cream cheese and asparagus. Cook the asparagus (or use tinned/jarred varieties), spread with cream cheese, lay asparagus on the top and squash it down so it doesn’t roll off. Yum! ReplyCancel

  • Jillian Hall

    I love fresh ripe tomatoes with a sprinkle of salt and pepper on my Cruskits – it’s a flavor that takes me back to childhood!ReplyCancel

  • Annie

    Cheese spread, sliced vine ripened tomato, chopped herbs.ReplyCancel

  • Liz

    Cream cheese and tomato, with salt and pepper. Simple and yum!ReplyCancel

  • I’m so plain and boring – I love cruskits with vegemite and cheese! YUMReplyCancel

  • Candy

    Good old vegemite and butter for meReplyCancel

  • disqus_pborwv3TpH

    Tomato and cheese please. Or occasionally jam – reminds me of my childhood!ReplyCancel

  • Peanut butter (no salt no sugar one), honey and mashed banana.ReplyCancel

  • Tomato and pepper is a firm favourite, plus you can’t go past vegemite!ReplyCancel

  • Kyla

    Great idea, I always have cruskits in the pantry for the kids, but never think to eat them myself!ReplyCancel

  • I do love peanut butter & honey.ReplyCancel

  • Lacey

    Tomato and cream cheese, with salt and pepper is pretty hard to beat!ReplyCancel

  • Good old fashioned margarine and vegemite. You can’t beat it. YUM!!

    Rachel Kriss-Newell ([email protected]ReplyCancel

  • Love cheese, semi dried tomato, spanish onion and a crack of pepper. Absolutely delicious:)ReplyCancel

  • Sarita

    Home made hummus, thinly sliced cucumber and tomato, a generous sprinkle of chopped parsley, and cracked pepper. Fresh and delicious – but hard to stop at one!ReplyCancel

  • Fleur Millington

    I usually like mine with a little butter -naughty I know but such an easy work snack!ReplyCancel

  • Love red onion, cream cheese and grape tomatoes :)ReplyCancel

  • i like having turkey, cheese and cranberry sauceReplyCancel

  • tuna and cream cheeseReplyCancel

  • Liz A

    Vegemite, ham, avocado, and chicken salt!ReplyCancel

  • Kim m

    I love ham, cheese, sweet chilli sauce and cracked black pepper delicious!!!ReplyCancel

  • AmberB

    Chicken, Brie and CranberryReplyCancel

  • Natkatlark

    Philly cheese and small tin of flavoured tuna. Yum!ReplyCancel

  • Love cheese and tomato with salt and pepper.ReplyCancel

  • The tomato and cheese looks delicious!ReplyCancel

  • Vegemite and cheese :)ReplyCancel

  • Jo Keller

    I love love love Philly cream cheese, ham and Avocado with a sprinkle of salt and pepper Yum!ReplyCancel

  • SurelySarah

    I’m a big fan of cream cheese and light peanut butter! Tomato with pepper is pretty ace too!ReplyCancel

  • Heather Hopley

    I love labna and fresh tomatoes, pepper and salt on my Cruskits.ReplyCancel

  • Karly

    Avocado + salt and pepperReplyCancel

  • Melissa Jones

    Cream cheese and salmon is my favourite topping. I’m a big fan of salmon.ReplyCancel

  • Anna M

    Vegemite….my kids loved them from the time they were in their highchairsReplyCancel

  • Jenn

    Cream cheese and vegemite is my number one favourite!!ReplyCancel

  • Amy

    Straight up avacado. Yumm!ReplyCancel

  • Melissa C

    Cream cheese! Hard to go past it. My kids love it tooReplyCancel

  • flyingdrunkenmonkey

    Rye cruskits with cottage cheese, tomato, fresh basil and salt and pepper. mmmm.ReplyCancel

  • I love Peanut Butter! But will definitely be trying some new things after reading this :)ReplyCancel

  • Debb

    i too adore salmon and cream cheese! i just had lunch but its making me peckish again hahaReplyCancel

  • Angelina Kenman

    Hummus and Avocado – Yum!ReplyCancel

  • Cream cheese and tomato! yummoReplyCancel

  • Jennifer

    We are big Cruskit eaters in our house, the kids love them plain, or with vegemite, cheese, tomato, avocado, for me I love cream cheese, sliced banana and a drizzle of maple syrup..yum..ReplyCancel

  • Bosco

    I love a bit of hummus, then ham, lettuce and cheese. Yum!!ReplyCancel

  • Cheese and Tomato have ALWAYS been my favorite Cruskit topper.ReplyCancel

  • Mel Cordell

    John West Tuna Tempters are great to grab as you are running out the door, easy to keep at your desk/office, and are great on Cruskits which you can also keep a box of at your desk :)ReplyCancel

  • Jodi Bingley

    As boring as it may seem… Vegemite is my favourite topping for Cruskits! Aussie, Aussie, Aussie – Oi, Oi, Oi!ReplyCancel

  • Tomato & Onion tuna and Philly cream cheese Nom!ReplyCancel

  • Tamsin

    I like cream cheese with smoked salmon and capers, hummus and cheese, avocado with tomato and cheese, cream cheese with sliced gerkhins, cream cheese with sliced cucumber. A sprinkling of herbamare salt on these toppings is nice. Also peanut butter and grated carrot is yummy.ReplyCancel

  • Helen Naicker

    Tuna leaves, crumbling feta and a drizzle of balsamic vinegar…ReplyCancel

  • I love philly cream cheese, ham and cucumber on mine!ReplyCancel

  • Ingird

    I love avo, mixed with cottage cheese (the one that comes in onion and chives) and sweet little tomatoes on top. this has become a snack staple for me!! Yummo!ReplyCancel

  • Vegemite and cheese, and pop in microwave for 20secs to mel cheese. ReplyCancel

  • celia

    Thank you. I love cruskits with coconut butter and pesto.ReplyCancel

  • My son is a big fan and just loves them plain!ReplyCancel

  • Vanessa

    Good ole butter and vegemite :) mmmReplyCancel

  • Dani

    This is such a great post for me – I HATE lunch, so loving being inspired by Cruskits! My favourite is cream cheese & tuna, yum!ReplyCancel

  • stacye reid

    i love cruskits with Smoked salmon and cream cheese Delish!ReplyCancel

  • Kellie Fuller

    Tomato and Onion Tuna, with a bit of cream cheese :-)ReplyCancel

  • jade_williams

    Tuna, avocado and cheese!ReplyCancel

  • Carolyn

    Peanut butter & honey. Very naughty but oh so good!ReplyCancel

  • Jodes82

    Plain for my babies, crus kits were great because they kind of melt in your mouth. So I knew the kids wouldn’t choke on them. Now they love them dunked in Nutella.ReplyCancel

  • Ricotta cheese and smoked salmonReplyCancel

  • Hmm…I’ve never tried cruskits before. Guess I know what I’m gonna put in my shopping trolley next time :)ReplyCancel

  • Lauren

    I’ve always just eaten them with cheese and tomato! But there are some creative ideas out there, I really should be adventurous and try them!ReplyCancel

  • Sarah H

    Cream cheese and vegemiteReplyCancel

  • Deb

    Mashed Avocado, with the lite sundried tomato & onion tuna (drained of course) a little bit of cracked pepper. Yummo!! :)ReplyCancel

  • Holly R

    Tasty and traditional- Cheese and tomato with some cracked pepper. I am definitely trying the salmon and cream cheese… and (Helen’s suggestion) the feta and balsamic vinegar sounds pretty good too!ReplyCancel

  • Peanut butterReplyCancel

  • My favourite topping is just cream cheese – I could nom them all day!ReplyCancel

  • Nutella and cream cheese :) a pregnancy craving that never disappeared once baby arrived!ReplyCancel

  • Nutella as a sweet snack…ReplyCancel

  • Lots of butter! not healthy but tastes so good :)ReplyCancel

  • ‘Curried egg and lettuce.ReplyCancel

  • Jess

    Cottage cheese and sliced gherkins. Love it! Can’t forget good old vegemite eitherReplyCancel

  • Sarah McCoy

    I love cruskits with colby cheese and cheesybite vegemite. So cheesy and so good :)ReplyCancel

  • Shannen

    I love them with Avocado nod my one year old loves the corn cruskits with cottage cheese.ReplyCancel

  • Avocado, shaved chicken loaf and a sprinkling of grated cheese :) The cheese and tomato is a staple of mine too!ReplyCancel

  • Bettina

    Butter and golden syrup- naughty I know!ReplyCancel

  • I love cheese, chutney and rocket! Homemade chutney is the best!ReplyCancel

  • Tuna, corn and cream cheese is my favourite, then tomato ham and cheeseReplyCancel

  • Paula

    I haven’t had cruskits in years – great idea. I’ll have to add them to the shopping list.

    I used to love Cruskits with butter and Promite!ReplyCancel

  • I need to get kids lunch box idea’s, that way i can try them before the kiddies :)ReplyCancel

  • Eva Lavelle

    Is it daggy that my absolute favourite cruskit topping is butter and vegemite?!ReplyCancel

  • have not had them for years need to look for them as the bread in this house goes stale too quick. Loved them with sliced cheese and vegimite, oranges when preggo.ReplyCancel

  • I’ve been getting some great ideas from others comments! My boring, yet yummy staple is tuna with cream cheese,ReplyCancel

  • i love good old vegemiteReplyCancel

  • Kirsten Benhiam

    When I am feeling nostalgic I turn to vegemite but when I am feeling great and the sun is shining I have cheese and tomato. I have to hide the rest of the packet though as my kids can polish them off very quickly.ReplyCancel

  • Kelly Lakeman

    Butter & Vegemite!!!ReplyCancel

  • Diane Heriot

    cream cheese, smoked tuna and cornReplyCancel

  • Vegemite for sureReplyCancel

  • Megsy

    My all time favourite would have to be light cottage cheese, torn basil leaves and sliced tomato. Yummo!ReplyCancel

  • Missy

    It might be boring but butter and vegemite!!! yum!!ReplyCancel

  • Good old vegemite for the kids! Cheese & tomato with a small sprinkle of pepper for me!ReplyCancel

  • Raquel

    Avocado & feta blow away all the problems in the the big bad world!! lolReplyCancel

  • jodie

    I am boring, my all time fav has to be butter and vegimite!ReplyCancel

  • Vegemite or tomato, cheese and pesto mayo :)ReplyCancel

  • yummo my kds love these with anything an everythingReplyCancel

  • Peta

    Tuna, cucumber and pickle relishReplyCancel

  • Cream cheese, bacon, onion and chilli sauce.ReplyCancel

  • I’d just about forgotten that cruskits exist! I’ll have to get some…your lunch ideas look yummy!ReplyCancel

  • jenny

    Spinach dip with turket and pinenuts.ReplyCancel

  • Iva

    tuna, feta and drizzle of olive oil!ReplyCancel

  • banana and honeyReplyCancel

  • Avocado, Tomato and Ham! Oh yum!ReplyCancel

  • Renae

    I can’t go past a butter and Vegemite cruskit, I always eat more than what I planned.ReplyCancel

  • Tomato and cheese with a little bit of salt and pepper, but I’d like to try some of the suggestions below!ReplyCancel

  • Smoked salmon, capers,avocado and cream cheeseReplyCancel

  • I just love Peanut ButterReplyCancel

  • My favourite cruskit topping is a smear of mayo, a few baby spinach leaves, topped with some yummy Mediterranean-flavoured tuna. Yummo!! And for the sweet tooth – peanut butter, sliced banana, drizzled with honey.ReplyCancel

  • peanut butter and strawberry jam!ReplyCancel

  • Cream cheese, smoked salmon and avocado!ReplyCancel

  • Just love Cheese and tomato or smoked salmon with capers and Cupie mayonnaise.ReplyCancel

  • Carolyn

    Vegemite and butter my childhood favourite!ReplyCancel

  • Edward Lauren

    Vegemite and Red Leicester CheeseReplyCancel

  • My favourite Cruskit topping?
    Avocado, bacon bits and shredded lettuce.ReplyCancel

  • Simone

    Cheese and Tomato yum yum yumReplyCancel

  • cream cheese by itself. YUM!!ReplyCancel

  • Corrie

    Avocado & tomatoReplyCancel

  • My favourite is mayo tuna and onion.ReplyCancel

  • Ky Price

    cream cheese and strawberry jam or just tomatoReplyCancel

  • Kim M

    “Tomato and Onion” tuna and cream cheese.ReplyCancel

  • Mandy

    Cheese, tomato, avocado and black pepper.ReplyCancel

  • LuiseP

    classic cheese & tomato, with a touch of fresh black pepperReplyCancel

  • I love them simply with vegemite :)ReplyCancel

  • I love mine with peanut butter as an afternoon pick me upReplyCancel

  • It used to be just plain old cheese but after visiting the blog & Cruskits FB page, now it might be tuna and ricotta with avocado!ReplyCancel

  • Jenai

    Mr 4 loves them with vegemite, Mr 2 loves them just with butter, I love them plain (great alternative for fatty chips, and a nice crunching sensation when you bite into them), and hubby loves them with salmon, rocket and cottage cheese. They’re a winner any which way at our house :o)ReplyCancel

{GIVEAWAY} $100 Lime Tree Kids Voucher

Lime Tree Kids has grown so much over the years with a collection of Unique, Stylish and Fun items Each item has been handpicked because of its usefulness , creativity, developmental & emotional encouragement and general fun-ness!! Lime Tree Kids toys are for children with special needs and those whose needs are special! They love […]

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  • Brittany

    My son would love to play with the Haba Sand Toys!ReplyCancel

  • jade

    those tiger tribe box sets are cute! love wooden toysReplyCancel

  • Stephanie Veljanovska

    I absolutely adore the Uptown Espresso Kitchen. Its Beautiful and Lots of Fun Play could happen with it.ReplyCancel

  • Amazing products at LTKReplyCancel

  • CrystalB

    The Busy set toyReplyCancel

  • Gemma Westacott Blair

    My daughter loves her wooden Mixer Set from Lime Tree Kids. She spends hours baking us cakes, muffins, scones etc. And it’s saving my waistline from having to make too make real-life cakes! LolReplyCancel

  • PC

    The sand toys look fabulous for little onesReplyCancel

  • lainskii

    The Learning Tower, these look so great and useful but to expensive for me as I’m on maternity leave.ReplyCancel

  • Cynthia

    I love the Mr Food Face plates, they are very cool!ReplyCancel

  • Lisa P.

    I love the wall prints and wooden cars.ReplyCancel

  • Michelle

    My boys, two and four would absolutely love the Train Tiger Tribes box set!ReplyCancel

  • naomi

    love the look of the tip top triangle, would be perfect for my little manReplyCancel

  • Jill

    The Jellycat Bashful Bunny, perfect for Easter.ReplyCancel

  • chaos

    I love the digging claw-the grand kids would try so hard to dig their way to the centre of the earth with itReplyCancel

  • Cass

    I love all their storage products, especially this peacock: Storage that is practical and super cute at the same time – who could ask for more?ReplyCancel

  • The Tiger Tribes Castle for my little Prince and Princess..ReplyCancel

  • The Liz Reversible Rattle – 2 rattles for the price of one and so cuteReplyCancel

  • Rachel T

    I can’t pick a specific favourite, but I LOVE all the puzzles. My 3 y.o is so good at puzzles, and they help him learn new words every time he does them! (he has a delay)ReplyCancel

  • The Boon Frog Pod is my favourite, actually is one of the best things kidwise that I’ve ever bought for the bathroom. The suctions really hold it in place and it even doubles as a hand towel hanger :)ReplyCancel

  • i love the kids educational toys all of them though i can never buy them all each different toy has its own way of teaching i just love them allReplyCancel

  • I love the Mocka Original Highchair – super sturdy and stylish, it’d last my little man and girl through all their feeding phases!ReplyCancel

  • elesha

    I love the wooden doll house and train sets :) (tiger tribe box sets)ReplyCancel

  • Emma D

    I like the Dream for your Boy canvas – so cute!ReplyCancel

  • Those sand toys are so unique and clever – I wonder why no-one’s made them beforeReplyCancel

  • I have been searching for good toys to use at the beach for the last 12 months. All I can find at shops or online are variations of buckets and spades. I haven’t even been to look at all the items and I am already hooked!!!!!!!!!ReplyCancel

  • Gabby Howlett

    Squeezee Pouches…..fantastic! ReplyCancel

  • Baby Zoo Sleep Trainer Clock ….. AMAZING!! Has made my twin 4 year olds stay in bed till 6am (believe me that IS a great improvement)ReplyCancel

  • Emily

    all of the sand toy… Ready for summer and beach days!ReplyCancel

  • Kristy

    Favourite product would be… the 4 My Earth Sandwich Pocket. Since we don’t do cling wrap any more, these are a great option and get used for all kinds of things :)ReplyCancel

  • Merryl Chantrell

    Sand Toys, Sand Toys what marvellous memories I have of playing in the sand 50+ years ago. The possibilities are endless.ReplyCancel

  • Kristy

    I love the adorable kids wooden beach chairs!ReplyCancel

  • Mel

    Love love love like tree kids! Their toys are amazing!!ReplyCancel

  • Jo Long

    It is hard to just like one thing on Lime Tree Kids but if i had to choose I would love to get my girls the Tiger Tribe Dollhouse and my boys the Tiger Tribe Train setReplyCancel

  • Danielle Hevers

    I love the mocka range… especially the trees and wagons!ReplyCancel

  • Tanya

    The Zoku Quick Pop maker is my absolute favourite item from LTK. It’s the best!ReplyCancel

  • Annie

    What a great idea is the Sand Bucket Scooter. The kids can have so much fun at the beach or in the sand pit at home or kindy :)ReplyCancel

  • Guest

    I am a very regular customer at LTK :) would love to win and buy another tiger tribe boxed set – I’m thinking my daughter would love the pirate one! Thank you! anyaReplyCancel

  • bremans2

    We have a lot of products from LTKs :) my current favourite would be the mocka teepee my 2 year old received for Christmas! It’s gorgeous and both my girls love it! Thanks, DanyaReplyCancel

  • Fiona Charlton

    3D Play Rugs – Traffic, great for little boys who love cars!ReplyCancel

  • brejed

    I just love the sand toys. The tiger tribe sets are innovative and fun.ReplyCancel

  • What isn’t there to love? I love the Mr food face plates and the Dr Haba medical kit. I especially love the medical kit because the toys are plush which means noone is going to get stuck in the eye with a ‘plastic needle’.ReplyCancel

  • The Brolly Sheets! We have just started the no nappies at night with my son and have had countless accidents which have resulted in the entire bed required to be stripped and the mattress aired. These would be a sanity saver!ReplyCancel

  • Jessiep

    Love the tiger tribe box setsReplyCancel

    • Jessiep

      Oops, because they are easy to pack up and keep together all my children love them ages from 7 months to 9 years and they have that nice old fashion feelingReplyCancel

  • LauraDA

    I love the chic maxi kitchen in brown or pink!ReplyCancel

  • Would love the Brolly Sheets we’re toilet training our little man and haven’t started nights yet :-)ReplyCancel

  • The zoku pop maker, healthy icecreams made in minutes, made with you-know-what, not who-knows-what!!!!ReplyCancel

  • I love the Mocka soho kids chairs my kids love them and they are so useful and practical. Wo0ulkd lovw to buy them a tee-pee!ReplyCancel

  • I would love love love the ZOKU Quick Pop Maker! Here in QLD it would be wonderful to make different flavoured ice-blocks (with the kids help) each afternoon during summer. Find a favourite, make it for a few days. Great way to introduce different fruits or combinations!ReplyCancel

  • The creative flare that is sparked
    When my children create with art.
    Decorating their own cardboard ART HOUSE
    Their individual quirkiness reaches out.

    So proud of their own creations,
    Admiring their drawings with adulation,
    Learning about colour blending, refining motor skills
    Confidence with creating is instilled.

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  • My favourite is the Magnetic Words range as im currently helping my four and half year old to write and readReplyCancel

  • Love the Jellystone necklace, so bright and stylish.ReplyCancel

  • I like the look of the learning ladder, would come in handy at my house, the kids are always trying to see over the bench.ReplyCancel

  • I do love the 100% cotton muslin Star Light sleeping bag by aden +anais. Beautiful & safe sleeping.ReplyCancel

  • Love the look of the tiger tribes box sets love anything that resembles a doll house for boys :)

  • Dawn Taylor

    The Tiger Tribe ABC stamp set. I’m not able to get down on the floor and play like I used to so I like toys and games that I can play with my granddaughters that aren’t too bulky and heavy and can be played on a surface that is a good enough height to get my wheelchair under. The stamp set would fit the bill exactly.ReplyCancel

  • Kate

    Children’s tree hangers. I would just love to get one of those!ReplyCancel

  • I love the bunny night light is very retro and well cute as a bunny!ReplyCancel

  • Sarah Fleming

    I love the Funkyfonic headphones, my children all need new headphones and these ones are gorgeous!ReplyCancel

  • Emma

    I love all the wooden toy foods, but especially love the Chic French Bakery!!ReplyCancel

  • Heather

    I love the new range of books and guides, that Shelly is using also, with great results for her son. I too have a wonderful son with ASD (and a gorgeous little coeliac daughter), it is amazing what some small changes can do.ReplyCancel

  • Love the Lullaby fit ball – my little one would love one for her physio rather than the standard sporty fit balls.. would make physio just that little bit more fun!ReplyCancel

  • AmberB

    Love the Ladder Shelf – it’s the perfect way to display allof the family’s special treasures.ReplyCancel

  • kylie.thomson

    I love the hand puppet door-way theatre. I love it when my kid’s put on a show!ReplyCancel

  • joanne jensen

    my grandson would LOVE those sand toys! he spends hours out in his sandbox!ReplyCancel

  • Kerrie Owen

    I would LOVE the ‘ Mocka Table and Chairs for my grand children so they have a place to sit, eat and play. These are unique in design and i love it.ReplyCancel

  • I really love the Kimochis – they are sooooo cute!ReplyCancel

  • Christie

    It’s my son’s birthday in 3 weeks and he’d love those sand toys!ReplyCancel

  • Robyn H

    I’ve ordered from LTK before and their customer service is AMAZING!!! Love supporting local, family-run businesses!ReplyCancel

    • Robyn H

      I should add my little girl loves her LTK bunny I ordered for Easter!ReplyCancel

  • Dani

    My great nieces would love the sand toys!ReplyCancel

  • Love the box sets! My son would go crazy for the pirate themed box!ReplyCancel

  • So many product that will help me within my family with three children on the ASD spectrum.ReplyCancel

  • Jude

    I love how sturdy these toys look! How can I pick a favorite?!! :)ReplyCancel

  • brookep

    love supporting family businesses!! :)ReplyCancel

  • Great toys. My kids love playing in the sand so the sand toys would be well loved!ReplyCancel

  • Shannen

    I would love a Zoku Pop maker for yummy frozen treats with seasonal fruits. Sounds deelish for a steamy Queensland afternoon. ReplyCancel

  • Ghost egg cups they are so cute!ReplyCancel

  • Leah Piper

    Love Love Love the KimochisReplyCancel

  • Tegan

    I love all the products on this website – unique and educational!ReplyCancel

  • Sonia

    I love the car garage.ReplyCancel

  • Mel C

    Both my 4yr old DD and 18month old son would love the sand toysReplyCancel

  • Angela Tylee

    I’ve been eyeing off the storage benches – they’re my favourite! They’re cute, anything with storage is fabulous for this house, and the kids would love them. Fingers crossed for me. :-)ReplyCancel

  • Wendy

    How to choose, but I think some outdoor toys to help my inquisitive little man explore nature and gardeningReplyCancel

  • Adele Smith

    I think the Mini Teepees are simply gorgeous and would make the perfect interactive & imaginative play gift for boys and girls.ReplyCancel

  • Catherine

    I want a teepee for my two girls! They would love it! I can imagine them putting their pillow pets and blankies in there and playing for ages.ReplyCancel

  • Melissa Wieckowski

    My little boy’s birthday is in May and he is just crazy about puzzles at the moment so I would love to get him the Speedy Fish Puzzle and I loved the look of the Ball Track too!! :)ReplyCancel

  • Megan

    Love the 6 cube storage units. About to update my son’s bedroom :-)ReplyCancel

  • flyingdrunkenmonkey

    I love the “BabyZoo Sleep Trainer Clock”. They are so cute! My daughter loves animals and has just started trying to learn to use a clock so they would be perfect for her.ReplyCancel

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  • Angelina Kenman

    I think my hubby would have just as much fun with some of these toys as my son :)ReplyCancel

  • I love this site – they have a fab quirky range of kids products. I especially like the Squeezems – so handy for school lunch boxes and little ones on pureesReplyCancel

  • Janine Stoner

    I love the Fruut Storage Tree…a very versatile storage idea. It would also be great to decorate at certain times of the year such as birthdays, christmas, easter etc.ReplyCancel

  • andrea

    Only $100? That won’t buy me one of everything ;)ReplyCancel

    • andrea

      Ooops didn’t read the question properly. I would love some sandwich cutters. My little boy is such a fussy eater!ReplyCancel

  • I like the OTI organiser, which I purchased for the first time in 2012, very practical.ReplyCancel

  • Kirsty Kelly

    I love The Tee Pees the most!!! But I love your FB Page for the hints and tips :O)ReplyCancel

  • Beck

    My kids love the box sets. they have looked at them and chosen one all ready lol one would love the fairy one and the other the cars one. they would be so good to take when you have to take your kids out to a dinner or something.ReplyCancel

  • We LOVE the soho highchair, it is so perfect for little people. It enables them to be at the correct height, i love that it has different height levels for as they grow. definitely a piece that will grow with them and be able to be used for many years.ReplyCancel

  • Victoria

    LTK have awesome products. I love my sons bashful bunny, it’s so plush and cuddly!ReplyCancel

  • Crystal Jones

    I would absolutely love to try the bath crayons I think my 2 year old would love them :)ReplyCancel

  • I LOVE the puppet show stands! :)ReplyCancel

  • Belinda Baker

    My 4 year old is in love with rainbows at the moment. I am sure he would love to receive on of the rainbow casesReplyCancel

  • I love the Storage Unit – Three Cubes and wan them to store the kids school and sport stuff in so we can finally get organised with that.ReplyCancel

  • Maree Weeks

    My oldest would love the Pirate Tiger Tribe Set!ReplyCancel

  • I love the felt ball rug!! Would look great in my daughters room :)ReplyCancel

  • Aileen

    Tiger Tribe Fairy box set is divine. Love the rainbox stairs/slide part of it.ReplyCancel

  • We would love Baby ChloeReplyCancel

  • My boys desperately want a teepee so I know it will be very loved!ReplyCancel

  • Claire H

    I am loving the Jellycat bashful bunny at the moment. My daughter just received one for Easter and she loves it too. ReplyCancel

  • the haba sand toys as my kids love the sandpit!!ReplyCancel

  • Stace

    If I had to pick just ONE as my all time FAVOURITE, it would be the “Tidy Books Bookcase” because I LOVE books and we have so many!! I have always taught my Boys how important books are and I really LOVE the idea of having a select few books out on display!!!ReplyCancel

  • I love the Le Toy Van Wooden Toys – especially the mixer. I love the durability of wooden toys and know my kids would love to play with them.ReplyCancel

  • A teepee would be lots of fun for my boys :)ReplyCancel

  • Charmaine

    I love all of their stuff but right now I NEED some storage cubes to get my daughter’s bedroom under control, so I’ll say them!ReplyCancel

  • Anya

    Le Toy Van range is the best! High quality toys to treasure for generations of kids:)ReplyCancel

  • The Tee Pee its so awesome would make a great indoor cubby for rainy days for my girls. They go crazy for cubby houses at the moment.ReplyCancel

  • The magnetic Alphabet case, fun and educational.ReplyCancel

  • I love the wooden toys particularly the Multi Activity ChariotReplyCancel

  • Jillian hall

    I love the Lunch Pals Butterfly, what a cute idea for lunchtimes at kindy!ReplyCancel

  • Maria Pennisi

    Love the wooden toys. Simple but fun and durable.ReplyCancel

  • Love the Boxset – Fairies. Awesome how it packs up!!!ReplyCancel

  • Sarah Thompson

    My 2yo would love a tee peeReplyCancel

  • Master 2 would love the tee pee… I can imagine him squealing with delight already!ReplyCancel

  • Di

    My girls would love a table and chair set for the toy room.ReplyCancel

  • How awesome is the my first autobahn tape! It’s on my shopping list for my son’s birthday, as well as my 2 nephews birthdays that follow very closely! I can’t think of anything cooler for a little boy, my son spends hours playing with his cars.ReplyCancel

  • I Am coveting a tidy books bookcase – so perfect for little kids books – and a perfect size for the limited space we have in our shared bedrooms :)ReplyCancel

  • Megs

    HABA Sand Toys! Anything to get the kids outside digging around having fun and getting fresh air is fantastic in my book!ReplyCancel

  • There are too many products to choose one favourite! I would probably have to say at this stage that it is the Jack and Jill organic toothpaste for kids. No nasties :) Looking forward to seeing more products in this category.ReplyCancel

  • Theressa Membrey

    The sand bucket scooter by Haba.ReplyCancel

  • Abby

    Love the cute car tracks and toys for little boys :)ReplyCancel

  • Love the Mocka cowboy teepee for my little boy!!!ReplyCancel

  • meegan

    I dont have a favourite but I have got the fridge to go lunch boxes and all the kids in my sons class have been asking their parents for one too..ReplyCancel

  • disqus_pborwv3TpH

    Wooden toys <3 <3 <3 !!ReplyCancel

  • tanya c

    The teepee is such a great place to read books and play cubbies indoors.ReplyCancel

  • Barbara

    I love this because it looks so realistic. Provides hours of fun

  • Jo Keller

    Love the Tangram Hammer Game, everyone in the family can have fun making pictures and what kids doesn’t like to hammer and nail things!.ReplyCancel

  • Jasmine

    We couldn’t make it to the rally, but this is the next best thing

  • Karly

    I’d love a new nappy bag – especially the black diamond quilt carryall

  • Amie

    I have my eye on the Tiger Tribe Magna Play Things That Go as well as the Magnetic Rocket for my two boys.ReplyCancel

  • jade_williams

    I have heard fantastic things about the Mocka Original Highchair and would love to purchase one for my little girl now we have started solids.ReplyCancel

  • Mick G

    Little Cooper would so love the tee pees as hes a realt outside boy and tents are a real magnet to himReplyCancel

  • Deb

    The Train box set you can take it with you, great to travel with too! :)ReplyCancel

  • Wendy Daniels

    GIRLY GIRL TEEPEES are so amazingly cute I love the simplicity of them and the fun they will make outside, it brings back my childhood memoriesReplyCancel

  • Rebecca

    I love the monkey storage bin so so much! I’ve wanted it from the moment I saw it about 6 months ago. It’s just so cute and bright, it would be perfect in my little monkey’s room!ReplyCancel

  • Rebecca Andrew

    I love the Sophie the Giraffe Roly PolyReplyCancel

  • Nic Smede

    How exciting.. :)ReplyCancel

  • I love the Tiger Tribe train set for my grand son – he loves cars but has not had exposure to a train. I am sure he would LOVE it!ReplyCancel

  • I absolutely adore the Tiger Tribe boxsets, my little man loves packing it up and taking it to his Grandma’s house. such a great toy.ReplyCancel

  • Diane Heriot

    Zoku Quick Pop Maker looks amazing and fun for the whole familyReplyCancel

  • I love, love, love the hand puppets and whole puppet set! So much to love, but they are my fav.ReplyCancel

  • The Train box set is great. Master 2 would love it.ReplyCancel

  • Liz B

    The ZOKU Quick Pop maker – it looks like an amazing productReplyCancel

  • J_in_WA

    As a teacher, I love any product that is going to encourage a young love of literacy and also anything to develop fine motor skills.ReplyCancel

  • Kirrily Morse

    We love our 3 sprouts Storage boxes from LTK. So handy for packing up train sets and multiple random toys.ReplyCancel

  • stacey

    I love the walking schedule. Its a good way to remind us to go for a walk and see what nature has to offer…ReplyCancel

  • I’m totally in love with the Babywood Whale puzzle! My family has a thing for whales and has a huge collection of figurines and arts and crafts. That puzzle would be a super cute addition!ReplyCancel

  • The storage cube sort it and store it bins are great because it allows the toy room to be neat and tidy yet the toys are still easily accessible for the kids! Plus they look snazzy!ReplyCancel

  • jen

    Sophie the Giraffe for baby gift & my son’s jarod tool bench – he loves it!ReplyCancel

  • Honeybeebooks

    My Daughter loves the sandpit and the Sand Bucket Scooter is such a great looking toy. HABA always make great quality toys.ReplyCancel

  • I got the squeeze ems for my kids and they are obsessed with them! But I love everything on the LTK website. I want everything lolReplyCancel

  • Bev

    Art House has got to be our fave, with 2 very arty kids they love to create their own design on everythingReplyCancel

  • Katherine

    Just got a LTK order last week. They are so efficient and love everything I bought. Here’s hoping for a fun shopping spree!ReplyCancel

  • Rowena

    I think that the tidy books bookcase looks amazing. The ones that I have seen in the toy suppliers, the shelves are not deeper enough and the books fall out.ReplyCancel

  • whitney

    haba, haba, haba…..and my mummy bag is full of tiger tribe stuff….the little kite in a bag – best thing everReplyCancel

  • Jacqui

    We love the wheely bugs. We have the small Bee one and my son loves scooting around the house. I love the enjoyment he gets from this product.ReplyCancel

  • Kirsty

    I love everything on LTK but have been eyeing offtheMocka highchair so with bubby number three on their way would love to get that.

  • Wonderful goodies but with a new baby and knowing i will be making and freezinf puree soon the Freezer Pods would be fabulousReplyCancel

  • Just received my first LTK product the cowboy tee pee. This arrived very quickly and is just a fantastic addition to any childs toy collection. The quality is awesome and my kids havn’t stopped playing in it. The have also been sleeping in there at night.. Am hooked now and need to get more stuff.ReplyCancel

  • Nicola

    Sandwich cutters! My little girl loves her lunch in shapesReplyCancel

{Giveaway} Tontine Fresh Date Stamped Pillows

Tontine Pillows Keeping Pillows Fresh  Australia’s leading pillow manufacturer, Tontine, recently conducted a major scientific research study on hundreds of used pillows from across Australia and the results suggested our old pillows can make us sick. It was also discovered that pillows older than five years had twice as much mould in them compared to […]

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  • Sue

    I can’t remember the last time we changed our pillows but I think it is time toReplyCancel

  • My pillows smell quite bad so I think its time for a changeReplyCancel

  • Sue

    Yes I do clean our pillows, was them in machine – we have foam ones so they don’t loose their shapeReplyCancel

  • I dont clean my pillows only because I don’t know how :/ReplyCancel

  • Erin

    I seem to only change my pillows when they become uncomfortableReplyCancel

  • Erin

    I have never attempted to clean the pillows, just wound up with new ones.ReplyCancel

  • I just clean the pillow protectors…don’t think I could wash the actual pillows???ReplyCancel

  • Fran Mammone

    I wash my pillows in the washing machine when they start loosing their loft and start looking manky.ReplyCancel

  • I replace my pillow when they are no longer comfortableReplyCancel

  • We change our pillows when the are lifeless and flat and sometimes when you change the covers it just scares you to see what they really look like.ReplyCancel

  • Kristy

    I change my pillows when the date stamp says so. I already use Tontine

  • Belinda Baker

    I havent changed my sons pillows, mine I change when they get too flat. Looking at this, I really should change them a lot more regularly.ReplyCancel

  • If we ever get around to it we throw our pillows in the wash and dry them on the line in the sun, but the past few months of pretty constant rain has not allowed for it.ReplyCancel

  • Belinda Baker

    I throw my pillows through the washing machine. Usually as a result of being thrown up on when gastro hits the household. Or my kids have picked up the dreaded haed lice from school.ReplyCancel

  • Kristy

    I clean my pillows every 2-3 months. Warm gentle cycleReplyCancel

  • I change my pillows after winter, especially if everyone’s been sickReplyCancel

  • I don’t wash our pillows, I spray them with Febreeze and Glen20, then hang them out on the line on hot daysReplyCancel

  • Lou

    My husbands pillow gets very smelly (they are smelly beings :P ). So needs to be washed or changed regularly.ReplyCancel

  • Char

    I need to replace my pillows more often!!!! EwwwwReplyCancel

  • Abbie

    I have to change ours very regularly; My husband is a sweater and even pillow protectors don’t work!ReplyCancel

  • Abbie

    Tried the washing Machine to clean them but I wrecked them….ReplyCancel

  • in the washing machine every now and then….now i think yuck! i need new pillows!ReplyCancel

  • Chrys

    I change my pillows when i start getting a sore neck from the softness of them – probably need to do it more often though!ReplyCancel

  • Susannah Harper

    Great timing, I need to replace mine now.

    I change when they get too flat or go lumpy, no idea how old that makes them, but not more than 2-3 years I think?ReplyCancel

  • Susannah Harper

    I tried washing my pillows in the washing machine as the directions stated I could but even in my front loader they went lumpy/clumpy and no amount of shaking or trying to unclump them worked.ReplyCancel

  • I change my pillows when they are too squashy and not supporting my head anymore. Should change my kids ones though, hmmmmReplyCancel

  • Yes i put them through the washing machine, normally because one of the kids has vomited on them!ReplyCancel

  • Lyndall

    Actually, I bought Tontine pillows last time I changed them, unfortunately they all say ‘March 2013′, so I will change them now!ReplyCancel

  • Bev C

    Ours are dated March 2013, so I guess I need to win these. I do give them a wash and dry out in the sun. Thanks for the chance to win Tontine Pillows.

    Happy days.

  • Lyndall

    I change the sheets twice a week and while I do I put the pillows outside in the sun. Sometimes I vacuum them (is that wierd? I figure it removes some of the dust)ReplyCancel

  • I try and get new pillows every couple of years. I also put them outside in the sun about once a month. We also use pillow protectors on all our pillows. :)ReplyCancel

  • I haven’t yet tried machine washing our newest pillows, I have found they lose their shape. But I do put them put them out in the sunshine when I wash their pillow protectors. ReplyCancel

  • Lisa

    This is a fabulous idea! I do wash pillows and fluff them at every sheet change but I think we’re sadly overdue for new ones.ReplyCancel

  • lisa harvey

    there are six in our house and I find it hard to remember when we got new pillows last. Its usually the horrible discovery of a dirty discolored pillow that alerts me that it has been far too long.ReplyCancel

  • jenhally

    I don’t usually was pillows, they never seem to go back into shape properly. I try to change our pillows regularly, at least every 12 months. With 6 of us and each bed having at least two pillows, we go through a lot! With these dated pillows I wouldn’t have to rely on my sketchy memory to know when to get new ones..ReplyCancel

  • I have neck problems so I change my pillows as soon as they get uncomfortable.ReplyCancel

  • I wash everyones pillows in the machine…then lay them across the lines on the clothesline to dry & air out.ReplyCancel

  • Cynthia

    I usually change them when they start to look yukky, although recently I purchased 2 of the tontine datestamp ones because I think they are such a good ideaReplyCancel

  • Teneal-Lee

    Was just thinking yesterday when i washed the sheets that the pillows looked a bit sad and needed replacing.ReplyCancel

  • Caitlin

    The idea of an unclean pillow makes me feel ill! This is a great idea to help you remember when they need replacing!ReplyCancel

  • S.H.

    I change them when they no longer assist a good night sleep, but if they no longer look white then they have to go!ReplyCancel

  • I must admit I think I leave it too long and usually the pillows look very sad when I throw them, they are such big things to dispose of though it can be hard so I wait for council cleanup week.ReplyCancel

  • Maree weeks

    Because it’s not comfy anymore.ReplyCancel

  • Sallyk02

    Smelly and not comfortable. Spend half the night “plumping” it up!ReplyCancel

  • I actually rotate 3 pillows each (air 2 whilst using 1) this I think gives them a little longer life. Then when I feel they are losing life I get new ones (about every 12 months)ReplyCancel

  • Claire Lenton-Cater

    I change mine when it starts to look old/off colour or smelly!ReplyCancel

  • I bought these for my girls first pillows. They were called something like first pillows. It was great because I didnt have a clue what type of pillow to buy them and it made purchasing them one so much easier and took the guess work out of what size to buy them.ReplyCancel

  • I have covers on my pillows and I wash them. The girls I thow in the wash and dry them outside although last time they were very chunky the filling was hard to separate inside so I might go buy covers for them as well.ReplyCancel

  • I try and change them at least once a yearReplyCancel

  • Mel

    I have washed my children’s pillows in the past, plus they haven’t had them for very long. My husband’s and my pillow have covers which I wash. My husband’s is beginning to look manky because he is a very hot and sweaty sleeper, but the pillows we have are so expensive (laytex) so it makes it harder to part with the $$ to replace them. So in short, when they begin to look dirty, they go.ReplyCancel

  • Mel

    I wash my kids on gentle cycle in the washing machine and hang them in the sun. I wash the covers of my husband’s and my pillow but not the pillows themselves as they are latex.ReplyCancel

  • Samantha King

    I change mine when they start to look gross. I do use a pillow protector though which helps to make them last a little bit longer.ReplyCancel

  • I change when they look dirty and do occasionally wash them in the washing machine but put pillow covers on so wash them more.ReplyCancel

  • I have pillow protectors on all of my pillows. The protectors are washed regularly. I still chuck out the pillows when they are stained. If the pillows are smelly I air them and if that doesn’t work I throw them out too!ReplyCancel

  • I change them when they start to smell even after washing and airing in the sun.ReplyCancel

  • Funny, just a few days ago I was thinking that our pillows are WAY overdue to be replaced…ReplyCancel

  • I have previously tried washing the pillows on a gentle cycle in our washing machine, but the filling got totally distorted and I had to open the seam of the pillow to straighten things out again!ReplyCancel

  • Amanda

    I washed 4 of my pillows just this morning, how appropriate!ReplyCancel

  • Chantelle S

    I change them when they look yucky – they are waaayyy overdue for a change now.ReplyCancel

  • Chantelle S

    I wash my kids pillows in the machine but ours I haven’t beforeReplyCancel

  • Angela

    I change them when they start to look a bit old. We have so many on our bed alone it can be hard to keep track which are the newer ones so these stamped ones would be super handy! We’re definitely due for new ones at the moment.ReplyCancel

  • Angela

    I put them in the sun on nice bright, hot days every now and then to freshen them up in between actually washing them in the washing machine. But with the up and down weather lately neither has happened in far too long.ReplyCancel

  • Meg

    I change our pillows when they get too flat. I get a bad neck and after about 12-18 months the pillows are too flat and don’t offer enough support.ReplyCancel

  • Meg

    I clean our pillows by runnings them through a cold wash and putting them on top of the washing line in the sun.ReplyCancel

  • Fiona

    I change my pillow when it is too flat and hard. I like a pillow that I can change the shape of and is soft to feel.ReplyCancel

  • Teresa

    I quite often when they feel too flat to feel comfortable…ReplyCancel

  • Guest

    when they have gone too flat I change them. I wash mine in the washing machineReplyCancel

  • Elissa

    I change them when they no longer feel comfortableReplyCancel

  • Nilu

    I change our pillows when they become lumpy in the wrong places.

  • Nilu

    I can’t clean the pillows I have because these ones are not washable in machine and when I have washed them by hand they never dry correctly. ReplyCancel

  • Jessica

    I change my pillows when they start to feel like i may as well be laying flat on the bed or start to get uncomfortable.ReplyCancel

    • Jessica

      I don’t wash them as they are not machine washable but will air them out in the sunReplyCancel

  • I change my pillows when they are flat and uncomfortable…ReplyCancel

  • Merryl

    I change my pillows when they become flat or lumpy.ReplyCancel

  • Merryl

    I never wash my pillows because it makes them lumpy, but I do air them out regularly.ReplyCancel

  • Sharon Young

    I change my pillow yearly because I get a sore neck and I find frequent changing of pillows helps. My daughter has a Tontine date stamped pillow which is due for changing April 2014.ReplyCancel

    • Sharon Young

      I also wash our pillows every few months and dry them in the sun.ReplyCancel

  • Sarah Haydon

    Well it’s a little embarrassing but I have a brood of droolers, so replacing pillows regularly is a bit of a ‘thing’ for me. I also find putting them in the dryer for a little bit once a month helps to keep the nasties at bay.ReplyCancel

  • I change my pillow according to the date stamp on my tontine pillow :) and it’s actually due for a change soon – so this competition has come at perfect timing!ReplyCancel

  • Lyn

    What a clever and simple idea. Thanks so much for sharingReplyCancel

  • I have neck issues so am majorly into pillows and their performance (or lack of!) so change them as often as necessary, and rotate them around the house (time in the spare room, time on our beds etc). Great giveaway! Glad it’s got me thinking about our pillows again :) Thanks!ReplyCancel

  • Yes I clean them, but probably not how I should! I just throw them in the washine machine and them line dry them in the sun …. not ideal I’m thinking now?!!!!ReplyCancel

  • I have the most comfy down feather pillow so I tend to only air it to clean it. I put it out in the sunshine for a refreshing sunbake!ReplyCancel

  • KP

    Haven’t changed in a long time and this has given me a reminder to get my butt in to gear! Thanks!ReplyCancel

  • Rach

    Living in the tropics pillows do get very musty. I try to wash them after the wet season and end of winter at min. Dry in the clothes dryer for a while and the sun. Replace them when either tear in machine (lol) or wash does not freshen them up, or look yuck.ReplyCancel

  • I change my pillows when they start to look a bit suspect. That’s probably way past their due by date, so to speak.

    I’ve only tried washing a pillow the once. It never dried all the way through & ended up a mouldy, nasty mess.ReplyCancel

  • Chris

    When they seem to have lost their fluffReplyCancel

  • when they are lumpy and stainedReplyCancel

  • Sarah Thompson

    When they look yucky or feel uncomfortable. ReplyCancel

  • Karen Foster

    When they lose their shape and become uncomfortableReplyCancel

  • Leonie

    When they get flat.ReplyCancel

    • Leonie

      Never tried washing a pillow either. I just usually throw them out and replace.ReplyCancel

  • carrie

    I need to change them now – they look terrible and probably are unhealthy.ReplyCancel

  • CrystalB

    When they are smelly!ReplyCancel

  • CrystalB

    I have never bothered washing, just threw them out!ReplyCancel

  • Jan

    I change my pillows when they lose volume or start to look discoloured.ReplyCancel

  • Jan

    I don’t clean my pillows – they’ll go lumpy. I just buy new ones.ReplyCancel

  • Thanh

    I changed my pillow of 6 years, when it was covered in yellowy patches and had black bugs coming out of it! Since then, I’ve been changing it every year!ReplyCancel

  • Wendy

    Our pillows are super yuck right now, we bought really expensive fancy ones before kids and now we can’t afford the same style and have been spoilt by them so we keep nappisaning and sunning them to make them a little less gross so once we can’t get that look down we will have to replaceReplyCancel

  • Thanh

    I do clean them! I usually just put them in the wash and air dry them in the searing sun to get rid of all the bacteriaReplyCancel

  • Mine is not looking good – and I have tried to change it – but can’t seem to find a low, firm pillow that feels juuuuust right for me! My search continues!ReplyCancel

  • I was given these pillows a few years back as a present and at the time thought “Gee thanks!” but they are absolutely awesome!! Will not buy any other pillows now! lolReplyCancel

  • This has come at a great time! I just recently saw a documentary detailing all the bugs and mites and germs everywhere and I am still horrified Eeeeeeeek! I really need to change everyone’s pillows, and pillow and mattress protectors asap! BUT just to add in a little tip, it’s a great idea to at least every second month to try and air out your pillows in the full sun (weather permitting of course) as it helps kill off a lot of germs and bacteria too. It is also good to leave the sheets off the bed at least oncer per month and let the sun shine in through the windows on to your mattress for the reason :)ReplyCancel

  • Karen Overdevest

    when they go lumpy and my neck hurtssReplyCancel

  • When they’re lumpy and yellow but now that I’ve read about the mould, think I’d better change them much sooner!!ReplyCancel

  • I clean them in the washing machine but also try to air them in the sunshine regularly.ReplyCancel

  • Cass

    We change pillows regularly for all those reasons. If it is smelly or dirty, it goes. If they are over a year old, they go. I tried washing them once but they wouldn’t fit in my small front loader so now they just get replaced. We normally write the date we bought them on the tags but being printed on the pillow is even better!ReplyCancel

  • Sharee

    I change our pillows every 6 months. Being in the Tropics we constantly sweat, therefore pillow changing is a must & on a regular basis. Having 5 children, it can become a costly routine, but a well worth one.. Washing them is useless as they are never the same again.ReplyCancel

  • dina

    Haven’t had to change our pillows. they are memory foam and hold up well. I will change them when they get out of shape however.ReplyCancel

  • dina

    I spot clean them if needed. otherwise they have covers and a pillow case on top of that so those are the two things that need to be washed regularly.ReplyCancel

  • Lauren

    My husband suffers from night sweats, so a regular wash in the washing machine sorts em out. But this does mean we need to replace more often than usual.ReplyCancel

  • Vikki R

    I try to change our pillows yearly….I feel they start to look a little yuck from sweat (I’m liking reading everyone’s comments…..I thought it was just our pillows that got yucky!). The last ones I purchased were Tontine with the replacement due date on which I think is great.ReplyCancel

  • Try to change pillow regularly but doesn’t always happen. This is a good way to remember :DReplyCancel

  • Merryl Chantrell

    I replace our pillows when they look as though they have been squashed within an inch of their lives and by replacing them I keep my sinusitis under control tooReplyCancel

  • Our pillows get replaced every 12 months. This usually coincides with the dog’s pillows being noticably shabby in their bed. It acts as a good reminder to give them our old pillows and invest in nice, plump new ones. Arrrhhh! Rest easy!ReplyCancel

  • I vacuum my pillows, expecting to see all that dust mite and skin particles that you see in the ads on TV, but I must admit – I haven’t seen any yet. I guess regularly washing our pillow protectors, perhaps catches and then kills off any bugs. I have tried in the past to wash pillows, but they just become lumpy and end up being given to the dogs for their bed. I find the pillow protector the best method in protecting your pillow.ReplyCancel

  • ebakkalis

    I change my pillows when they either look dirty, or have become lumpy inside.ReplyCancel

  • RossS12

    Our pillows are so disgusting our dog refuses to sleep on them.ReplyCancel

  • RossS12

    We don’t clean them – just chuck them when they don’t look so flash.ReplyCancel

  • i through them , when they become uncomforable or smell which every is firstReplyCancel

  • I sometimes clean them, but have had some disasters when i open the washing machine with stuffing everywhereReplyCancel

  • Amanda Gale

    With 14 pillows in the house, I try to stagger bringing in new ones to when they are on sale. Sometimes they are a little older than I’d like, but with the new date stamp it will make it easier to keep track of!ReplyCancel

  • Great! ThanksReplyCancel

  • When I “clean” the pillows, I just air them out on the clothes line, in the sunReplyCancel

  • I change the my pillows when they start to become uncomfortableReplyCancel

  • Rebekka

    I’ve never changed my pillow – still sleeping with the one I had when I was a kid, and I’m in my late 30s!ReplyCancel

  • Mandy

    I toss my pillows when they become flat and unsupportive.ReplyCancel

  • Mandy

    I machine wash pillows if they are a type that is suitable to wash. Only a couple of times during the life of the pillow – they become too lumpy otherwise.ReplyCancel

  • I change my pillow when the old one starts looking gross and/or smelling funny.ReplyCancel

  • I occasionally clean my pillows by putting them outside in the sunshine – kills at least some of the smells and bacteria!ReplyCancel

  • naomi

    the date stamp is really helpful as a reminder to replace pillows when neededReplyCancel

  • AmberB

    I usually wash them after a while, but often the pillows end up getting all lumpy .. and then I throw them out anyway.ReplyCancel

  • Kathryn

    I wish my husband would change his pillow more regularly. It’s totally gross and I try to put it out in the sun as often as I can, but he loves it so much he won’t buy another!ReplyCancel

  • Bec

    The date stamp is such a great idea!ReplyCancel

    • Bec

      I try to change ours every few years -when they are looking stained and gross! ReplyCancel

  • When they get too flat or stained, I do freshen them up by pegging on the line in heavy

    rain then letting the sun fresh and sterilize them.ReplyCancel

  • Like the idea of a date stamp.ReplyCancel

  • Debbie

    Great idea – takes the guesswork out of knowing how old my pillows are!ReplyCancel

  • I change my pillows when I thing they need a change!ReplyCancel

  • Maree

    I change my pillows when they are flat and stained and machine washing doesn’t help.
    The date stamp makes it so much easier.ReplyCancel

  • when they start looking flat and feel uncomfortable,and i usually just hang them out inthe sun on a sunny day to air them outReplyCancel

  • Di

    When they’re on sale in the shops. Then and only then do I change them.ReplyCancel

  • Diana O

    When they’re flat and I’m getting a bad nights sleep, that’s when I buy new pillows. Shame though that Tontine are making their pillows smaller, look at how small they are now in the pillow cases.ReplyCancel

  • We change our pillows every year when we spring clean our house so that we can stay healthy and sleep comfortably:).ReplyCancel

  • Never clean our pillows, when they are dirty and flat, we just replace them.ReplyCancel

  • ladybirds

    When they are too flat and their colour is changed despite the washing I change them which is probably once every two years.ReplyCancel

  • ladybirds

    I wash my pillows in my washing machine with hot water and detergent. There are 3 people in our house who are allergic to dust mites. Therefore I wash them regularly. Even if we were not allergic, after a while they change colour and look dirty. :-)ReplyCancel

  • Every sheet change the pillows and doona get hung out on the line in the sun for the day. When they start to change colour a bit we change them.ReplyCancel

  • When they start to look a bit of a funny colour i change them but generally mine is the only one too change colour so all get refreshed on time with my pillow….ReplyCancel

  • I sometimes put our pillows in the washing machine for a refresherReplyCancel

    • Just to keep them fresh for a bit longer…. sometimes pillow changes come when we cant afford new ones…ReplyCancel

  • We change our pillows when the become too dirty or smelly – last change was done after having the same lot for 5years. Pillows are just too expensive these days to change regularly.ReplyCancel

  • Dawn Taylor

    Last lot of pillows I bought were machine washable, and came with pillow protectors, and they’ve stayed fluffy and clean longer than pillows I’ve had before.. Will throw them out as soon as they get those awful pillow stains on them.ReplyCancel

  • Dawn Taylor

    I like to change the pillows when they get stained and flat.ReplyCancel


    I have a tontine child’s pillow for my daughter that I will change when the date says. But I have neglected mine and my husbands pillows and haven’t changed them for as long as I can remember (been together 9 years and haven’t done it in that time). I try and wash them to keep them clean but they are very yellow and lumpy so probably time for new ones.ReplyCancel


    I clean my pillows by washing them and leaving them in the sunReplyCancel

  • i normally do this when there old or hurting my neck when sleeping or there smelling from sweat as hubby sweats a bit when sleeping and they get smelly i don’t wash them i buy new ones or if there looking flat or stained and just old we put our heads here to sleep so i think we all deserve to sleep on a comfy clean pillow i have a spine condition that requires me to have the pillows firm soon as they become loose and floppy i must get new ones or i suffer the pain later when i cant turn my head and need physio we should do this regular anywayReplyCancel

  • i will throw them away if there giving me a bad sleep hurting my neck smelly mine are stained and flat i need new pillows and im throwing these in the dogs kennel they love the old ones to sleep onReplyCancel

  • Emma D

    I throw my old pillows away when they seem worn or get discoloured. Probably not often enough… :/ReplyCancel

  • Amanda

    I haven’t changed my pillows for about 5 years. I tend not to change them unless they become worm or too uncomfortable.ReplyCancel

  • bremans2

    My pillow is not too bad, I change it fairly regularly but my husbands, yuk! He refuses to buy a new one and I would hate to think how old this one is!! Perhaps with these lovely new pillows I could convince him to upgrade :) thanksReplyCancel

  • Rachel

    I believe you can feel when a pillow needs replacing – which is my current method, but what a GREAT concept of the date stamp – love it..!ReplyCancel

  • Ehhh, I am terrible at changing my pillows. I usually end up buying a new one when I lose one or it becomes too lumpy to hold it’s shape.ReplyCancel

  • And I hate to admit this, but I don’t often clean my pillow either. Haha. I only wash the covers.ReplyCancel

  • Glenda

    Lasr week threw all the spare pillows in the swimming pool for a couple of hours. Came out looking much whiter.ReplyCancel

  • Generally because they have lost their shape or height but every so often it’s because they start to look a bit dirty!ReplyCancel

  • I am quite ashamed to say this but no I don’t often wash my pillow. If it gets obviously dirty it is generally from the kids being sick and so it is replaced but otherwise I’m not consistant in cleaning it.ReplyCancel

  • KatChap

    LOVE the date stamp on the tontine pillows!! Best thing EVER! I always wondered which year i bought them in and now i don’ t even have to think about it, just check it when i was the sheets every now and then :D xxReplyCancel

  • Mine needs change May this year;-)ReplyCancel

  • I actually only change mine when it gets lumpy or too squashed…which obviously is not often enough!ReplyCancel

  • no I never wash my pillows, I find they go funny after washing, it’s easier to just buy new ones!ReplyCancel

  • Heather S

    I haven’t really thought about this before, I normally get a new pillow when the old one looks, well, old. I will be changing them a bit more often i think.ReplyCancel

  • Rosanna

    I try to change all our pillows over every yearReplyCancel

  • Oh i would love to win some new pillows ready to move into my new house, those old ones are not coming with me!ReplyCancel

  • I hate having grotty old pillows and try to replace them regularly. My husband has a special anti-snore pillow my mum purchased him and that looks horrible but we haven’t been able to find another.ReplyCancel

  • Now I tend to use pillow protectors which I wash with every bed change and usually wash the pillows every couple of months.ReplyCancel

  • I change my pillows about once a year when Kmart has their tontine specials on. I dribble on mine and they don’t seem comfy after washing.ReplyCancel

  • LauraDA

    I am terrible at changing pillows :( but now that I know I will be doing so soon!ReplyCancel

  • I wash them in the washing machine like a normal load and then hang them on the line until nearly dry then pop in the dryer for 15 mins to fluff them up.ReplyCancel

  • Jessica

    Any of the above! I change our pillows when they *look* dirty (as we have pillow protectors), smell badly enough that washing won’t fix it, or when they’ve gone flat or lumpy.
    In between washes my boys pillows spend a day inthe sunshine on the clothesline (’cause boys are sweaty and stinky!!) and every month or two I will wash them on a gentle cycle in the machine.ReplyCancel

  • Traci Sacco

    When the pillow looses shape and starts to look old.ReplyCancel

  • New pillows and fresh sheets = blissReplyCancel

  • My pillows need changing often just for the freshness ,especially hubby’s because he sweats alot !ReplyCancel

  • I have no choice but to change my pillows about now every yearReplyCancel

  • i have only ever washed my pillows once and it was disaster they fell apart and have never tried again :)ReplyCancel

  • I change my pillows when they loose shape and they look dirty.ReplyCancel

  • Jennifer

    When the pillow loses shape / firmness. We use pillow protectors and I wash these and hang pillows out in sun to freshen.

  • I wash pillows in the laundry tub (i.e handwash) and hang them out to dry in the sun.ReplyCancel

  • Cynthia

    I usually chuck my pillows in the washing machine every now and thenReplyCancel

  • I don’t change routinely but when one of the children complain about their pillow, I will buy new ones, or there is a good specialReplyCancel

  • Danielle E.

    For all of those reasons listed – definitely due for a change.ReplyCancel

  • Myruby

    I replace them when they stop feeling supportive and stop ‘bouncing back’ when i lift my head up from it.ReplyCancel

  • Marleisa

    I replace them whenever I think they start to smelly a bit funky and when they look to yellowy!ReplyCancel

  • Tash

    Oh dear ! This had me freaking out a little ! Off to teh shop on the weekend I think !ReplyCancel

  • Bev

    i replace my kids pillows every 12 mths because they are growing and need different support, i replace my pillow when ever i think it needs it and hubby wont let me change his but will be buying him a new one tomorrow and just chucking out the old one thats probably 5 or more years old :(ReplyCancel

  • Bev

    i usually hand wash the pillows and hang them on the line at least once a monthReplyCancel

  • Kim

    I change when they are no longer comfortable or if they don’t look so good anymoreReplyCancel

  • Guest

    i change mine when they wont bounce back and look/smell dirtyReplyCancel

  • Usual get replaced when they look dirty, but try and remember to do it yearly when I have the money :)ReplyCancel

  • I change mine when they have lost their bounce and are beginning to look stained.ReplyCancel

  • I have never cleaned or washed my pillows, because I don’t think it would clean them enough.ReplyCancel

  • Ready for a changeReplyCancel

  • I wash mine once a year on a nice warm day as part of spring cleaning!ReplyCancel

  • Could definitely use some new pillows. Its just so hard when you’ve worked at getting one juussssst right! :)ReplyCancel

  • Annette

    Generally when they are smelly or lose their firmness!ReplyCancel

  • Regardless of winning or not for this, will be buying new ones!!! I have no idea when me and hubby got new ones and we are both currently sick with the flu that has hung around for two weeks!!ReplyCancel

  • Gemma Westacott Blair

    We definitely don’t change ours often enough! But normally it’s when they start to look grubby and lose their shape. I had been thinking that we needed to replace ours, so this will give me the much needed push!ReplyCancel

    • Gemma Westacott Blair

      I rarely clean our too, after a disaster in the past where they lost all their shape and became horribly lumpy.ReplyCancel

  • I try to wash mine at least once a year, but might be time to replace.ReplyCancel

  • Kay-l-bee

    When needs a clean or is no longer comfortableReplyCancel

  • I replace them when they look gruby but I’m not sure how often that is? Really when your changing beds it’s in a hurry, so do you really notice :(ReplyCancel

  • Carmen Smith

    I change the pillows when they start getting too flat and I have a persistent neck ache!ReplyCancel

  • Carmen Smith

    I replace rather than clean my pillows – never really sure how to clean them properly!ReplyCancel

  • When the pillow does not feel comfortable anymore!ReplyCancel

  • No I dont clean them, in the washing machine they get distorted and are never the same! I just change the covers often and sometimes have two covers on…lolReplyCancel

  • I live in North Queensland and am very conscious of the state of our pillows. I have a pillow protector on mine and a waterproof quilted protector on my boys pillows. This way I can wash the protectors regularly. I love the date stamped Tontine pillows because it is amazing how long you can have a pillow without realising!!!!ReplyCancel

  • LD

    I think the stamp idea is really interesting. I only replace them when I suspect they are getting grubby but I’m sure it’s far less than every 2 years! eww. :)ReplyCancel

  • I love the stamp ‘use by’ date on the pillow. In the past, when I see the pillow is yellow and stained or getting quite flat we replace it. Knowing that it is unhealthy even before it gets to that stage means I will change it sooner. It could also explain the cough my son sometimes has when he sleeps on a particular pillow – it might be time to change it too!ReplyCancel

  • Eleanor

    Love the idea of the date stamp on the pillows! Bought them a couple of years ago and a few are close to expiring! Has reduced the illnesses in this house!!!! Nearly time to change them again, never trusted myself to wash them after washing them during the warm weather, they didn’t turn out well…ReplyCancel

  • Dani

    Looove new pillows! The date stamp is a fantastic idea – a real reminder on when to buy new pillows.ReplyCancel

  • I change my pillows when they start to get stained, I love the date stamp though l still have to replace them before the date l find.ReplyCancel

  • Yes l wash my pillows when they get a bit smelly or grubbyReplyCancel

  • kiki

    love the feeling of new pillows, i wash mine in the bath and hang them out on the line on a hot dayReplyCancel

  • I would love new pillows!! My kids have dribbled all over mine! And I change mine when they start falling apart ;)ReplyCancel

  • Jenny S

    I change mine when it’s flat as a pancake and feels like a rock!ReplyCancel

  • when it’s stained and very flatReplyCancel

  • Fiona

    When they start to look like they have been through World War 3, I know it’s time!!!ReplyCancel

  • Stephanie Veljanovska

    When they are Stained usually not often enough.ReplyCancel

  • Jenny S

    I really should wash mine more often but they take forever to dry and come out of the wash feeling all lumpy and weird…ReplyCancel

  • I think its time to change my husband’s pillow its looking stained from all his perspiration – yuck!ReplyCancel

  • Stephanie Veljanovska

    I do clean them if they are not looking so Great. I just run them through a quick cycle in the washing machine.ReplyCancel

  • I wash mine in the washing machine, usually when someones been sick..ReplyCancel

  • I change my pillows because they smell and become discolouredReplyCancel

  • usually once a month i wash mineReplyCancel

  • Diane Heriot

    I would love new pillows we don’t wash ours we use pillow protectors and hope for the bestReplyCancel

  • Lia Healy

    Ugh my pillows are RANK. They walk away by themselves. :)ReplyCancel

  • New pillows I would hate to think how old ours are{shudder}I think off hand they where brought when we got our new bed and that was just after our first born 9 years ago{double shudder}ReplyCancel

  • Baz

    Change pillows when i no longer get up without a sore neck. They don’t last forever!ReplyCancel

  • Michelle

    I change my pillows when they are no longer supportive – which is often long before they get stained!ReplyCancel

  • I change my pillows when they begin to discolour or are simply getting old. I know I sometimes keep them too long – but at the same time you feel wasteful throwing them away. Tontine can you make a recyclable pillow please!ReplyCancel

  • Hmmm my mother in law happened to change the pillows on the spare bed the other day and just got the worst looking one, I was so embarrassed.ReplyCancel

  • meegan

    When I see really good ones on special, I have had a broken neck so get quite attatched to a really good pillow…ReplyCancel

  • Crystal Jones

    When they get flat! hahaReplyCancel

  • boogers

    I chuck mine in the washing machine with some detergent and eucalyptus oil. About once a year (my husbands gets washed a couple of times a year). Although they do take a little while to get back to their comfy feeling.ReplyCancel

  • Diane Heriot

    no i don’t clean my pillows just use protectors and change cases i think they would take too long to dryReplyCancel

  • Baz

    I clean them by putting them in the sun on a really hot day. Washing memory foam pillows doesn’t work…ReplyCancel

  • Does anyone know if the same applies for latex? I spent a bit more on a latex pillow a couple of years ago & it is so comfy. I don’t want to get rid of it yet.ReplyCancel

  • when they are no longer comfortable, i really should change them more oftenReplyCancel

  • Crystal Jones

    Yeah when I get that great burst of motivation I wash ours but my daughters gets washed alot being 2 she dribbles in her sleep and is a hot sleeper so she sweatsReplyCancel

  • i wash them in the washing machine and put them in the hot sun to dryReplyCancel

  • I change pillows when it no longer supports my head the way I like, looks too dirty or when I can afford a new one as a luxury.ReplyCancel

  • And yes I wash my pillows, at least once per month.ReplyCancel

  • Its awful but I only change them when they get too flat – your post has completely grossed me out, I suspect a pillow change is in orderReplyCancel

  • I do clean my pillows, but only about twice a year. I just throw them through the washing machine and toss them out in the sun to dryReplyCancel

  • I change them when they loose their fluffiness. ReplyCancel

  • Normally every couple of years or when I start waking up with a bad neck ! I wash the normal type ones in between.ReplyCancel

  • Ruth

    I usually change them when they look disgusting. There always seems something more important to spend money on.ReplyCancel

  • Ruth

    I don’t clean my pillows. That’s when I usually replace them.ReplyCancel

  • Julie Haaksma

    I have no idea how old my pillows are, but I do hang them out in the sun everytime I change the sheets.ReplyCancel

  • Annie

    When they look grungy, and just don’t have the oomph they should have, its way beyond the time I should have changed my pillows, but its often a ‘do it later’ thing for me.ReplyCancel

  • Angela

    When I notice that they look a bit worse for wear – thanks for the reminder!ReplyCancel

  • I usually wash or dust my pillows every 3 to 4 monthsReplyCancel

  • I wash pillow protect covers weekly and air them in sun probably monthly. I buy new pillows when the others look oldReplyCancel

  • shraz

    I think I should go change my pillows now….ReplyCancel

  • Change them ummmmm when they are no longer comfy :lReplyCancel

  • Emma

    I have a pillow that is washer/dryer friendly so I wash it every 1-2 months, all other pillows are are replaced every 6 months or so depending on how they look under the pillow cases.ReplyCancel

  • Jo Long

    I change my pillows when they start to look yuck and get a bit soft and floppyReplyCancel

  • I air the pillows on the clothes line every time I wash sheets, and I spray them with a fabric deodorizer while they’re there. But every couple years the pillows don’t seem to want to be freshened up so I know it’s time to ‘retire’ them to reading pillow status and purchase a new pillow.ReplyCancel

  • i change them when they loose their shape and become to flat!ReplyCancel

  • i throw them in the wash every so often and hang dry on the line in the sun.ReplyCancel

  • I don’t clean the pillows, but I air them on the clothesline every week. I also use three pillow cases on each pillow so they don’t get very dirty – but I did try to wash my daughter’s pillow once when she had a nosebleed in bed. Poor pillow didn’t seem to like it much, though.ReplyCancel

  • Jillian Hall

    Wow, this is such a wonderful idea! A clever, busy mum must have come up with it! We’d love some new fluffy pillows!ReplyCancel

  • Jillian Hall

    Pillows are so inexpensive these days that I don’t bother cleaning them. I think it is better just to throw them out and replace regularly, particularly if your family has allergies like mine.ReplyCancel

  • Ginny Haynes

    Lovely fresh pillows…sigh…ReplyCancel

  • Sally B

    I like to start off the new year with new pillows, something about throwing out the old and bringing in the new!ReplyCancel

  • Sally B

    No, I don’t bother with cleaning. I think regular replacement is the way to goReplyCancel

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  • I love the pizza “oven”…such a great concept and I love it in RED!!ReplyCancel

  • Jane

    I’ve been reading so much about the ThermoChef lately and think it would make a world of difference in our house. ReplyCancel

  • oh, how awesome for one appliance to do everything! Fingers crossed for a lucky dayReplyCancel

  • This is definitely the best alternative to a thermomix at less than half the price!!! Does everything the other one does. Watched the display of this on TVSN a while back and have been saving madly to get one – this would make my life so much easier, and allow me more time to be a mummy
    Other appliance I would love to own would definitely be the pizza oven. We have pizza night every fortnight here, and it would certainly make it more entertaining for the kidsReplyCancel

  • Uh – is this where is do the comment for the competition? If so can I please say that the Mia Mixer – red, black or silver, would be absolutely fab, OMGosh I have wanted one of these forever, I love to bake & I do it all with my hand mixer – the Mia Mixer would enable me to do so much more! xxReplyCancel

  • Oh, to have a Thermochef………….what a great giveaway!ReplyCancel

  • Misty Howard

    I would love the Mia Mixer! I love baking and am desperate for a mixer!ReplyCancel

  • Louise

    How awesome this would be to win. I’ve got everything crossedReplyCancel

  • Kylie

    The Red Mia Mixer looks gorgeous, it’s definitely on my wishlist!ReplyCancel

  • Would love the multi cooker. My hubby decided to turn the gas stove on while my slowcooker was sitting on it needles to say no more slow cooker.lolReplyCancel

  • I would love to own the milkshake maker. I have such fond memories of having a milkshake maker when I was I child and I would love to make some healthy creations with my children.ReplyCancel

  • The pressure cooker would be nice;-)ReplyCancel

  • Jacinta

    I’ve been hearing so much about the thermomix and there is no chance of our finances allowing us to buy one. My only chance of owning one is to win one….ReplyCancel

  • The 6-in-1 Multicooker looks amazing, having a deep fryer, pressure cooker, slow cooker, electric pot, sout and steamer/rice cooker means I could clear a lot of space in my cupboard and have this one appliance wonder! Great for the upcoming winter season!ReplyCancel

  • andrea

    Oooh *drool*, may I have one please :DReplyCancel

  • eliz a buf

    gee, if i could have any other new wave product it would have to be the 5-in-1 electric pressure/slow cooker…………… since i already have the pizza maker and the portable induction cooktop and i’m all set to win a thermochef, tee hee. eliz a bufReplyCancel

  • I’d love a new pizza ovenReplyCancel

  • The Mia Mixer in red – my poor little cheap mixer just died! Mind you it has had quite the workout over the years ;)ReplyCancel

  • Belle

    I would also love the 6in1 multicooker. It looks so versatile.ReplyCancel

  • Deanna Goff

    I already have the New Wave pizza maker and the New Wave 6 in 1 multicooker so I would love love love one of the New Wave Mia Mixers to compliment my kitchen and New Wave range!! Only problem I have would be choosing just one of the fantastic colours!!ReplyCancel

  • ACasa

    Multifunctional Stone Bake Pizza Oven – we have pizza so often in our house… this little gadget would be a slice of heaven for me! How easy does it look to clean!ReplyCancel

  • It has to be the pizza oven – my partners LOOOOVES pizza, but never lets me do homemade ones. This might just convince him :-)ReplyCancel

  • Lisa V

    I wouldn’t mind the 6 in 1 cooker – haven’t tried a pressure cooker and would like to – without having extra appliances!ReplyCancel

  • I would love the 5 in 1 pressure cooker/ slow cooker. I have used my slow cooker weekly for years and would love the extra flexibility and featuresReplyCancel

  • I would love the pizza overn. We can not have yeast in our house and you cant buy pizzas anywhere without yeast in them :(. This would make a lovely addition to helping us have some luxuries others take for granted. :-)ReplyCancel

  • When you see what the Thermo Chef Natura offers, it’s really hard to think of anything else that you need. I’m dreaming about the anount of cupboard and bench space I could get back if I owned this beautiful machine.ReplyCancel

  • emma wake

    i would love the charcoal pizza cooker…so healthy and tasty but quick also. Yum, we love pizza as a quick and yummy tea!ReplyCancel

  • Ann

    Its a toss-up but I think it would have to be the 6 in 1 multi-cooker. Or maybe the pizza oven…ReplyCancel

  • lifeatno2

    I tried to convince Hubby I need one of these, instead I think I’ll have to win one!ReplyCancel

  • Emma

    I’d love this appliance would make my busy evenings so much easierReplyCancel

  • Liz B

    The 6-in-1 multicooker – I have our rice cooker and slow cooker on very high rotation, it would be great to have one fantastic appliance instead of two…less things to have to try and squeeze into the cupboard.ReplyCancel

  • Lisa E

    I would love the stone bake pizza maker. What a great way to get the whole family involved making their favourite toppings.ReplyCancel

  • I would love the Mia Mixer, I really love to bake and currently have an old fashioned hand beater so the Mia Mixer would be fantastic.ReplyCancel

  • Jennette Elliott

    cannot imagine the pleasure it would be having this to use every day. Life & cooking would be a breeze.ReplyCancel

  • Rebecca

    I would looooove the Mia mixer … in red!! I do a lot of doughs, and I am going to end up with RSI one of these days. lol.ReplyCancel

  • Mummy Brown

    I’d love a pizza oven to make family movie night specialReplyCancel

  • As a thermo-newbie I think I’m hooked!ReplyCancel

  • Amie

    I would love a stone bake pizza oven as I really enjoy a tasty home made pizza.ReplyCancel

  • thanks for the great comps, this would really help with OAMCReplyCancel

  • brooke

    Would love a stone bake pizza oven for delicious home made pizzas!!ReplyCancel

  • I would love a Stone Bake Pizza Oven as I have 3 kids that love Pizza and to make it all so simply myself would mean I can not only save money but I can also be assured that my kids not eating any rubbish that the pizza shop throws on the pizzaReplyCancel

  • Michelle K

    I’d love a red Mia Mixer! Fabulous colour! :-)ReplyCancel

  • The pizza oven would be my next purchase as I already have the Mia Mixer!ReplyCancel

  • Leah Mildenhall

    I’ve just finished whinging about how bad my food processor is, and how much space it and all my other appliances take up. This would solve both those problems!ReplyCancel

  • The stone pizza oven would be my next purchase as I already have a Mia Mixer!ReplyCancel

  • This sounds awesome- lots of cupboard space saved!ReplyCancel

  • Jenny W

    Mia mixer would be great and I love that rectangular pizza stone. Thanks for the chance.ReplyCancel

  • Kim

    I would love a black Mia! So need a new mixer! ReplyCancel

  • I would love that portable induction cooker, would be so handy to teach the younger ones how to cook on a stove top safely on the kitchen bench or table at a more suitable height for them! Genius!ReplyCancel

  • Niki Jonesano

    I have wanted one of these for so long. It would make dinner time so much better.
    I feed 5 hungry males at 6pm eveyday. It’s hard yakka. LOL.ReplyCancel

  • I would love the Multifunctional Stone Bake Pizza Oven. My kids love homemade pizza and I could use it with dough made in the Thermochef.ReplyCancel

  • Niki Jonesano

    Sorry forgot to say the Pizza oven for sure.ReplyCancel

  • Laura Horn

    I’d love the 6 in one multi-cooker, would be a great space saver and perfect for making bulk meals when I return to work.ReplyCancel

  • Great comp Katrina! I like the pizza oven :)ReplyCancel

  • Awesome competition thanks – I would love the Pizza oven :)ReplyCancel

  • Love the pizza oven.ReplyCancel

  • Laura DA

    the 6 in 1 milticooker sounds awesome!ReplyCancel

  • I would love the pizza oven, we love our homemade pizza here :)ReplyCancel

  • Sam McLean

    I would love to win the mia mixer as we still use a wooden spoon or hand mixer and this would make life sooooo much easier! Thanks for the chance to win! xReplyCancel

  • Julie Lewis

    I would love the Mia Mixer, it looks great! ReplyCancel

  • leisa

    I would love a thermochef it would make my life so much easier with 2 little ones and I can make them all home made food instead of packets. life changing.ReplyCancel

  • I’d love the Mia Mixer in red!!!ReplyCancel

  • My husband would say the pizza oven, but im crushing over the red mia mixer!ReplyCancel

  • I would love to own the Portable Induction Cooker! It would open up even more space in my very small kitchen :-)ReplyCancel

  • Trilby

    With twins on the way and a very busy 4 year old, winning this would be a godsend!ReplyCancel

  • Im intregued by these. A few friends that live in another state love them. I’m yet to see how they workReplyCancel

  • Sue Potts

    I’d love the induction cooker so my husband could use the Asian cooking pot I gave him for Christmas. It would also be perfect for an alternative to a fondue pot.ReplyCancel

  • Kylie S

    I know hubby would say the BBQ & Oven Pizza Stone Set because we love to make our own pizza’s.ReplyCancel

  • Gabrielle

    The 6-in-1 so that I can get some space and organisation back in my cupboardsReplyCancel

  • Bhavs

    The Red Mia Mixer to bake delectable treats for my family that make them go Mamma Mia and instantly glam up my kitchen with love and the colour of love, Red!ReplyCancel

  • Teneal-Lee

    My son (whos 2.5 yrs old) would like the pizza oven he loves ‘Peppa’.ReplyCancel

  • Gabriela Beaumont

    I would really love the 6 in 1 multicooker. We don’t have a large kitchen and a lot of storage space and, this would save me so much space. I then wouldn’t have to keep so many pans and pots as well as a rice cooker, a slow cooker, steamer and a deep fryer. I can imagine it would also be very easy to use and save me sime time in the kitchen.ReplyCancel

  • would so love to win the Thermo Chef NaturaReplyCancel

  • I would love the Mia mixer in black as I have 5 hungry boys and do a lot of baking!ReplyCancel

  • Julie-Ann Waterhouse

    I would love the Mia mixer in black as I’ve been wanting a free standing mixer for soooo long….tired of my hand held little electric beaters.ReplyCancel

  • Rach A

    Very hard to choose a favourite (other than the Thermochef of course!), but I would have to pick the pizza oven. It would be perfect on a hot day like today so we could have beautiful homemade pizzas without having to turn on the oven and heat up the whole house.ReplyCancel

  • Claire

    I’ve heard so much about the ThermoChef but never seen one in action – would be amazing to win!ReplyCancel

  • I would love the Thermo Chef, and would also love one of the stone pizza ovens…they look fantastic and my husband, who is the pizza cook in our house, would enjoy making his fantastic pizzas in one these!ReplyCancel

  • SallyN

    Would be amazing to win one of these – they sound unbelievable!!!ReplyCancel

  • Samantha King

    Would love the red Mixer. My little handheld is about to give up the ghost! Plus, it just looks sooo pretty!!!ReplyCancel

  • Bridge

    I would love the Mia Mixer in red! My 15 month old loves helping me bake :) We’re struggling on one income so to win a ThermoChef Natura would be fabulous!! Thank you for the chance to win!ReplyCancel

  • Would love to win the thermo chef naturaReplyCancel

  • would love the “mia mixer”. These items look great and with a kitchen so small that the only usable bench space is the size four dinner plates next to each other it really is hard to cook and dish upReplyCancel

  • Andrea Bassett

    6 in 1 Multi cooker. How brilliant to have one machine do so many jobs. I love making soup, but I have to constantly watch it on the stove. Would love to be able to put all the ingredients in and walk away. That way I could do lots of other exciting tasks like ironing and cleaning the bathroom !ReplyCancel

  • Amanda

    The Mia mixers look great tooReplyCancel

  • colle

    The Newave kitchen appliance I would like to have is the Portable Induction Cooker as we live in teacher housing and priority do not lie on making sure the hotplate is of the best qualityReplyCancel

  • Ann Maree S

    The 5-in-1 Multicooker would come in handy and make life much easier with time saving !ReplyCancel

  • Kari

    The mia mixers looks great… my mixer is on it’s last legs too :)ReplyCancel

  • Sam

    With 2 little ones I would love the ThermoChef so that I can spend less time in the kitchen and more time playing! I would also love the pizza oven – Miss Four loves family pizza night!ReplyCancel

  • Lisa P.

    I would definitely get the mixer…have wanted one for a long time.ReplyCancel

  • Cass

    I just started back at uni so I would love a ThermoChef to make delicious, quick meals for my hubby and kids. I like the look of the 6-in-1 Multicooker too.ReplyCancel

  • I would love the pizza oven as it would help with making healthy home made pizzas with my boys.ReplyCancel

  • The Pizza Oven, dough in the ThermoChef + cook in the pizza oven = very quick yummy dinner!ReplyCancel

  • Stephanie Veljanovska

    6- in-1 Multicooker So Many Appliances in one Machine . Saving time, Sanity and Bench SpaceReplyCancel

  • Just Pizza Oven….we love homemade pizza’s especially with a crispy base, this would be easier & quicker!ReplyCancel

  • Jo Craig

    I would love the portable induction cooker, would be awesome to take away camping with the kids. No little fingers at risk of getting burnt and way less of a fire risk for cooking. Fantastic idea!!! And a great partner to the thermochef too :)ReplyCancel

  • JessGan

    A new baby and a teeny tiny kitchen means little to no storage for hundreds of kitchen appliances… a Thermochef is my ideal kitchen appliance!!
    I’d also love a multifunctional stone bake pizza oven! Who doesn’t love pizza?!?!ReplyCancel

  • carmen

    The Newwave pizza oven would make me happy from my head to-ma-toes!ReplyCancel

  • anatasia murdoch

    A multipurpose stone bake pizza oven both my kids love pizza and so do us parents! It would be a winner here! But who wouldnt love a Thermochef with two young children and a husband who works away :)ReplyCancel

  • Amy Pilkington

    We eat pizza at least once a week so the stone bake pizza oven would be a dream to have in my house!!!ReplyCancel

  • Kelly Arndt

    The 6 In 1 Multi Cooker would be brilliant, with it’s fantastic versatility! With four kids, a Slow Cooker comes in so handy, but to have this also function as a deep fryer, electric pot, rice cooker, etc, would be absolutely brilliant for my big family!ReplyCancel

  • I would love to have a 5-in-1 cooker. Being a vegetarian it would be awesome for cooking all the stuff I love to eat! :)ReplyCancel

  • The induction cooker, perfect for hot pot delights with the family directly at the dinner table. :)ReplyCancel

  • I’d love a 6 in 1 multicooker! I’d save so much space :)ReplyCancel

  • I love the just pizza oven, it’d make pizza night so much healthier!ReplyCancel

  • The induction cooker would be great for camping if you know there’s going to be a power outlet. It’d even go well in my kitchen for INSTANT heat, I have an electric stove so it’s slow to warm up and slow to cool down. Not good for those recipes where you need to drop the temperature quickly. And I love it’s safety feature of not working without a pot on it!ReplyCancel

  • Would love the 5 in 1 multi cooker – saving on space & cost of all the individaul appliances.ReplyCancel

  • Kylee Bryan

    I’d love to try the multifunction stone bake pizza oven :)ReplyCancel

  • Melinda Jenner

    OMG!! It would definitely HAVE to be the red Mia Mixer. The specifications are awesome!ReplyCancel

  • Id love the mia mixer….would make baking so much easier.ReplyCancel

  • rebekahsimpkins

    Oh man – I would love this! I have so many food intolerances and have to make allllll my food (and for my kiddos) from scratch! This would make everything so much easier!!ReplyCancel

  • The milkshake maker, with 4 kids and the 2 BIG kids, it would get well used in this house!ReplyCancel

  • Pauline

    I’d love to the Mia MixerReplyCancel

  • Other than a ThermoChef, the 5-in-1 Multicooker would make life so much easier, especially coming into the cooler, ‘slow-cooking’ weather!ReplyCancel

  • I would love the Multifunctional Stone Bake Pizza Oven, making pizzas with my kids would be so much fun and with one of these they would cook perfectly!ReplyCancel

  • The Black Mia Mixer, would be totally awesome to own as I dont have a good one!ReplyCancel

  • I would love the mia mixer. It would help with my baking and being able to make cheap school foods for 3 kids.ReplyCancel

  • Bianca M

    I would love one of the bench top pizza oven… Pizza is an absolute fav in our family and the ease of a pizza cooker would be awesome..ReplyCancel

  • Gail

    Looks pretty awesome… would love to win…ReplyCancel

  • Angela

    i would love a mia mixer red, i only have a hand held mixer so this would let me cook a lot more for myself and my 3 kids.ReplyCancel

  • I would love the Mia Mixer to do more baking :)ReplyCancel

  • Rachael

    I would love to see a Mia Mixer in Black in my kitchen. Can you believe I have NEVER ever owned one of these mixer contraption thingies! I love my cooking and would find having one in my kitchen that is functional would make cooking a breeze. xxxReplyCancel

  • Suzie Love

    The pizza oven would be a godsend, so much time it would save me and not too many pots and plates to wash.ReplyCancel

  • Karen

    I would LOVE one of these!!!ReplyCancel

  • would love to win the 5-in -1 multicooker cos it will make a lovely risotto. I haven’t been able to make one due to wrist injury I can’t stir continually for 20 mins, it will also make slow cooking a lot easier too :)ReplyCancel

  • Bronwen Jones

    Mia Mixer!ReplyCancel

  • Other than owing the Thrmochef (drool, drool, sigh, sigh), the six-in-one mutlicooker would be an amazing addition to my kitchen.ReplyCancel

  • Milly

    I have a tc it is the BEST thing ever, would love to have another to gift to my MIL that really wants one.ReplyCancel

  • I would love to have the 6-in-1 multi cooker! I would use it every day!ReplyCancel

  • What an awesome prize, would love one of these!ReplyCancel

  • Tracey Kinny

    Oh gosh, I would love any of them, but the Mia Mixer looks rad in red!ReplyCancel

  • I would love the Multifunction Stone Bake Pizza Oven! I could do so much with it — use the ThermoChef to make the dough & the Pizza Oven to cook it.ReplyCancel

  • Narelle Bailey

    Would like the pizza oven for a quick and easy dinnerReplyCancel

  • I’d love a mia mixer to make baked goods quicker and easier!ReplyCancel

  • The Pizza Oven would be very handy for our Friday night family dinners!ReplyCancel

  • Danielle Wibaux

    Oooh, I’d love to win please! Sounds like it would make life a whole lot easier – and healthier!ReplyCancel

  • The Mia Mixer in red is glorious! I would need some curlers and an apron though to be in my element.ReplyCancel

  • I would love the Mia Mixer to put in my eldest daughter’s glory box.ReplyCancel

  • I was impressed with the variety and quality of NewWave appliances, and to be honest I had not heard of this company before. I’m glad I now know about them. Other than the Thermochef I would also love the milkshake maker. My son and I love to share a milkshake as a treat and I know he would love to help me out by making them together :-)ReplyCancel

  • Christielou

    I have been eying off the Just Pizza Oven for some time now to add some pizzazz to our pizza nights (as well as converting the ThermochefReplyCancel

  • Amanda

    Ohh I would love to win one of these!ReplyCancel

  • Wow this would make life so much easier!!ReplyCancel

  • Danielle

    I think the 5-in-1 multi cooker would be fantastic. Between the thermochef and the multi cooker my kitchen would be ready for gourmet meals!ReplyCancel

  • Shellhendo

    The Milk Shake Maker, my daughter is just discovering the joys of milkshakes when we are out and would be great to introduce her to the many amazing flavours at home as well.ReplyCancel

  • Would love the Mia mixer! Would make things o much easier while having twins under my feet in the kitchen ReplyCancel

  • Vivienne Lincoln

    We are always making our own pizzas so I would also get the pizza oven/maker!!ReplyCancel

  • I would love the pizza oven. We love our homemade pizzas!ReplyCancel

  • Deborah T

    I cannot even begin to imagine what a difference this would make to our family. What amazing things we would be able to do!ReplyCancel

  • m'leigh edwards

    I would love a bigger oven, any brand. I love cooking and the one I have isn’t big enough.ReplyCancel

  • that 6 in one multi cooker- looks awesomeReplyCancel

  • I would like a Mia mixer as I don’t have a mixer which makes it difficult to do lots of different baking thingsReplyCancel

  • Leanne

    I would love a Mia Mixer, I am doing a cake decorating course and being able to make the cake to decorate would be handy :)ReplyCancel

  • jenanddanny

    Pizza oven

  • Suz Hewitt

    That Pizza oven looks fantastic!!!!!!ReplyCancel

  • Wow awesome giveaway! Thank you.

  • Brittany Murphy

    I would really love the MiaMixer to give to a dear friend who would appreciate it so much! She has kids/husband with allergies so makes pretty much everything from scratch!ReplyCancel

  • Oh My Gosh, I have just spent about 2hours today researching this machine. I am so stoked to be entered, cos I really really want one.ReplyCancel

  • The Mia Mixer in black – suits my decor and saves my carpal tunnel :)ReplyCancel

  • bnk81

    6 in 1 multicooker. I might be able to get hubby yo cook dinner one night so I could have a night off!!ReplyCancel

  • I absolutely love the red Mia Mixer…ReplyCancel

  • Magdalena Owen

    I would love the Multi-Function Pizza Oven as we eat a lot of home made pizzas and it would save getting the oven warmed up, looks nice and quick and easy too!ReplyCancel

  • Jane

    Mia Mixer sounds awesome!!ReplyCancel

  • Kate Tucker

    I’d have time to actually sit down and help kids with their homework rather than slaving in the kitchen!ReplyCancel

  • I would kill for one of these!ReplyCancel

  • Jodie

    I’d love to own the 6-in-1 Multicooker because I have a small kitchen and don’t have room for lots of different appliances so having 6 in one would be awesome! I also have a large family to feed with 4 kids, a mother in law, mother and a husband :)ReplyCancel

  • Sheryl

    This looks like such a great kitchen tool. Would love to see it in action. ReplyCancel

  • I would love the Pizza Maker in red! Not only because the boys will be able to safely make their own Pizza creations, but because in red it just has to go faster! :)ReplyCancel

  • Jess Best

    I would love the Multifunctional Stone Bake Pizza Oven because it would make pizza night so easy, and hungry tummies filled up QUICKLY!!ReplyCancel

  • I would love the MIA mixer also to help with the baking I want to do :)ReplyCancel

  • Shane Lawrence

    How Fantastic would be!!!! Hope it’s me!!!!ReplyCancel

  • Kells

    Thermochef or 6 in 1 multi cooker would be awesome!! Am not a very good cook, something tells me this would be greatly improved by either of these appliances!!ReplyCancel

  • Jodie Emerton

    Oh the fun I could have with this machineReplyCancel

  • i would love a mia mixer as my mixer has a broken whisk which i use to make all my cupcakes.ReplyCancel

  • Mindy

    The Mia mixer please. I would like to become Nigella, lol.ReplyCancel

  • vicky anagnosteas rozakis

    wow, this looks awesome. what a great tool to have so that I can spend more time with the kids. would love this pleaseReplyCancel

  • The pizza oven sounds pretty good!!! :)ReplyCancel

  • Leanne Coates

    I would love a black MIA mixer as I am a huge baking fan and would go tremendously in our kitchenReplyCancel

  • Jess @ myheartisyourhome

    What a great giveaway! This would make the world of difference to my life once bub is here… fingers crossed :)ReplyCancel

  • Kellie B

    The Mia Mixer is also very cool and would be my next pick.ReplyCancel

  • wow. love this.ReplyCancel

  • I would love Mia mixer and the multifunctional stone bake pizza oven!ReplyCancel

  • I’d love to own the NW Mia mixer the pouring shield looks fab and I like the shape of the mixer itself.ReplyCancel

  • Kylie

    I would love the Mia mixer so I could give it to my mum as she loves baking.ReplyCancel

  • K-

    Mia MixerReplyCancel

  • Alexandra

    i would love the 5 in cooker! having to cook 2 meals each night due to my health/food issues anything that saves me time in teh kitchen is a blessing..cause cooking for 3 boys (hubby included lol) its always a big meal for them :DReplyCancel

  • Jodie taylor

    I would love the multi functional pizza oven, we love pizza and this looks amazing, much better than crimping them on a trayReplyCancel

  • Belinda

    Fantastic! I’d never heard of this brand beforeReplyCancel

  • to be able to cook with confidenceReplyCancel

  • J Knoll

    How fantstic to have extra ‘hands’ in the kitchen! But it is the opportunity to cook with wholesome foods that have this appliance on my wish list!ReplyCancel

  • Kylie

    A pizza maker would be an awesome appliance to have. After you’ve chopped all the toppings and mixed up the dough in the Thermochef, the pizza oven would make it perfect.ReplyCancel

  • vetstar

    this would be awesome as I have bub due soon and will need to start making food for him.Reply