Friday, 8 December 2017

A Christmas Dinner Cheat Sheet And Win a Hello Fresh Food Box Ends 24/12

I love receiving food boxes and Hello Fresh is one of the best. Hello Fresh is a recipe box that is delivered to your door on a weekly basis. Firstly you choose the recipes, secondly, the box is packed for you, the freshest ingredients with everything measured out, thirdly the box is delivered to your door on a day chosen by you. 



Each box comes with a recipe card and the recipes are easy to follow. The recipes are a mix of classics and slight twists on dishes. Recent favourites of mine have been Portuguese style chicken and Sicilian caponata for that authentic taste of Portuguese and Sicilian cuisine and also sausage pie when you just want comfort food on a cold day.  From classic dishes to veggie selections to family meals, Hello Fresh caters for a variety of people with different menu choices and needs.


Now Hello Fresh are experts at making everything easy to cook, with simple step-by-step instructions and great easy to follow photos, so this year they have produced something brilliant - the ultimate Christmas dinner cheat sheet

The Christmas dinner cheat sheet contains secret recipes, like how to make the best gravy and the perfect roast potato recipe, as well as what to do the night before and a breakdown of the timings for cooking Christmas dinner on Christmas day. So as you can see, it is a really useful guide for novice cooks and more experienced alike.

Now I don't know about you but I find planning, preparing and cooking Christmas dinner stressful. There are so many parts of the meal that have to be perfect, and you know that soggy potatoes, lumpy gravy and overcooked veg will just not make the grade, and will cause grumbles from the not so tactful guests, so anything that makes Christmas dinner easy to make is fine by me!


As an extra special treat to my readers, Hello Fresh are giving you the chance to win a Hello Fresh classic box up to £60 in value, when you download the Christmas Dinner cheat sheet.

Entry is easy via the Rafflecopter application below. If you are not sure how to enter check out this Rafflecopter guide here.



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I hope you have a tasty and stress-free Christmas dinner and if you do enter this competition I wish you good luck!

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The competition is open to residents of the United Kingdom aged 18 years or over. 
There is no entry fee and no purchase necessary to enter this competition. 
By entering this competition, an entrant is indicating his/her agreement to be bound by these terms and conditions. 
Only one entry will be accepted per person. Multiple entries from the same person will be disqualified
Closing date for entry will be 23rd Dec 2017. After this date, then no further entries to the competition will be permitted. 
No responsibility can be accepted for entries not received for whatever reason. The prize is as stated and no cash or other alternatives will be offered. The prizes are not transferable.
The winner will be notified by email within 2 days of the closing date. If the winner cannot be contacted or do not claim the prize within 5 days of notification, we reserve the right to withdraw the prize from the winner and pick a replacement winner. 
The promoter will notify the winner when and where the prize can be collected/is delivered. 
The prize is a HelloFresh standard box - classic for 2, 3 or 4 people up to £60 in value.

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250 comments

  1. I’d love to win this as I love Hello Fresh boxes

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  2. Has to be the Turkey, I wish we could buy farm reared turkeys all your round it's delicious meat & not very fatty either

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  3. The pudding. But if that doesn't count - I love the turkey too.

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  4. all of it! but love sausage meat stuffing with the meat!

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  5. The gravy, it brings all the other elements together.

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  6. Pigs in blankets, oh and the cranberry sauce!

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  7. Christmas pudding

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  8. I love Christmas pudding and brandy butter!
    Kellycloggs Kelly L

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  9. Christmas pudding & brandy butter

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  10. The Yule Log - always dessert for me :-)))

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  11. Pigs in blankets.

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  12. Pigs in Blankets - JB

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  13. Honey roasted parsnips are my favourite part of the Christmas dinner.

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  14. I love all of it but if I have to choose one thing then it would have to be Pigs in Blankets :)

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  15. Parsnips cooked in maple syrup! Can't wait.

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  16. Would have to be roast potatoes

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  17. it has to be the stuffing and lots of it

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  18. Cold pigs in bacon and brandy butter.

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  19. I love stuffing,sausage meat and pigs in blankets :)

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  20. sprouts sprouts and more sprouts,, with gravy

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  21. It's definitely my veggie roast, it's so yummy

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  22. Roast potatoes, cranberry sauce and stuffing.

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  23. love roast parsnips bathed in gravy

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  24. Gotta be the parsnips. :D

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  25. I like all the accompaniments, the roasties, the veggies, stuffing, cranberry sauce.

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  26. All of it but especially the roasties!

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  27. Yorkshire pudding

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  28. Dean T (ribbons1978)9 December 2017 at 18:50

    The turkey, big piles of it covered in gravy <3

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  29. hard choice between yorkshire puddings or pigs in blankets

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  30. roast potatoes are my fave but i love it all even sprouts

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  31. I love my turkey! I like it juicy and succulent and i like the skin that has has some streaky bacon cooked on top of it mmmmm!

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  32. Brussel sprouts - not joking I promise you

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  33. Yorkshire puddings :)

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  34. CAROLYN HEYWORTH9 December 2017 at 22:20

    STUFFING ITS DELICIOUS

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  35. Roast potatoes cooked in goose fat.

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  36. Now that would have to be pigs in blankets with chestnut stuffing and a home made xmas pudding for afters

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  37. Roast potatoes, i have them all year round, but something about them on Christmas day!

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  38. Roasted parsnips are my favourite.

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  39. I think the real unsung hero of the Christmas dinner is the bread sauce.

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  40. Parsnips as it's pretty much the only time of the year that I eat them.

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  41. the pigs in blankets followed by the roasts

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  42. It's the stuffing for me! We normally have a few different types at Christmas!

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  43. The turkey for me

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  44. I love the roast potatoes and cranberry sauce. :)

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  45. Roast potatoes are my favourite bit.

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  46. The turkey itself with a nice gravy.

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  47. Christmas pudding with home made brandy butter

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  48. Grilled king prawns, which is what I have with my family in Spain.

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  49. The Turkey, thankyou for the competition x

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  50. Brussel Sprouts....I'm the weird one that would rather have loads of them on my plate than more Turkey!

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  51. has to be the Christmas pudding

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  52. Brussels sprouts with bacon lardons. Yummy!

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  53. The yorkshire puddings. Could eat nothing but them and be happy

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  54. Felicity Williams16 December 2017 at 14:05

    Honey roast parsnips :D

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  55. brussels sprouts

    Katie Corr

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  56. The roast veg - potatoes and parsnips

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  57. The roasted vegetables full of flavour.

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  58. Roast potatoes

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  59. I'm all over a good veggie Wellington but the roast potatoes are the best bit.

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  60. For me it personally has to be pigs in blankets

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  61. Roast potatoes dipped in horseradish sauce

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  62. Parsnips I love them sooo much!

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  63. I love cranberry sauce! Homemade of course.

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  64. Pigs in blankets and bread sauce

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  65. My boys love stuffing and could eat loads of it. I love chicken and gammon on christmas day:)
    Mainy

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  66. gravy! Zoe Glazebrook

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  67. Seasoned sausage meat, I cook it in a loaf pan and then slice to serve, great hot and cold

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  68. I really love the Roast potatoes, although the roast parsnips come a close second

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  69. i can't decide between the roast potatoes or brussel sprouts.

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  70. Love pigs in blankets and proper stuffing

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  71. Katerina Economides21 December 2017 at 21:03

    Roast Potatoes

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  72. Sprouts.

    Rachel Craig

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  73. My favourite bit of the Christmas dinner is the pigs in blankets!

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  74. I love roast turkey with all the trimmings....and sprouts and parsnips....followed by Christmas pudding.. fabulous🎅🎅🎅🎅🎅🎅

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  75. I think my favourite is the roast parsnips :)

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  76. all of the different sauces and stuffings

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