Tuesday, 2 August 2016

Win A Set Of Three Storage Jars From Aladdin

Back in May when I attended Blog On I received a brilliant salad jar from Aladdin in my goody bag, it has been so useful for me as I eat so much salad since re-starting the Slimming World plan in my bid to lose weight. When the lovely people at Aladdin heard that I loved the salad jar so much they offered me a wonderful prize of a set of three storage jars worth £24 to giveaway to one of my readers. 

aladdin food storage jar set giveaway



They are brilliant if like me you are on a healthy eating plan and you want somewhere to store fruits and salads or overnight oats. They are ideal for taking on picnics or for taking your lunch into work or even just for storing food in the fridge. They are so useful and practical that I am sure that you will find so many different uses for them. 

To be in with a chance of winning this lovely prize just in time for summer all you have to do is log into the rafflecopter form below and follow the instructions. Please note t&c's apply, please see below. 
T&C's 
This giveaway is open to UK residents aged 18+ only. One winner will one set of three Aladdin storage jars worth £24, no cash alternative. Winner will be selected at random via rafflecopter from all correct entries received by the closing date. Entrants details will be checked - so no cheating please. Winner will be notified by the email address provided within one week of the giveaway ending and winners details will be displayed on the rafflecopter widget. Prize will come direct from Aladdin. 

102 comments:

  1. I would use the jars for making a breakfast granola with yogurt :)

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  2. i would use them for storage x

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  3. For storage of sugar, flour, dried fruit.

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  4. I'd love to use these to store nuts in :)

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  5. I would use them to store cereal

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  6. i have a large collection of buttons
    from samantha price

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  7. I would use them for sweets or to make overnight oats

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  8. i'd store pasta in them although i love the idea of the salad jar :)

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  9. I think we'd store our different pulses in the jars.

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  10. oh, I'd use them for everything! So handy...

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  11. I would store sugar and raisins

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  12. I would use them for my homemade jams and breakfast fruit and overnight oats too.

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  13. Jams and chutneys

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  14. I would store dried fruit and brown sugar.

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  15. I would use these to make overnight oats! <3

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  16. I would give overnight oats a try.

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  17. These are fab for my lunches for work

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  18. i would store seeds and oats in them.

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  19. all my trinkets,buttons and craft things.

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  20. I would use them to store my baking goodies - thanks for the chance to win x

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  21. Sugar, flour, cereals and such like

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  22. My baking bits and bobs - they look really handy

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  23. I would use them to store oats and flour

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  24. I would use them to store all my baking things in.

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  25. Storing sweets for the kids, they would look funky filled with smarties and jelly beans.

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  26. My friend makes jam so these would come in useful for her

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  27. I would use one to store flour and the other two would be used for treats ;) x

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  28. great for the children's snacks and dried fruit x

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  29. Look nice for taken rice and dry fruit away in my motorhome.

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  30. definitely rice and pasta. my teen keeps knocking them over when going in the cupboard and leaving me with the aftermath

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  31. I'd use them for overnight oats, love to be a bit more creative with my breakfasts

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  32. I would use the jars to store salads and sliced fruit in juice to take to work. CHERYL HADFIELD

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  33. Would be great for storing rice, cereal etc thanks

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  34. For all my dried foodstuffs - mainly cereal, pasta and rice, but also nibbles, sweeties and biscuits.

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  35. I would use them to take my breakfast to work in the morning. EJ Dunn

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  36. I would store pasta, rice and pulses in the jars

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  37. Would use for my sugar tea and coffee :)

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  38. for my teen daughter to take salad / pasta for her lunch

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  39. rice and pasta or maybe tea bags :D

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  40. I would use them for my favorite recipes of overnight oats!

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  41. I would keep dried fruit in them.

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  42. My daughters take a lot of pasta salad to school so I would use them for that .x

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  43. granola and fruit and yoghurt. (@PeanutHog)

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  44. Storage of baking items (after we had a mouse incident in the baking drawer)

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  45. I would put the slimmingworld over night oats in them x

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  46. I would use them for storing our dried fruits

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  47. I'd use them for storing little craft bits like buttons :)

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  48. I would use them to store dried fruit xxx

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  49. perfect for storing arts and crafts items

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  50. Yogurt and granola, for picnics.

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  51. I'd use them for different tea bags to store them

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  52. I'd store dried fruit and nuts in them

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  53. I would use them to keep my crafty stash in - buttons, beads and the like. Love stylish storage in my craft room

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  54. I'd use them for taking salads or granola to work

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  55. I would use them for my baking ingredients

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  56. I would use them for storing flour and sugar, for baking.

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  57. I would use them for seeds and nuts

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  58. I use them for Dr yes fruits and porrage

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  59. I would keep the herbs I've grown in them.

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  60. Would use them for storing my tea and coffee.

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  61. I would use them for baking ingredients

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  62. i would use them to put homemade gifts in like jam or chutney or granola

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  63. I would use them for overnight oats and fruit salad! :) x

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  64. I'd use one for my lunches and the others for storing bits n bobs in the fridge

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  65. i have lots of cooking products I would use them to store my supplies in

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  66. I'd use them for storing all my baking bits.

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  67. I bake a lot of fairy cakes with the kiddies so I would use them to store the sweets we put on top of the cakes :-)

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  68. I always have lots of herbs and ingredients that need storage :)

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  69. I would use them for making yummytastic salad to store in great style for picnics

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  70. Noodles, I saw some awesome stirfry/noodle jars on Pinterest.

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