I’m so excited to share with you this amazing Christmas giveaway to win a Thermapen Classic, just in time before the holidays!
I’ve teamed up with the amazing team at Thermapen, to offer you the chance to win one of their incredible UK-best selling Thermapen® food thermometers!
This fantastic kitchen tool is a great helper in the kitchen. I absolutely love mine, and I’ve been using it for making the most delicious food lately, so I’m super excited to give you the chance to enjoy this little powerful device too!
What is Thermapen?
If you’re not familiar with it just yet, the Thermapen is the UK’s number one selling food thermometer measuring temperature over the range of -49.9 to 299.9°C.
This really clever thermometer takes the guesswork out of cooking and ensures you reach the perfect temperature for anything from poultry, meat, fish, to jam, sauces and desserts (hello perfect caramel sauce!).
I used my Thermapen recently for making a perfectly roasted turkey, and the result was impeccable! Check out my Instagram post(link) to read more about it.
Loved by home cooks and professional chefs worldwide, it offers a combination of speed, accuracy and convenience of use.
Here are some favourite features from both the Thermapen professional and classic:
- Waterproof, so it can be washed easily
- Accurate temperature reading in just 3 seconds
- Intelligent backlit display
- 360° self-rotating display so can be used in any position, in either hand.
- Motion-sensing sleep mode that automatically turns the Thermapen on or off when you pick it up or put it down, maximising battery life.
- A life expectancy of 3000 hours in normal use, without the backlight
- Accurate temperature reading in just 3 seconds
- Auto-power off after 10 minutes, maximising battery life
Thermapen professional and classic are both competitively priced, with prices starting from £51.60 each inclusive of VAT, and available in a lot of vibrant colours.
HOW TO ENTER THE CHRISTMAS GIVEAWAY
To be in with a chance of winning 1x Thermapen® professional, all you have to do is enter via the Rafflecopter form below (give the Rafflecopter widget below a moment to load, if you don’t see it, refresh the page).
TERMS & CONDITIONS
This giveaway is open to UK entries only. Entrants must be aged 18 or over. The winners will need to respond within 10 days of being contacted; failure to do this may result in another winner being selected.
The prize is offered and provided by Thermapen. There is no cash alternative and the prize is not transferable.
There is no entry fee and no purchase is necessary to enter this giveaway. The promoter (The Petite Cook) reserves the right to cancel or amend the giveaway and these terms and conditions without notice.
Entry into our giveaways will be deemed as acceptance of these terms and conditions, in addition to RaffleCopter T&Cs.
This giveaway runs until Saturday, November 30th 2019.
Laura Kevlin says
I love jewel topped Christmas Cake, mmm!
Janice Mackin says
Chloe M says
Homemade sausage rolls
Em S says
Jessica Hutton says
Gluten free Christmas cake and honey roast parsnips
Margaret Gallagher says
Homemade mince pies
Emma Davison says
Mums homemade Xmas pudding
sharon martin says
Vicky Buchanan says
Mince pie cheesecake! Sounds weird but totally works!
Denise SOOS says
Homemade Christmas cake with thick thick icing and marzipan
Louise Reeks says
My grans xmas cake recipe
Lynne O'Connor (@spanglisher) says
I like making Christmas cake
Lucy Irv ?????❄️?✨ (@lucyirv) says
Robyn Clarke says
Mince pies, I used to make them with my mum and grandmother, such happy memories.
Jayne Townson says
Mine is mince pies, thanks for the chance to win, this would be so handy.
Susan Hoggett (@susanhoggett) says
I love making my own homemade xmas fruit cakes for all the family
Patricia Avery says
It has to be the Christmas Cake one that has been passed down through the family for several generations. My daughter is now teaching our grandchildren how to make it as well as the pudding which is also an old family recipe.
Jade Hewlett says
We like to make Christmas cake each year
Lea Mavin says
It has to be traditional Christmas cookies. Every year the whole family joins in baking and decorating these.
Suzanne Brzeski says
i make chocolate cake balls into christmas puddings, fun to make and family and friends love them....already been asked when i'll be making them this year
Claire Nutman says
My Christmas nut roast...........Many thanks
Amy Bondoc says
got to be trifle for dessert! i also love making my own stuffing
Melissa Lee says
Mine is a Christmas yule log that I've made a few times now
stephen holman says
roast potatoes in goose fat
Pat Stubbs says
The chocolate log I make every year
Kat B says
Cinnamon buns, my favourite Christmas tradition!
Helen Tovell says
Winter spiced iced biscuits
cheryl hadfield says
has to be Sprouts in homemade stilton sauce with bacon
Stephanie Coals says
Has to be my grans mince pie receipe. The whole family looks forward to it all year!
ADEINNE TONNER says
For me it has to be my homemade Christmas pudding i love it!!
Megan Green says
My favourite Christmas recipe is my cauliflower cheese! ???
Hopefully it’ll be the turkey if I’m lucky enough to win this very useful gadget!
Good luck everyone x
Amanda tanner says
My favourite Christmas recipe is my mums roast Christmas dinner I cant wait to go there Christmas day to eat it
S Choudhury says
Another vote for mince pies
Sarah Ann says
My favourite Christmas recipe is for my mum's mince pie puff pastry rounds. They are delicious!
Jodie Green says
Has to be homemade brandy mince pies
My aunt's christmas pudding
Rich Tyler says
My nanny's mince pies!
Katie B says
I live making Christmas cakes and mince pies. We are trying Christmas pudding this year as well!
Carole Nott says
I love making a traditional Christmas cake and decorating with icing.
Rebecca John says
My gran's Christmas Cake.
Caroline Turner says
Mushroom and chestnut wellington
mark Johnson says
love the full roast dinner
Jade P says
We do homemade mince pies..It’s our favourite!
Ms C Bryan says
My mum's fruit cake
Jamie Piper says
My wife's home made Christmas cake
ray becker says
Anne Bardsley says
Homemade bread, to make turkey sandwiches on boxing day.
Leanne weir says
Home made gingerbread men
Phil B says
Roast goose, roast potatoes, roast sprouts, pigs in blankets, green veg and home made gravy, no powders or granuals! I cook it if someone else carves it. Seriously I find it impossible to carve a goose
Jacqui Graham says
home made Christmas cakes, with huge amounts of dried fruit, 6 free range eggs, whiskey sherry and stirred with a bit of magic.
Tom D says
There's so many, but the real unsung hero for me would have to be the bread sauce.
Chris Bell says
Home made mince pies are an absolute delight!
roast turkey with garlic
Michelle O'Neill says
has to be my homemade mince pies
Louise A says
Every Christmas I cook sausage meat in a loaf tin (with added herbs and spices) and then serve it up sliced with the turkey etc and then part of a cold meats platter on Boxing Day
Maxine G says
I love making home made stollen - the household motto is that there can never be enough marzipan at Christmas
Lesley Bain says
Just very simple, roast potatoes cooked in goose fat. They are just the best thing about Christmas dinner for me.
E. Guerreiro says
My mother makes a Portuguese dessert every Christmas (I don't know how to spell it). It simply wouldn't be Christmas without them. Its bread soaked in egg, like French toast, but there is also alcohol of some kind, and lots of sugar and cinnamon.
Bob Clark says
turkey with all the trimmings
Steven S says
Pork stuffing with loads of big chunky chestnuts.
Ritchie Dee says
Honey and Parmesan roasted parsnips!
Jim Milligan says
Mary D says
Pudding of course, but roast potatoes come a close second.
Peter Watson says
I love my mother-in-law's recipe for a Christmas Pudding.
Tracey Ryder says
love mams xmas cake
Joanne Ahmed says
Rum butter (Some people call it Cumberland butter) - I absolutely love it over my Xmas pudding!! My Nan was from the Lake District & it was very common around there, she passed the recipe down <3
Jackie Howell says
Christmas Pud and Custard
Phil P says
Christmas Pud, obviously!
Paul Wilson says
Low carb Christmas Pudding.
Karen Lloyd says
Perky turkey Soup
Rena Plumridge says
S Edwards says
my own Secret Christmas Pudding Mix x
clair downham says
HOMEMADE MINCE PIES
kim neville says
delicious chocolate yule log
Julie Mouzoura says
Ooooo mine is Creole Christmas Cake. I use Delia's recipe but add extra rum, yum!
Anthony Harrington says
Chocolate Yule Log , yummy!
Emma J Walters (@emmav6) says
mincemeat puff pastry lattice mmmmmmmm
Ellen Stafford says
I love Christmas cake! x
andrea upton says
It has to be the Christmas pudding, I love making it and tastes so much better when you have made it yourself!
Slow cooker gammon in cola.
David Parrott says
Best Chritmas recipe? Marmite butter brussels sprouts with xmas dinner!
Natalie Dawn says
I love any Christmas recipe that means I get to bake! Nothing nicer than a wet, miserable day spent in the warm kitchen surrounded by the scents of Christmas and winter nutmeg, cinnamon, ginger, spice and all things nice!
I love homemade iced gingerbread!