Reader Giveaway! Warm your February with Horlicks

It’s a cold and rainy early-February day in central France, I’m hungry and cold and I just popped another log on the fire before going out with the wheelbarrow to bring in some more wood. My New Year’s resolutions are getting harder to keep and the winter buzzword on the web is Comfort. If you’re dieting like me, it’s important to find a low-fat source of comfort, energy and why not a bit of protein. The good people at Horlicks have come up with a tasty solution in their Horlicks Light Chocolate and just to brighten your February I’m giving away a bundle of limited edition Horlicks memorabilia and a tub of Horlicks Light Chocolate to one lucky winner! 

Horlicks Light Chocolate, for those moments when you need goodness with a super-chocolatey boost. With 55% less fat than Horlicks Traditional there's no added guilt for New Years dieters ;-)

Horlicks Light Chocolate, for those moments when you need goodness with a super-chocolatey boost. With 55% less fat than Horlicks Traditional there’s no added guilt for New Years dieters ๐Ÿ˜‰

How to enter

  • A winner will be chosen at random from all qualifying comments left anywhere on this blog. The winner will be selected at random by randomresult.com.
  • A qualifying comment is one that gives your favourite recipe from all those published on Why is There Air – and what you like about it. Use as few or as many words as you like. You might find it easy to finish this sentence: “My favourite Why is There Air recipe is [add recipe name here] because [tell us why you like the recipe here].
  • Like more than one recipe on Why is There Air? Leave more comments then ๐Ÿ˜‰ Each comment is worth one entry!
  • The winner must be a UK resident and if you live elsewhere in the world, please don’t let that stop you from joining in the conversation!
  • Get your thinking caps on and stroll through the blog on the double quick! Contest deadline is 12 noon on Tuesday 16 February 2016 in the UK (UTC).
  • Feel free to share this contest with friends so they can have a chance to win, too!

Want to know if you’ve won?

Hop on over to the Why is There Air Facebook page where the winner will be announced on Thursday 18th February 2016.

Enter our contest for a chance to win Horlicks memorabilia or a tub of Horlicks Light Chocolate! Entries must be received by 12 noon (France UTC+1) on Tuesday 16th February, 2016. The more comments you leave, the more chances you have to win!

Enter our contest for a chance to win Horlicks memorabilia or a tub of Horlicks Light Chocolate! Entries must be received by 12 noon (France UTC+1) on Tuesday 16th February, 2016. The more comments you leave, the more chances you have to win!

Prepare your Horlicks drink in your Thermomix

Pop 200 g water and 30 g Horlicks Light (or 25 g Horlicks Traditional) per serving into your Thermomix, heat and stir about 5 minutes/90ยฐ C/Speed 2, pour into mugs, sit back and enjoy a boost for the afternoon.

Horlicks is great for those looking for an alternative afternoon cuppa to help boost energy levels! A mug of Horlicks Traditional is packed with 14 key nutrients including Vitamin B6 which contributes to the normal functioning of both the nervous and immune system and can reduce tiredness and fatigue. It is also low fat and a source of protein.

Right. Time for my cuppa Horlicks. See you soon in the comments sections ๐Ÿ˜‰

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12 Comments

  1. Helene Meurer

    11 February 2016 at 19:59

    Woohoo, what a cute prize! Well, my fave recipe from Why is There Air is Madame’s Brandade de Morue! I had brandade de morue regularly when working in the south of France in my youth and fell in love with the dish — so was thrilled when Madame created a Thermomix version for all to enjoy ๐Ÿ™‚ Thank you Madame, and thank you Horlicks!!!

  2. Nik

    13 February 2016 at 20:48

    My favourite recipe from your blog? Easy, gotta be the chocolate chorizo! Everybody likes a bit (or a lot) of chocolate and this takes it to a whole new level!

  3. Madame Thermomix

    13 February 2016 at 21:04

    Well thank you, Helene! The brandade de morue is one of my favourites, too. So much easier to make with Thermomix, too!
    http://www.whyisthereair.com/2011/03/21/an-air-of-provence/

  4. Madame Thermomix

    13 February 2016 at 21:06

    Oh wow, chocolate chorizo was one of my earliest recipes and one of my favourites, too. I’m so glad it’s not me that has to choose ๐Ÿ˜‰
    http://www.whyisthereair.com/2010/08/14/chocolate-chorizo-and-watermelon/

  5. Luschka

    13 February 2016 at 21:50

    Your white chocolate rocky road that you put in the Christmas Thermomix eBook is my favourite. It’s fantastic – and that from someone who doesn’t like white chocolate! I’ve also directed loads of people to your snail pastry recipe, and use that often too ๐Ÿ™‚

  6. Madame Thermomix

    13 February 2016 at 22:01

    Ah yes, the White Chocolate Rocky Road… my thighs are trembling just thinking about it! And isn’t the snail method for puff pastry just divinely simple? Cheers and good luck in the contest! P.S. yours looks much better than mine ๐Ÿ˜‰
    http://www.whyisthereair.com/2012/11/23/thermomix-christmas-gift-ideas/

  7. Sarah Lawson

    13 February 2016 at 22:23

    My favourite recipe from ‘Why is there Air?’ is Semolina Shortbread and I even bought the home made stamp to make them look just like yours on the blog. Then I met you through work when you trained me to be a Thermomix demonstrator; I opened a drawer in your kitchen for something and there was the ‘home-made’ biscuit stamp! Suddenly I realised I was in the kitchen of Madame Thermomix! So this gorgeous recipe always reminds me of you. Sarah xx

  8. Madame Thermomix

    14 February 2016 at 08:40

    Oh Sarah, I’m so touched! I like my semolina shortbread recipe, too, but I like you even more ๐Ÿ˜‰
    http://www.whyisthereair.com/2012/02/01/short-and-oh-so-sweet/

  9. Jenny Tschiesche

    14 February 2016 at 21:13

    I have an absolute favourite recipe from your site. It’s the gluten free focaccia. I ate this first at Sarah Lawson’s house and enjoyed it immensely. It’s unbelievably gluten free and that’s the best kind of gluten free in my book!

  10. Madame Thermomix

    14 February 2016 at 21:31

    I was just thinking of that recipe yesterday, Jenny, when making a non gluten free focaccia in a demo here in France. The gluten-free recipe you refer to is by Leslie Collins (@meandmythermie), Adriana Rabinovich (@glutenfree4kids) and former UK Thermomix Director Janie Turner, and as you say, it’s wonderful. Thanks for your comment, good luck, and happy Thermomix cooking!
    http://www.whyisthereair.com/2013/02/04/thermomix-gluten-free-focaccia-bread/

  11. Madame Thermomix

    15 February 2016 at 16:45

    Another favourite recipe has been identified, this time by Natarsha in London. She loves my Gluten free, Dairy free, Vegan and Vegetarian Coconut Milk Wraps with Sweet Chilli and Lime Dipping Sauce and rightly says that there’s “no need to miss out on delicious treats when cutting gluten.” Way to go, Natarsha! Click below to see and try this easy and delicious recipe.
    http://www.whyisthereair.com/?p=6940

  12. Rebecca

    16 February 2016 at 07:05

    We LOVE the apple pie – for sure!

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