The surprise winner of my recent Jaffa Cake Taste Test, in which a panel of tasters helped me rate 12 brands of jaffa cakes, was Asda Chosen By You Jaffa Cakes.
Yep, a 65 pence packet blew all the others out of the water, including one brand that was virtually double the price!
In response to my blog post, Asda ran a fun competition inviting readers to win their height in jaffa cakes! If you’re the same height as the member of Asda staff in the photograph, that’s 9 boxes of jaffa cakes, maybe one or two more if you’re really tall.
But here on Kavey Eats, we’re offering you the chance to win 77 packets – yes, seventy-seven!
That’s £50 worth of gloriously delicious jaffa cakes with a soft tasty sponge, a generous layer of jammy orange jelly that tastes of real fruit and a thick, glossy coat of dark chocolate.
924 of the little darlings!
And it’s up to you whether you keep them all to yourself or share them with your friends, family and work colleagues!
HOW TO ENTER
You can enter the competition in 2 ways.
Entry 1 – Blog Comment
Leave a comment below, answering the following question:
What other jelly flavour do you think would make a good jaffa cake alternative?
Entry 2 – Twitter
Follow @kaveyf on twitter and tweet the (exact) sentence below:
I’d love to win 77 packets of @Asda jaffa cakes from Kavey Eats! http://goo.gl/yls2C #KaveyEatsAsdaJaffa
Existing followers are, of course, welcome to enter!
RULES & DETAILS
The deadline for entries is midnight GMT Saturday 9th June 2012.
The winners will be selected from all valid entries using a random number generator.
The prize is 77 x 150 gram packets of Asda Chosen By You jaffa cakes, and includes delivery to a UK mainland address only.
The prize cannot be redeemed for cash.
The prize is offered directly by Asda Stores Limited.
One blog entry per person only. One twitter entry per person only. You do not have to enter both ways for your entries to be valid.
For twitter entries, winners must be following the @kaveyf account at the time of notification, as this will be sent by Direct Message.
Blog comment entries must provide an email address for contacting the winner.
The winners will be notified by email or twitter. If no response is received within 7 days of notification, the prize will be forfeit and a new winner will be picked and contacted.
*If you don’t have a secondary email address already and are nervous about sharing your main email address on the internet, why not set up a new free email account on hotmail, gmail or yahoo, that you can use to enter competitions like this?
The winner of this competition was “craftilicious”. See her post about winning, here.