Steens Manuka Honey Giveaway

The Sweetest Giveaway – Steens Manuka Honey

It’s that time of year isn’t it.  Everyone is prone to catching coughs and colds and the weather just doesn’t seem to help.

Steens Honey

Well, I have a lovely giveaway to help three of you get through the chilly winter months.  You’ve probably heard of Manuka Honey, the sort that has proven medicinal value.   It’s excellent for the immune system, for digestive health, for wound healing, skin ailments and energy boosting.  And, of course most importantly it tastes wonderful.

The honey comes from over 10,000 beehives distributed across some of the most beautiful, remote, natural wilderness in New Zealand and is noteable for a rich golden colour.  It is raw, cold processed and 100% pure.  So, whether you chose to cook with it, steal the odd teaspoon when you want a quick snack or smother it on toast with lashings of butter, you can be sure of a wonderful flavour.  If you are tempted, you can find Steens Manuka Honey in  a whole range of shops in London and across the UK including Waitrose, Tesco, Harrods and Harvey Nichols.

I have three pots of Steens 100% pure New Zealand Manuka honey, worth £10 each to give away.  Just follow the rafflecopter instructions for your chance to win.

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  1. on toast! yum :)

  2. maureen moss says:

    On a crusty corner of a fresh slightly still warm cottage loaf that is spread with farmhouse butter

  3. The tastiest way to prevent a cold!

  4. Jo hutchinson says:

    on toast

  5. We eat lots of honey, honestly, as soon as I buy a new jar, it is finished. We use it with pacncakes/blini and also with tea, especially the herbal infusions. Also my guys like hot milk with a spoon of honey.

  6. With butter on crumpets, in hot milk or hot lemon tea with honey!

  7. this sounds awesome. I will check the web to see if I can find it in the US.+

  8. melanie stirling says:

    My favourite way is on toast or on my porridge :)

  9. set honey on a cinnamon and fruit bagel.

  10. Honey is a wonder and I love it in just about everything, but right now I’m eating some on my porridge so that is my current favourite.

  11. Karen Whittaker says:

    With freshly squeezed orange juice as a marinade for pork chops

  12. I like honey on toast

  13. drizzled over warm cocktail sausages :)

  14. In date, banana and sesame seeds smoothie…

  15. Lucy L Richards says:

    With whisky, hot water, cinnamon and a twist of lime. Guaranteed to warm your cockles and put a smile on your face.

  16. Emma J Lowe says:

    in my readybrek

  17. On toast!!!

  18. On a hot toasted barm :)


  19. My mom makes this fantastic honey layered cake that makes me extremely happy. However, it kills all the good properties of honey because of the high temperature of baking, so I prefer to improvise and bake the layers separately and then put honey mixed with dairy-free butter on them. Soooo good!

  20. I love honey on toast or just by itself

  21. Drizzled on my porridge for breakfast

  22. With lemon and ginger in hot water for the ultimate cold buster

  23. A recent craving of mine (despite it being ages old since human discovery) is honey with extra virgin olive oil and freshly squeezed lemon for an addictive dressing that goes with salads, cous cous, pasta… So healthy but oh so good!

  24. Katherine L says:

    I love honey drizzled on cheese!

  25. this is a fab giveaway for me.. I was only looking at the Manuka honey in the healthfood shop the other day (I am tempted as it is supposed to be good for your digestions, and I have problems there) and wincing at the price!
    As for favourite ways to use it? on freshly baked bread with salted butter, IN the said freshly baked bread, drizzled over chicken in the oven, in gingerbread, oh all sorts of ways..

    But this Manuka would just be guarded like Alcatraz and eaten from a spoon by ME.

  26. Maggie Smith says:

    I like to eat a spoonful each night before bed! Thanks

  27. on toast

  28. Amelia Kennedy says:

    On hot buttered crumpets x

  29. Kelly Koya says:

    Honey and bran muffins. Though Manuka honey is amazing stuff, a spoonful will help ward off a cold.

  30. I like using honey in cooking especially on chicken with lemon hmm hmm !

  31. Hannah Oneill says:

    Honey and mustard chicken mmmmm

  32. Janice Davison says:

    Straight onto buttered toast

  33. shane weir says:

    on toast

  34. Jen Schofield says:

    Drizzled over porridge

  35. On porridge

  36. In hot water as a drink with some lemon

  37. Charley Foulds says:

    love it with greek yoghurt!

  38. With porridge it provides a real boost and lasting energy.

  39. laura banks says:

    drizzled on gammon

  40. Shirley Giles says:

    On toast, pancakes baking flapjacks, lovely !

  41. Plain and simple, lashing spread on toast

  42. on homemade crusty bread and butter simply scrummy! those damn bees do an exceptional job fingers and toes crossed to winxx

  43. Joanne Mapp says:

    I don’t think you’re going to like this one! My cat was hit by a car recently and had a nasty gash on his leg. I used Manuka honey (as advised by the vet) on the wound and it’s healing properties were amazing.

  44. Angela sandhu says:

    On toast or when making sticky BBQ chicken

  45. Jocelyn Clark says:

    With soy sauce on chicken

  46. I love it with my banana smoothie. Banana and honey blended together with a few oats is a great kick start to my day. It is all I use my honey for actually.

  47. Suzanne Cooke says:

    My daughter and I have a spoonful every day, but as a treat on a rich tea biscuit.

  48. Sarah Smith says:

    on pancakes!!!! num num
    its great with honey and hot water for a natural cold remedy too

  49. Julie Picton says:

    Mixed with Mayo and mustard and have with Chicken Salad

  50. on toast

  51. sophie spiby says:

    In a cup of tea.

  52. just on toast.

  53. anthony harrington says:

    on cracker bread

  54. Stephen Hames says:

    Best way to use honey is on roast veg. Yum!

  55. Cheryll Hastie says:

    I love honey in greek yoghurt :)

  56. Ste Appleton says:

    Over really thick pork chops

  57. Lovely mixed with fresh ginger and lemon and served as a tea. Great for both colds and hangovers!

  58. Joanne Mcgawley says:

    Can only be as a glaze on an oven baked ham. Amazing.

  59. Love a spoonful of Manuka honey in my porridge :)

  60. Joanne thomas says:

    i use it in my coffee instead of sugar

  61. I have a spoonful of manuka honey just as it is to try to rebuild my immune system.

  62. PENNY RUSSELL says:

    In mint tea

  63. Sharon Griffin says:

    on hot crumpets for my tea

  64. jen louise jackson says:

    I love honey in Tea

  65. i like it drizzled over raw banana and yogurt with a sprinkling of crushed walnuts

  66. Sally Carter says:

    I love honey and Greek yoghurt. I also like to have a spoonful at bedtime to alleviate a sore/tickly throat – it’s very soothing.

  67. Jill Mann says:

    On hot crumpets

  68. Jen Rogers says:

    With Avocado Pear – delicious!

  69. On crumpets

  70. Jill Webb says:

    On toast, poridge crumpets rice pud of things

  71. Val Hartley says:

    On my breakfast porridge.

  72. Jane Adair says:

    Roasted carrots and parsnips drizzled with honey is a firm family favourite in our house

  73. Amy Ripley says:

    On my crumpets!

  74. Caroline H says:

    With soy sauce and ginger as a marinade for roast veg.

  75. Victoria N says:

    Over granola or porridge first thing in a morning, yum!

  76. maureen findley says:

    i enjoy a hot lemon and honey drink

  77. conrad edwards says:

    on pancakes

  78. Danielle Maycox says:

    I love a hot honey and lemon drink, especially if i have a cold, its so comforting & really soothes the throat!

  79. Marycarol says:

    Love honey on my porridge and if I get hoarse or have a sore throat I make a nice hot honey drink and it really helps!

  80. Paul Martin says:

    love it by itself straight out of the jar on a teaspoon

  81. Rachel Williams says:

    Swirled into porridge for breakfast.

  82. jemma price says:

    I love it on porridge

  83. Sylvia Witham says:

    Versatile and tasty for cooking or spreading

  84. On toasted Muffins

  85. Mickie Bull says:

    Hot toddies – even when I’m not ill!

  86. Tracey Belcher says:

    Roasted Pears and Parsnips – coated together! yummy

  87. Karen Shuttleworth says:

    On pancakes

  88. In a stir fry

  89. Frances hopkins says:

    with a spoon

  90. Jesse Partington says:

    On warm toast.

  91. i like it as a drink

  92. Hazel Christopher says:

    I love honey on toast in the mornings :) X

  93. Sheila Reeves says:

    On my porridge in the morning – or on toast – or straight out of the jar ;))

  94. sandra rubery says:

    dip my finger in…

  95. Mark Rayner says:

    on some lovely warm bread

  96. Cyndi Johnson says:

    On peanut butter toast. Yum!

  97. I add honey to my porridge but I use manuka on cuts and grazes or skin that needs healing. It’s magic.

  98. Janine Phillips says:

    Honey is my first choice when I have a sore throat x

  99. I use it in tea, and to spread on bread.

  100. Mark Fridlington says:

    I mostly add honey to porridge but it is also very nice on buttered scones.

  101. diana webb says:

    On my weetabix

  102. Suzanne sendell says:

    On cereal or In hot water

  103. Emily Hutchinson says:

    With Greek yoghurt and a sliced banana for a breakfast treat.

  104. Tina Lawton says:

    I love honey on toast :)

  105. As a sweetener when baking apples – or on crumpets with thick butter beneath!

  106. Ohmite Hudson says:

    On my parsnips

  107. kristy brown says:

    On my porridge

  108. When I was younger I used to love it with marmite on toast!

  109. Susan Ovens says:

    I love it in thick greek yoghurt or for making honey oat and raisin cookies and sometimes I eat it straight from the pot.

  110. claire curtis says:

    my little boy would love this on his toast

  111. Teresa Lee says:

    On toasted american pancakes with peanut butter

  112. On toast

  113. I would love some Manuka honey to spread thinly with low fat cream cheese on my 2 Ryvitas for a lovely 5:2 breakfast! incidentally, THANK YOU!!! For the wonderfull 5:2 recipes! Best wishes, Caterina

    • ahhh glad it’s working for you! I’m about to post a Matcha giveaway, which is something that you should try to win…very expensive tea that is supposed to do wonders for your metabolism!

  114. In a bowl of porridge

  115. Coupled with mustard on a grilled chicken breast :)

  116. I love it drizzled over a nice warming bowl of porridge. :)

  117. jane colwill says:

    On French toast, with real butter too

  118. On buttered toast, or with greek yogburt.

  119. Natalie Lee says:

    I love it on a nice hot slice of toast with yummy oozing butter!

  120. Emma Smith says:

    My kids love it on weetabix with warm milk and banana

  121. Claire Trevor says:

    I like it on weetabix with soya milk:)

  122. Afshan Iqbal says:

    I put some in milk

  123. Hilda Hazel Wright says:

    On little pancakes nomnom!

  124. Love it on toast :} or with warm milk .

  125. joanna sawka says:

    I like it with hot milk

  126. ros easton says:

    On toast! So you really get that honey taste right on your tongue.

  127. James Holyland says:

    On sausages

  128. Love it with pancakes and a squeeze of lemon

  129. Antonia Rookley says:

    Mmm… I love it in hot water with a twist of lemon

  130. hannah rachel welsh says:

    To make smoothies for my smoothie diet!

  131. Sarah Blair says:

    Warm milk and honey drink!

  132. William Gould says:

    On toast! Not hot toast though, just barely warm.

  133. Ali Thorpe says:

    I have my favourite Dorset honey on a nice slice of toasted rye!

  134. Esme McCrubb says:

    on toast

  135. Mixed in a jar of cold oats with strawberries and blueberries

  136. Claire Butler says:

    on crumpets

  137. Isabelle Smith says:


  138. hayley williams says:

    on toast!

  139. anna stickland says:

    on hot buttery toast!

  140. On sausages!

  141. Love honey on porridge or on yoghurt – Yummy !

  142. Jackie ONeill says:

    porridge or roast veg

  143. Hazel Rush says:

    I love honey and yoghurt

  144. sharon angelz rice says:

    mmmmm with bananas on pancakes yummmm

  145. Emily Nelson says:

    Drizzled Honey on carrots and parsnips! xx

  146. Rebecca leon says:

    To sweeten natural yoghurt

  147. Katherine D says:

    Honey on sourdough bread toast is delicous, but a honey cake is best of all.

  148. Janet Dring says:

    As a sweetener on breakfast cereal

  149. Lisa Ellison says:

    I love Honey will yoghurt, but I watched Jamie Oliver the other day and he says that it’s delicious with Cheddar and coffee granules and I really want to try that.

  150. Ursula Bingham says:

    in green tea

  151. nicola barter says:

    on porridge

  152. L Bunning says:

    I love honey with my breakfast bowl of porridge oats..

  153. Susan Bowe says:

    In fruit tea

  154. charlotte r says:

    on crumpets

  155. Leanne Court says:

    On Gammon

  156. Emily Fraser says:

    Love honey on toast! :)

  157. Gemma Clark says:

    in my porridge and i also have a spoonful in my tea

  158. I love honey on thick wholemeal toast

  159. Nathan Wood says:

    Wanted to try this for quite a while, would love to try it on my toast in the morning

  160. Wendy Tolhurst says:

    Love honey drizzled over parsnips and carrots and roasted in the oven – delicious.

  161. Natalie Henderson says:

    On apple pancakes with yoghurt! Yum!!! :)

  162. sj wesley says:

    On fresh, crusty brown bread

  163. Lisa Wilkinson says:

    I put it on chicken drumsticks with sesame seeds before roasting in oven. So tasty.

  164. to bribe my children with, they love it drizzled on homemade bread (as do I)

  165. James Aspey says:


  166. Mark Johnson says:

    favorite is on toast

  167. Jacqui Mcloughlin says:

    On my porridge – gorgeous!

  168. Sarah Parker says:

    on toast :)

  169. Lani Nash says:

    To glaze gammon

  170. phillippa lee says:

    I love it with Greek yoghourt with walnuts and berries

  171. Kevin Dooley says:

    I use it as a sugar substitute in cakes and muffins.

  172. jayne underwood says:

    on toast, yummy!

  173. On toast!

  174. Gary Martindale says:

    Has to be on toast.

  175. DAWN TOTTON says:

    With lemon and hot water as a lovely drink when I have a cold.

  176. Margaret Nokling says:

    on toast

  177. I like honey drizzled onto porridge

  178. I take a teaspoon every day

  179. sairz eastham says:

    On roasted veg :)

  180. Rebekah Powley says:

    To make Manuka Honey cake….DELICIOUS! X

  181. Holly Boyd says:

    I currently have mead on the go but have it on toast, pancakes just as a sweetener. Yum

  182. Angie Hoggett says:

    drizzled over baked pears

  183. Sally Poole says:

    On my dermatitis

  184. Cheryl Lovell says:

    On crackers!

  185. Kerry Pope says:

    I love Honey Drizzled in my porridge each morning.

  186. In porridge for the kids, and with hot water and lemon for me when I am feeling under the weather :)

  187. Caroline James says:

    I like honey on toast :)

  188. Kim Howard says:

    With lemon in Green Tea ^_^

  189. On pancakes

  190. Anne-Marie Williamson says:

    drizzled on top of bannas on toast and lightly grilled – heaven

  191. On pancakes

  192. lynsey kirkwood says:

    with hot water and lemon – best alternative to tea or coffee

  193. Laura Chapman says:

    I love it in my porridge in the morning. Yum!

  194. Pam Whitham says:

    Manuka honey has good healing powers so use it for treating wounds etc

  195. In place of sugar in my tea!

  196. Rachel Blackburn says:

    on toast :)

  197. Sergiu Vornic says:


  198. honey with lemon as a drink

  199. Alisa Moore says:

    as a face wash

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