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Giveaway - Limited Edition Horlicks Memorabilia

Horlicks

I've teamed up with the lovely people at Horlicks to give away some fantastic limited edition Horlicks memorabilia. The prize includes a lovely vintage mug (pictured above), Horlicks tin, as well as a tub of Horlicks Light Chocolate, which has 55% less fat than Horlicks original - so no guilt for those of you still on the New Year diet!

I had a real craving for Horlicks during my third pregnancy and you would often find me curled up on the sofa, in the middle of the night with my hands wrapped around a hot steaming mug of it  - it was so comforting when I couldn't sleep. My Nana and Grandad, like many other Nana and Grandads around the county, would always have a mug of Horlicks before bed so I've got a real nostalgic affection for the stuff.

 I also love baking with it and my Malteser Cheesecake, which uses Horlicks in the mix, is one of the most popular recipes on the blog. Check it out if you haven't - it's a real showstopper of a dessert.

Malteser Cheesecake

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  1. My favourite is flavoured coffee! I also adore Horlicks for a bedtime drink!

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  2. My favorite hot drink is coffee x

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  3. Hot chocolate now but loved horlicks as a child

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  4. warm oat milk... or a cup of horlicks (made with full milk!)

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  5. Hot Chocolate

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  6. Hot Chocolate.

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  7. Black Coffee - Joanne Beale

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  8. Hot Chocolate :) Though if I'm not in the mood for something sweet I love black English Breakfast Tea

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  9. Tea is my fave, but I do love a horlicks at bedtime!

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  10. anything hot as long as its not coffee

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  11. Horlicks Chocolate Malt is my absolute favourite drink!

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  12. I like Hot Chocolate or Horlicks! I don't drink tea or coffee.

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  13. Tea with a dash of milk and no sugar

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  14. I love drinking flavoured coffees and currently Caramel coffee is my favourite x

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  15. I really enjoy a lovely cup of Hot Chocolate. x

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  16. Green tea or a salted caramel cappuccino from costa, I was addicted to them during december!

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  17. A nice cup of English breakfast Tea!

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  18. My favourite drink is a latte :)

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  19. I do enjoy an occasional hot chocolate, but for every day I like rosehip and hibiscus herbal tea.

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  20. A strong mug of tea.

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  21. I love a cuppa tea but its tied with a latte!

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  22. I am the original cappuccino queen. Love it so much.

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  23. When I want to treat myself a cup of hot chocolate with whipped cream, but day to day its coffee

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