WIN a Cuisinart Ice Cream Maker + a Brookfarm Delights Hamper (CLOSED)

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Back due to popular demand and in conjunction with Kitchenware Direct I have given away another a brand new Cuisinart Ice Cream Maker (valued at $119) in your choice of 7 colours PLUS to top that off the winner will also receive a Brookfarm Delights Hamper (valued at $70) thanks to Brookfarm!

It’s almost summer and what better way to celebrate the season than with some homemade ice cream goodness. The best part of doing so is that you can customise your icy treat to whatever you fancy, avoiding excess sugar, additives and preservatives which often lurk around in commercially made ice creams.

When I received my very own Cuisinart ice cream maker from Kitchenware Direct last year, I instantly fell in love with it and gave one away. We’ve had so much fun making up our own flavours: pumpkin and orange, cookies and cream, 5 ingredient rum and raisin (recipe to come) and fresh mint cookie choc chip.

My most recent favourite in terms of flavours is this Muesli Frozen Yoghurt which I created for Brookfarm, using their delicious Toasted Cranberry Muesli – recipe to follow. It is packed with 17 wonderful ingredients and because it is already sweetened with bush honey and a little prune juice, you can avoid adding extra sugar to the yoghurt.

Now, the Ice-Cream Maker Giveaway is back – making your own flavour possibilities endless!

For those of you who don’t already have an ice cream maker: you can check out these Muesli Yoghurt Ice Pops on the Brookfarm website – no ice-cream maker needed!

Muesli Frozen Yoghurt Ice Pops

For those of you who would love to win one (CLOSED): continue reading to enter… Also, check out the Kitchenware Direct Ice-Cream Maker 101 post and some great offers on buying one.

PS Kitchenware Direct are giving one away too (offers end midnight 2nd December)! PPS Oh, and did you know that Brookfarm also makes gluten-free muesli and porridge (Porrij) and has an online store?

How to WIN a Cuisinart Ice-Cream Maker and Brookfarm Delights Hamper (CLOSED)

To enter the giveaway you must complete the following steps:

  1. Leave a comment on this post telling me: EITHER what would be the first ice cream flavour you would make OR how do you enjoy your muesli?
  2. You must use the Rafflecopter widget or link below to register your entries.

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Ts & Cs Competition is open to readers with an Australian postal address only. Entries close 11:59pm Sydney time Sunday 9 December. Winner will be announced on this post on Monday 10 December and contacted by email. If there is no response within 48 hours from time of email, prize will be re-drawn. Prize includes 1 x Cuisinart Ice Cream Maker in your choice of 7 colours valued at $119 PLUS 1x Brookfarm Delights Hamper in choice of regular or gluten free valued at $70. You can earn multiple entries by completing some of the other tasks.

Good luck!


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119 Responses to WIN a Cuisinart Ice Cream Maker + a Brookfarm Delights Hamper (CLOSED)

  1. Jessica says:

    The first flavour I would make would be a fresh mango and coconut to celebrate summer, YUM!

  2. Sonia El-Sheikh says:

    Yummmm! I love ice cream!!

    I would make a caramel nutty flavoured ice cream 🙂

  3. Amy says:

    Maple & Walnut!

  4. terry wedding says:

    i would make salted caramel icecream with choc bits

  5. Kitty says:

    Strawberry and balsamic! Perfect combination of sweet and sour.

  6. Dee Westley says:

    The first ice cream flavour I would try would be mango as my daughter just cannot get enough of mangoes…lol. And maybe incorporate some muesli into it too. Yummo

  7. Susan says:

    I would make vanilla with chocolate chips for my kids! And actually one of my favourite combos is vanilla ice cream with muesli. Glad to know I’m not the only one who likes that!

  8. Carolyn says:

    I make my own muesli and enjoy it with greek yoghurt and honey.

  9. Cecilia Bell says:

    I would make mint with choc-chips, it’s my not so secret obsession!

  10. Pistachio, would be my first choice.

  11. Evelyn says:

    Making good ol’ fashioned vanilla! And I love Bircher muesli, especially during summer.

  12. Ray Penney says:

    I am diabetic, so the first Icecream flavor I would make is an old time favorite “Chocolate”, without sugar or very little of course.

  13. Lisa says:

    To go with our tropical/hawaiian christmas theme this year I think I would have to make a pineapple coconut & lime gelato… very yum and very refreshing!

  14. I would love to make muesli! I had it in Germany and it has been on my bucket list to make! I’d eat it in the morning!!

  15. Tricia says:


  16. Jessie Hay says:

    I like my muesli raw and unsweetened with skim milk.

  17. John says:

    The first ice cream i’d make would be Jaffa. I used to have it once a week with my mother as a child, but alas, it is no longer readily available.

    As for muesli, i love my Brookfarm toasted cranberry muesli atop some really good quality Greek yoghurt. Simply divine.

  18. i would have to make chocolate icecream. a favourite.

  19. Blueberry cream ice cream! Sounds fantastic!

  20. Brad Russell says:

    Love the look of those muesli yoghurt pops!

  21. Patricia says:

    This first ice cream flavour i would make, would be Chocolate and Peanut butter.

  22. Renata says:

    Definitely my favorite fruit strawberry!

  23. tracy wedding says:

    peppermint choc chip

  24. Jodie says:

    I would definitely make Peppermint Choc Chip, oh my i’m drooling just thinking about it 🙂
    Good Luck everyone!

  25. Kim Lyons says:

    Peanut butter ripple!!

  26. Helgarh says:

    A favourite is macadamia and coffee ice cream

  27. Gina says:

    I would make peppermint to celebrate the start of December!

  28. Tina says:

    I would definitely make Vietnamese coffee icecream flavour 🙂

  29. S Armstrong says:

    I think I’d have a go at making Bailey’s flavoured icecream – yummo

  30. rsmacaalay says:

    Theres a new Filipino ice cream flavour called Mangga and Bagoong after the famous street food. Basically it is mango flavoured ice cream topped with fermented shrimp paste. Bold flavours but this tastes really good, the saltiness of shrimp paste cuts really well into the sweet and sour flavours of mangoes

  31. Georgina says:

    I would attempt to make a rosemary and olive oil flavoured icecream

  32. Laura says:

    salt + caramel + butter + icecream = my kind of heaven! Everywhere in Italy seemed to have salted caramel gelato, and since coming home, I have found it disappointingly lacking salt and caramel in icecream 🙁

  33. The first ice cream flavour I’d make would definitely be Malaysian style teh tarik ice cream! I saw this recipe once and have always wondered how good it’ll taste. *ponders* Hmmmm… yum! And next would be green tea ice cream.

  34. symanthaanne says:

    It’s summer and no perfect time for a refreshing Rose Water and Mint ice cream. 🙂

  35. muppy says:

    i make my own toasted muesli enjoyed with natural yoghurt, mmmmmm

  36. mzmumma81 says:

    choco-licious chocolate with choc chip

  37. Macadamia Nut ice cream would be what I make , Go down a treat on our 40 deg+ days .

  38. Kate says:

    Mmm Muesli…

    I find the best way to have muesli is with some high quality natural yoghurt, a tablespoon of chia seeds and some fresh fruit. My favourite combination of fruits in my morning muesli is blueberries, freshly sliced banana and a quartered strawberry. Divine!

  39. Debbie Jennings says:

    I’ve got a Dulce de Leche Recipe I am dying to try,

  40. Nicola says:

    I recently went to The Channon markets in NSW and picked up some lovely macadamia nuts – so how about lemon myrtle and macadamia nut ice cream with macadamia praline sprinkled on top?

  41. Momoko says:

    Mixed berries 😉

  42. Katarina Habjan says:

    Fruit ice cream something like blueberries.

  43. Justine says:

    Toast and Marmalade Icecream !!!!

  44. Linda Bullard says:

    I would love to make a rum, dark chocolate and raisin ice cream first. Then I would try various fruits for icecreams and gelatos!

  45. Tasha says:

    Strawberry and toasted coconut ice cream !

  46. Su says:

    I like my muesli with some creamy greek yogurt with just a drizzle of honey topped with coconut flakes.

  47. Alicia Basa says:

    I would whip up burnt caramel and bourbon ice cream …. yummmmmm!

  48. Narelle Rock says:

    I would have to make a mango ice-cream, fresh, summery and perfect for those warm days sitting by the pool!

  49. Millie A says:

    Nothing beats vanilla ice cream with real vanilla pods, organic cream and milk …yum! You can have it straight or dressed up with strawberries and balsamic vinegar.

  50. Winston says:

    Peppermint ice cream. It’s, by far, my favorite and I can never find it.

  51. I love that photo! I already have an ice cream maker.. two actually so I don’t need one. Just wanted you to know how much I liked the picture. 🙂

  52. Bec B says:

    I’d like to make peppermint choc-chip but i’m sure I’d be out-voted in my house and my children and husband would like chocolate!

  53. Coconut milk, banana & cinnamon!

  54. Ooh I’ve been waiting for this to come up! First ice cream I would make is Pumpkin with Candied Pecans – I’m most definitely blending the Aussie summer with America-land holiday food ;D

  55. Michael Ward says:

    I’d like to try making a salted caramel, since the girlfriend really loves that flavour it might get me in the good books for a change 😛

  56. Lynn Davis says:

    I would make Vanilla Bean ice cream … I can almost taste it!

  57. Aerin says:

    Oh, how CUTE are those icecream makers! Of course, it’s 40 deg. outside here, but I could still go for a delicious frozen pumpkin treat!

  58. Terri says:

    I would make pumpkin ice cream, so seasonal right now!!!

  59. Claire Orr says:

    I’d love to see how my cookie dough worked into ice-cream

  60. Bettina Voss (Loeffler) says:

    Raspberry. So easy and delicious. Always a hit with friends and family.

  61. meg says:

    Coffee Oreo. Hands down my favorite from a local ice cream shop, & mashing oreos into store bought ice cream just isn’t the same.

  62. Ashley says:

    I would absolutely make some sort of Amaretto ice cream first. Soooo good. ♥ Or murasaki imo (purple Okinawan sweet potato, a flavor which I’ve found, on occasion, in Japan but never in the US). They grow in my parents’ garden, but I’ve never seen it as an ice cream flavor stateside!

  63. Natasha says:

    I would love to try a Chai Tea flavoured ice cream first go!

  64. linda Hynson says:

    Love to try making a mango ice cream:-)

  65. Rebel says:

    My favourite icecream is kaffir lime and coconut, so that is what I would make…perfect to cool the tastebuds after a screaming hot Pad Prik StirFry…best summer dish ever!

  66. Margaret says:

    I’ve had my eye on the pink Cuisinart ice cream maker for a few weeks and I’d definitely start with a dairy free ice cream based on coconut milk, with added fresh dates and caramelised banana.

  67. Roanne Lo says:

    it’d have to be earl grey and mint sorbet. traditionally served back in the victorian days, this sorbet is just so refreshing!!

  68. Angie Boylan says:

    Definitely mango and cream ice cream for me, but I’m sure the kids would demand chocolate and cookie dough!

  69. The mangoes on my tree will be ripe very soon so perfect timing to make mango icecream.

  70. First Ice cream flavor I would make is Dark Chocolate fudge. yummmmmmmmmmm!

  71. bakerbynature says:

    I’d be all over making a salted caramel flavor!

  72. Tracy says:

    The first ice cream I’d attempt to make would be chocolate coffee flavour ice cream, makes me want some just thinking about it.

  73. Crissouli says:

    It would have to be mango and toasted almonds, topped with a dribble of Irish Cream… wickedly delicious!

  74. jbmarigold says:

    I would embark on my quest to replicate the magnificent PEACH AND CHAMPAGNE ice cream I had once in Rome… haven’t found it anywhere since.

  75. i would make mixed berries as the fruit would be beautiful in it

  76. megan grace says:

    i saw your post for the rum and raisen and my partner is in love with this flavour (nodding his head in the background for me to make this ! LOL) so i would have to make this first, followed by a boysenberry swirl , i have never made ice cream before so this would so much fun with the kids

  77. Rosemary says:

    I love unusual fruit icecreams…rhubarb, blood orange, gooseberry etc

  78. Leelee says:

    I would make vanilla first following the instructions in the book because I am compulsive like that :0) BUT then I would try my hand at making some chocolate icecream with cherries and coconut or apricot and honey macadamia – there was a shop near us that sold the apricot one when I was growing up – yum!

  79. Fran says:

    I love my muesli with the freshest local raspberries, dollops of the best local vanilla yoghurt and just a dash of milk. Breakfast or dessert – either way it’s just divine!

  80. Mango is my favourite summer fruit. Mango ice-cream would be refreshingly delicious!

  81. the first ice cream I would make would be a new one I recently concocted as a smoothie.. then decided it made perfect sense frozen… its made with a pina colada type mix or fruit purees and juices and your fave almond milk… 1/2 ratio with a 1/2 tsp fresh nutmeg.. it is awesome if I do say so myself!
    Cathy B pbprojecthope at yahoo dot com

  82. I love banana flavoured icecream but can only get it from shops that sell it by the cone so would definately make it

  83. Biljana L says:

    Reading your recipe for rum and raisin icecream has left me salivating, definitely rum and raisin!

  84. Casey McAllister says:

    The first ice cream I would make would be Turkish rose syrup with cardamom and pistachios.

  85. Chloe says:

    Hi Martyna, the first ice cream flavour I would make is green tea 🙂 🙂 Thank you 🙂

  86. ROBYN LITTLE says:

    The best ice-cream I EVER had was pistachio ice-cream in Pisa Italy and was reminded of it today watching Global Village Visions of Italy on SBS On Demand. And now the question of which ice-cream I would make first – has to be pistachio of course!


  87. Rebecca Bird says:

    It would have to be mango! I love mango ice cream!

  88. sarah says:

    the first flavour I would make would be caramel mmm

  89. Aulia Alyda says:

    the first flavour I would make is vanilla ginger. It would be like cold outside and warminside 🙂

  90. Honey and Caramel Popcorn Ice Cream 😀

  91. I would love to make a chai and pumpkin flavored ice cream! I think the flavors would go so well together!

  92. Izabela says:

    My first flavour would be: chocolate+Baileys+roasted almonds 🙂

  93. Lauren says:

    The first ice cream flavor I would make would be salted caramel ice cream! Yum!

  94. I’ve been craving toasted coconut ice cream so that would be my first flavor to make! 🙂

  95. Jade O'shea says:

    Peanut butter and Chocolate. The most heavenly combination!

  96. Ross says:

    Vanilla… because I always like to start with the basics

  97. Trina Bassula says:

    I love my muesli with LOTS of vanilla yoghurt!!! yummy!!

  98. Amber Boyce says:

    Definately would try making Mango and Passionfruit Ice Cream first – perfect for summer 🙂

  99. Michelle says:

    Salted Caramel ice cream would be divine!

  100. Huaning Wang says:

    I would make some cool mint basil sorbet. 🙂

  101. Fernanda says:

    I would make rocky road ice cream 🙂

  102. Louis says:

    I’d make vanilla bean ice cream.

  103. rachael luczynski says:

    oooh id make lychee and coconut mmmm delicious

  104. Magdalena says:

    Mint ice cream…. love, love, love them!!!

  105. I would be making Mint Choc Chip. Delicious!

  106. Letecia says:

    Real vanilla ice-cream……mmmm!

  107. I am in love with these icecream makers.. I can see if I owned one, that it would be working non-stop all summer! We have some berry bushes producing abundantly at the moment, so I’d make a “berries and cream” icecream first of all 🙂
    (Natalie Blanch)

  108. Rachael Rowberry says:

    I would make a Rocky Road ice-cream. Marshmallows/chocolate and cherry’s and some pistachio nuts, might even chuck some crushed left over candy canes into it for the mint flavour 🙂

  109. celine says:

    Chocolate would be my first one – simple but oh so good!

  110. Andrea says:

    I would do zabaglione!! Amazing with almonds or strawberries!!!!

  111. Cheryl W. says:

    First flavor I would make would be egg nog ice cream.

  112. Zhuoran.C says:

    Always wanted to make an avocado ice cream, yum!

  113. Ophelia says:

    I love muesli either on its own (if it’s REALLY good), or made into a parfait with – if winter, warm poached apples and yoghurt with sultanas; if summer – mangoes, every kind of berry I can lay my hands on, and dried cranberries.

  114. Bettina V says:

    Was the winner ever announced?

  115. Helen Jane says:

    Making Rum and Raisin ice cream