WIN a Mad Millie Italian Home Cheesemaking Kit (CLOSED)

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Love cheese? You will love Mad Millie‘s Cheesemaking Kits. Leave a comment to enter for your chance to WIN Mad Millie’s Italian Cheese Kit valued at $39.95 delivered for free to your door.  {Update: Congratulations to Ilonka B, winner of the giveaway!}

Mad Millie Cheese Making Kit

Mad Millie Cheese Kits come packed with the essential ingredients and tools to make fabulous, homemade cheese. The Italian Cheese Kit that’s up for grabs provides you with everything you need to whip up a few of the Italian favourites, quickly in under an hour! Makes over 10 batches of cheese (approx 6kg in total). Designed to be used in any kitchen. No cheesemaking experience needed! No artificial flavours or preservatives and the rennet included is vegetarian.

The Italian Cheese Kit makes:
Fresh Italian Mozzarella and Bocconcini
Ricotta Salata

The Kit includes:
Small Ricotta Mould with Draining Container,Vegetarian Rennet Tablets (10), Cheese Salt, Cheese Cloth, Citric Acid, Pipette, Calcium Chloride, Steriliser, Stainless Steel Thermometer, Kit Instructions and Recipes.

(CLOSED) Win Your Very Own Mad Millie Italian Cheese Kit

Thanks to Mad Millie, one of these amazing Italian Cheese Kits, valued at $39.95, can be yours!  {Update: Congratulations to Ilonka B, winner of the giveaway!}

Win a Mad Millie Italian Cheese Making Kit

To enter, you MUST:  

1) Leave a comment on this post telling us your favourite usage for mozzarella, ricotta or mascarpone. 2) Register your entry via the Rafflecopter form or link below. Bonus entries can also be earned and will become available once you’ve registered.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Terms: Giveaway is open to readers with an Australian delivery address only and will close at 11:59pm Sydney time on Sunday, 17th November 2013. Winner will be chosen at random, announced on this post and notified by email on Monday 18th November 2013.

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77 Responses to WIN a Mad Millie Italian Home Cheesemaking Kit (CLOSED)

  1. Rusty H says:

    I love using mozzarella when making pizza and ricotta when making lasagna.

  2. Andrea says:

    I love ricotta and spinach homemade crepes topped with a light tomato sauce.
    Mozzarella with a hint of olive oil in a baguette.
    I also love ricotta and walnuts ravioli 🙂
    Re-organizing the menu for tonight!! 🙂

  3. I love to use ricotta as a super easy mid week meal. We just cook some pasta, then stir through ricotta, pine nuts and steamed broccoli. It’s really yummy – and even the kids love it!!

  4. Margot C says:

    I love making Panini sandwiches with Fresh Mozzarella, Olives and Tomato.

    This kit would be SO fantastic. I have always wanted to do this.

  5. sue says:

    fresh mozarella on a toothpick with a cherry tomato & basil leaf. best canape ever!

  6. Denise Taverner says:

    I have a 30 minute meal break as I work from home so I always have cooked pasta in my fridge. Ricotta, bacon, chicken, semi dried tomatoes, chargrilled capsicums, spinach, broccoli, pine nuts, green onions are the staples I use in any combination as a quick, easy and tasty sauce. Plus I an going to have a go at making my own mozzarella on my days off so a cheese making kit would be fabulous.

  7. Julie M says:

    Can’t single out one favourite! Love, love, love ricotta gnocchi and will often make huge batches and store in the freezer for a quick grab meal (just about always have pasta sauce in the fridge on the go!) or stuff cannelloni with ricotta and spinach mmmm.,or lemon ricotta cakes; mozarella on the pizza of course and mascarpone for tiramasu or another favourite, caramelised apple risotto!!!

    • Hi Julie, wow, you have a great assortment of cheesy dishes there! I would love for you to share the caramelised apple risotto recipe with us on Facebook or Instagram (or via contact form if you don’t have either). I will make sure to share it with everyone.

  8. Oh my gosh I have wanted to make cheese for so long – what a wonderful giveaway, thank you for offering this :). I put ricotta in my lasagne alongside the spinach as they make a perfect pairing, and use mozzarella on top for its wonderful melting properties. I have made ricotta before and loved using the whey in my scones.

    2/3 cup mascarpone
    about 1 1/3 cups of soda water to make up to 2 cups of liquid with the marscapone
    3 tablespoons of melted honey
    2 cups self-raising flour
    1 cup wholemeal self-raising flour
    * slowly mix soda water into the mascarpone and beat to make a cream consistency, then add the remainder of the soda water
    * melt the honey in the microwave and add to the liquid
    * pour the liquid onto the flour in a bowl
    * gently mix with a knife
    * flour a work surface and tip out the very soft dough
    * lightly flour the top of the dough and bring together into a ball with your hands
    * pat to 3cm thick
    * cut out shapes
    * place on a tray and bake in a 200C over for about 10-12 minutes

  10. Michelle V says:

    I use ricotta when I make spanakopita. I combine it with feta, spinach, a bit of dill, seasonings, and then put the filling into the puff pasty cases and bake.

  11. Debbie Jennings says:

    I tuck bits of mozzarella into pasta before spooning on sauce….the melting, gooey wonderfulness takes all the dishes to the next level of yum. Thanks so much for the chance at this great giveaway.

  12. Irma says:

    I love using ricotta to make patties and mozzarella for pizza.

  13. Amy says:

    I love spinach and ricotta cannelloni, mozzarella for homemade pizzas, lasagne and nachos now I’m challenging myself to use marscapone!

  14. Wendy Hatton says:

    Ricotta based cheesecakes have my mouth watering. So delicious that practically any flavour will do!

  15. Ilonka Bruce says:

    Would love to make my own cheese – I love to use mozzarella in a green garden salad or on an antipasto platter, ricotta in cannelloni and mascarpone in a mixed berry cheesecake

  16. Vanessa says:

    I make a pumpkin tart that uses a lot of ricotta.. So Yummy! and Ricotta Cheesecakes.. Gozleme
    Oh so many options!

  17. I love using fresh mozz on little homemade pizzas… Mmm there is just nothing better than that, mushrooms and fresh basil. I also like to eat fresh mozz Caprese style! Great! Now I’m hungry.

  18. Vija Leitis says:

    I have always thought about making cheese. I love cheese but always worried about the hygiene aspect. With a kit and step to step guide. I would be ready to take on the challenge

  19. Jayne says:

    Mozzarella is always great when served simply, in my opinion. Just torn into salad or over some margarita pizza.

  20. Angela Murray says:

    Ricotta makes a lovely topping on lasagna! Mozzarella is essential on a pizza, yuuuum!

  21. Sarah Gifford says:

    I love using ricotta & spinach in home made ravioli – devine!

  22. Jim says:

    Ricotta and Vegemite on toast

  23. lozetty says:

    I love making crepes filled with a mix of ricotta, brown sugar and lemon zest

  24. melanie says:

    mozzarella, if my pasta, pizza or lasagna isnt stringy with cheese it aint cheesy enough

  25. Daniela Barbaro says:

    I love making ricotta tartlets,topped with nutmeg…’s heaven

  26. Kylie says:

    Spinach and ricotta ravioli… yummmmm

  27. Alex says:

    Best use for mascarpone is in tiramisu (& then you use the leftovers in a pasta dish – best of both worlds!).

  28. Sue Bou says:

    Ricotta & roasted pumpkin with wild rice and quinoa, such a lovely mix of textures and taste. Yum….. think that’s what I’ll have for dinner 🙂

  29. Benjamin Travia says:

    I love mascarpone in tiramisu.

  30. Melanie Vella says:

    Lasange because it gives it an extra bit of stringy yummy flavour and the whole family enjoys it!

  31. I saw the Mad Millie folks today at the Brisbane Good Food and Wine show and told them I’d seen your giveaway but I hadn’t entered yet because I was late. 🙂

    In my jaffle maker I put two slices of bread, fresh ricotta, sauteed mushrooms, onions and capsicum and mozarella and cook it and then eat it with a side of pasta sauce. I’m in my own little world when I do this. 🙂

  32. Sarah T says:

    I love spinach and ricotta canneloni

  33. AmberB says:

    Ricotta-Stuffed Cherry Tomatoes (with Chives, Olive Oil and Salt & Pepper) – YUM!!

  34. Natalia H says:

    Ricotta and mascarpone are my most favortite cheese for dessert making. They are so versatile! We can almost substitute anything that is cream or sutras based dessert with this two beautiful cheese. I just need to fold through either of them with a bit of whipped cream (or omit this for healthier option), flavoring such as fresh vanilla seeds or cinnamon and icing sugar. And we have our georgeous filling for anything from tartlets, choice pastries, gateaux filling, donut filling, or just eat th as is in beautiful martini cup topped with macerated seasonal fruits 🙂

  35. Amie M says:

    Ricotta cheesecake with mandarin toffee sauce. Salivating as I type….yuuuuuuuummmmmmmm

  36. So many uses for ricotta – I do like to stuff some cherry tomatoes from the garden with ricotta and add a bit of fresh basil.

  37. Tory Huth says:

    I love using mascarpone to make my own icecream. So rich and decadent. Nothing beats it.

  38. Louise L says:

    mozzarella in pizzas
    ricotta with basil in tarts
    Mascarpone with berries in a cheesecake

  39. Michaela says:

    I love using ricotta in italian meatballs. The ricotta makes them light and compliments the herbs perfectly. A favourite dish amongst my family and friends

  40. Mary says:


  41. leebee3 says:

    Delicious fresh ricotta and spinach cannelloni or I love Italian meatballs topped with Mozzarella in the oven. Yum.

  42. Ricotta in my Roasted Tomato and Eggplant Lasagne, delicious, tasty and full of flavour, helped by the basil.

  43. sara says:

    I love to use ricotta mixed with a little honey on crostini – then top with roasted grapes. So good!

  44. Karina W says:

    I love ricotta and spinach cannelloni, sprinkled with mozzarella cheese on top!

  45. mellie jane says:

    Maccaroni cheese show off these cheeses best nothing like the homemade version its deish

  46. catrinam says:

    Making my own spinach and ricotta ravioli is one of the most soul soothing and tasty recipes!

  47. Nicole says:

    so many tasty things I can make! I make mascarpone, ham and basil pizzas, so tasty and moreish!!! there are so many things I could list that I make with each cheese!!!!!

  48. Love a stuffed chicken breast with sun-dried tomato garlic and mozzarella cheese

  49. Falon Downing says:

    I love any of them with spinach!!

  50. Kirsten W says:

    A Mozzarella Ball is my favourite.

  51. Abby Lee says:

    I love making arancini balls using fresh mozzarella

  52. Nancee says:

    I love a tirumisu

  53. Julia Mason says:

    Just cant get over home-made pepperoni pizza, so delish, just cant resist all that mozzarella, lovingly cooked for my me and my fella’

  54. jarree shelverton says:

    I love to make a lemon ricotta and mascarpone cheese cake, its tastes amazing!

  55. Emily Rose says:

    I love using ricotta in baking, especially for pancakes. Ricotta pancakes are perfect with a little lemon zest and juice drizzled on top. Mozzarella is the best cheese to use on pizza, which we often make at home using pita bread, mozzarella cheese, chicken breast, baby spinach, mushroom, pineapple, and BBQ sauce, and a big garden salad to share.

  56. Carolyn Mazzeo says:

    Veal steaks stuffed with Mascarpone, Tomato & Basil…….. delish!!

  57. Maria arganese says:

    Ricotta kisses little balls deeper fried…heaven

  58. Helen Bulpin says:

    Has to be a healthy (?!) tiramisu with ricotta – makes it taste smooth and you can have a second serve knowing that it’s ricotta in there, not cream!

  59. L Conroy says:

    I use marscapone in a pavlova roll recipe, where you make a rectangular flat pavlova, mix marscapone with strawberries marinated in sugar and balsamic vinegar, then spread onto the pavlova, roll up and there you go

  60. Barbara Fehmel says:

    I use “Mascapone” for so many of my delicious summer desserts. also cakes.

  61. tammie says:

    I love to do roasted pumpkin and carrots with ricotta on top to morph with the caramelisation of the gorgeous orange vegetables….then a little sprinkle of cinnamon on top. The kids love it- and it is healthy- what a great way to get calcium into them!

  62. Carolyn Bishop says:

    I use mascarpone in my tiramisu. It has become a Christmas tradition that I make tiramisu for dessert at home for the family dinner and I also make one for our work Christmas party. Yes, I do go through a lot of mascarpone!

  63. Ally says:

    My aunty does an amazing baked ricotta cheesecake. I’m salivating just thinking about it 🙂

  64. I love mozzarella on a pizza with a little BBQ sauce

  65. Crystal McFarlane says:

    Spinach and ricotta pie – pastry, cheese, eggs and spinach – most of my favourite foods

  66. Cecilia Warrick says:

    Love ricotta in cheesecake…my daughter makes one and it’s amazing.

  67. Oozy Mozarella in a fried cheese sandwich is heaven in the mouth. The simplicity is delicious.

  68. spinach and ricotta pie, easy, quick, add salad on the side to make it a meal

  69. molly says:

    honesty I like to eat it straight out of the fridge as a snack!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  70. johanna rees says:

    I like to use Ricotta and Mascarpone to make my own ice-cream, however, this Christmas I’m going to make it into plum pudding ice cream by adding dried fruits and a bit of brandy.

  71. Samantha White says:

    Nothing beats a great cheesecake made with ricotta and mascarpone. Yum!