8 February 2017

Win a Mr Kipling Bou-Cake + Hamper

February, the month that everyone associates with love, with February 14th being home to Valentine's Day. With the big day less than a week away, I have a sweet treat for you that would be hard for even Cupid to beat and the perfect way to celebrate the big day.

Sweet Treats for Valentine's Day with Mr Kipling
Sweet Treats for Valentine's Day with Mr Kipling
Sweet Treats for Valentine's Day with Mr Kipling
Sweet Treats for Valentine's Day with Mr Kipling

Mr Kipling is one of those brands everyone has grown up with, always there to satisfy your sweet tooth on special occasions, or even just a sneaky treat when you fancy something a bit more special. To celebrate Valentine's Day, Mr Kipling has given the packaging of the most popular sweet treats in the range a makeover fit for Aphrodite herself, with a pink theme and a sprinkling of love hearts. Not only has the packaging had a makeover, but each has a lovely bespoke message for you to share with your loved ones and make them feel really special this Valentine's Day.

The Valentine's Day limited edition range includes the classic Bramley Apple Pies, Cherry Bakewells, Viennese Whirls, Mini Battenbergs, French Fancies and Country Slices. The special Valentine's Day packaging with their lovely bespoke messages are only available for a limited time, so make sure you snap them up in time for next week, available at all major supermarkets nationwide until mid-February.

I have been treated to my very own special Valentine's Day gift from Mr Kipling, with the arrival of an incredible bou-cake; 20 stunning pink roses nestled in among a delicious array of Mr Kipling Cherry Bakewells, Mini Battenbergs and French Fancies alongside a Mr Kipling hamper including all of the limited edition Valentine's Day treats on offer. I'm sure you'll agree, my bouquet is a sight for sore eyes and has definitely left me in the Valentine's Day spirit!

The lovely team at Mr Kipling have been super generous to offer one of my lovely readers the chance to win their very own Mr Kipling Bou-Cake and Hamper. Entering is super simple, just fill out the RaffleCopter below - and make sure you read each entry carefully before completing it to make sure you have entered corrected - and the winner will be contacted on Friday to arrange delivery ready for Valentine's Day! You can enter for yourself, enter for your partner or enter for a friend, an easy way to spread a little love on this special day.

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Terms & Conditions: Giveaway is open to UK entrant only. Entrants must be 18 or above. This giveaway will end on Friday February 10th 2017. Entry options will be monitored and false entries will be removed; please ensure you read each option carefully to make sure you are entering properly. The giveaway prize has been provided by Mr Kipling.

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118 comments

  1. We tend to celebrate our anniversary rather than Valentine's Day but always lovely to get the chance to express your love

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  2. We're not a fan - we don't need a reason to be romantic. I think it's more special on a different day!

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  3. I think it's nice to make some time for each other, but that should be done whenever you can but I don't think it's the big deal that the supermarkets try to make it.

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  4. Love valentines day,it shows how much you love and appreciate that special person

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  5. I think the day is all about celebrating love with those we love whether they are partners, children or family members! At the mo I am single but will still celebrate the day by treating myself to some rose wine and treatin my kids to their favourite takeaway!

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  6. I'm single so I treat myself to a takeaway & film This Mr Kipling Flowers & Cakes Bouquet would make my fay perfect :) x

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  7. In my heart of hearts I know it's just a money-making scheme - but at the same time I think it's always nice to have an excuse to show your loved ones that you love them (and a good excuse for a drink!) Elizabeth Hinds

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  8. always a special day for us as our Daughter was born on a Valentine's Day.

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  9. Nice excuse for romance we reckon ๐Ÿ˜€

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  10. its nice to have a bit of romance and also a very nice meal

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  11. That is the cutest bouquet I have ever seen! So much want!

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  12. The bou-cake looks amazing!!

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  13. I like to celebrate valentines day :)

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  14. Any excuse to receive pressies, drink wine and be spoilt is just fine by me lol. Fab giveaway. Fingers crossed x

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  15. Any excuse to receive pressies, drink wine and be spoilt is just fine by me lol. Fab giveaway. Fingers crossed x

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  16. It's lovely but it has become over marketed - twitter - @susanhoggett

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  17. i think it a lovely way to remind you to show the person you love how much you care

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  18. I think its a lovely day, I don't agree with spending lots of money but I don't think you need to to make it special.

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  19. I love the excuse to be romantic, but my husband's not as keen!

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  20. I used to enjoy Valentine's Day but after having children it's very hard to fit in any romance!!

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  21. i think it is a good excuse to be all lovey dovey, but it can be quite expensive!

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  22. I'm not the biggest fan but there are worse things than showing someone you love them one day a year!

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  23. I think everything is much more expensive on Valentine's Day. Anyway we can go out for a romantic meal anytime.

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  24. I think it's a great excuse to be romantic

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  25. Any excuse to show someone how much you love them can't be a bad thing

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  26. TBH, I'm sort of inbetween. Every day is Valentine's Day, so 14th Feb is nice, but it's not that special.

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  27. My birthday is valentines day so we don't tend to celebrate it

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  28. I much prefer a spontaneous gift or date at different times of the year, and it doesn't cost as much either!

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  29. I think its nice to let people know you love them!

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  30. I think it's lovely and an excuse to spend quality time together so it's all good :)

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  31. I like it as its nice to make time for each other which can be difficult when you've got children

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  32. I love it, it gives us a chance to appreciate each other as husband and wife rather than mam and dad

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  33. I love it but my partner doesn't ๐Ÿ˜ข

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  34. I like the excuse. Once you have kids you can forget to spend that special time together and lose sight of what's important as a couple not just as parents. At least one day a year you can be reminded of that and have an excuse to lump the kids on a willing babysitter and spend time with each other. :)

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  35. i am not romantic but will happily betaken out for a meal

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  36. I like it I think it is a chance for people to spoil each other and show visibly that they love each other xx

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  37. It's a nice idea but I think you should show your partner that you love them everyday you're together and not just one day a year!

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  38. Anything that gets people thinking more about those we love has to be a good thing doesn't it? As long as we don't fall into the trap of too much commercialisation of the idea it's great...but to paraphrase a well known Xmas saying remember 'LOVE is not just for Valentine's' x ;)

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  39. I don't like it really, I think you should love and do things for people you love everyday

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  40. I love it, we celebrate our love all the time but why not make it extra special on Valentines day! You dont have to spend a small fortune!

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  41. I'd love to win this, we never do anything for Valentine's Day - romance is a bit lacking since having babies! And I also wanted to say that the photography for this post is lovely :)

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  42. I love my husband all year round and have my feet firmly on the ground but if he wants to spoil me with chocolates and cake - I will accept it gracefully make no mistake

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  43. We don't really celebrate Valentine's Day because we love each other every single day, not just February 14th.

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  44. I think it's a bit of a money spinner but I do enjoy being spolit!!

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  45. I think its been too hyped up, the idea behind it is really nice but i can't stand the whole 'buy buy buy' hype that it has been turned into by retailers.

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  46. We celebrate our love for one another but do not go over the top.

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  47. I really like it! It's a fun excuse to do something together :)

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  48. LOVE it ~ something to look forward to before Easter! ;)

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  49. I think it's old news and a money making excercise, I try to be romantic every day of the year

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  50. It's ok I suppose, once you have been with someone for a long time it gets a bit samey!

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  51. I love it, Me and my partner dont get much time to ourselves with 3 children and work so its nice to have a day that we both make time for each other :)

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  52. I love it but my husbands not really into it.

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  53. not really in to it,but I just like the excuse to be soppy

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  54. I'm not really into it - I think it just makes people spend money!

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  55. I love Valentines Day, but unfortunately my hubby isn't very romantic!

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  56. I really don't like Valentines day, it feels so contrived makes me wanna vom!

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  57. valentine's day is just too commercial - don't need one day to show my hubby i love him! but weirdly i still expect some flowers haha

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  58. We dont really buy into it, dont do anything special, i pick me up some daffodils in with the shopping, and i'm happy, i'd rather just cook a nice tea and enjoy family time x

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  59. i would rather be spontaneous about romance than just be forced for one day to be honest x

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  60. We celebrated when we were first dating but now we have been married for 11 years we rarely bother and treat each other all year with romantic gestures :)

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  61. I think it is rather nice at the beginning of a relationship, but as the years go on a definate money spinner.

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  62. It's a lovely sentiment, treated sincerely by most, albeit heavily commercialised nowadays :)

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  63. I'm not really a Valentines Day person, I think there are lots of other days in the year to show your loved ones you care - however, I am a person that loves flowers and cakes...... so I'd LOVE to win, Valentines Day aside! ;) xx

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  64. I think it's just too commercialised nowdays, so I'm not a big fan. I am a romantic person and my husband is too: we love treating each other often but we don't have to wait till valentines day to be nice to each other

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  65. It is far too commercial! My partner shows me love throughtout the year x

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  66. Any excuse for romance I say ๐Ÿ˜

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  67. We don't really celebrate it, so no cards or presents I think it's lovely to surprise each other with something nice now and again or have a romantic meal out but it doesn't have to be on Valentines Day

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  68. I think it's a lovely idea but too commercialised these days so we tend to stay in and have a meal indoors and go out other nights through the year to celebrate being together

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  69. This prize is fab! I like the idea of Valentines day but it's just become a total rip off. We celebrate by having a takeaway and a cuddle on the sofa :)

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  70. We love spending time together especially when we can be all romantic

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  71. I think it's old now and should be phased out, it's getting too expensive for people and can put a strain on some people.

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  72. I do love Valentine's Day and in all honesty it doesn't have to be all about spending a fortune and going to fancy restaurants. There is nothing nicer than planning a nice romantic night in, with a home-cooked meal, glass of wine and snuggling on the sofa watching a film.

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  73. We love it. We don't spend money on presents but we always have a lovely meal at home .....our favourite place :)

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  74. I think it should be shown everyday not just one day a year

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  75. I think it should be shown everyday not just one day a year

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  76. We love it. We make the chance to be together but don't spend much

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  77. Not a fan, work for a huge flower company so it has lost its magic

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  78. I think it's just a money-making scheme

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  79. I dislike it its too commercialised

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  80. I think it's nice I like our traditional all dates throughout the year. When you get to 63 you tend to make more of it lol

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  81. It's nice to do little things for each other but we don't get caught up in the hype and spend a fortune!

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  82. I always say I don't need a day where my husband tells me he loves me or a bit of tat I just know, that being said if he came home with cakes I wouldn't say no

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  83. It's fun to make a special effort & mark the day. Doesn't have to cost. I really don't like being in a restaurant with other couples๐Ÿ˜ฃ

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  84. Me and my partner don't celebrate it anymore, it's a money making scheme. We don't need a day to express our love when we do that all the time x

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  85. Me and my partner don't celebrate it anymore, it's a money making scheme. We don't need a day to express our love when we do that all the time x

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  86. love the yearly look forward toos always get a card and pressie from hubby the gorgeous items and bouquets in the shops always so beautiful definatley brighten the stores up anyway

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  87. I like Valentines day it is a good excuse to get a take away! ;) My partner and I don't bother giving each other cards we just enjoy fine food.

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  88. I think it's a nice occasion to get each other a sweet card and a small gift, but if my partner didn't want to celebrate it I wouldn't be offended

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  89. We don't do Valentines Day. We make sure we spend time together on our own once at least once a month

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  90. I'm not really fussed about it!

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  91. too commercial feels forced romance

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  92. i actually like that there is such a thing as valentines day although never like too much hype about anything. We often use it as a chance to do something nice together as a family with the kids too.

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  93. Love Valentines day abit of fun to to have a day just for you both

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  94. I don't make a fuss about it however, any excuse to eat cake is awesome ....

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  95. I quite like it but don't always celebrate it, sometimes so busy with other things x

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  96. I guess a bit of both really. We don't make a fuss and do something low key. Use it as an excuse to buy each other chocolate which is always a good thing!!

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  97. I think valentines day is good to show your partner how much you love them although show a bit more on valentines day to make the day special

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  98. I love it any excuse for sharing the love and joy, there's to much doom and gloom in the world so one day a year why not share the love

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  99. I quite like valentines day, we don't go over the top but its a nice excuse to get a babysitter and go on a date night.

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  100. I think valentine's is a lot of commercial rubbish

    Lynsey Buchanan

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  101. My partner and I don't fuss over it really we used to but since having children we don't hardly get time for us to even get a night off.

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  102. i love it as i love a bit of romance and this is one day I know i can rely on each year from my husband

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  103. it's nice to get a card but o more of a big deal than that.

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  104. I think valentines day is a way to express your love for each other that little bit more that no matter what you get each other its always the thought that counts even if it's just a card x

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  105. I like Valentines day but we dont go all out like we use to when we was young we do go out for a meal and he still buys me chocs ☺

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  106. I like valentines day but I dont agree with spending lots of cash its the little things _im hoping for breakie in bed :)

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  107. I think it's a commercialised waste of money to be honest - i think you should celebrate the one you love every day rather than once a year

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  108. I love Valentines day, but i think it has become very expensive, my husband will not pay the money for flowers, but i always get a bouquet after

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  109. I love Valentine's Day, it's a day where you can stop and appreciate each other as lovers and not just mum and dad.

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  110. Small tokens, leave bigger reactions !!!

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  111. We dont really bother with valentines. We show love all the time

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  112. We've been together over 30 years so don't make a big deal of it, especially as our anniversary is just a couple of weeks later

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