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The Official Hartley's squeezy jam feedback thread - plus a chance to win another £100 or a spa day/ spa vouchers worth £250 (even if you didn't test the jam)

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carriemumsnet (MNHQ) Fri 03-Jul-09 23:40:20

The long awaited and much requested feedback thread for the Hartley's squeezy jam testers is here Hopefully you've all had the chance to test your jam by now. All you have to do to be in with a chance of winning £150 is to post your feedback here - the questions are below.

Whether you're a tester or not you could also be in with a chance of winning another £100 if you post your fave jammy recipe on Mumsnet recipes and then post the link/url for your recipe on this thread - so if you're the mumsnetter who makes a mean swiss roll -for example - you'd post it like this swiss roll - ideally with your name on the recipe so we know who to give the prize to grin

Finally if you fancy a spa trip to The Sanctuary in Covent Garden or £250 of spa vouchers all you need to do is check out the Hartley's squeezy jam microsite and answer an easy peasy jammy squeezy question.

And now here are the questions Hartley's would like the testers to answer.. over to you

1. What other jam flavours would your kids and their friends like, and what would they really turn their noses up at?

2. What fun, ingenious uses are there for empty Squeezy bottles?

3 What's your most creative recipe using jam? (this is where you post on Mumsnet recipes)

4. Is Squeezy easier to use than jars for you and your kids?

Thanks and good luck
MNHQ

serenity Sun 02-Aug-09 23:53:01

1. What other jam flavours would your kids and their friends like, and what would they really turn their noses up at? Raspberry, wouldn't like anything orangey

2. What fun, ingenious uses are there for empty Squeezy bottles? DD used it in the bath, does that count?

3 What's your most creative recipe using jam? (this is where you post on Mumsnet recipes) Don't really have one - use it in butterfly cakes, put jam in before the butter icing (a lot easier with this than trying to scrape it off a teaspoon!)

4. Is Squeezy easier to use than jars for you and your kids? Yes...DCs managed to do their own toast and pancakes without leaving globs of sticky jam for me to discover later in the day.

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