Win half a dozen Cakepops from Dees Cakepops! Closing date 20th July 2014.

(16 Posts)
LocalEditorSheffield Sun 15-Jun-14 21:45:16

Do you like cake? Of course you do! Dees cakepops have kindly offered to donate half a dozen cakepops as a prize to one lucky Mumsnetter. All you have to do to be in with a chance of winning is answer the following question on the thread below:

Who is commonly believed (perhaps mistakenly) to have said the phrase "let them eat cake" on learning the peasants had no bread?

a) Marie Antoinette
b) Madonna
c) The Queen

Terms and conditions: the prize is half a dozen cakepops as detailed above. The closing dates is midnight on the 20th July. The winner will be chosen at random There is no cash alternative available.

NurseMorag Mon 16-Jun-14 14:45:27

a) Marie Antoinette

skyhighgirl Fri 20-Jun-14 16:15:56

A) Marie Antoinette

treebeard Fri 20-Jun-14 16:25:04


BubblingBlancmange Fri 20-Jun-14 16:32:18

a) Marie Antoinette

DoodleAlley Fri 20-Jun-14 16:49:25

A) Marie Antoinette

IAmTheMob Fri 20-Jun-14 19:46:40


chickywiggle Fri 20-Jun-14 20:49:53

A) Marie Antoinette cakepops are a fab idea, never got round to making them yet.

Sparklezz Sat 21-Jun-14 11:15:45

The answer i think is A.

cakebutbetter Sat 21-Jun-14 17:32:03

The answer is Marie Antoinette.
I've never tried a cake pop, but I'm guessing that like my nickname its cake-but-better, hope I win so I can find out smile

LESuffolk&Norfolk Sun 22-Jun-14 00:51:50

Marie Antoinette smile

cassidaisious Fri 11-Jul-14 22:22:14

Marie Antoinette. Thank you!xx

Jenni2legs Fri 18-Jul-14 10:34:02

a). Marie Antoinette

ANGIE1999 Sat 19-Jul-14 14:39:57

Marie Antoinette x

LocalEditorSheffield Tue 22-Jul-14 18:41:57

And the winner is treebeard. Congratulations, I will pm you.

treebeard Mon 28-Jul-14 12:33:18

Thankyou for the cake pops. They arrived Friday and were a big hit.

The flavours were very interesting, from chocolate and blueberry to bubblegum and green tea. Conventional DC1 went for chocolate but DC2 and 3 loved the green tea!

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