Sunday, November 22, 2009


Enjoy porridge season with Mornflake.

I have a selection of 9 Mornflake cereals to give away in a lovely hessian shopper. The prize includes oats favourites, as well as Mornflake Extra Crispy Mueslis, Mornflake Very Berry Oatbran Flakes, the original Mornflake Oatbran Flakes and Mornflake Oatbran - a smoother hot cereal alternative to porridge, for sprinkling on cereals and salads, soups and casseroles and baking use in muffins, scones, pancakes, waffles and biscuits. One of the highest sources of beta-glucan – oatbran is the soluble fibre absorbed into the bloodstream that helps remove cholesterol.

To be in with a chance all you have to do is answer two simple questions:

1. Where are Mornflake oat cereals made?
2. What is the name of the family who have milled for 14 generations and still make Mornflake oat cereals today?

Please note: This competition will end at midnight on Sunday, 29th November 2009.
The competition is open to UK Residents only.
The winner will be chosen by random.
The prize contents are subject to availability.

Please pop back to see if you are the winner and let me have your email details, I can then arrange for your prize to be sent to you.

With porridge season now well and truly underway - for those of you who don’t partake in this healthiest of breakfasts all year round - what better way to start the day than with one of the Mornflake range of oats made by the UK’s oldest milling experts.

Milled in Cheshire since 1675 by the Lea family, Mornflake cereals are made from the finest quality British oats and milled in a special way perfected by 14 generations of the same family to create the renowned delicious taste and texture.

Choose from Mornflake SuperFast Oats – milled to retain natural taste and texture for the creamiest hot porridge and chopped for a quicker start to the day – also great for baking use or Mornflake Superfast Oats with 20% added bran – mixed with wheatbran. Other favourites include Mornflake Organic Oats, organically grown and packed with nutritional goodness and complex carbohydrates for slow energy release to keep you going until lunchtime which are also available as Mornflake Organic Oats2Go microwave sachets for an instantly nutritious breakfast from sachet to bowl in 3 minutes.

Look out for the special promotional packs of Mornflake Organic Oats and Mornflake Superfast Oats on shelf until the end of the year offering a bakeware set from The Jane Asher Home Baking Collection at the special price of £9.99+p&p (normally on sale for £25). The promotional packs will also feature a series of exclusive recipes developed Jane Asher for Mornflake and which include Oat and Apple Traybake, Squidgy Oat Cake and Oat Scones.


James said...

I used mornflakes to make my last batch of granola. Very nice!

Lucie said...

Hello Margaret - great competition. I love porridge, especially with double cream and irish whiskey on a cold night:)

1) Cheshire
2) The Lea Family

I shall keep my fingers crossed. Thanks, Lucie

Janice said...

Hi Margaret

Do you want us to post the answers on here?

Margaret said...

Janice - Yes!

Janice said...

Okay, thanks for the quick response!

1. Lea Family
2. Swettenham Mill, near Congleton, Cheshire.

Thanks for the chance to take part in this competition.

Janice said...

Uh oh, did I put those round the wrong way? I think it's getting too late at night for me lol!

Juliana said...

Sorry, never heard of Mornflakes :-(

Margaret said...

Sent via email from John Owens.

Mornflake cereals are made in Cheshire at North Western Mills in Crewe.

The family who produce them are the Lea family.

Joby said...

1.North Western Mills
Crewe, Cheshire
2 The Lea family

Thanks for the opportunity, I love Mornflakes, so tasty, its amazing to read about the Lea family, 14 generations successfully working.Wow thats definitely a family tradition to be proud of.

nipitinthebud said...

Hi Margaret, thanks for your kind compliments on my cordials. How lucky that I popped over to have a nosy around your kitchen in time to enter your very generous competition. We fuel our day with oats in porridge or muesli but none so tasty looking as these and what heritage - 14 generations of milling! It'd be like chewing on a little piece of British history!

So the answers to your questions...

made in...Crewe (North Western Mills)
made by ...the Lea family
(how lovely to hear their audio story)

MunchKim said...

1. Crewe

2. The Lea family

Lindsay said...

I too like Mornflake oats and think porridge is the best way to start the day!!

The answers to the questions
1. Mornflake oats are produced in Crewe, Cheshire

2. 14 generations have and still are producing them,

ali991 said...

The answers are:

1. Crewe, Cheshire
2 The Lea family

suzanne said...

1. Crewe
2 The Lea family

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