Mrs Tink’s BIGGER than Big 5 Weeks of Christmas Giveaways! Week Three – Wattle Valley

  
Getting my kids to eat healthy is always a challenge especially with Master 6. Finding good nutritious food that he will enjoy eating is always a high priority for me when doing the food shopping. Recently I had the opportunity to review Wholegrain Soft Wraps from Wattle Valley. These delicious wraps are perfect for lunches and are very easy to load up with salad and ham. Master 6 loves eating these wraps as opposed to boring bread and feels very grown up eating a wrap just like his dad. 

  
Speaking of Mr Tink, his favourite wrap is egg, lettuce, ham or chicken, avocado and salad. In fact within 2 days of the wraps entering our house both of the men in my life had devoured them… That’s all 6 wraps! A tasty way to eat a nutritious lunch that is filled with over 48 grams of wholegrains.

Would you like to win a delicious hamper from the team at Wattle Valley crammed with yummy products ? 

To enter simply share with us your favourite healthy meal to eat ? 

  
Our judges will choose their favourite answer and announce a winner on the 22nd of December at 10pm

Winners have 48 hours to claim their prize before redraw.

The giveaways are open to Australian Residents only.

Merry ‘Tinkmas’

Mrs Tink xx

  

 Wattle Valley is a proud Aussie made brand that’s all about producing a wide range of delicious food for any occasion. Feed your family and friends the very best with Wattle Valley’s range of delicious dips, soft wraps, wrap kits, cheeses, waffles and other tasty treats.

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19 thoughts on “Mrs Tink’s BIGGER than Big 5 Weeks of Christmas Giveaways! Week Three – Wattle Valley

  1. Leigh Isabeth says:

    I love nothing better on a summers night than having a fresh lettuce salad with egg, avocado, beetroot, asparagus, Spanish onion and some pineapple. A touch of lite mayo and yum!

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  2. Lynnette bull says:

    Chicken wraps. Easiest way to get my kids to eat healthy. Put it in a wrap and magic….it’s gone. We use strips of chicken, grated carrot, grated zucchini, lettuce, small bit of grated cheese and a mild chilli relish.

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  3. Stacey Kerr says:

    We have a few favourites. Lunch favourite is a chicken wrap with hommus, avocado, cheese, chicken, baby spinach, carrot, solanto tomatoes and any other yummy goodness we have. Dinner its a BLT salad in the thermomix – bacon (not so healthy, but everything in moderation!), lettuce or spinach, solanto tomatoes, corn, feta, rocket, avocado and some grilled chicken with lime dressing – yum yum!

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  4. Leanne Mugridge says:

    With the warmer weather, we’ve been feasting on wraps of all types. We cook up mince and set out a tray of salad options (avocado, tomato, corn, sour cream, tomato, lettuce, and cheese) for our wraps; we cook up souvlaki meat and make our own at home (with lettuce, tomato and tatziki); and we oven bake crumbed fish to have with coleslaw and mayo in a wrap. My teen son loves them. So we’re all huge fans.

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  5. Amara Campbell says:

    I am obsessed with Wattle Valley. So easy to come up with delicious recipe ideas. Hmmm let’s go with a yummy wrap;

    Lightly spread cranberry, ripe Reed avocado spread evenly across whole wrap as thick as you like it, crisp washed baby cos lettuce about a 1/3 of the way into wrap, layer on top shaved turkey breast, grated carrot, thinly sliced cucumber, thinly sliced baby cup mushrooms, sprinkle with classic Persian feta, seaaob to taste and then pull all ingredients into a tight line, wrap smaller end over and tightly roll wrap. Cut in half diagonally. Enjoy!

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