Win $75 or one of 2 $50 gift cards! – CLOSED

This giveaway is complete, but don’t worry we always have more! Plus some exclusive ones oin our Facebook Group.

Winner of $75 – Renata
Winner of 1 $50 gift card – Debbie
Winner of 1 $50 gift card – Rachel

(We do not publish surnames due to privacy and will wait until winners claim their prizes then share their winning tips and surnames with permission. If winners don’t claim, new winners are selected.)

As promised, for anyone who signed up to ING with our code, we’d give away the referral bonus of $75AUD we got (by the way, if you want $75 free, sign up for a new ING Everyday account, use the code CNW116 and follow the steps to get it). On top of that, we are giving away not one, but TWO $50 egift cards which the winners can select to come from a variety of stores including Big W, Caltex, David Jones, Dan Murphy’s, Amazon (UK, CAD or US), Rebel Sport or Cellar Masters.

If you like freebies, don’t forget to check out this list of cash bonuses, sign up discounts and VIP clubs plus this list of birthday freebies.

Entry is easy, simply tell us in 100 words or less what food you commonly have leftover and what you do with it. E.g. leftover soup gets turned into risotto or leftover roast becomes pasta bake. You can enter in the widget below. Share it with anyone you think would be interested. The more entries we have, the more we can do giveaways like this!

This is a game of skill, not chance. Entries close 30th of September and the winner will be announced within 3 days. Full terms and conditions, along with ways to enter are in the Rafflecopter widget below.

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9 thoughts on “Win $75 or one of 2 $50 gift cards! – CLOSED

  1. Leftover Spag Bol sauce – add a tin of kidney beans and some taco seasoning mix, and layer it with burrito wraps/grated cheese/sour cream into a ‘pie’ and bake. Super fast and yummy dinner.

  2. I used to throw away all of the leftover veggies; tops and tails, peelings etc. Now I keep these and freeze until I have enough to make my own delicious veggie stock. Frugal and nutritious to then add to other dishes like soups, rice, other grains, curries etc.

  3. It’s no surprise;
    Kids eat with their eyes;
    Leftover roast chicken;
    Easy to prepare in the kitchen;
    Tossed with yoghurt and vegies;
    Rolled up in a wrap is sure to please;
    Better than sausage rolls and pies

  4. I use leftover hamburger patties and those extra few leftover lasagne sheets that always seem to be hanging around to make meatball puzzle soup. I fry an onion and garlic, add a jar of passage and some stock and cook the broken up lasagne sheets in this liquid and then throw in the cut up hamburger patties (like meatballs). The kids loved the idea of the lasagne pieces being a ‘puzzle’.

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