Tuesday, 16 October 2012

Kelly’s of Cornwall competition

One lucky winner will win five tubs of Kelly's ice cream (well vouchers to take themselves to the shop and pick their own!).  



This is a very luxurious ice cream with lovely indulgent flavours, which you could happily scoff in one sitting!  



So to help you really savour the experience you can team up their Cornish ice cream with a pudding recipe of your own for a chance to win a year’s supply of ice cream (now that’s more like it!).  You can enter your suggestion on their website.  The deadline for entries is the 2nd November 2012.


There is some recipe inspiration on there too, so that might get your creative juices flowing to come up with something truly amazing!  But me, I am quite happy to eat it on its own… straight out of the tub!

To enter leave a comment below by the 22nd of October saying how you like to eat your Kelly's ice cream.  Whilst I am off to day dream about Kelly's Clotted Cream and Golden Syrup!!!

140 comments:

  1. With lots of toffee sauce :-) x

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  2. With aunt bessies hot apple crumble or with a giant spoon and nothing else its heaven xxzz

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  3. i love Cornish ive cream with a spoon of clotted cream on top served with hot fudge cake

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  4. With hot cherries - heavenly!

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  5. With warmed cornflake tart!! (naughty but yummy!)

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  6. just as it is, straight from the tub

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  7. In a banana split with all the trimmings :-)

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  8. With a teaspoon so it last's longer! With a dash of chocolate sauce and a flicker of mint! mmmm xx

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  9. I like to eat Kelly's Ice Cream with warm apple pie- so that the ice cream melts around the pie... yum

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  10. Catherine McAlinden17 October 2012 at 01:01

    With chocolate fudge cake and whipped cream

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  11. With the kids watching a film - and with some apple crumble too!


    @ashlallan

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  12. I love to eat Kellys ice cream alone, I mean by itself so nothing interferes with the wonderful flavour. I usually sneak a bit out of the freezer when no-one is looking and microwave it for a few seconds so its a little softer.

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  13. taste so good ,dont have to mix it with anything else

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  14. kelly's clotted cream cornish with a big slice of ginger cake. Devine

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  15. I love it on its own,just a big bowlful! :)

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  16. Lovely with some apple crumble mmm

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  17. I eat Kellys ice cream, with raspberry topping and a flake mmmmm

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  18. perfect alone but ideal with crumbles or a nice sticky parkin cake

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  19. Covered in Nutella! :P Yum!

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  20. I like to eat Kelly's icecream with a chocolate tart.
    @ maisietoo

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  21. chocolate and toffee sauce

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  22. all alone with a smooshie dvd & extra chocolate to add to the icecream :)

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  23. With chocolate sauce and strawberries x

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  24. I love it over hot apple pie , yummy

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  25. With Strawberries,With Apple Pie,With Anything and Everything

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  26. with bananas and hot chocolate sauce

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  27. with bananas and hot chocolate sauce

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  28. chocolate sauce or raspberry sauce

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  29. With a nice, home-made blackberry pie. Yum!

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  30. I like Ice-cream with a slice of maderia or angel cake :-)

    @MrsWebster147

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  31. with pancakes, lemon & golden syrup

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  32. Over warm chocolate fudge cake.

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  33. With Apple Pie Yum Yum !!

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  34. Nothing compares to clotted cream ice cream with a nice, hot crumble.

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  35. On a warm Treacle Tart - or just on it's own!

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  36. with my homemade rhubarb crumble cake

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  37. gabrielle svensson18 October 2012 at 10:00

    with a warm chocolate brownie

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  38. I love it on his own to really enjoy the taste

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  39. With warm chocolate brownies and some hot fudge sauce. Yummy

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  40. On hot apple and strawberry pie - mmmm!

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  41. with srawberries in summer and crumble the rest of the year

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  42. It has to be with sticky toffee pudding! Nom nom nom

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  43. On raspberry and apple crumble - although the chocolate brownie suggestion has me craving that now!

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  44. covered in chocolate sauce, pink sprinkles and with a flake!

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  45. I like to eat my Kelly's ice cream with a sprinkling of Scottish Tablet; or with a side order of Milky Jelly..... Or on it's own :-)

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  46. I would have mine hot with apple or rhubarb crumble.

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  47. With warm melt in the middle chocolate puddings :)

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  48. Straight out of the tub, sharing it with my little girl :)

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  49. Either with chocolate sauce or hot choc fudge cake

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  50. Straight out of the tub

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  51. deep fried with raspberry coulis!

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  52. Strawberry Jelly and Ice cream :)

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  53. sitting in a field in the hot sunshine

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  54. with crumble

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  55. with Apple and blackberry crumble made from ingredients that me and the kids have collected from my mums orchard mmmmm

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  56. I like chopping up a Snickers bar into tiny pieces and topping my Kelly's Ice cream

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  57. oooh yum, love to eat it with my Dads secret recipe hot butterscotch sauce

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  58. in a giant bowl on its own :)

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  59. With crushed Crunchie bars stirred into it - yummy!

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  60. Put a scoop of ice cream in a meringue nest and top with black cherry pie filling with a swirl of squirty cream.

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  61. In a glass of coke just like when i was a kid.

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  62. With hot apple pie

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  63. Got to be apple and blackberry crumble

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  64. With warm pecan pie

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  65. I love to eat it with jelly and a dollop of clotted cream - grown up party food yumm

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  66. WIth raspberries and meringue

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  67. with hot apple pie

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  68. With rhubarb crumble!

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  69. Hmmm either hot choco brownies or apple crumble :) x

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  70. Patricia Edwards21 October 2012 at 08:46

    With fresh fruit salad

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  71. I always eat it straight out of the tub, sharing with my husband... when he lets me(!).

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  72. just on its own, it needs nothing else

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  73. I love to eat Ice Cream with hot chocolate fudge cake!

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  74. 2 scoops of Kelly's ice cream rolled up in pancake with homemade hot chocolate sauce poured around it is my naughty and seriously delicious treat.

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  75. With a slice of fresh cream sponge!

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  76. Andrew Halliwell21 October 2012 at 13:28

    With a slice of apple pie

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  77. With hot apple pie and custard so that it all melts x

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  78. With a warm slice of chocolate fudge cake!

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  79. With some of my home-grown Warner's King cooking apples - baked whole with a filling of sultanas and golden syrup and brown sugar!

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  80. With crumbled meringues, fresh strawberries and clotted cream - delicious!

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  81. fruit please! Especially fresh British strawberries or a warm nectarine baked with a little bit of cinnamon and vanilla!!! Deeeeelish!!!

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  82. with hot chocolate sauce please

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  83. with hot choc sauce

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  84. Homemade scotch pancakes with a spoonful of Kellys Cornish ice cream.

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  85. perfect contrasting with a hot apple strudle - i love it

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  86. with a lovely hot homemade apple or rhubard crumble!

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  87. On warm plum crumble - delicious

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  88. sharon mcguinness21 October 2012 at 21:37

    I absolutely love warm chocolate fudge cake with a huge dollop of vanilla Kelly's ice cream..............what a dream!!

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  89. i like it with raspberry syrup.

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  90. love to eat it out the tub when im watching a dvd :-)

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  91. Just on its own, me the spoon and my clotted cream ice cream....

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  92. I LOVE MINE WITH HOME BAKED RHUBARB & APPLE SPONGE CAKE! VERY YUMMY & DELICIOUS! ALWAYS TURNS FROWN UPSIDE DOWN!!!

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  93. I'm a purisist and ice cream should be eaten on its own so you can savour its fabulous flavour without distraction

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  94. I like to eat your Kelly's ice cream on it's own. Preferably the

    Kelly’s Clotted Cream & Honeycomb flavour

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  95. I like it by the side of a slice of warmed chocolate fudge cake with single cream on top

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  96. with a shot of vodka and shaved dark chocolate

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  97. with a banana and fruit salad and squirty cream

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  98. With hot homemade treacle tart

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  99. with homemade apple pie and caramel sauce yummy!!!

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  100. In a bowl, with sprinkles and american praline maple syrup :)

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  101. Blackberry & Apple Crumble with Honeycomb Ice Cream yum yum

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  102. with some strawberries wrapped in a pancake

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  103. With freshly picked blackberries :) Yummy!

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  104. with a dollop of peanut butter!

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  105. I love to eat it with fresh strawberries!

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  106. Naked...the ice cream that is, with no sauces or toppings!

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  107. ooh, in a cone with chocolate sauce!

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  108. with a small spoon so it lasts longer!

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  109. with a hot, home made apple pie

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  110. With a piece of warmed caramel shortcake

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  111. me myself and i

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  112. With chocolate sauce on it! Yummz!

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  113. With a warm chocolate brownie!

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  114. With Warm treacle tart

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