Win £50 of goodies for National Vegetarian Week!

Happy Vegetarian Week!

Fancy winning an awesome YumBox and a bunch of Organic Goodies? Join me in celebrating National Vegetarian Week by taking part in my snack box brainstorm and you could win a little bundle for your little one, worth £50.

My Hungry Little Veggie loves her new YumBox and is forever munching on her favourite packs of Goodies Gingerbread Men biscuits (which she affectionately refers to as ‘teddy biscuits’.)

I (the food provider) am constantly striving to think up healthy, fun and vegetarian meals for her lunch or snack box.

National Vegetarian Week is organised by the Vegetarian Society and aims to share and promote yummy vegetarian food and vegetarian living. Join me by entering my snack box challenge.

To inspire you to take part, the lucky winner will receive a YumBox worth £24.99 and a selection of Organix Goodies worth £25.

All you have to do is enter with the below and you get a chance of winning! Look forward to all your ideas…

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Competition terms and conditions:

  1. Entry is open to UK residents aged 18 and over, excluding anyone professionally associated with Hungry Little Veggie, YumBox or Organic.
  2. Only one entry per person.
  3. The prize will only be delivered to addresses within the UK.
  4. No responsibility is accepted for entries which are lost, corrupted, incomplete or for any failure to capture entry information. Use of false details will result in disqualification. The entry must be made by the person entering the competition – entries sent through third parties, agencies or by automated means (such as scripts and macros) will not be accepted.
  5. The prize is non-transferable and there is no cash alternative.
  6. The prize draw starts at 12.00am GMT on 18th May 2015 and closes at 12.00am GMT on 24th May 2015.
  7. Entry for competitions must be received by the stated closing date. All entries received after this date will not be counted.
  8. Hungry Little Veggie reserves the right to amend the competition end date at any time.
  9. Entry is free and must be made by commenting on this blog post. Entrants can gain bonus entries by visiting Hungry Little Veggie on facebook, @hungrylittleveg on Twitter.
  10. Incorrectly completed entries will be disqualified.
  11. The name of the winner will be published on this website within 7 days of the competition closing.
  12. The competition winner must come forward to claim their prize. In the event of a prize going unclaimed for more than 28 days after notification, Hungry Little Veggie may, at its discretion, declare the prize unclaimed and no longer valid, and draw a new winner. An unclaimed prize may not be awarded.
  13. It is the responsibility of entrants to notify Hungry Little Veggie of any change of contact details.
  14. Proof of identity may be required.
  15. Hungry Little Veggie’s decision on all matters is final and binding on all entrants. No correspondence will be entered into.
  16. Hungry Little Veggie reserves the right to suspend, cancel or modify the prize draw at any time (and for any reason) without notice.
  17. If the advertised prize is not available, Hungry Little Veggie reserves the right to offer an alternative prize of equal or greater value. The payment of all costs and expenses involved in claiming a prize are the responsibility of the winner.
  18. By taking part in this competition you agree to be bound by the competition terms and conditions.
  19. Hungry Little Veggie reserves the right to disqualify any entrant and / or winner in its discretion and without any notice in accordance with these terms and conditions.
  20. Once the winner has been selected at random using Rafflecopter, I will inform Organic and YumBox of the winner’s name and address, they will then send on the prize. Hungry Little Veggie will not be held responsible for prizes being lost in the post or arriving late.
  21. Hungry Little Veggie shall not be responsible for damages, losses or liabilities of any kind, including without limitation, direct, indirect or consequential loss or damages arising out of or in relation to the prize draw. Nothing in this condition shall limit or exclude liability for death or personal injury as a result of Hungry Little Veggie negligence.


  1. Maria P says

    My daughter loves slightly steamed carrot sticks with a few drops of fresh lemon juice – healthy, easy to prepare and tastes good :)

  2. Melanie Daniels says

    I’ve started putting dried mango into my daughters lunch box for a sweet treat. She loves it and it’s nice and healthy too.

  3. Susan B says

    Make a little parcel of half a (drained) sun-dried tomato wrapped around a cube of feta. Tasty, inexpensive and it doesn’t go soggy like sandwiches.

  4. Lisa Evans says

    Oatcakes with peanut butter or carrots and cucumber sticks with hummus. My kids also love olives and feta!!

  5. Anna says

    My kids love a cheese dip (mix cream cheese with a small amount of onion soup powder) with chopped carrot sticks, celery and a few crisps to dip in

  6. Elaine Savage says

    home-baked vegetable crisps go down very well and can be made less greasy and salty than shop-bought ones

  7. says

    Pizza parcels

    Pizza dough
    Choose your favourite toppings
    Use a rolling pin to flatten these ingredients (it will make it easier to cut later on)
    Roll it up
    And tadaa, an all in one easy to eat pizza parcel!

  8. Alice Matthews says

    Wholemeal ryvitas topped with thinly sliced tomato, a little torn basil and 15g grated cheese (I use a vegan cheese). pop under the grill until the cheese melts.

  9. EMMA WALTERS says

    we grow peas in the garden, my boys love it when i put a few pea pods in their lunchbox, sweet enough to eat straight from the pods

  10. Emily Hutchinson says

    Anything in kit form works well, crackers with some toppings they can put together themselves, that sort of thing

  11. Paula Readings says

    Rainbow salad wraps, containing – Raw beetroot, carrots, white cabbage, pear, fresh mint & parsley. Yum.

  12. SophieR says

    Banana Nice Cream
    Freeze some chopped up bananas, leave them to defrost slightly, blend with the addition of water/coconutmilk(milkalternative) or milk until ice cream consistency.
    Kids can make it even more exciting by adding different flavours and goodies.
    IE, Green tea powder, cocoa powder, vanilla bean paste, goji berries or just about anything you can think of !

  13. Nat thomason says

    Catherine wheel sandwiches x spread one slice of bread with the filling roll it up and cut into slices kids seem to prefer it this way

  14. Angie Hoggett says

    whizz some vanilla yoghurt & frozen raspberries in a blender until it resembles ice cream, delicious. Even more delicious with warm chocolate brownies!!

  15. Victoria Prince says

    Carrot and Cucumber Sticks and Apple Slices :) If you get creative you/they can make them into pictures before eating!

  16. Helen Thurston says

    Homemade veggie crisps – made with parsnips, carrot, sweet potato, beetroot. baked in the oven – yummy

  17. Michelle Rayner says

    carrot, pepper, cherry tomatioes and celery sticks with dips and pitta bread strips. Real finger food

  18. Sophie Stewart says

    Dried Apple Slices. Got my son to eat them by telling him they were wrinkly because they were made from grandpa apples :D

  19. Stephanie Whitehouse says

    Sweet corn fritters – make a thick pancake batter and add tinned corn and some chopped parsley, Good as finger food and nice for dipping.

  20. Nancy Bradford says

    I make little “roses” from very thinly sliced carrots (sliced lengthwise) and courgettes. Kids love them.

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