Review & Giveaway: Say ‘No’ to spaghetti & ‘Yes’ to courgetti with the Kilner Spiralizer jar!
If you’re a regular reader, you’ll know how much I love organising. When I’m not organising Mr T. and the kids, I can while away hours browsing for storage ideas on Pinterest to keep my shelves and cupboards tidy. No wonder I was delighted when Kilner, creators of the original storage jar, asked me to try out the latest addition to the Kilner range, the Kilner Spiralizer Jar.
Celebrating 175 years of Kilner.
This year marks Kilner’s 175th anniversary of producing high-quality glass jars. To celebrate the occasion, the designers at Kilner have produced a new 175th Anniversary Jar, which reflects the styling and finish of John Kilner’s original patented vacuum seal jar. Kilner’s original jar revolutionised the way in which food could be made and stored.
Although Kilner’s simple but effective vacuum seal system is still used today, the company’s designs have continued to evolve and move with the times. One of the newest additions to its range, The Kilner Spiralizer Jar is a perfect example of how Kilner has continued to keep pace with current lifestyle trends.
The Kilner® Spiralizer Jar, (£10-£15).
Using the Kilner Spiralizer Jar.
Check out Kilner’s short video to see the Spiralizer in action:
Please note: Do not pour boiling water directly into your jars/bottles.
Review: Kilner Spiralizer Jar.
The Kilner Spiralizer comes in a pretty printed gift box, which is a nice touch. The box contains:
1 piece spiralizer cutting disk
1 piece spiralizer screw band
Printed gift box
Having a manual spiralizer in the lid so you can feed the spiralized vegetables directly into a glass storage container is such a simple but practical idea, minimising mess and washing up. The Kilner Spiralizer is dishwasher safe too.
As with our much-used mini-food processor/smoothie maker, the Kilner Spiralizer jar provides another simple way to encourage us to eat healthily. Plus, it turns ordinary vegetables into a much more colourful and appealing meal.
I think the Kilner Spiralizer is a winner. There’s beauty in its simplicity. It’s a great value way to spiralize your veggies, offering a healthy alternative to pasta. Plus, it puts the fun back into vegetables for the kids.
The best bit about Kilner’s Spiralizer Jar is rather than buying a bulkier, more expensive electronic spiralizer, you can join in the spiralizing craze with minimal investment. What’s more, because the spiralizer comes with a spare Kilner lid, you can use the pretty 1-litre glass jar for storage when it’s not in use.
Win a Kilner Spiralizer Jar.
The lovely folks at Kilner are offering one of my readers the chance to win a fabulous Kilner Spiralizer Jar (rrp. £15). For your chance to win, simply enter the Rafflecopter Giveaway below:
Competition terms and conditions:
1. There is one Kilner Spiralizer Jar available for one winner.
2. This prize draw will be drawn at random, and is open to entrants aged 18 or over residing in the UK.
3. Up to 6 entries per person. All are compulsory methods of entry.
4. Maflingo.com retains the right to change the competition if necessary.
5. The prize is not transferable and there is no cash alternative.
6. If the winners do not contact me within one week, I will redraw another winner at random.
7. Entries must be received by 11.59pm on 19th March 2017.
8. The winners will be chosen at random and notified by email on or after 20th March 2017.
This competition is listed on the loquax.com website.
For more information about the Kilner Spiralizer Jar and other products in the Kilner Range, visit the Kilner website:
Over to you.
Have you tried spiralizing vegetables as an alternative to pasta? Have you got a manual or electronic spiralizer at home? As always, I’d love to hear from you.
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I was sent a Kilner Spiralizer Jar and 175th Anniversary jar for the purposes of this review. As always, all words and opinions are my own honest assessment.
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