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As you know, we ran a Halloween baking competition where our MummyPages mums had to create and photograph a recipe using Smarties or mini Smarties.  We were overwhelmed with the number of entries and your creativity - you guys are a very talented bunch.  You can view all of the entries here
 
It's been tough, but the judges have made their final decision. The winners of our weekend away breaks are: 
 
 
Sarah O'Connell for her Smarties Spiderweb Brownie Pie
 
Sarah wins the family break to include two nights B&B plus one evening meal at Sheraton Athlone Hotel for 2 adults and 2 kids.
 
 
 
Chrissy MacNeill for her Halloween Blood Buns
 
Chrissy wins two nights bed and breakfast plus 1 dinner for two people at The Oriel House Hotel & Spa, Ballincollig, Cork. 
 
 
 
Melanie Hughes Fox for her Chocolate Smarties Mummies
 
Melanie wins two nights deluxe accommodation for two people with super buffet breakfast, including afternoon tea for two in the Ballroom Lounge on one evening.
 
Runners up prizes:
Nestlé were so impressed with all of the entries that each runner up will receive a runners up prize of a case of Nestlé Mini Smarties.  If you entered and didn't win a weekend away, consider yourself a runner up.   
 
We will be in touch with you all to arrange delivery - please allow up to 28 days for delivery. 
 
Thank you for taking the time to enter this competition - more great baking competitions coming soon. 

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