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We’re excited to announce our latest campaign, #PinkLadyIndoorPursuits, bringing you activities to help spark joy and creativity at a time when many of us are spending more time at home.
Pancakes come in all shapes and sizes. With just a few simple ingredients you can enjoy a perfectly delicate thin crêpe, a rustic style blini or a light and fluffy scotch pancake.
With so much variety, it’s a wonder why we only celebrate one Pancake Day a year. And that’s before we even start thinking about the toppings.
To honour the 45-year Australian heritage of our delicious Pink Lady®apples, at the end of 2019 we offered one lucky Pink Lady® fan the chance to win a seven-day holiday to Australia, including a trip to one of our beautiful Pink Lady® orchards. We are excited to announce the lucky winner of this amazing giveaway!
This month, we welcomed young winners of the Pink Lady® Snap It! competition, to Carousel in London for a bespoke photography workshop, hosted by award-winning photographer David Loftus and snap happy CBBC presenter Barney Harwood.
Here at Pink Lady® HQ, we are interested in what makes our loyal fans feel amazing, and you told us home interiors were one of the things that bring you the most joy.
We wouldn’t be Pink Lady® without our warm, rosy blush. So, to help our fans think about how to inject the colour of the moment into their interiors, we teamed up with some of our favourite influencers to share their top tips on using the colour pink in the home as one of the most sought-after interior design trends.
With the weather turning colder, it’s time to bring indoors the herb planter you put together in the summer. The herbs planted back in the warmer weather can be used to make our delicious Christmas stuffing and stuffed apples recipes, but why not go a step further and use the herbs to create a beautifully aesthetic individual place setting and table centre piece?
Are you a fan of hanging fruit on the Christmas tree as well as your favourite glass decorations? Hanging edible fruit on the Christmas tree has been a popular custom since the 1800s, but in 1850 following a bad harvest in France, a local glassblower was inspired to develop a new way to adorn the tree…
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We have snack time and playtime all in one place! Find healthy recipes and fun activities for your PinKids® to get stuck into.Take a bite