Giveaway: Win 20 Micro Pies From The New Holland’s Pies Range

Can you believe we are almost in May?

No, nor could I when I had to pull on my wellies and Winter coat for a refreshing hike yesterday… refreshing being the operative word. We experienced sunshine, rain, hail, thunder, snow and then more sun again, all on the same day and there was only one thing for it… comfort food!

Thankfully I have several Holland’s pies in my freezer, which take 3-4 minutes to cook from frozen in the microwave, so my go to was the Cheese and Onion Bigger Chippy Pie. Available from a chippy near you, these pies are now packed with 25% more filling… something that was definitely needed yesterday!

Holland’s Pies really are offering consumers more at the moment… hot on the tails of the recently launched Micro 2 Go Slices, not only do the Chippy pies contain 25% more filling, but there has been another new pie range launch!

Micro Pies Giveaway

All hail the Micro Pie – convenient, delicious, even crispier and offer the same oven baked taste – available in two scrumptious flavours. The Chicken, Leek & Bacon Micro Pie includes tasty British & Irish chicken, sliced leeks and smoked bacon, seasoned with pepper, parsley and thyme, in a creamy sauce, baked in Holland’s new microwavable shortcrust pastry. The Steak & Ale Micro Pie includes slow cooked tender prime steak in a light ale gravy, baked in Holland’s microwavable shortcrust pastry.

Available in over 400 Tesco stores around the UK, you can pick up the individually packaged Micro Pies from the frozen section for a RRP of £1.50. The susceptor packaging technology allows the pack to crisp the pastry during the cooking process creating an oven-baked taste in just four minutes… perfect for those who are hungry!

To celebrate the launch, Holland’s Pies and Sim’s Life have teamed up to offer viewers the chance to win 10 Micro Pie of each flavour… a total of 20 pies to fill your freezer! Simply enter using the Gleam entry form below and answer the question by leaving a blog comment below…

For more chances to win Holland’s Pies, hop over to the Manchester Mummy giveaway to win Micro Pies too! Good luck!

Micro Pies Giveaway

Giveaway ends at midnight on Sunday 14th April 2017.
One winning entry will be drawn at random by Gleam.
The winner will be notified within 48 hours of the giveaway ending.
The winner will receive 20 x Micro Pies.
Open to UK residents only.
The prize is non-refundable and no cash alternative will be offered.


    • S1m says:

      Thank you for your entry, but please can I remind you that if you do not answer the question correctly then this comment will not count as a valid entry.

  1. MM says:

    Sunday Roast Pie – could do a range, but basically a roast dinner in a pie with gravy – and mint sauce/apple sauce/cranberry sauce depending on the type of roast meat.
    It would be a winner (well, with me anyway!).

  2. Tracy Nixon says:

    Beef Yorkshire Pudding Pie and it would have roast beef, Yorkshire pudding, gravy and whole grain mustard as the filling!

  3. Solange says:

    It would be called ‘Shut Your Pie Hole’ and would be meaty chicken and tender vegetables in a flaky butter crust.

  4. Cherry Edwards says:

    It would be called the Miss Cherry Pie ( mystery pie but my name is Cherry so it’s Miss Cherry! )and it would have either steak, red wine and onion or chicken and Sage and onion stuffing with gravy inside but you wouldn’t know which until you bit into it, hence the mystery.

  5. Debbie W says:

    It would be brie, cranberry and big chunks of turkey and gammon in flaky pastry. Possibly a slug of white wine in the gravy.

  6. A Flannery says:

    I would make ‘Scrumptious Steak and Ale’ pie using local ingredients and ale from our local brewery … yummy!

  7. Kathleen marsden says:

    I’m Northern and have eaten Hollands Pies since The year dot and I’m now nearly 60. I love them and so do all my family. Keep up the good work.

  8. Kathleen marsden says:

    By the way forgot to say in my excitement that I would make a fish pie for a change. Smoked cod and salmon

  9. Lynda Jones says:

    My pie would be called the Gorgeous Gravy * Beef Pie, I do think the gravy is very important to the pie as well as the meat With my pie you would know exactly what you are getting

  10. Carole E says:

    I would make a sweet pie of strawberries, blueberries, raspberries and thick cream and call it a ‘Summer Pie’

  11. Michelle Chapman says:

    cauliflower, sweet potato and extra cheese pie with black pepper and I would call it the veggie hotpot extravaganza

  12. susan hoggett says:

    I would invent an Italian Escape pie with chicken, mushroom and smoked pancetta cubes in a creamy sauce containing mozzarella, parmesan, and pesto.

  13. Katrina Fox says:

    African Peanut Pie- a take on my favourite soup, tomato base with chilli, ginger and peanut butter. It really works!

  14. Lorraine Langham says:

    I would put turkey, leek and a creamy white sauce in my pie. I would name it Paul’s Signature Pie (after our pet chicken Paul – hence the meat being turkey rather than chicken!)

  15. mari sutherland says:

    The range would be Pietastic! and for starters I would do a cottage pie with sweet potato and feta topping

  16. Lorna Ledger says:

    LAD pie (lorna, Abigail Dave pie – our family) it would have chorizo, cheese sauce, chicken, mushrooms, onions and bacon – ooooh yes!

  17. Sharon Williams says:

    I’d have to have a haggis beeps and tattie pie to remind me of home. I’d have to call it Haneeta after the fillings

  18. Andrea Upton says:

    I like cheese so my pie would have to have lots of cheese in it and I would call it Cheese and more cheese

  19. Ema J Lowe says:

    I would love to see toad in the hole pie. pastry on the outside with a Yorkshire pudding inside with chopped up sausages and onion. Would call is sausage surprise.

  20. Linda Ford says:

    We would create the Fordy pie, it would contain bitesize pieces of beef steak in gravy with green beans!

  21. Emily Hutchinson says:

    Cheese, potato, pea and corned beef. I’d call it the Emily Pie as it would just be cool to have a pie named after me!

  22. elizabeth philip says:

    My pie would be “BeefStu” I was called Beef as a kid and partner is Stu so we have been known as BeefStu lol. It would be a nice stewy beef pie with mature cheese in it and sweet onions.
    I have never has a micro pie before, sound good 🙂

  23. Rose Janes says:

    My pie would be called Rosie’s beef surprise. Chunky beef with rich onion sauce layered with tasty cheddar and then crisp puff pastry.

  24. Sarah Ann says:

    I’d love to invent a pie that contained goats cheese, olives, sundried tomatoes and spinach. It’s all ‘Greek Delight’

  25. matt allison says:

    Mince, gravy, peas and carrots, shortcrust pastry and cheesy mash topping for a “I-Spy a cottage pie”

  26. Joanne Casey says:

    I’d love turkey, cranberry & stuffing, I know its a Christmas filling but it just tastes so good!

  27. Carly Belsey says:

    Melted chocolate and fudge pie – a sweet one – different but yummy. I have a very sweet tooth lol. It would be called Chocolicious Fudge Pie

  28. Joanne smith says:

    I would call it “American pie” and it could be filled with various flavours from around the states, eg chicken with a southern fried crumb

  29. Lauren Stebbings says:

    Mine would be chicken, bacon and chorizo and it would be called the Chickizo pie. Did consider ‘funky chicken’ but that just sounds like it’s gone off ha ha!

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