Just in time for the new school year and end of the school holidays we have once again been sent over a lovely surprise Degustabox.
My children were very intrigued by all the cakes and biscuits this month, starting with the Dr Oetker mug cakes which we got 3 of. They are really simple. Tip the packet into a cup and add water and here is what happens after a few minutes in the microwave.
The Bahlsen biscuits always go down a treat in this house and this month we found both Choco Leibniz white & Pick Up dark chocolate packs £3.48.
Still sticking with cakes and sweet stuff is a brownie mix from Delicious Alchemy which also happens to be gluten free. These are really easy to make and just need butter, eggs and 20 minutes in the oven to make these.
Finally for the sweet treats is a brand I am fairly familiar with through blogging. It’s Walkers Shortbread. These are mini snack packs in several varieties. Just perfect for kids. £2.00
Ryan is drinking one of the Life Tonic drinks (£1.49). There is Williamson Ginger tea (£4.00) which is combined with real ginger pieces. The final picture shows drinks from Little Miracles & Scheckters. I enjoyed the fizzy fruit Scheckters but not so keen on the Little miracles as its green tea.
Finally some savoury products. – Ryvita is something that most people should be familiar with. It’s crispbreas infused with either cracked black pepper or sesame. £2.88
I have really loved my box this month. So many different things to try.
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