Wednesday, 22 April 2015

Degustabox - March Box

This is a good few weeks overdue, my bad. But I couldn’t resist sharing this wonderful Degustabox with you. Hands down my favourite one yet.

march degustabox

Jordans Granola - £3.69

I was really pleased when I fond this in the box. It is a lighter version of Granola with 30% less fat. It reminds me of Special K Red Berries but better, I love it!

Juiceburst - £1.25 each

Two of these were in the box, a cranberry juice and one of their Skinny Juices, Mango and Lime. I was more interested in the skinny juice, it tasted so yummy. IMG_4365

BBQue - £3.99

I was very intrigued by this when I found it in the box, I would say it is very industrial looking, in so many words. A very heavy black bottle that turned out to be barbecue sauce. In the box was the original one which is a Bavarian delicacy with cranberries, beer, honey and apples. Ideal for barbecues, marinades and dips, of which I will be doing all 3 in this lovely weather we’ve been having.

Lindt - 2 x £2

Obviously this box was themed around Easter so in the box were 2 bags of the Lindt Assorted Mini Eggs. Now I love Lindt just as much as the next person, the chocolate is so smooth, but I only really ate the milk chocolate mini eggs. I’m really not a fan of dark chocolate and I’ll only eat white chocolate if I’m desperate! I just don’t see the point in it!degustabox sweets

Jelly Babies Berry Mix - £1.48

Did Degustabox know that berry flavoured sweets are my favourite? I haven’t eaten these yet, I’m saving them for Centerparcs, but there’s no doubt I will like them! I haven’t always liked jelly babies but as I’ve gotten older I don’t mind the texture of them! So it’s all ok!

Sour Patch Kids - £1

Best thing ever! I love sour sweets too much! Again, I’m saving these for Centerparcs as it would seem we’re spending the whole weekend eating junk food!

Crabbie’s Alcoholic Fruits - 2 x £1.50

I got Black Cherry and Raspberry + Rhubarb, again not flavours I would necessarily choose but hey, this box is all about trying new things. The Black Cherry is delicious and I’m yet to try the Raspberry + Rhubarb. I would say that these are worth the money! They have been made up with 10% natural fruit juice and contain no artificial colours or flavourings. Winning!

Kent’s Kitchen Posh Noodles - £1.75

I had this as a lunch 10 minutes after the box arrived! Other Kent’sKitchen products I’ve tried have been great but this one was so not for me! It was bland and just outright unappetising.kents kitchen posh noodles

Natvia - £2

This is a very intriguing product that I wish I had already used so I could say what it was actually like. This is an alternative to artificial sweeteners and sugar and it has zero calories. Sounds great right? 1 tsp of sugar can be swapped for 1 tsp of Natvia. I’ll let you know what it is like when I finally get around to trying it.

Brioche Pasquier Baked Bread Bites - 2 x 50p

These are baked french bread bites in bacon flavour. Each bag is under 90 calories, then again they are tiny 20g bags. They are low in saturated fat and free from artificial colours, flavours and preservatives. These are absolutely delicious and I will definitely be buying some more when they launch in stores.

bread bites

In total, all of these products come to £24.41 which is one of the best value boxes I have ever gotten so I’m really pleased with that! And I like the majority of the products, so for a fussy eater that’s great as well! Roll on the next box.


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