Wednesday, 16 April 2014

Mini Bagels by New York Bakery - Review

New York Bakery Mini Plain BagelsI can’t resist buying mini versions of food. Not only do they have fewer calories, they're just so cute! Naturally, when I spotted these mini bagels from the New York Bakery, I had to buy some.

There are three varieties to choose from: Wholemeal & Wheat, Plain or Cinnamon & Raisin.

I was pleased to see the inclusion of a wholemeal variety, but they all looked so tempting, I ended up buying one of each.

Wednesday, 9 April 2014

Kingsmill Mini Toasts Review

Kingsmill mini toasts sea salt and balsamic vinegarKingsmill have introduced a new addition to their expanding range.  They already have breads, rolls, flatbreads and pancakes to name a few. But now they're entering the snack market with 'Kingsmill Mini Toasts'.

Kingsmill’s Mini Toasts are baked rather than fried, and contain 93 or 94 calories per bag depending on which flavour you buy.

Tuesday, 1 April 2014

Weetabix Banana Review

Weetabix banana pack 24sI often buy Weetabix for my children. However, I generally stick with the plain varieties and NOT the chocolate ones. I can’t contemplate giving them chocolate for breakfast.

But, I did deviate this week from my usual purchase when I saw a new variety called ‘Weetabix Banana’.


Thursday, 27 March 2014

Galaxy Light Style Instant Hot Chocolate Review

There is an explosion of new hot chocolate drinks on the supermarket shelves. They’re coming from all the main players including Cadbury, Options and Galaxy. The problem is, they’re all so high in sugar which of course means calories.

Even Options, well known for their wide and delicious range of 40 calorie hot drinks, has decided to join the high cal, high sugar brigade with their luxurious range. It seems that the whole ‘cutting down on sugar’ idea just isn't catching on to some manufacturers!

Monday, 24 March 2014

Hermesetas Stevia Sweet Sweetener Review

Hermesetas Stevia Sweet sweetener sachetsWhile browsing around my local health food store recently, I saw Hermesetas had a ‘new improved formula’ selection of their sweetener called SteviaSweet. I’ve purchased Hermesetas SteviaSweet Tablets before, but this time I opted to try out the sachets.

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