Tuesday, 29 November 2016

Koko Dairy Free Original Coconut Yogurt Review

Koko Dairy Free Coconut Yogurt Plain OriginalKoko have greatly expanded their range of dairy free coconut alternatives. In addition to their original coconut milk, they now sell a range of flavoured coconut milks, coconut based dairy free spread, virgin coconut oil and coconut yogurts.

I use Koko’s dairy free light and original coconut milk for recipes and making matcha tea so I was interested to find out what their new coconut yogurt would taste like. It’s described as ‘A dairy free, soya free alternative to yogurt made with coconut milk and yogurt cultures'.

The first thing I do when checking nutrition labels is look for the calories. For this yogurt it's 79 calories per 100g, which is similar to regular full fat natural yogurt.

Wednesday, 23 November 2016

Quaker Oats Super Goodness Grains Porridge Review

Quaker Oats Super Goodness Super Grains Original PorridgeJust in time for the cold winter months when many of us like to start the day with a hot breakfast, here’s yet another new offering from Quaker Oats.

This quick and easy to make porridge is called ‘Super Goodness’ and is available in a box of 10 sachets. The porridge contains a mix of wholegrain oats, red quinoa, flaxseed and barley. There’s absolutely no added sugar, and each sachet made with water contains just 114 calories.

Tuesday, 15 November 2016

Hippeas Organic Chickpea Puffs Snack Review

Hippeas Sweet n Smokin Chickpea snackThe first I learnt about this new snack was an eye catching advert in the ‘Healthy’ magazine by Holland & Barrett. Such a cute name – Hippeas!

This snack is described as ‘Organic chickpea snacks which are high in fibre, low in calories, organic, gluten free, and a source of protein'. Plus they have just 91 calories per serving.

Sunday, 6 November 2016

Battle of the Energy Balls! Bounce vs Deliciously Ella

Take a stroll around any health food store and you’re bound to have noticed the presence of Bounce energy balls. Until very recently, Bounce were unique, deviating from the usual rectangular shaped snack bar by going spherical.

But now Bounce has competition – a rival from blogger, Deliciously Ella.


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