Thursday, 27 November 2014

New Mars Chocolate Products!

yummy mars galaxy chocolate products


Me and the rest of my family got to try out some brand new products from Mars. I was really excited when I opened the box to find lot's of yummy goodies, as you all know how much I love chocolate.

First we tried the Galaxy and Bounty Cookies. They were yummy. We liked the Galaxy ones the most. I don't like coconut and don't like Bounty's but the Bounty cookie was ok. These are sold at Tesco and have a RSP of £1.30 for 4 large cookies. Would definitely buy these again

Mars Galaxy and Bounty Chocolate chip cookies

Mars Galaxy Chocolate chip cookies

Aaron eating his Galaxy cookie


And Caitlin eating hers.


The Milky Way Magic Stars come in a pack of 10 and are priced at £1.00. These were very yummy too. I like the Galaxy cookie best, and so did my husband and eldest son, Ryan. But Caitlin and Aaron preferred the Magic stars cookies.

The Mars Cake Bars come in packs of 5, so perfect for us as there is 5 of us. We all liked these and the caramel on them was nice and thick. These are priced at RSP £1.65 and you can buy them from Tesco, Sainsburys, Asda, Morrisons and Coop

I didn't think I would be that keen on the Malteaser chocolate Spread as I am not too fussed about malteasers, but this was gorgeous!! Tastes great on some toast. I liked adding it to my porridge with a chopped banana. This is priced at RSP £2 from Tesco. We will be buying this one again too

But I've saved the best till last. The new Galaxy Treat Cake is gorgeous!!! It serves 15 and is just so delicious!!! It is lovely and moist with bits of galaxy pieces on the top. We loved this and will be buying it again has a treat for our self's or maybe even for my son's 4th birthday next week. This is priced at £7.00 from Asda

Mars galaxy chocolate treat cake

You can also find Galaxy on Facebook and Twitter

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Wednesday, 26 November 2014

Stand Up for Good Snacks with Ella's Kitchen

#Standupforgoodsnacks with Ella's Kitchen new Snacking Range


Ella's Kitchen are taking a stand and asking people to stand up for good snacks with their new snacking range. All the new products are suitable for children aged 1 year and over.

There are 4 tubs, Tomato & Basil nibbles, Raspberry & Banana nibbles, Apple & Cinnamon puffs and Carrots & Cumin nibbles each priced at £1.99

#Standupforgoodsnacks with Ella's Kitchen new Snacking Range

And the packets are Oat & Spelt Cookies & Raisin & Spelt cookies priced at £1.79 a pack. 
You can buy the smaller packs shown in multi packs of 4 for £1.99 and they come in Carrots & Lentil sticks, Tomato & Fennel Seeds cracker Bites, Parsnip & Poppy seed cracker Bites and Cheddar & Leek multigrain Wheels 

#Standupforgoodsnacks with Ella's Kitchen new Snacking Range

My kids are 9, 5 and 3. And they all enjoyed them. Even though this range is aimed at 1-6 years olds, My 9 year old son said he would happily take a pack to school as a snack at break time.

My youngest Aaron, enjoyed all the flavours equally. But Caitlin prefered the Raspberry and Banana ones the most. In fact she nearly ate the whole tub to herself.

You can also find Ella's Kitchen on Facebook, Twitter and You Tube

It you are standing up for good snacks too then used this hashtag in any tweets you send #Standupforgoodsnacks

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Celebrating National Milk Day with Daioni

Celebrating National Milk day with Daioni flavoured milk


Celebrate National Milk Day
With the first flavoured organic milk!
National milk day is on 15th January 2015 and Daioni are celebrating by releasing some new flavored milk. The come in strawberry, chocolate and banana and I got to try all three. And I must say they are really delicious. And best of all these are organic and prefect for lunchboxes.

"Daioni, the Welsh organic milk brand is celebrating National Milk Day with its new range of flavoured milk on the 11th January 2015.  So grab a glass yourself a glass and pop it into your child’s lunchbox to give and them and yourself a calcium boost. 

Studies have shown that only 25% of boys between 9 and 13 years old are getting enough calcium, and less than 10% of girls consume the necessary amount, these shocking statistics are particularly alarming as critical bone growth occurs between the ages of 11 and 15[1].

Daioni have introduced the first organic flavoured milk cartons to ensure that children enjoy milk more and with the new government guidelines coming into place in 2015 to reintroduce milk into schools, it is clear that we should be doing our bit to encourage this.

These handy cartons of dairy goodness are low in fat, sugar and free from all artificial colouring and come in 3 delicious flavours, Chocolate, Strawberry and Banana. 

Historically, milk day celebrates the day when milk was first delivered in glass bottles. This allowed milk to stay fresher for longer, enabling more people to enjoy all the benefits milk provides. The day is recognized widely within schools and coffee shops all over the world and provides a perfect excuse to try Daioni.

In handy 200ml cartons or 250ml cartons, Daioni Flavoured Organic Milk Drinks are available in Chocolate, Strawberry and Banana on Ocado, at independent delis and cafes nationwide with an RRP of £0.79p for 200ml and £0.99p for 250ml"

You can also find Daioni on Facebook and Twitter

[1] Everyday Health Matters 2014

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Tuesday, 25 November 2014

Nomadic Lassi Drink

Nomadic mango flavoured yogurt lassi drink


Nomadic have brought out a lovely Lassi yogurt drink. You can get it in two flavours, Mango or Passionfruit. I tried out the mago one, which was really nice and lovely and not too overly sweet. You can find this in Tesco and Ocado and it is RRP £1.49

You can also find Nomadic on FacebookTwitter and Instagram

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Wonderous Ink Personalized Books

wonderous ink book - personalized with your child's name


Wonderous Ink books are personalized with your child's name and tell the story of how the letters of your name are used to describe you.

Shown below are the pages from my little girls book - Caitlin




She really liked this page!


Each book has a special code at the end which can be used to unlock special wonderous world of learning online. 

Each book cost £19.99 and you can buy them from www.wonderousink.com 

You can also find Wonderous Ink on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest

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