April Degustabox – Review

I love receiving this box of goodies every month. It helps me taste new things and inspires me to get creative in the kitchen. April’s Degustabox was packed full of goodness with many of the products being gluten free as well as containing organic foods.

April’s Degustabox contained the following –

Seabrook Lattice (£1.50 – £1.99) – We loved the Sea salt and Black Pepper lattice crisps. They were even better served with some salsa. You really should try it.

POLO Sugar Free Pot (£1.49) – This was really handy on a recent long car journey. The fact that these were sugar free also added to the it’s appeal.

CELIA Organic Lager (£2.49) – Hubs enjoyed this on the weekend. It has 100% locally sourced Saaz hops, Moravian malt and sand filtered water. What’s more – it’s gluten free.

Garofalo Whole Wheat Penne Pasta (£2.19) – I was told that this is one of the best Italian pastas. We have tried Garofalo before but this was the first time we tried the whole wheat version and it was delicious. Besides it’s natural bran, germ, fibre and vitamins remain intact as it is made from unprocessed whole organic durum wheat. What’s not to love?

GOOD HEMP Hemp Seed Hearts (£4.49) These superseeds are perfect for adding to cereals and stir fries. They are free from nuts and gluten.

Dorset Cereals (£4.89) These cereals are inspired by ultimate adventures. Their Machu Pichu flavour is a blend of oats and barley with brazil nuts, golden berries and a hint of coffee. The American road trip flavour inspired by Route 66 blends cranberries, almonds and orange zest. I obviously enjoyed a trip on Route 66.

Doisy and Dam’s Quinoa, Smoked Tea and Vanilla Chocolate (£1.75) A strange combination if you read it but it is actually quite delicious to taste.

Nothing But (2 x £1.20) These snack packs of freeze dried fruits and vegetables are 100% wholesome. They are suitable for vegetarians, vegans and are gluten free.

Whitworths Full of Super (£1.50) Vanilla Maca-roons that are filled with almonds, flakes of coconut and flax seeds. They are gluten free too.

ViPNuts (£1.25 for Hot Chilli and £1.45 for Hot Toffee) Oven baked with a hint of chilli – these are just yum. Perfect for snacking on.



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