Wednesday 22 April 2015

March's Degustabox, What's Inside?

Another month, another surprise food box delivery from Degustabox. I get rather excited about the prospect of these turning up as Deugastabox has provided me so many ideas for new foods as well some favourites of mine making their way in there too.

There seemed to be a naughty but nice theme going on this March's box, you can read on to see exactly what I received…

Jordans Granola £3.69 : This is actually a favourite brand of mine. I love mixing granola with various fruits and yoghurts and because this one has 30% less fat in it and is high in fibre, it fits in perfectly with my diet right now.

jordans lighter granola

JuiceBurst £1.25 per bottle : There are 14 flavours of this juice available, out of the two I received I think the cranberry was my favourite. It didn't taste artificial like other juice drinks which made a refreshing change.

BBQUE £3.99 : So first off I have to say I find the pricing quite high for this however I can't deny that it tastes great. I used this to make my latest batch of BBQ sauce and it was a hit with everyone.

Lindor Assorted Mini Eggs £2.00 per bag : I adore Lindor chocolate, but I was forced to share these with the kids, all I can say is that they didn't last long.

Bassetts Jelly Babies Berry Mix £1.48 : Who doesn't love jelly babies?? This bag comes with the babies in raspberry, blackcurrant and strawberry flavours. I have to say I missed all of the other flavours.

Sour Patch Kids £1.00 : These are definitely sour. I was hilarious watching the kids faces as they ate them :) Unfortunately the kids threw away the packet before I had a chance to photograph it.

Crabbie's Alcoholic Fruits £1.50 per bottle : I've tried the zest lemon flavour previously which I really enjoyed, the black cherry and raspberry and rhubarb flavours didn't disappoint. No ginger flavour in sight.

Kent's Kitchen Posh Noodles £1.75 : All can say is so much better than a pot noodle!! 

Natvia £2.00 : This is a natural sweetner, a brilliant alternative to artificial sweeteners and sugar. I've been using this in my coffee instead of my normal 2 tsp of sugar and I have to say my coffee actually tastes better. I'm going to try it out in my baking next.

Brioche Pasquier Baked Bread Bites 50p per bag : These are very morerish, under 90 calories per bag, a good substitute to a normal bag of crisps, and great as croutons on a salad.

Like what you see? Why not check out Degustabox for yourself? Use code 28ZJT to get £3.00 off of your first box.



  1. Ohh yum! What a lot of tasty treats. I love the Crabbie's Ginger beer but haven't tried the other flavours. I need to :D x

  2. Never heard of a Degustabox?!? Sounds great - we might give it a go! #TriedTested

  3. I loved the box last month - the sweets and the juice lasted about 5 minutes, and I have the cider in the fridge for after this baby lol! Thanks for linking up with #TriedTested

  4. That looks like a fab selection! I thin I'd have been pretty pleased with that parcel!
    Thanks for linking up with #TriedTested this week x


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