Last month I received another delicious Degustabox. In last months box there were some really exciting products, a few of which have become a yummy addition to my shopping list!
Degustabox is a monthly subscription service where each month you receive a box full of foodie treats. Many of the products that you will receive are new to the market. That is what I love most about Degustabox, the chance to find new products. I find that each month there is something for everyone in the family which is another huge selling point.
Before I tell you about my feature recipe this month using my favourite product in last months Degustabox let me tell you what else arrived...
- Beloved Dates - These wholesome bars and 100% natural made with no added sugar and are the only cereal bars that have been bound using natural date nectar. These are delicious treats and perfect for a mid afternoon snack.
- Nari Juice - This juice is made from coconut palm sap and infused with 100% natural fruits and spices. They come in two flavours, Lemon and Ginger and the one I received Apple and Mint.
- Hartley's Jelly - These are a favourite of mine as they allow me to have something sweet without too many calories!
- Sarsons - Sarsons is not a new product but they are releasing the limited edition bottles like the one pictured above. Sarsons Malt Vinegar is a firm favourite in our house for fish and chips!
- Divine Chocolate - I will admit that I did not have chance to use these in a recipe as they were perfect on their own! If you are looking for a divine chocolate look no further!
- J20 Spritz - I love the regular J20 drinks so I was excited to try their new drinks. They are so refreshing. They come in three new flavours and contain only 63 calories!
- The London Crisp Company - Crisps are one of my food weaknesses. I love crisps and was not disappointed with The London Crisp Company's hand cooked crisps.
- Mr Kipling - My children love Mr Kipling cakes, especially my eldest. They make a handy, sweet addition to his lunch box. These oaty cakes contain wholesome ingredients like fruit, coconut and oats. Yummy!
- Ritz Crisp and Thin - These are a new oven baked potato snack. They are great as they are or great to use with dips.
Now on to my favourite product Nutribix.
Nutribix is a wholegrain cereal made using coconut, honey and an ancient grain, sorghum. These are the perfect way to start the day. As I loved this product so much I decided to use it in my recipe. My recipe is not a breakfast one. I wanted to show you how versatile this product is and have used it as a crumble topping.
This is what I did...
Apple and Berries Crumble
2 brambly apples, pealed and chopped
10 strawberries, hulled and quartered
1 tbsp maple syrup, plus extra for drizzling
4 Nutribix biscuits, crushed
1 tbsp coconut oil
1 - Place the fruit in a pan with the water and tablespoon of maple syrup, bring to the boil, reduce the heat and allow to simmer for 15 minutes
2 - Pre heat the oven to 180C
3 - Place the fruit in an oven proof dish
4 - Mix the coconut oil into the crushed Nutribix and spread over the top of the fruit and drizzle with a little maple syrup
5 - Place in the oven and bake for 20 minutes then serve
This pudding is perfect served with a good scoop of vanilla ice cream. I love how the Nutribix adds extra flavours to the crumble topping. If you are looking for a breakfast cereal that can be used for more than just a breakfast try Nutribix!
If you would like to try Degustabox for yourself I am delighted to be able to give you this special money off promotion code. Simply add BLDEG15 when you check out to receive a £6.00 discount on your box!
Disclosure: I received the Degustabox for the purpose of this post. No cash payment was received.