Belinda Clark Mellow Mallow Gingerbread & Natural Orange & Chocolate

There is something unbelievably delightful about eating pillowy, gooey marshmallows that hits the spot like no other confectionary. We have waved goodbye to the average Flump because it is all about the gourmet marshmallow now.  I came across these Belinda Clark Mellow Mallow Marshmallows whilst doing my Ocado Shop, yes I went slight off plan. With a strap line of ‘expertly handmade confectionery to surprise your senses and tickle your tastebuds’, I couldn’t not buy some. There were a number of flavours on offer and on this occasion I opted for Gingerbread and Chocolate Orange. So lets get down to marshmallow business. First…

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Snickers Peanut Butter Squared

Being the Peanut Butter lover that I am, my gorgeous bestie found a Snickers Peanut Butter Squared whilst on holiday and proclaimed it was the best thing in all the land. Rather than letting me sob in a corner that I had missed out, she bought me one back! She’s a keeper isn’t she!  Caramel, nougat, milk chocolate, roasted peanuts and peanut butter squished into two square-shaped nuggets. As you can see one of the squares was a little smooshed but that certainly wasn’t going to put me off. Cutting in half there were 3 distinct layers all encased by milk…

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Milky Way French Vanilla and Caramel

There is something truly satisfying when it comes to a Milky Way and I was rather intrigued by this Milky Way French Vanilla and Caramel bar that I spied in Longacres Garden Centre no less. It’s not just your average garden centre to be fair, it is the mothership of all garden centres that sells everything except the kitchen sink ,and has a pretty darn good food hall, butchers, bakery and fresh flower department. If there is ever a Garden Centre to go to this is the one.  Longacres has a cave of goodies and I could have happily bought quite a…

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Snyder’s of Hanover Peanut Butter Pretzel Sandwiches

Whilst perusing the local farm shop I spied Snyder’s of Hanover Peanut Butter Pretzel Sandwiches, and like a moth to a flame I naturally had to buy them. At £1.99 they were a little pricey but it’s a price I’m willing to pay for a peanut butter goodie.  Golden with that classic pretzel sheen the pretzels were crunchy and a little salty. Sandwiched in-between each pretzel was a thin layer of salty peanut butter, not the fake pumped full of goodness knows what ingredients, but natural creamy peanut butter, and boy what a difference it makes. I am always a tad apprehensive…

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Krispy Kreme Honey Bee and Love Bug Valentine’s

Valentine’s Day is fast approaching and yesterday saw the launch of the Krispy Kreme Valentine’s range – the Krispy Kreme Honey Bee and Love Bug. Now can we all just take a second to say how unbelievably cute these doughnuts are! Anything that is heart shaped gets me rather excited but to then make them into a cute little bug and bee with that little face, well I cannot help but smile and also feel kind of mean that I am about to eat them.  First up the Honey Bee which was a grand old £1.90. Don’t be fooled, the name is…

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