Happy Christmas Eve Everyone, Santa is coming!!! There is no better way to celebrate than with a festive tipple and Sainsbury’s Cocktail Baubles have it covered.  These 3 colourful baubles cost a jolly good £5.00 and were part of the gifting range. Despite their cuteness the primary reason I bought them was because it included a Cosmo. Cosmos are certainly my choice of cocktail and I just cannot turn one down. Despite the size there are quite a lot of E numbers crammed in each one so I imagine you will be bouncing off the walls after a few. To serve it…

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We couldn’t have a festive period without a Reese’s Peanut Butter Tree now could we. Usually I struggle to find the Reese’s limited edition holiday ones but this year the Reese’s Trees are in abundance in the stores near me.  This 34g tree cost a rounded £1.00 from the local newsagents, however these are readily available in all major supermarkets. Huzzah! Festive rich milk chocolate candy filled with the creamy peanut butter. There was some controversy over Reese’s shape ability but this year seems to be far better than the ridiculously shaped blobs of last Christmas. At first glance these…

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M&S have certainly come up with quite the festive range this year and there is so much to choose from that it is hard to pick just one. We had the most surprisingly good Gingerbread Chocolate Teacakes, the what the heck are these Winter Berries & Prosecco Crisps, and today it is the turn of the M&S Christmas Pudding Iced Buns.  Despite being tucked away on the bottom shelves these immediately caught my eye. Oh so festive looking, M&S have given the humble iced bun a christmassy twist. The M&S christmas range has got some quite pricey numbers but these…

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I have always said that I wish Graze wasn’t just confined to the postie packages. Our prayers were answered as a selection of Graze products can now be found in pretty much every supermarket and varying foodie shops. Aside from Belgian Speculoos which is my all time favourite, the flapjacks are one of their tastiest offerings, (FYI I am still mourning the loss of the breads all those years ago). Today’s review is as festive as can be with the Graze Mince Pie Flapjack. Being sold separately it gives way to a far more festive outer packaging which I love! Inside…

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If you don’t know already Lindt Lindor are heavenly balls of chocolatey goodness. Fact. I must admit I am still mourning the loss of the Lindor Peanut Butter but there are still plenty of other irresistible flavours to choose from. One of the newest residents in the flavour department is the Lindt Lindor Orange.  Where would we be without chocolate orange at christmas? Terry’s certainly put it on the map but Lindt are here to give it a run for its money. This limited edition flavour is available in 200g and averages at around £4.00 a box.  Milk chocolate truffles with a smooth…

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