It’s Monday, I hope you have all had a fabby start to the week, I have just been elbow deep in buttercream icing my mum’s birthday cake, Happy Birthday Mum! Hop on over to Instagram in a while if you fancy seeing it. Back to today’s review, as promised last week and without further ado, it’s biscotti time. Twitter is a wonderful place to discover new people, brands and for me all things foodie related. This is exactly how I stumbled across the Great British Biscotti Co and after tweeting about these the lovely Paul messaged me thanking me for…

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From the chocolate and toffee mousse that was on offer with the Rolo Mousse, we have flipped to the other side today with the likes of the Milkybar Mousse – cue the Milkybar song ….. Alongside Magic Stars and Smarties (until I was banned because of all those E numbers sending me doolally) Milkybar takes me back to my childhood. I was certainly more of a bar gal than the buttons, but it no longer stops there because we now have the Milkybar Mousse. £1.24 for 4 pots. 1 Pot: 85 kcal, 2.4g Sat Fat, 9.6g Sugar, 2.7g Protein – 4 WW Smart…

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The sun has been peeping out the clouds this week so it is only fair that we have a bit of the Spirit of Summer courtesy of the new M&S Dulce de Leche Teacakes. As previously mentioned M&S have gone a little crazy with dulce de leche this summer and shoved it anything and everything. I must say their Banana Dulce de Leche slices were a thing of beauty so I have high hopes for these Teacakes.  Their packaging is certainly snazzy and catching to the eye, and these definitely faired better in their travels than the Red Velvet Teacakes. These were…

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I am pretty late to the chocolate mousse game but I suppose it is better late than never eh? I have a small obsession with Original Aero Mousse but decided to branch out and be a little adventurous on my recent shop, and buy the New Rolo Mousse. Why did I choose the Rolo? Well Rolo’s are pretty darn delightful mini chocolatey caramelly bites, and two it looked rather pretty.  The mousse was airy and light, just look at those airy bubbles! The chocolate is relatively strong and akin to my other mousse love affair I am having with the Aero…

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Milka and Cadbury Dairy Milk have a few cross over flavours, which is pretty much expected given they are all part of one giant company. It is pretty clear by now that Milka chocolate trumps the UK Cadbury Dairy Milk. It won the battle of the Milka Oreo vs Dairy Milk Oreo but the battle isn’t over, oh no, today we have the battle of Milka & Chips Ahoy! vs the previously reviewed Dairy Milk with Chips Ahoy! Alpine milk chocolate with biscuits and chocolate pieces (12%) and Alpine milk cream filling (39%). In comparison to the Cadbury version, the…

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