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The Larder List: April 2015

This is my second product round-up, designed to tell you all about new products I’ve been trying out in my kitchen and tell you what I think of them!

Trek Bars

I was sent some lovely bars by the good people at Natural Balance Foods. These protein flapjacks are really very tasty and each one packs an impressive 9g of protein; perfect if you are trying to increase the amount of protein in your diet. I’ve been having them for breakfast and really enjoyed them.

Price: Around £1 per bar

Score: 9/10

Bloom & Wild

Anyone that knows me will know I love fresh flowers. I think they are the perfect way to cheer up a room and I always smile when looking at a beautiful bouquet. So, when I heard about Bloom & Wild I KNEW I had to give them a go. They pack the freshest flowers into a box that is small enough to fit through the letterbox (crazy, eh?!) Full arranging instructions are provided, though I don’t know much about flowers so some of the names left me a bit baffled. Not to worry though, they were still beautiful and lasted well.

Price: I got the Charlotte, which retails at £20

Score: 9/10

Craving Curries

I do love a good curry and a good curry this certainly was! Craving Curries sell fantastic little kits filled with the spices you need to recreate some of your favourite indian dishes. I received the Chicken Tikka Masala kit and from the moment the scent hit me as I picked up the envelope from the doormat, I knew I was going to love it. The kit did not disappoint! For me, the curry is definitely a Saturday dish as it needs a little bit more time than I have during the week to prepare; it is certainly worth the wait though!

Price: The Chicken Tikka Masala kit is a very reasonable £4.49

Score: 10/10

So, all in all it has been a very good month! Come back soon when I’m sure I’ll have more delicious recipes for you.

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