Doesn’t time fly when you are having fun?
I have just realised that more than a month has passed since I last did a roundup of my favourite things!
Back then I called it my ‘freefrom food roundup’ but since this one is going to include some other things I thought I would re-name it.
So here are ‘a few of my favourite things’ from October…
Veronica’s ‘Crunchy Creatures’! These fun little corn snacks had the kids begging for more!
Since they are learning about dinosaurs at school, these little beauties were highly desirable and we had a lot of fun crunching our way through them.
They are delicately flavoured of cheese (unfortunately meaning that they are not dairy-free) with no added salt which makes a nice change.
They do contain sugar though which is a shame, but as a treat they certainly get the thumbs up.
Story Cubes are a fabulous and simple idea. 9 cubes with different pictures on each of the sides.
You throw the cubes and make up a story about the pictures!
We have loads of fun with these! We have spent many hours encouraging our children’s imaginations and story telling abilities with these!
There, my top tip for Christmas presents!
So back to food and some lovely bread.
This is my favourite ever gluten, dairy, egg, sugar, wheat, soya and yeast-free bread so far.
In actual fact, never mind that it is free of all those things…this is my favourite bread ever.
It is also low carb and it is a mix which is super easy to make.
The bread in question is Sukrin Sunflower and Pumpkin Seed bread.
Along with being simple to make (it even comes with its own tray with which to bake it in), it is moist, tasty and light.
I would happily eat it every day.
I really didn’t want to share it, but I did let the kids and Mr M try a piece and they loved it too!
From bread to…chocolate!
I have been lucky enough to have tried two incredible dairy-free chocolates this month, neither of which I knew about before!
The first is cocoa-libre.
If you have popped by before you will have seen me mention these delicious choccies.
They are dairy-free, gluten-free, wheat-free and nut-free.
They are the perfect present, especially for kids because they do some beautiful shaped chocolates that are ideal for making a child feel special and not left out!
Imagine taking some of these babies to a party…your child would be the envy of everyone.
Throw out the Dairy Milk chocolate buttons…bring in the dairy-free chocolate frogs.
Roo and Pickle loved these, which was rather a shame because once again I didn’t really want to share them!
So those are a few of my favourite things over the last few months. What have been your favourite things? I love hearing your views.
Please be aware that for the purposes of writing this review, some of these products were gifted to me. I only write about those products that I truly enjoy. I get sent others…they just don’t get included!
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