Chocolate is by far my biggest vice. I can walk on by a packet of crisps and pretty easily pass up the offer of a glass of wine, but when it comes to chocolate, especially that of the nutty variety I can very rarely hold back!
The same can be said for all of my children so I would say we are all pretty knowledgable about the subject. So when we were asked to try out Knoppers(I can’t help but giggle at the name) it wasn’t an offer to be passed up.
Knoppers are squares of crispy baked wafers held together with milky hazelnut wafers and topped with a chocolate coating.
The best way for me to describe the snack is a deconstructed Ferrero Rocce. It is literally all the mouthwatering components of a Ferrero Roche and formed into a handy square that makes the perfect snack for in between meal times.
The creamy, nutty layers work perfectly with the crisp wafer and is set off wonderfully with the extra chocolate layer…I mean you really can’t ever have to much chocolate can you!
We have been enjoying these treats at home with a glass of milk and on the go as they are so easy to slip inside a handbag which allows you to satisfy the moans of the little ones hunger pangs with ease.
At only 50p per snack they are super affordable and can be picked up at a whole host of convinenece and impulse stores nationwide, so keep your eye out for them and let me know what you think.
* Collaborated post.
With the school term back in full swing I have lots of hungry mouths to feed come three thirty and I’m always on the lookout for something quick and easy to stave off the hunger pangs until dinner time.
It’s all to easy to reach for the biscuit tin which ultimately leads to hyperactive children charging around the house which is never something you need after a long day.
When I was sent a selection of Sunny Fruit Mix-Ups from Whitworths I was eagar to give them a try.
The bright packaging and the fruity, named characters really caught their eye and it wasn’t long before they were tucking in.
The portion sizes were perfect to fill a tinny tummy, pack into their lunch boxes or have as a standby snack in your handbag which I always need as a form of bribery!
With no added sugar and portions of real fruit they really do make for a guilt free snack for children and adults alike.
I have a range of picky eaters to ones that eat anything and the whole range was a hit with them all, from the juicy apricots and mango, the chewy pineapple and raisins and the flavoursome strawberries and sultanas.
With the different varies these mix-ups have to offer I’m sure you will find a flavour that suits everyone.
Give them a try and let me know what you think.
*we were given a selection of mix-ups to sample for the purpose of this review. They are all my own, honest opinions.
With all this heat I always struggle to get my little ones to eat.
The easiest thing to make are small finger foods that are bright and colourful and catch their eye.
We were off out today so I prepared some small bits to eat off of cocktail sticks and they went down a treat!
The boats were made of cheese cut into a triangles with a cocktail stick inserted into the middle and a satsuma segment on the bottom.
The noughts and crosses sandwiches were marmite sandwiches cut into a cross with a pastry cutter. I then alternated these with a piece of cucumber and half a tomato. All threaded onto another cocktail stick.
To cool them down afterwards I placed a lolly stick into the top of a small yogurt and placed into the freezer until they harden. Once hard you can simply take them out and remove the pot and you have a lovely refreshing lolly.
You could use any sandwich filling and vegetable combination that you like. Or replace the sandwich for meat of they are not sandwich lovers.