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Foods To Try Out This Christmas.
Pinch Punch, happy 1st of the month. Happy November! Christmas is just around the corner.
Over the last few weeks, I have been sent some new foods to try out over Christmas and share here with you, from some lovely brands.
Foods To Try Out This Christmas:
We are huge peanut butter fans here and I have just been introduced to Pip & Nut delicious range of nut butter.
They are made from only the best natural ingredients, so they are incredibly fresh, deliciously pure, and bursting with wholesome nutty goodness.
Pip & Nut’s range of nut butters are all-natural, nutritious and delicious, with no added sugar, additives or palm oil.
They combine classics such as Peanut and Almond Butter with innovative flavours such as Crunchy Maple Peanut and Coconut Almond Butter.
The newest product in the range an amazing Chocolate Orange Almond Butter.
What’s not to love about these!
They also sell a range of almond milk.
You can find out more about them here: Pip & Nut.
Belvoir Winter Drinks:
We are big fans of Belvoir drinks and this Autumn thry have some new flavours on sale.
Whether it’s a big bash, an intimate party for two, a family gathering, or simply snuggling down by the fire for some well earned me-time, Belvoir’s seasonal winter drinks have it covered!
Bursting with fresh ingredients and natural fruit juices expertly hand blended on the family farm using a cornucopia of real flowers, fruits and spices,
Belvoir drinks contain no artificial sweeteners, colourings, preservatives or flavourings and are all you need to make a party a success or simply to get you A picture containing food, beverage
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The new flavours include:
Spiced Ginger Punch- made with cooked fresh ginger for a satisfyingly fiery bite, mingled enticingly with the mouth-watering sharpness of orange and lemon juices, plus exotic spices for a finishing warmth on the tongue. It’s delicious drunk warm as a non-alcoholic winter punch, but for those seeking even more of a kick, try adding a splash of whisky for a warming, spicy alcoholic treat, or mix with white wine for a lighter, mulled white wine punch.
Belvoir Festive Fruit Punch- offers a mouth-watering combination of the rich, fruity taste of real cranberry and orange juices, with a splash of blackcurrant and lime juice and the lingering hint of cinnamon and nutmeg, all blended with spring water so it’s ready to drink. It’s fabulous served warm as a non-alcoholic festive punch or simply as a more flavoursome alternative to fruit tea. Of course, for a party tipple to serve to guests there’s nothing easier than warming up a bowl of Festive Fruit Punch and adding a good glug of vodka for instant cheer!
Mulled Winter Punch- is the indispensable ally for every discerning host. When gently heated its combined flavours of nutmeg oil, mixed spice extracts and juices of blackcurrant, red grape, elderberry and orange exude a merry non-alcoholic essence that can help the drivers at the party get in the mood. But for the real thing – a quick and super-easy traditional Mulled Wine – simply add a glug of red wine or port.
Belvoir Mulled Winter Cordial- is an intense fruity blend of cranberry and orange juices complemented with warming winter spices and a touch of lime. The cranberry adds a slightly tart, mouth-drying note. Designed to be mixed with gently warmed water, it’s equally delicious blended with cold, and for a truly festive touch try it as a warming hot toddy with a dash of rum or vodka.
Belvoir’s seasonal winter drinks will be on sale from October for around £3.50 per bottle. For more information about the Belvoir range, visit Belvoir Fruit Farms.
Foods To Try Out This Christmas.
My Daughter could not wait to try out the gluten-free Doisy & Dam chocolate bar range. With her having Coeliac Disease we always have to be careful in which chocolate she can and can’t have.
About Doisy & Dam:
This is a London based chocolate company who make delicious chocolate with innovative flavours and superfood inclusions such as Maple, Toasted Rice & Pink Salt and Maca, Vanilla & Cocoa Nibs.
All their dark chocolate is vegan and the whole range is gluten-free and it’s all ethically sourced from Colombia and the Dominican Republic.
You can find more out here: Doisy & Dam.
Indigo Chocolate Making Kit Gift Set:
How cool a chocolate making kit that makes gluten-free chocolate! My Daughter will love having a go at making her own chocolate as she loves being creative.
MADE WITH LOW GI NATURAL SWEETENER
“Become a chocolatier and create your own nutritious and delicious vegan, gluten-free chocolates with 100% purest natural ingredients. Cacao is high in protein, dietary fibre, potassium, phosphorous, magnesium, iron, zinc, copper, manganese and it’s a source of calcium and selenium. Packed with feel-good phytochemicals and antioxidants”.
· Everything you need to make pure chocolate.
· Easy to make, ideal for all the family.
· Includes pre-weighed ingredients, recipe & instructions.
· 100% pure botanical ingredients, absolutely nothing added.
· Includes Goji Berries & Brazil Nuts.
· Makes 20-25 small chocolates.
Kit Includes: Organic Cacao Powder 100g, Organic Cacao Butter 100g, Organic Raw Agave Syrup 100ml, Goji Berries 25g, Brazil Nuts 25g, Vanilla Powder 3g
What do you think of these Foods To Try Out This Christmas?
Fancy trying any?
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