With Valentine’s Day coming up quickly now, you’re probably thinking about how you are going to spend the day (or the evening anyway). If you fancy a pampering night in then this luxurious Skin Spa Sugar Cane, Basil & Lime would be perfect. It’s from Baylis & Harding’s new Spring/Summer range for 2013 and it sounds divine. A Little Luxury For Me has 2 Skin Spa sets to give away.
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The winners were Dani Graves and Emma Clement.
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6. Competition closes at midnight on 9/2/2013.
- Super Berry Muesli
- Belgian Dark Chocolate, Marcona Almond & Cherry Granola
- Multigrain, Blueberry & Raspberry Granola.
The Multigrain, Blueberry & Raspberry Granola is is a blend of oat, barley and quinoa flakes. To add taste and sweetness there’s fruit puree and acacia honey. Added to the mix are nuts and seeds. Tesco has also added freeze-dried blueberry and raspberry pieces for extra fruity flavour. If you like a fruity granola, then this is well worth considering. They have been generous with the fruit too, so it tastes very good.
Finest Super Berry Muesli looks and tastes delicious. It’s a blend of British cereal flakes and raspberry coated barley flakes. Berries feature strongly with juicy flame raisins, sultanas and sweetened cranberries. Plus there’s freeze-dried raspberries and blueberries. I’m a muesli fan and this would be my every day choice for a little luxury at the breakfast table.
The Belgian Dark Chocolate, Marcona Almond & Cherry Granola is wickedly decadent. With its mix of Belgian dark chocolate cereal clusters, Marcona almonds and freeze-dried cherries, this is the one I’d pick out for a weekend luxury breakfast. I wasn’t sure about chocolate with cereal, but this isn’t anything like the sickly sweet, chocolatey, children’s cereals. It’s a grown up treat with grown up tastes.
From 21 January 2013 Chokablok will be selling their Chokablok Chocolate Love Hearts in Tescos. Chokablok have a range of lovely chocolatey things and this is their new Valentine’s Day range.
The Rocky Road of Love Heart is perfect treat for any rocky road lovers. It has a chunky,thick, chocolate heart base with generous handfuls of pretty, pink and white mini marshmallows, little dark chocolate heart confetti scattered over and crunchy shortcake biscuit to finish.
If your loved one prefers white chocolate to milk chocolate, then the Cookie Crumb Mon-star Love Heart is the one to choose for them. Once again there’s a good, thick chocolate love heart as the core, but this time it’s made from smooth, creamy, white chocolate. Then there are the shortcake cookie pieces swirled into the mix to add texture, sweetness and crunch. To finish off there’s a generous dusting of tiny, milk chocolate hearts.
The Chokablok Chocolate Love Hearts both gone down very well in our household. My son is a rocky road connoisseur and loves Chokablok’s rocky road and the white chocolate heart is perfect for those that love creamy white chocolate.
I’m a sucker for a good Christmas cake. I am usually a bit of a cheap skate and I tend to buy mine in the sales after Christmas. To be honest we wouldn’t get around to eating it till then anyway with all the Christmas goodies in the house. There’s something about a home made one and if my cake decorating skills were up to it I would make my own. Sadly though the only bit I feel I could succeed with is the underlying fruit cake. Maybe one day I’ll feel confident enough to try with the icing. This cake was made by my sister in law’s sister and I think it looks fantastic.