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Product review:  Birds Eye Plant Based range

Product review: Birds Eye Plant Based range

When you think of Birds Eye, their frozen peas and fish fingers probably come to mind. But I bet you’d never think of plant-based products! This post has been sponsored by Birds Eye. 

15 September 2021 by Catherine Saxelby

Read on - here I take a look at these cute mini-pots of fresh growing herbs for your kitchen. Are they worth buying? Are they easy to look after?

Product Snapshot: Olina’s Snackers Crackers

We sampled Olina’s latest offering in the seeded cracker range – called Olina’s Bakehouse Seriously Seedy Snackers (which is a...

2 June 2021 by Catherine Saxelby

Product review: Leggo’s Organic Sauces

Product review: Leggo’s Organic Sauces

These new organic pasta sauces from Leggo’s come in three varieties – Organic Tomato and Basil, Organic Tomato and Garlic, and...

19 May 2021 by Catherine Saxelby

Read on - here I take a look at these cute mini-pots of fresh growing herbs for your kitchen. Are they worth buying? Are they easy to look after?

Product snapshot – Woolworths' Fruit sourdough, is it a better alternative to other fruit breads?

I’m sure we all like a slice of toasted fruit loaf with our morning coffee from time to time. I certainly do but I’m always...

21 April 2021 by Guest post

Read on - here I take a look at these cute mini-pots of fresh growing herbs for your kitchen. Are they worth buying? Are they easy to look after?

Product Snapshot – Carman’s Protein Salted Caramel Nut Butter bar

There’s a plethora of muesli bars, nut bars, nut and seed bars available these days. I’ve tried several and none really hit the...

10 February 2021 by Guest reviewer

Read on - here I take a look at these cute mini-pots of fresh growing herbs for your kitchen. Are they worth buying? Are they easy to look after?

Product Snapshot: Woolworths Soft wraps with 65% less carb

Low carb products are all the rage at the moment. Those on keto and low carb diets are always on the lookout for low carb versions of...

27 January 2021 by Catherine Saxelby