Just for your information, Degustabox have a box that contains alcohol and also one that is none alcoholic – I was sent both items as I’m reviewing the box.
Mornflake // Top Porridge Pots
These are handy little just add water pots that come with a portion of Lyles Golden Syrup or Nutella in the lid – great for a breakfast on the go.
Little Miracles // Organic Energy
I’ve reviewed the full range of these drinks before here. There are a blend of tea, juice and ginseng non-carbonated drink. Great for a quick pick me up.
Sunkrin Bread Mix // Sunflower and Pumpkin Seed
Now this is interesting, a low carb, free-from bread mix that only needs water. It can be used to make pizza bases, tortilla wraps, burger buns and more. Each slice has 1 carb.
This is a bit on the pricy side, but gluten free and low carb products are costly so I guess your view on whether this is expensive or not depends on your dietary needs.
I think I’m going to attempt a healthy pizza base with this!
I’ve seen this product around supermarkets for years. I’ve never tried it though. It’s chunky vegetables in a tangy mustard sauce and does sound great on a burger!
Alfa One Rice Bran Oil
This is a new product to me, it’s an oil that can be used for cooking but is better for you than the normal oils. It contains natural antioxidants such as Vitamin E and Gamma Oryzanol (helps reduce cholesterol absorption).
I’m going to make some salad dressings out of this, can’t wait to see how they turn out!
Kabuto Noodles // Miso Ramen
These are noodles that come in seven different flavours, they’re really easy to make – just like a pot noodle you add water and wait for them to absorb it.
You can eat them on their own, or use as a side. I made some stuffed portobello mushrooms and used half the pot of the noodles on the side – delicious!
Finn Crisp // Crispbread
Crispbread is a great wholegrain cracker that can be used in multiple ways, such as a snack, with soups or crushed up in salads. I’ve wrote a post before about my top 5 toppings for crispbread if you want some ideas!
Koko Dairy Free
I was happy to see this, as I’ve been cutting down a bit on dairy lately – I’ve been congested in a morning and I’ve heard dairy can do this. I really need to bite the bullet and completely cut it out for a while to see if it’s the culprit or not, I’m seriously so tired of sneezing seventy times upon awakening.
This has fewer calories than skimmed milk, zero cholesterol and is 100% allergen free. It claims to taste like cows milk. One shall see 😀
Simplee Aloe // Non-alcohol box
I’ve been curious about aloe vera drinks for a while now, it’s supposed to be great for you and I’ve heard it dubbed as the new coconut water. This one contains fresh grapefruit to make a tasty, healthy drink.
Magners Light // Alcohol box
We all know how alcohol is packed full of empty calories. This Irish Cider has only 103 a bottle and is the new flavour of Magners Light range. They come in 4 packs at selected Tesco stores.
Clipper Green Tea // Special Gift
This was a bonus gift – and one I’ll happily except. You may remember from my 8 things I want to turn into habits post, that drinking green tea daily was one of them.
Green tea needs no introduction really – it’s detoxifying and great for giving your metabolism a boost.
I’m really looking forward to using the products in this months box!
You can get your own box from Degustabox with a £3 off, by entering my discount code: 2H11H
Just go to the Degustabox site and enter the code at the checkout! Full price is £12.99 per box. Postage and packaging is free.
Which products would you most like to try?