We are sent a monthly Degustabox for the purpose of review. All thoughts and opinions are our own.
We love it when our monthly Degustabox turns up – we just love to see what is included. There’s usually something for everyone! You can purchase your own here – they cost just £12.99 per month including shipping but you can get your first box for just £5.99 with a whopping £7 discount! Why wouldn’t you want to give it a try?
So what did we receive this time around?
Vimto Millions Gift Jar – £2.99
At £2.99, this gift jar is a steal. This was by far and away the most popular item in the box – we all love Millions sweets and we all love Vimto so we were always going to love these! They were super tasty and didn’t last long.
Michel et Augustin oversized cookie – £1.60
This cookie was gooey and delicious and it was a shame I had to share it with the rest of the family. I would love to see a bigger pack of them in the future.
Pechkeks Misfortune Cookies – £1.50
I love seeing these included. Their black humour really makes me laugh. Jack ate the cookie but I kept the fortune, haha!
Nuttvia Breadsticks Snackpack – £1.70
Jack loves hazelnut chocolate spread breadstick snacks like this so to find one with 97% less sugar is fab. It means he can still have a treat whilst I know he’s not getting anywhere as much sugar as he would if he had chosen other brands. This has zero palm oil to and Jack absolutely loved it.
Pip’s Real Hot Chocolate Co Real Hot Chocolate Coins – £1.50
I’m yet to use this as I am saving it for when I want a real indulgent treat but this is real Belgian chocolate moulded into single servings of hot chocolate. It is nut free, gluten free and dairy free which is fab!
Pulsin Kids’ Fruity Oat Bars Orange Choc Chip – 59p
Jack loved this – fruity and chocolately, what could be better? Packed with gluten free oats and made woth 1/3 less sugar than the average kids fruit snack, I am more than happy for him to munch away on something like this.
Hippeas Organic Chickpea Puffs – £2.29
We’ve had these in the Degustabox before and Jack ate them. These are light, crunchy and airy but have plenty of protein and fibre. They are vegan and quite tasty – Olivia loves them too!
Lee Kum Kee Sauce For Honey Garlic Spare Ribs & Sauce For Tomato Garlic Prawns – 85p each
(We also received a sweet soy sauce as an extra)
We haven’t yet used these but love Chinese food and flavours so can’t wait to give these a try! They look absolutely delicious.
Cirio Valfrutta – £2.29
One of a new range of tasty ready to eat Mediterranean dishes, these are delicious cold in salads or heated in the microwave or in a pan for a tasty meal. Yet to eat this as keeping it for when I am eating on my own.
Feel Good Drinks Water Infusions – £1.20 each
We received the strawberry & mint flavour and the orange, mango & water. We’ve tried this brand before and find their drinks absolutely delicious. These didn’t last long! 100% natural ingredients, there are three flavours available in the range.
We’ve always got a Kabuto noodles in the cupboard for emergencies as we love them and I am a big fan of Thai Green Chicken Curry so this one was no different. Very tasty.
Heinz No Added Sugar Hoops – 75p
Jack loves spaghetti hoops but I am reluctant to give them to him too often as they can contain so much sugar. These no added sugar hoops are great for giving him what he wants whilst ensuring he has 1 of his 5 a day with no artificial sweeteners, colours or flavours.
LoSalt – this was a free sample size
Steve loves his salt and I am keen for him to reduce the amount of salt in his diet so this was a welcome addition to our box. We’ve already been using it and can tell no different.
Is the box worth the money this month? Yes it is – yet again it comes in at over £20 for all the items you receive, £8 more than what you are paying. As always, there are items I prefer more than others in the box but that’s the way subscription boxes work – you won’t always be a fan of everything!
Have you ever tried a Degustabox?