It’s a pretty short review from me today, because how much can you really say about fish fingers? They’re a little bit of fish encased in breadcrumbs, perfect for grabbing out of the freezer and throwing in the oven when you can’t be bothered to cook a proper meal. I’m always pleased to see big brands releasing free from versions of their products, so I was keen to see how these Birds Eye fish fingers fared. Continue reading
If you read my previous post about my Aldi food haul, then you’ll know that one of the products that I was most excited about trying were their Paleo bars. I often cook Paleo meals and like the idea of eventually transitioning to a full Paleo diet.
However, I’m not a three big meals a day kind of girl and the one area of eating that I think I’d struggle with if I was following a full-time Paleo diet is snacking. Cereal bars are my normal afternoon snack, but if you’ve ever looked for Paleo alternatives then you’ll know how expensive they are. That’s why I was looking forward to trying these Aldi bars so much. At 49p for an individual bar, they’re a bargain! Or are they? Continue reading
I don’t ever really go to Aldi. It’s not very close to where I live and whenever I’ve previously been in they’ve never had much in the way of free from foods. However, after reading this review of their paleo snack bars I took a look on their website and saw that they’ve expanded their gluten free range! As Aldi is well known for their cheap prices, I decided that it was worth taking a trip to my local store and seeing what they had to offer. Continue reading
It was Shrove Tuesday (or rather, Pancake Day) yesterday, but the only flour I had in the cupboard was gluten free bread flour. I didn’t think that it wouldn’t make good pancakes, but as I’ve been promising to make my boyfriend chocolate brownies for a while I decided to give them a go instead. I’ve only ever made them with gluten free plain flour before, but recently read this wonderful blog post that stated that bread flour making chewier brownies. I love a dense fudgy brownie so was hopeful that the bread flour would be a winner. Continue reading