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Looking for Kid’s Subscription Boxes? Have a look at the Best 4

Looking for Kid’s Subscription Boxes? Have a look at the Best 4

Since sub-box market has skyrocketed you can always find a subscription box for everything. At the request of our beloved audience, we did some research and came up with the list of the best 4 kids’ subscription boxes. So without further ado let’s get started!

4 of the Best Kid's Subscription boxes for kids on the market at the moment

Build-Ur-Bricks

We all know that LEGO sets are quite expensive these days and especially those sets which are inspired by blockbuster movies like Harry Potter and Star Wars. No doubt that they are fun and exciting to build but once build, you are more likely to lose their pieces or lock them in a storeroom somewhere, now this is the moment where Build-Ur-Bricks plays its role and offers you the best option. They offer you to get your children LEGO sets without even purchasing them, you just need to return the set once you’re done with it. The interesting thing is that all of the pieces are cleaned professionally before their next delivery and their user-friendly website makes it easier to order yours now.

Pop in a Box

Pop in a Box is a subscription service that offers you a vast range of Funko Pops collectible figures, exclusive releases, and a lot more at a very reasonable price. They offer you multiple options to take a start such as you can receive 1 pop a month and it will cost you £8.49 + P&P. You can also upgrade your subscription plan to 12 pops a month. They guarantee you that there are no secret handshakes and you can pause or cancel your subscription anytime. This is one of the best subscriptions for all those collectors out there. The thing which we love about Pop in a Box is that their customer service is so friendly and are always there to help you.

Brainboost

Brainboost is a bit different from the above-mentioned subscription boxes as they approach you with different creative and educational boxes.  They offer you boxes for children of all ages from 2 to 12 years old. They assure you that with their subscription you will see a noticeable difference in your child’s development and there’s no commitment so you can pause or cancel your subscription anytime you want.

toucanBox

 This is a subscription box that was developed by some educational experts and each month they deliver a box right at your doorsteps and allow your kid to learn something new with the play. They present every single box beautifully and it’s full of books and materials that will surely help your children to build and develop curious and critical thinking. toucanBox helps you to build a strong bond with your children with their new projects every month.

This was pretty much it for today as we’ve shared 4 of the best kids subscription boxes you can try out. You can also share your thoughts with us by dropping a comment section below.

 

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Fun with Peppa Pig Educational Toys

Fun with Peppa Pig Educational Toys

We’ve been through Peppa Pig with Isabelle, and now Freddie is a huge fan with George being his favourite character. It was such a treat to be sent a selection of Peppa Pig Fun Educational Toys from Trends UK and even more so that he now has his own little home office set up.

It’s great how fun characters are made into toys that have playability as well as having educational properties which ticks all the boxes from a parenting point of view.

count with me Peppa Pig toy displayed with the counting coins

Peppa Pig Count with Peppa – Available from Amazon

Peppa Pig Count with Peppa helps develop counting skills, colours, and picture recognition as each coin has a picture of a different character on it. The coins are a nice size for toddlers’ hands and easy to push into the purse and retrieve by themselves.

There are two modes of play which you can select by a switch on the side of Peppa.

Numbers – Pop one of the coins into Peppa’s purse and she will count the coins as you push them in. She also asks you to find different coins such as ‘find a coin with 8 birds on it’ and will tell you well done when you’ve posted it in.

Colours – Peppa will tell you the colours of the coins as you post them into her purse. She will tell you well done if you get it right or gives you an oops if it’s the wrong one.

There are two buttons above the coin slot. One is to activate the colours and numbers game and the other plays popular Peppa Pig songs that your little ones can join in with.

A toddler boy playing with Peppa Pig Count with Peppa toy

Our Thoughts

This toy is suitable from age 2 and is a great way to introduce them to numbers and colours. Freddie loves finding things so likes the option to find the character or the correct colours. There’s a volume control on the back of Peppa which Freddie of course likes to switch it to the loudest mode. This is a lovely toy that can be played with time again and gets a thumbs up from us.

A Peppa Pig Laugh and Learn Laptop still in the box

Peppa Pig Laugh & Learn Laptop – Available from Amazon

What child doesn’t like their own laptop! This Peppa Pig Laugh & Learn laptop has lots of features including letters, numbers, objects, and musical instruments. The screen lights up and has fun sounds and music. It’s also got a carry handle so it’s a great option for out and about.

There are four option buttons on the righthand side.

Mystery – Peppa asks you to select any button and she will tell you what that is.

Quiz – She will ask you a question or ask you to find something, and you have to select the correct button for the answer.

What can you find – Peppa will ask you to find something such as the recorder or the birds and will make a twinkly sound when you get it right.

Music notes – The buttons turn into notes and funny sounds.

There are also two musical note buttons on the left which play little tunes.

The Peppa Pig Laugh & Learn Laptop is suitable from 2 years.

Toddler boy playing with the Peppa Pig Laugh and Learn Laptop

Our Thoughts

Freddie couldn’t wait to get this out of the box. He loves role play and was very excited about having a laptop just like Mummy. I think the music option and funny noises are his favourite activity. We initially thought that the screen was a touch screen as Peppa asked us to select the birds or the coins, but these are selectable through the shape and puddle buttons on the keyboard.

I set us up side by side which Freddie was very pleased with. He did a very funny impression of me working, although I’m sure I’m not as bossy as he was on the phone!

A Peppa Pig Flip and Learn Phone still in the box

Peppa Pig Flip & Learn Phone – Available from Amazon

This easy to flip Peppa Pig Flip & Learn Phone has colourful buttons which can be pressed to talk to various Peppa Pig characters. There is also a little quiz and keys to answer the phone when it rings. They can even pretend to take photos just like a real phone.

The Peppa Pig Flip & Learn Phone is suitable from 2 years.

Toddler boy playing with the Peppa Pig Flip and Learn Phone

Our Thoughts

The phone paired with the laptop pleased Freddie very much as he pretended he was working alongside me. He was phoning people up to tell them that he was working including Nanny and Daddy. He loved it when it rang back at him and he had to answer his ‘work calls’.

It was funny to watch him pretend to be doing my job. I’m not really sure that my kids know what I do other than bash away on my laptop. As a Mum, overall these toys are what you would expect from toys for this age group. Fun but with an educational value. There are noise control buttons on the toys, but the options are loud and louder!

If you have a Peppa Pig fan, you can of course buy all of the above Peppa Pig Educational Toys from Amazon BUT you can also head on over to my Facebook Page where you can WIN a Peppa Laugh & Learn Laptop just in time for Christmas.

*We were sent the above-mentioned Peppa Pig toys for the purpose of review. All our thoughts and opinions are our own. 

Peppa Pig Count with Peppa toy showing the coins that slot into the purse

 

 

Review: Sainsbury’s Lentil Dahl Soup

Sainsbury’s Lentil Dahl Soup

Now that we’re nearly at the end of October the weather has definitely taken a turn, it’s officially soup weather.

We always have tinned soup in the cupboard as it’s a great option to have when we’re rushing around with the kids and we want something warm and filling. My all-time favourite soup is tomato soup, preferably with a stack of bread but is also amazing with cheese on toast.

A pot of Sainsbury's Lentil Dahl soup in a bowl with a spoon

Sainsbury’s Lentil Dahl Soup

However, I also love beans and pulses so this Lentil Dahl soup ticks all the boxes.

Sainsbury’s Lentil Dahl Soup is packed with carrots, potatoes, tomatoes, lentils, and chickpeas with a blend of fragrant spices.

It’s a lovely chunky soup that didn’t need any extra seasoning.

The use-by date is always really good on these fresh soups but you can also freeze them.

A bowl of Sainsbury's Lentil Dahl Soup in a bowl with naan bread on the side

Our Thoughts

I loved this soup.

It ticked all of the boxes in terms of texture and taste and was really filling having half the pot with a couple of mini naan breads.

This soup is only £1.60 and lasted for two lunchtime meals making it 80p per portion so very affordable.

I would definitely buy this soup again. Give the Lentil Dahl Soup a try yourself next time you pop into Sainsbury’s.

*This was a sponsored post but all thoughts and opinions are my own. 

A bowl of Lentil Dahl soup with naan bread on the side

 

Review: Tesco Finest Maple Bacon & Extra Mature Cheddar Quiche

Tesco Finest Maple Bacon & Extra Mature Cheddar Quiche

Quiche is quite a versatile dish and as a kid, I remember it only being something we had at a party as part of a buffet. This Tesco Finest Maple Bacon & Extra Mature Cheddar Quiche looks a lot fancier than the ones that we used to have.

Tesco Finest Maple Bacon & Extra Mature Cheddar Quiche

When you think of quiche, generally Quiche Lorraine or Cheese and Onion Quiche spring to mind but there are so many other fillings that can be added to a quiche that can be enjoyed as a lunch option or part of a hearty meal.

My eldest had a bit of a thing for broccoli quiche which had a tomato base when he was younger. He would have quite happily have eaten this every day if we’d let him.

Hot or Cold?

Which side of the fence do you sit? My Mum and Dad always used to put the quiche in the oven and have it with salad and all the trimmings (beetroot, coleslaw, and such likes) as my Mum used to call them.

I prefer mine cold and will happily have it with salad as part of a meal or as a quick and easy lunch option to take to work with me as it’s really filling. Having said that, the pastry crust is crispier if you put it in the oven.

Tesco Finest Maple Bacon & Extra Mature Cheddar Quiche

Tesco Finest Maple Bacon & Extra Mature Cheddar Quiche

I’m expecting good things from this quiche as it’s part of the Tesco’s Finest range.

The quiche is topped with slices of streaky Maple Bacon and cooked with extra mature Cheddar Cheese.

It can be eaten hot (cook in 20 minutes) or cold and can also be frozen to eat at a later date.

Our Thoughts

The quiche looks yummy and was tested by myself and my eleven-year-old daughter, Isabelle.

It tasted as good as it looked. There wasn’t too much pastry or too much filling, it was just right. The bacon was evenly distributed and there was bacon in each bite. It’s quite naughty as it contains butter, cream, and cheese, but as a treat, this would be nice.

This would be delicious hot as well as cold.

I would definitely buy this quiche again and may get one and freeze it for our Boxing Day buffet.

*This was a sponsored post but all thoughts and opinions are my own. 

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Book Review: Find Your Why – Joanne Mallon

Find Your Why – Joanne Mallon

When I was asked to review Find Your Why – Joanne Mallon I jumped at the chance. I’m not a particularly ‘Woo’ person, but I think there’s definitely something about positive thinking, setting goals, and a positive mindset.

find you why - Joanne Mallon Book review

If you look at people who you consider to be successful, they all have a very common attribute. They set goals and make them happen. What’s the saying “from small seeds grow big oak trees” or something along those lines. The gist of it being that the seed is the idea, and every step you take is watering and nurturing that tree until one day the tree is a flourishing oak.

Setting goals and then breaking that goal down into manageable pieces makes it more achievable. Your goal won’t be the same as the person sitting next to you, and your version of success in life and career won’t be the same either.

Book Review - Find Your Why - Joanne Mallon

Find Your Why by Joanne Mallon is a very easy read which gives you much food for thought.

This book helps you discover ‘Your Why’ and is packed full of loads of tips and advice which will enable you to work out what these are and reach them. Knowing what you want in life is the driving force behind why we do the things we do.

Essentially we are in control of our lives and future lives, and setting goals and putting things in motion gives us a good sense of wellbeing and positivity.

This book makes you sit and think about what you want in life and how you can make it possible.

Book Review - Find Your Why - Joanne Mallon

My Thoughts

My first thought is how gorgeous the book looks and feels with the embossed front cover and nice thick white paper. The book is also full of inspirational quotes which I really like anyway, and they also make you stop and think about what they mean for you.

This book made me stop and think about a lot of things that I want to achieve both personally and professionally

I’ve got quite a few goals on the go at the moment with the top two being:

Buying a house – this is something we’ve been working towards for a while and hopefully, it won’t be too long before this box is ticked.

Scaling my business – I freelance as a Virtual Assistant and I love it but want to set up multiple income streams so that I can work flexibly around my kids whilst enjoying life.

Overall I really enjoyed this book and even better is that’s it’s not a one-time read. I know that I’ll be rereading this book time and again so that I can recap and refocus on whatever it is I want to achieve.

I would definitely recommend this book. Joanne also writes a blog www.opposablethumbsblog.com

*This post may contain affiliate links which means that I receive a small payment should you click the link and make a purchase at no extra cost to yourself.

Some of the Top Tips for Freebie Fans

Some of the Top Tips for Freebie Fans

1. Don’t believe everything you read

A big thing that you ought to do when you are trying to apply for some freebies is avoiding believing everything that you read. While it may sound great that you are applying for a chance to win a lot of money, the chances of that happening are slim to none. The fact is, freebies are offered by companies for a reason. They know that it costs a lot of money to acquire a customer. Therefore, they are typically willing and able to give out free samples of products to try to increase their customer acquisitions and to decrease their customer acquisition costs. As a result, you shouldn’t expect too much with freebies. You are generally not going to get too much with them. At best, you’re getting a small trial-size version of the product they are selling.

2. Avoid unrealistic expectations

To go even further, you want to avoid thinking that you are getting something extreme. When applying for freebies, you won’t end up disappointed if you go into it with realistic expectations. You want to understand why the company is giving away their products and use them when coming up with your expectations. The company is giving away free products because they are looking to turn you into a paying customer. The last thing you want to do is go into a free samples UK with another kind of mindset. The company that you are getting a freebie from is not doing it to be nice. Rather, they are doing it to acquire more customers.

3. Always Ask

When you are looking to try to score some freebies, you want to try to ask as many companies as possible. A lot of companies will certainly be willing to offer you free products if you ask. You need to go ahead and email companies if you want them to give you free products. A lot of companies will be perfectly fine with giving out free products as long as you make it known you want them. 

4. Don’t Have Guilt

A lot of people end up feeling guilty because they ask for free products. The truth is, this is a natural feeling. When you are getting more than you feel like you deserve, you may tend to feel guilty. However, these companies aren’t doing it to be nice. Rather, they are doing it to try to gain more customers and more market share. Therefore, you don’t want to allow your guilt to enter the equation and cause you to lose out on potential free products.

5. Use A Different Email

The last thing you want to do is sign up for a bunch of freebies using your primary email address. You must use a new email address when you are looking to signup for freebies. This is the best way to ensure that you don’t have your primary address flooded with spam from the companies that you are requesting freebies from. You can find the infographic here.

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Kangaroo Beach – The Great New Show from Nick Jr.

Kangaroo Beach – The Great New Show from Nick Jr for Pre-schoolers.

Kangaroo Beach is a great new water safety beach show aimed at pre-school aged children. We live in Devon so we’re close to multiple beaches and is definitely a happy place for us as a family. Freddie loves anything water-based and we can’t wait to get him water confidence safely when we’re able to book swimming lessons for him.

Kangaroo Beach is the Newest show on Nick Jr for Preschool children

What is Kangeroo Beach?

Kangaroo Beach is a 26 x 11’ minute animated surf-safety series for preschoolers and their families produced by Cheeky Little Media and created by Tim Bain, who has also written for PJ Masks, Go Jetters, Bluey, Fireman Sam, and Bob the Builder among other shows for a slightly older audience.
Kangaroo Beach is about four young animal friends, Pounce, Gemma, Neville, and Frizzy, who spend an action-packed summer at the spectacular Kangaroo Beach, training as junior cadets with their lifeguard heroes. When an emergency breaks out, the cadets step up to help keep the water safe.
The series will appeal to young audiences by exploring the wonders of water play, whilst helping to promote an essential message about water safety in every episode. All the water safety advice from water safety professionals is accredited by the Swimming Teachers Association, the Uk’s reputable water safety charity.
The message behind the show is to inspire swimmers in a way that promotes safe water play which as parents is top of the list.

Kangaroo Beach Characters

There are four main characters:

Pounce

Pounce is a super Jumping Joey who wants to be a big muscly hero like Bondi.
Pounce the Super Jumping Joey from Kangaroo Beach

Frizzy

Frizzy is a Fabulous Koala Bear – the most adorable star on the beach!

Gemma

Gemma the Platypus is a Champion Cadet who loves exploring the ocean and meeting new sea creatures.

Neville

Neville is a hairy-nosed wombat and expert sandcastle digger!
Neville the Hairy Nosed Wombat from Kangaroo Beach
As well as Sandy, Big Trev, Bondi and Lin, and Wei.

What we thought of Kangaroo Beach

Well first and foremost, it stopped Freddie in his tracks. When he finds a show that he likes, he goes into a telly-trance. We always say that a bomb could go off and he wouldn’t notice until the electricity went out!
We loved it! Freddie asked when he was going to the beach next, and can he learn to surf. I think we might teach him to swim before we let him loose with a bodyboard.
I thought it was a great show, not too long, and great characters. One of the phrases on the show was the highlight for me “On it like a seagull on a Chip”! I’m going to try and get that into a conversation this week.
As it was our last day in isolation (contact) we created our own little beach scene and Freddie pretended he was swimming whilst he watched. It didn’t last long before he slipped back into his telly-trance. I even caught Belle (10) glued to the TV.
We loved it and have already watched several episodes.
Toddler boy sitting quietly watching television
Kangaroo Beach is available on Nick Jr weekday at 09.30 – make sure you watch it!
You can also catch it on the Kangeroo Beach YouTube Channel.
Find our what we’re using and loving at the moment on our Competitions and Reviews Page.
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WIN a Dior J’adore Absolu Sample with Free Stuff UK

WIN a Dior J’adore Absolu Sample with Free Stuff UK

Fancy a chance of winning a sample of Dior J’adore Absolu with Free Stuff UK? It’s as simple as signing up for Free Stuff UK! Receive daily emails pinpointing loads of great freebies and offers on everyday items as well as some luxury items including this Dior perfume sample.

Dior J'adore Absolu Perfume Bottle

Dior J’adore Absolu has the essence of ylang-ylang with its floral-fruity notes and essence of Damascus Rose from Turkey blend with a rare duo of Jasmine Grandiflorum from Grasse and Indian Sambac Jasmine with fruity and voluptuous sensuality.

This perfume retails at £110 for a 75ml bottle.

Like FREE Stuff?

Everybody loves a freebie right? It’s a great way of trying out new products as well as saving some of our hard earned cash. Here are just a few of the great offers at the moment:

  • Free Stardrops Pink Stuff Cleaning Bundle
  • Grap a Free Detol package
  • A Free Carolina Herrera Lipstick
  • A Free Coca-Cola Crate
  • Free Pura Baby Wipes

For your chance to get a sample of this and many other great FREE offers, sign up to Free Stuff UK.

Find our what we’re using and loving at the moment on our Competitions and Reviews Page.

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Family Fun at Paulos Circus Topsham

Family Fun at Paulos Circus Topsham

This weekend we had the pleasure of visiting Paulos Circus at Darts Farm in Topsham. it’s a fantastic setting with plenty of parking and the appeal of coffee, cake, and ice cream afterwards.

Aerial Acrobat performing in the air at Paulos Circus

We visited when they were there back in 2017 so we knew we were in for a treat – Paulos Circus 2017.

Paulos Circus has been entertaining the nation since 1816. Isabelle’s Tour is a mixture of traditional circus acts presented with a 21st-century twist. 

The excitement builds once the Big Top is insight. The walk there today was a soggy one, but it definitely didn’t put a dampener on the experience.

Poroto the Clown doing ladder tricks in Paulos Circus

I went with my sister and her daughter. As well as my two. I wasn’t sure if Freddie was going to sit still but he was mesmerised throughout the show as there are so many different acts to see as well as all the lighting and effects.

An Aerial gymnast performing in the Paulos Circus

We wore masks until we were seated. As we were seated ringside, there were plastic partitions between each family group and a one-way system in and out of the tent. There were also hand sanitisers at the entrance and in the toilets.

What to Expect

The show was Go….Go…..Go throughout with act after act providing non-stop entertainment. 

The acts included: 

Juggling
Balancing 
Aerial Gymnastics 
Aerial Cube Gymnastics 
Ladder walking (not sure if that’s the technical term, but you’ll know what I mean)
Trapeze Artist 
A Fairy on a tightrope
A Robot and a Spaceship

And not forgetting Poroto the clown who we saw in between each act – he was absolutely hilarious. 

There were refreshments available on a cash-only basis so don’t forget to take some cash on the day.

The show lasted around 75 minutes and it went by really quickly. 

It is loud in the big top and there are a lot of flashing lights. I did notice a couple of children wearing ear defenders, but my three-year-old and ten-year-old were absolutely fine without. 

Paulos Circus gymnastics act

How much are the tickets? 

Isabelle’s Tour is at Dart’s Farm until the 25th July with plenty of shows available and then on to Newquay for the rest of the Summer. 

The tickets are £8 per person which is a very reasonable price. Under 2’s are FREE.

These can be prebooked or bought on the gate, but personally, I’m not sure I would risk the disappointment of being turned away. You can book your Paulos Circus Tickets Here.

For all updates, it’s best to follow their Facebook Page

A Spaceship landing with an alien emerging as part of the Paulos Circus performance

Our Thoughts 

Right from the beginning, I thought it was well thought out with a one-way system and hand sanitisers available on arrival. The Big Top wasn’t packed full of people, there was plenty of room and in terms of COVID and social distancing, I felt that we didn’t have any issues at all. 

The show was fantastic. There was something going on all of the time which just keeps the excitement going throughout. I wasn’t sure if Freddie was going to sit still as he has no experience of sitting in this kind of setting as he was only 18 months old when the pandemic hit. However, he was mesmerised by the lights and the acts. He joined in with the clapping and laughed throughout. My daughter and niece enjoyed it so much and again joined in wholeheartedly. 

I love the circus and the atmosphere was brilliant. Everybody was clapping along and laughing the whole time. The performers give 100% to their acts and it shines throughout the acts.

To see more of the acts have a look at our Day’s Out Highlights over on our Instagram account.

*We were gifted tickets to attend the Paulos Circus to enable us to provide an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are our own.

 

Trying New Recipes with Hello Fresh

Trying New Recipes with Hello Fresh

After months and months of seeing posts on meal subscription boxes, we finally took the plunge and ordered our first Hello Fresh box a couple of weeks ago.

I got a referral code from a fellow blogger so that she received a discount off her next order which is quite a nice thing to do.

You can sign up via the website or via the App (iphone and Android). I downloaded the App which is so easy to use.

The choice of meals is really good, and there are several different categories to suit your palette including Family Recipes, Quick Meals and Chef’s choice.

How does it work?

When you first download the App you will be asked for your preferences. Ours are family meals and quick meals which as a busy Mum takes the hassle out of looking for new recipes that both kids will eat and we will enjoy also. You select the number of people the meals are for. There are four of us, but Freddie doesn’t eat very much and Chris has quite large portions so we opted for the four people. Then you pick how many recipes you want per week. We opted for three and then the rest of the week we eat relatively simple meals. I’ve started to meal plan which works so well for us, and reduces the food shopping bill as well as my sanity at having to come up with seven meals each week. Choose your delivery date and enter your payment details. It’s as simple as that! All of the food comes already portioned into the exact amount that you need for the recipe. The meat and chilled products come in a separate insultated bag with cool packs and the remaining ingredients come in numbered brown paper bags each relating to the correct recipe card. The cards are really easy to follow and can be kept to use time and again.

Choosing what to eat

This is the fun part. It’s like ordering from a menu. If you don’t make a selection one week, it will be made for you based on the preferences you have chosen which could be a nice way to try something new. Otherwise you just log into you app and make your weekly meal choices. I’ve included Belle in the meal selection as she’s become quite particular about what she eats reently which is hopefully just a phase.

Are you locked into the subscription?

Absolutely not. You can pause the subscription whenever you want and reinstate it again when you’re ready. So if you’re going on holiday you would pause for the duration, but you could change the delivery date so that you get a box the day that you get back when there’s usually nothing in the fridge.

What about all the packaging?

This was one of the things that I had thought about before placing an order. As everything comes pre-measured there are a lot of little sachets and plastic packaging to enable this to reach our door as fresh as it can be BUT Hello Fresh have obviously thought all of this through and you can read about there commitment to sustainability and reduced carbon foot print here. Receiving your ingredients individually portioned means a reduction in food waste which is a huge thumbs up.

Our thoughts

I love it! I love a subscription box or service and the time it saves me constantly looking for new ideas to feed the family. Our first box was discounted, and there are always lots of discounts around for new customers. We thought that the price of the boxes after the initial discount was a little bit pricey, but having said that, the rest of the week we eat relatively simple meals such as pasta, jacket potatoes and salads so it evens out the cost of the shopping.

We’ve had three deliveries so far and there’s only two meals that we’ve enjoyed all the meals except maybe a couple of dishes. One was a pasta dish that just didn’t have enough flavour for us and the other was lovely but took a lot longer to make than the recipe card stated.

This post isn’t an #AD in any way as we are paying for this subscription ourselves, but if you would like to try a box and get a £42 discout (essentially a FREE box) then send me a DM through Instagram for the code.