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Foodie Post: Yum Yum Tree Fudge

Time to shine a spotlight on another foodie fave of mine. Made in the UK in a range of delicious flavours, Yum Yum Tree Fudge is made with more dairy than most fudge – except for their dairy free fudge that is! 
I took advantage of a recent offer and made an order of a bunch of flavours, they have an extensive list of choices, offering not only dairy free but also diabetic friendly fudge. 

Flavours I picked; Double Ginger, Rum & Raisin, Strawberries and Cream, Chocolate Mint, Salted Caramel, Madagascan Vanilla, Dairy Free Coconut. 

The dairy free one is made with coconut milk – my only complaint is that it’s not quite coconutty enough – some desiccated coconut in there would boost the flavour. 

The fudge can be stored in the fridge or even frozen – if you can resist that long. 

To order visit their website, my delivery was super quick and totally satisfying. 

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Flavourly Gourmet Box

Snack/foodie boxes are a big thing at the moment and Flavourly is looking to corner the gourmet market.

Their fully packed box features a range of items from brands big and small. There are snacks, sauces, cooking ingredients.

This month’s box is jammed full of flavours. From Taste5’s Umami Paste to Mallow and Marsh’s marshmallow bar. Vegetable crisps from Scrubbys and Pili Pili Sauce from Ma Robert’s.

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Can’t wait to get in the kitchen! Boxes start from £17, but you can get your first box for £7 including P&P here.

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