Wednesday, 24 August 2016

Tortillas and Crackers - A Review Post

The children and I just got back from a lovely family break at Center Parcs Woburn.  



We had a great time but there was a lot of prep to do beforehand.  We had to decide between spending more to eat out each night and for snacking or to pack some things to take along with us and save us some money, we decided on a bit of both.

I was lucky enough to have received some lovely goodies from both Santa Maria and Thomas J Fudge which accompanied us on the journey.  



The Santa Maria goodies are products I've used before and come back to time and time again.  They are good value for money, the seasoning mix is around £1.79 and tortillas are available at £1.59 prices may vary).  I used these items to prepare the teen a Quorn and avocado wrap for lunch and the teen boys in our group ate salsa on almost everything.





The meal was really easy to prepare and the seasoning gave the Quorn a mild spicy flavour that was very enjoyable.

I left the Thomas J Fudge items on the main table for group snacking in the hopes I could receive some non solicited, honest opinions.  




Some of the words that were used to describe them were, ''Moreish, tasty, addictive, and strangely addictive."  These comments were mostly in reference to the Punchy Jalapeno flavour and the Thai Chilli flavour mini wafers but the Almond & Cranberry and Hazelnut & Apple crackers were also amongst the favourites.  


Thomas J Fudge are a bit more of a luxury brand than my usual crackers and are priced in the region of £2.25 - £4 per pack, but are well worth it for a treat.  These savoury snacks would make a great accompaniment to a cheese and wine night or as one of the boxes (Sunflower & Caraway, my new favourites) suggests, "Topped with a sumptuous slab of pâté."

This is a review post, all opinions are my own.  I have been given the food items for the purpose of this review. 
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