Degustabox October 2016

Degustabox October 2016

It’s Degustabox time again!

For those of you that don’t know, Degustabox is a subscription box that sends you new snacks, food and cooking ingredients to try each month.

Here’s what was in the October 2016 Degustabox!

Degustabox October 2016 pitch

Pitch Choco Bar

Pitch is a regular brand in the Degustabox, it seems like they now have a new product which is a brioche roll with a chocolate bar in the middle!



Degustabox October 2016 souper

I AM SOUPER // £1.49

I feel ripped off here because I’ve been referring to myself as souper every time I eat soup for years. I should have copyrighted that.

These soups are high in protein, so perfect for fitness fans like me! It’s also low in fat and comes in 4 different flavours.

The price isn’t actually that bad, protein products like this are usually way more and I wouldn’t have been surprised if it had been priced around £3.

Degustabox October 2016 yushoi

Yushoi Snapea Rice Sticks // £1.99.

I love these and have reviewed the full range before, so yum! I ate all these in one go. Doom.

Degustabox October 2016 heinz kids

Heinz Kid’s Shapes and Pasta Sauce.

I don’t have kids so these aren’t my favourite thing, but I could always do with some pasta sauce!

Minon shaped pasta and minion sauce are sure to go down well wth minion fans both young and old. The pasta is made from 50% whole wheat and the sauce has no added sugar or salt.

Degustabox October 2016 beloved

Beloved Date Fruit Hearts // 75p

These are adorable, packets of 5 heart shaped dates that come in different flavours. I’ve tried the orange one and it’s delicious! If you’re a fan of Nakd bars, you’ll love these.

They’re suitable for vegans and gluten free. They make an ideal snack or a good addition to breakfast. I bet they would also look cute on as the topping to a smoothie bowl!

Degustabox October 2016 maggie fusian

Maggi Fusian Noodles // £1.39

I know Maggie noodles seem to have become popular over the last few years, but I’ve never actually tried any myself. I was more of a Super Noodle kind of girl. Actually, that’s a lie. I was more if a Tesco Value Noodles kind of girl when they cost 8p a go. I’m looking forward to try this when I can’t be bothered to cook properly.

Degustabox October 2016 levi roots

Levi Roots Smokey BBQ Coat ‘n Cook // £1

These are ideal for adding flavours to your meat, ribs, or fish. Or vegetables for me.

You can get them in Jerk, Ginger Beer and Smokey BBQ.

Degustabox October 2016 hershey's

Hershey’s Cookies ‘n’ Creme // £1.00

Hershey’s is the iconic American brand. Famous of Hershey’s Kisses and now it’s available in most UK supermarkets at a fairly decent price. When supermarkets first started stocking American brands, they were so expensive but now they’re not that bad!

Degustabox October 2016 jim jams

JimJams 83% Less Sugar Milk Chocolate Spread // £2.59

I’m pretty sure that this has been in the box before, I love a chocolate spread but I’m totally the type of girl that will just eat a spoon full. Bad.

This has less sugar than normal chocolate spread which means less guilt. Yay.

Degustabox October 2016 robinsons squash'd

Robinsons Squash’d Orange // £2.49

I love these little things. I’ve tried them in different brands before and supermarkets own. They’re great for going to the gym too to fill your water bottle up if you don’t like drinking just water 🙂

You can get your own Degustabox with £7 off using this code: FAZHX from Degustabox.

Which product would you most like to try?




  1. November 11, 2016 / 8:43 am

    Jim Jams is delicious! I actually think I prefer it to Nutella – taste wise there’s no difference but the reduced sugar really sells it to me, especially when I’m finding ways to eat it every single day!

    Sarah 🙂
    Saloca in Wonderland

  2. November 15, 2016 / 5:50 pm

    Those little Robinsons Squash’d pouches are a godsend. So easy to keep in your bag for popping in water.

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