Friday, 23 December 2011

Belvita Breakfast Biscuits

Being a busy mum on the go, with 2 little ones to feed, It's rare i get 5 minutes to sit down and eat breakfast, so when asked if I would like to review Belvita breakfast biscuits I, obviously, said yes.

I was sent the new Belvita Breakfast Yogurt Crunch.
A new variant that has just been launched, consisting of two crunchy Breakfast Biscuits sandwiched together by a creamy live yogurt filling.  It provides a source of calcium and is the only biscuit in the UK to contain live yogurt cultures. The Belvita Breakfast Yogurt Crunch is made with five wholegrains, is rich in cereals, provides a source of fibre and calcium and contains a selection of vitamins and minerals including vitamin E, thiamin, niacin, calcium, magnesium and iron.

It is important to eat Belvita as part of a balanced breakfast and is recommended that it is eaten along with a portion of fruit, a plain yogurt and a hot drink (tea or coffee), or juice.

I like to enjoy my Belvita with a glass of cold apple juice, and a variety of fruits, including apple, orange, or grapes. If eating with orange or grapes i prepare the night before once my little lovely's are in bed and store in the fridge in a sealed container, ready to eat in the morning rush.

Well it wasn't just a big hit with me, but also Jack who would eat his own breakfast and them come over for a Belvita too. Now we walk down the biscuit isle and he spots them and gets excited trying to reach out for them out of the trolley. For those who aren't aware Jack is 18 months.

The biscuit is delicious, and I would liken it to a digestive, but nicer and the yogurt filling was really creamy and really compliments the biscuit.

This is a breakfast that now features regulary on my shopping list, as it's tasty, quick, and something I can even eat on the school run, or on our way to toddlers.

It retails for around £2.50 or less for 8 biscuits and is available from morrisons, sainsburys, asda and tesco.

Try them, you will be pleasantly surprised, Loren x

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