Degustabox Review and Pomegranate and Goats Cheese Salad


Tuesday 7 October 2014

Degustabox Review and Pomegranate and Goats Cheese Salad

September's Degustabox was another good one. I think the best thing about these boxes is that you try new things. Some you like, some not so much, but I can guarentee that I would never have thought of purchasing some of the products before having tasted them in my Degustabox. Here is this month's list of products and my thoughts.

Burts Lentil Waves: These were fantastic. Really tasty and I would certainly buy them again. The only problem being is that they are sold in Waitrose and I shop online at Tesco. I enjoyed all the flavours and love that they are less than 100 calories a bag.

Jordans Simply Granola: We are already fans of Jordans Granola, and I will be using some to make this lovely plum crumble.

Pick Up!: These are really nice biscuits. The boys loved them too. I preferred the milk chocolate ones.

Crabbies Zesty Lemon: Not something I would necessarily buy, but a nice tasting lemon alcopop in my opinion

Little Miracles: These were a suprise. Really nice and I would buy these again. I liked that they weren't overly sweet.

Carnation Cook with it!: Great to have in the cupboard to make a quick sauce. My boys love pasta so it was nice to make a quick and easy carbonara using this.

Elizabeth Shaw: Dark Chocolate Mint Thins - difficult to go wrong with these.

Righteous: These dressings were lovely and really made a salad taste good. I really liked these, especially the raspberry and sweet basil.

If you would like to try Degustabox for yourself, you can get a £3 discount using the code 4784547

Pomegranate and goats cheese salad

Pomegranate and Goats Cheese Salad

Ingredients (serves 1)

Half a bag of salad leaves.
50g of Pomegranate seeds
Goats cheese
Righteous raspberry and sweet basil dressing
A slice of bread
Mixed herbs

ingredients for pomegranate and goats cheese salad

Mix the salad leaves, pomegranate and raspberry and sweet basil dressing together. Crumble over the goats cheese.

Make homemade croutons by cutting a slice of bread into chunks and sprinkling with mixed herbs. Then toast them in a small amount of oil.

homemade croutons

Add the croutons to the salad and enjoy.

Pomegranate and goats cheese salad

I was given a degustabox for the purpose of this review but the opinions here are my own.

Tasty Tuesdays on

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