Graze Jaffa Cakes
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Review of "Graze Jaffa Cakes"
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I’m always on the look out for healthy snacks and food, as I try (and occasionally succeed!) to eat a reasonably healthy balanced diet. When I discovered Graze.com I was intrigued to know whether the healthy snacks that they advertise on the television and radio were actually as tasty as they made out, so I signed up. Well after a year of receiving a box a week of their tasty goodies, I’ve decided to start reviewing them so others can take advantage of them.Graze Jaffa Cakes are a cute little take on the humble jaffa cake, and are supposedly healthy for you too. Instead of the little biscuit (or is that cake?) that we are used to, we get in a little 45g punnet of roasted hazelnuts, some orange infused raisins and some dark chocolate buttons. The nutritional information is provided with your snacks each week and for the jaffa cakes is: -
Of which Saturates: 4g.
I would also say here that I find that even though this is only a small little 45g punnet, it fills me up and keeps me going for hours, keeping the hunger away. I’ve found some of Graze snacks are a little hit and miss when it comes to being filling, but I think that the jaffa cake one definitely hits the mark. As I’m not tempted to snack on anything else after this, I find that it does work as a healthy alternative to a packet of crisps or chocolate bar from the works vending machine. In addition, the proportions of the snack also add to the healthy aspect of it, as there are generally only 3 or 4 chocolate buttons, with a whole host of raisins and hazelnuts. I like to split the chocolate buttons into two pieces so as to increase the number of jaffa cakes I can make when eating these.So to sum up the jaffa cake snack from Graze, I would recommend anyone who is currently a Graze.com user to try these if they haven’t already done so. Anyone considering trying out Graze should definitely consider putting these on their initial list of things to try as it really is impressive just how tasty and true to a jaffa cake they taste. It should also be noted that these only really work as a healthy alternative as part of a balanced diet, and it does have more calories and fat in it than a single actual jaffa cake has. It contains the same amount of carbohydrate as a single jaffa cake too, but I think the point here is most people don’t just eat one jaffa cake at a sitting. Certainly one to add to your like list.
Product Information : Graze Jaffa Cakes
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Listed on Ciao since: 26/02/2014