Sunday, 30 August 2015

Review- Shaken Udder NEW Salted Caramel Milkshake

I made the obligatory stop off at some Services when on the trip down to my Nanny Dearest's last week - Some Lunch and a stretch of the old legs was much needed! As I perused the sandwich section of Waitrose, I spotted this NEW Salted Caramel Milkshake by Shaken Udder for £1.29 - Far cheaper than a coffee.. If only I had drank it there and then rather than being swayed by a Costa and bringing the thing home with me, instead! 

Discover the deliciously decadent combination of sweet and salt. A fantastical milkshake that blends the smooth taste of golden caramel and the finest Maldon sea salt. Bottled bliss nom nom nom. 

My on-off allergy alarm was going 19 to the dozen upon opening the bottle - It smelt of banana!? I dubiously took a sip and thankfully, wasn't killed off there and then as it was luxurious creamy caramel all the way! It was perfectly sweetened and not overly sickly which was surprising given how thick the milkshake was - I felt it had a toffee yogurt sort of vibe to it! Was it salty, I hear you ask? Well.. I can't say, I found it to be particularly so but having said that, the drink was perfectly balanced and delicious so you can't really complain to much! 

Overall, I thoroughly enjoyed my first taste of Shaken Udder with this NEW Salted Caramel flavour. I found it quite refreshing for a milky drink when had ice cold, straight from the fridge. My only quibble is why it smells like bananas.. Maybe it is just me and my nervous disposition but  I feel questions need to be asked! That aside, its a 4 out of 5 from me! 

Friday, 28 August 2015

Review- Fox's NEW Disney Frozen Ice Whirls

Who here loves, Frozen? Put your hands up where I can see them! I hope and more importantly, expect, every single one of your faces to have lit up.. If it hasn't, you may as well leave now as today it's the Fox's NEW Frozen Ice Whirls.

Given my Disney Princess status and general Fox's Biscwits fondness, I couldn't help but chuck the £1 bag into my trolley when on my Asda Biscuit Buying Binge, a few weeks ago.  

The Elsa and Olaf illustrated big bag contained 6, 25g packets of Strawberry Flavour Frozen themed Mini Biscuits - No reflection to the Ice Whirls name whatsoever but alas! 

Each packet contained half a dozen 50p sized biscuits with character designs as well as wintery snowflakes - Personally, I am most partial to Olaf! They smelt super sweet and uncanny to that of the Strawberry Milkshake powder that Nesquik did once upon a time - No doubt they have changed it now in bid to make it "healthy". Texture wise they were as expected, short and crunchy but melt in the mouth at the same time. The strawberry flavouring was definitely apparent with a taste that was a tad artificial and milky but mostly went well with the butteriness from the biscuit. An aftertaste did linger but wasn't yucky by any means!

Overall, these Fox's NEW Frozen Ice Whirls aren't to bad at all - I am sure there will be thousands of little (and big!) girls and boys up and down the country who are screaming at the prospect of having them in their lunch box as well as being far less pernickety about the naming of the product! Yes, they may be a little artificial and ridiculously sweet (The smart aleck who says "Just like Disney" is getting a thump!) ..But what good thing isn't, after all!? Its a 3 out of 5 from me! 

Wednesday, 26 August 2015

Review- NEW Bounty and MilkyWay Spreads

Bounty Spread, people.. BOUNTY SPREAD! I almost fainted in excited when a picture of this appeared in my Twitter feed last week - Coconut means a hell of a lot to a hell of a lot of people, dontcha know! The MilkyWay Spread, was a pleasant surprise when I hopped on down to Tesco to pick up the NEW, aforementioned. 

The 200g glass jars each cost £2 each - A price I don't mind paying since the glasses make perfect juice tumblers! 

L-R Milk spread with coconut flakes, Chocolate and milk spread duo 


Me being me, I couldn't not go for the Bounty Spread first. If I am honest, I thought it smelt a bit like sawdust but it takes more than that to deter me! Taste wise, I am heartbroken to say that it was all sickly creamy milk flavour rather than the potent coconut paradise, I envisaged. The texture was silky smooth and the flakes added a grainy sort of texture which was strangely pleasant but the flavour just wasn't there to back it up - Far to sweet and not Bounty whatsoever! Its a 1.5 out of 5 from me. 


Next up, the MilkyWay Spread! It smelt as its description suggested - Chocolatey and milky! I slapped some on the Chocolate Scones, I had just made and got stuck in. At the risk of blowing my own Trumpet.. I have to say I think without my baked delight, the spread would've been pretty lack lustre! The flavour was of generic sweet chocolate with some milkiness thrown in for good measure. I am curious to know if this stuff is identical to that of the MilkyWay Stripey Tube Spread.. I am going to assume so and just be grateful I opted for the version that comes with a nice glass. Its another 1.5!

Overall, these are pants - Its as simple as that. They certainly don't exude their intended chocolate bars, with the Bounty, I feel, particularly taking the mick. What is Bounty without Coconut?! It has next to nothing in the way of coconut flavour so I am baffled to why it can be even labelled as it. The MilkyWay, you can take or leave depending if milky chocolate, floats your boat - I can see it being more popular but in the grand scheme of things, neither have a patch on the previously released Malteser Teasers Spread which was pretty darn good! Never mind and never again! 

Monday, 24 August 2015

Review- Tesco NEW Finest Mixed Red Berry Scones

Has anyone else noticed how Tesco's Bakery seems to expand ever other day? Thankfully, its not always bizarre flavours of Weirdoughs as these Finest Mixed Red Berry Scones are a NEW addition to the Fresh section - I have always been one for the classics! 

The pack of 2 scones, each weighing approximately 110g each, cost £1 - Not to unreasonable for a Finest product. 

A fluffy golden scone made with buttermilk for a lovely light texture, packed with juicy, vibrant cranberries, redcurrants and blackcurrants. 

I can't say the scone smelt of an awful lot - I couldn't even make out a berry scent. Cutting it in two, proved disappointing.. The promise of being light and fluffy was in folly as this thing was dense and nothing but! It had a very dry and stodgy texture which was prone to getting stuck to the roof of my mouth - I did have to put some butter and jam on to be able to eat the thing as it was virtually unpalatable without! The berries were about the only good element in being big and juicy with a tart yet fruity flavour - Not that, that ever could rescue a poor excuse of a scone. 

Overall, I feel quite cheated by these NEW Mixed Red Berry Scones - It certainly doesn't live up to its fancy pants description or Finest branding. There is a Plain as well as Belgian Chocolate version also NEW in store which I won't be putting myself through the trauma of trying.. Maybe I should be sticking with the Weirdoughs after all! Its a 1 out of 5 from me. 

Saturday, 22 August 2015

Review- Asda NEW Jaffa Cake Ice Creams

Now, this is exciting.. I have finally managed to find the Asda Jaffa Cake Ice Creams! I have been searching high and low ever since hearing about them which I swear was way before Summer had even begun. Success finally, after a lovely few days down at my Nanny Dearests in Wiltshire! 

The box of 10 individually wrapped ice creams cost £2 - 20p a pop is more than reasonable in my book! 

Luscious layers of zesty orange flavoured ice cream layered with orange jelly and soft sponge, all wrapped in a chocolate flavour shell

Size wise, it was pretty much consistent with an actual Jaffa Cake, maybe just a smidge bigger and obviously, thicker. The chocolate shell had a nice crack to it when bitten and was nice enough for a supermarket brand, ice cream coating. I couldn't really distinguish the jelly layer but with the ice cream, it certainly tasted orangey and not to artificial. The sponge layer wasn't particularly soft but did bring another texture to the table - In hindsight, it might have helped to have left the ice creams out of the freezer for a few minutes before eating! It is what it is, not to bad overall! 

I am so glad I got the chance to finally give these Jaffa Cake Ice Creams a go after pining for them for so long! They aren't life changing by any means but so much better than the abysmall Custard Cream and Bourbon Ice Creams - At least you can identify which biscuit these are meant to be! Who would have thought I'd have to go all the way to the sleepy West Country to try them? - They only have a population of about 12 people.. They could almost share a box! It's a 3 out of 5 from me!

Thursday, 20 August 2015

Review- The Grown Up Chocolate Company Glorious Coconut Hocus Pocus

As promised a few weeks ago in my review of the White Chocolate Praline Wonder Bar, here is the Glorious Coconut Hocus Pocus from The Grown Up Chocolate Company! Snape Maltings in Suffolk is once again where I picked up this bar from when I was on my Holibobs, back in July. 

The 65g of chocolate, shared over 2 bars, cost £1.99 - I was wishing and a'hoping that this one was going to be a winner as they are to bloomin expensive, not to be!

Creamy indulgent coconut ganache luxuriantly topped with an indulgent fruit and nut jumble enrobed in decadent milk chocolate 

I was a bit concerned at first as the bars had a rich, dark chocolate scent with only a subtle hint of coconut - Delicious but I was expecting a tropical paradise! Luckily, the flavour was far more potent than the smell. The coconut ganache was spot on and very creamy, with a soft bite at first but then a dense, chewy texture. Nuttiness came from, what seemed like hundreds of hazelnuts and almonds that were packed throughout as well as adding a serious crunch which was a fab contrast to all the soft elements. Citrus undertones were also present - I was surprised these went well with all the other flavours considering there was so much going on! The chocolate that coated the lot was gorgeous with its deep flavour and melt in the mouth consitency. No element was overly sweet either which is always a sign of good quality! 

Thank goodness that this offering from The Grown Up Chocolate Company was a hell of a lot better than the ridiculously sweet, White Chocolate Praline Wonder Bar, that left me so bitterly disappointed - I wouldn't have been happy to have wasted another £1.99. I will definitely be buying more when I next go away although word has it, Grown Up Chocs are now being sold in WHSmiths so if anyone finds any, please let me know as I haven't had any luck as of yet! Its a 4 out of 5  for this Glorious Coconut Hocus Pocus - It really is magical! 

Tuesday, 18 August 2015

Review- Tesco NEW Everyday Value Vegetable Sausages

I have had these Tesco NEW Everyday Value Vegetable Sausages in my freezer for quite a while now and finally decided on having them for tea one night, last week - I need to start getting through the frozen stuff so I have free space to fill with copious tubs of ice cream.. Naturally. 

The cheap as chips bag of 6, lightly seasoned onion, carrot and broccoli Veggie Sausages cost £1 - Absolute Bargain!

As instructed, I cooked my Sausies for about 20 minutes in a 200ºc oven and they turned out perfectly! 

From the delicious, peppery leek scent upon removing these beauties from the oven, I knew they were going to be delicious! As promised, an array of veggies were packed in there as well as potato and rice which produced one, super soft sausage with an outer that was beautifully golden and crisp. The onion and leek were definitely the most prominent in terms of flavour but it went well with the different veggies and wasn't by any means, to much. I was also pleased that they weren't seasoned to the point of being salty - Everything was perfectly balanced! 

Overall, I am very impressed with these NEW Vegetables Sausages and even more so since they are from Tesco's Everyday Value Range - I feel a bit of a twit for not eating them sooner! I know that soft sausages aren't everyone's thing and are often accused of being more of a Croquette than their meat counterpart.. But if you take them for what(ever) they are and don't analyse it to much, they make a very tasty tea which I suggest you get your hands on. Its a 4 out of 5, today! 

Sunday, 16 August 2015

Review- Thorntons NEW Biscuits: Caramel Squares, Wafer Rolls and Mint Chocolate Melts

I went a bit mad in Asda on Friday - The biscuit aisle was over run with NEW stuff that I just couldn't refuse. Oreo's to Fox's Frozen to a plethora of Thorntons products.. Everything went straight in my basket! 

I picked up the Caramel Squares, both Chocolate Caramel and Double Chocolate Wafer Rolls and the Mint Chocolate Melts, for £1.80 a piece. I was surprised they weren't on some sort of offer since they were NEW. 

Caramel Squares

Golden biscuit with rich caramel layer and chocolatey topping

The box contained 4, individually wrapped, packets of 2 biscuits - I wasn't expecting them to be in portions! A promising layer of caramel was revealed when I broke the biscuit in two.. I got munching and almost immediately realised that they weren't going to live up to my expectations! Although the biscuit was crunchy enough, it tasted very cheap and generic with the caramel being nondescript yet sickly. I felt the whole thing had a very European taste to it which I am sure I had as a kid on holiday.. Clearly when I didn't know any better! Its a 0.5 out of 5! 

Chocolate Caramel and Double Chocolate Wafer Rolls

Delicious crisp wafer rolls with a caramel and chocolatey filling, smothered with milk chocolate

I love wafers so these were the ones, I was most excited about trying.. It just so happens that they are the most repulsive biscuits, I have ever had! The Caramel flavour was ridiculously artificial and sweet with the quality of chocolate being equally as poor. The Double Chocolate was marginally better but still fairly disgusting with a cheap taste and strange coffee aftertaste! I can't even give them a 0.5 for having an airy crunch.. Its a big fat 0 from me! 

Mint Chocolate Melts

Delicious biscuits with a rich mint chocolate centre

Well don't these look dull? I anticipated a Viennese type biscuit but instead was presented with some thin, anaemic, hard rectangles! Taste wise, they were a bit like toothpaste. I couldn't identify any chocolate at all so it was just full on mint.. Artificial mint! The biscuit itself was lack lustre, as expected with no real flavour. Purely for being slightly more edible than the Wafers, its a 0.5 out of 5! 

These NEW Thorntons Biscuits are a train wreck! The Caramel Squares are the best out of a bad bunch and even then, I couldn't be paid to eat them again. The Wafers have left me traumatised and borderline, put off for life and thanks to the Mint Chocolate Melts, I won't need to brush my teeth for a fortnight as my mouth is toothpaste central. If the entire range isn't discontinued by Christmas, I will personally go into every supermarket up and down the country and buy the lot just so the public aren't subjected to them! Good Golly Gosh! 

Friday, 14 August 2015

Review- Mallow and Marsh: Coconut and Raspberry Marshmallows

These marshmallows were a happy accident! I was searching for new chocolate bars in the confectionery aisle of Sainsbury's and spotted them on the top shelf, just above the boxes of gifting sweets. Mallow and Marsh were not a brand I had heard of previously and given one of the flavours was coconut along with the comical slogan "Not Many Things Improve With Fire".. I was pretty much sold! 

The Mini Boxes cost £2 each - Very expensive considering they only contain 3 mallows although both flavours pride themselves on being 100% natural which does make them feel a tad more luxurious. 

As you can see, the size of the mallow cubes are anything but consistent - I feel sorry for the person who draws the short straw and gets the middle, Raspberry one! 


I reluctantly cut my marshmallow in two - I didn't want to ruin its perfect shape but I am so glad I did as inside revealed aerated, fluffy layer upon layer! It was super soft and squidgy with a chew in the mouth that I didn't want to end. The flavour was spot on from the desiccated coconut which went perfectly with the dreamy, mallowy and vanilla tones. I can't find fault, these are sheer perfection - Its a 5 out of 5 from me!


Once again, upon cutting the baby pink mallow, the gorgeously spongy layers were revealed along with actual raspberry pips! These gave the mallow a very genuine, fruity flavour that wasn't artificial in the slightest. The pips were also a nice contrast to all the softness but thankfully weren't "bitty" and didn't get stuck in the teeth! Extra sweetness came from the light dusting of icing sugar that coated the outside which was as lovely as the rest of it! Its a 4.5 out of 5. 

Overall, I have fallen hard for Mallow and Marsh - The texture and flavours are sublime! I have been perusing their website and there is a Cappuccino variety that I need to get my hands on.. A gooey coffee marshmallow that melts in my mouth, sounds like the best thing of life! One thing to note is that they do all contain beef gelatine so thats something to bear in mind if such things like don't float your boat.. 

Not many things improve with fire - A serious message to all Arsonists. Leave the pyrotechnics at home Kids.. Eat Marshmallows instead! 

Wednesday, 12 August 2015

Review- Tesco Finest Belgian Chocolate & Valencia Orange Melting Middle Puddings

As a Tesco Orchard Member, I was recently invited to join the Finest Chilled and Frozen Dessert Programme and received a £3 off voucher to spend on my desired pud. I opted for these Belgian Chocolate & Valencia Orange Melting Middle Puddings which didn't cost me a penny as they were exactly £3! 

Moist, all butter Belgian chocolate sponges with a rich, intense centre of smooth chocolate and tangy Valencia orange sauce, finished with a drizzle of Belgian chocolate and sweet candied orange slice. 

I microwaved my little pudding for the exact 30 second duration it suggested on the box. It turned out perfectly - Delicious smelling with a warm, gooey molten centre. The sauce on its own tasted very zesty and was similar to an actual Terry's Chocolate Orange but bizarrely, when eaten with the cake, it tasted of nothing! Although it was moist and squidgy, the sponge totally overpowered/washed out all the orange flavour which resulted in it being like every other, generic microwavable Chocolate Pudding. It also had quite a greasy feel to it and was a bit claggy, in the mouth. The topping was about the only good part but even then, it was hardly anything to get excited about.. It's only candied orange! 

Overall, these Finest Belgian Chocolate & Valencia Orange Melting Middle Puddings are almost as pointless as the length of their name! The flavour is miles away from the luxurious description on the box - Rich? No. Intense? No. Tangy? NO. Perhaps I just made the wrong choice in what to spend my voucher on but considering it was from the Finest range, you do expect a quality pud, no matter which you pick. It may have been free by its a 1 out of 5 from me! 

If you would like to sign up for Tesco Orchard and potentially get free disastrous desserts then check them out at, for more details. 

Monday, 10 August 2015

Review- Starbucks Frappuccino: Coffee, Cookies & Cream, Mocha Chocolate and Vanilla

Starbucks isn't my Coffee Shop of choice. I don't have one locally and there is no real reason to go out of my way and find one since Costa Coffee have taken over the world and are around every corner..

Having said that, I never say no to any sort of coffee so I grabbed these Starbucks Frappuccino Drinks from the chilled section of an array of supermarkets. Priced at around £1.80 each, the 250ml glass bottles contain a low fat coffee drink in the flavours - Coffee, Cookies & Cream, Mocha Chocolate and Vanilla. 


I started with the plain Coffee flavour as I thought this would be a good base to judge the other flavours against. 

There was a good smell of coffee from this drink and it tasted stronger than I expected. The milky smooth liquid was not wishy washy in the slightest and had a subtly sweet flavour. A pleasant after taste lingured that I am sure, any coffee lover would appreciate! It's a 4 out of 5 from me. 

  Cookies & Cream 

Next up, was the Cookies & Cream! I had high hopes for this flavour..

Unfortunately, my enthusiam was thwarted! I felt the "cream" part of the drink completely overshadowed any potential flavour of coffee which resulted in being more of a sweet milk than caffeinated beverage! Not all surprising though, since it smelt very mild! It's a 2 out of 5. 

Mocha Chocolate 

This flavour excited me greatly - Chocolate and Coffee are a match made in heaven! 

The scent of this was delicious - It was chocolatey as well as having a potent coffee smell. Taste wise, it was just as good with both being distinguishable whilst perfect balanced. Chocolate bits ran throughout the drink which was a nice boost in flavour. It's another 4 out of 5 from me! 


Last but by no means least is Vanilla - My go to flavour of coffee syrup when out and about! 

Upon opening this bottle, I was a tad disappointed. It smelt more milky than of vanilla although not as lacking in coffee as the Cookies & Cream. Things didn't improve when drinking either - I feel that the vanilla just added extra, unnecessary sweetness rather than flavour. It's a 2.5 out of 5 from me. 

Overall, these Starbucks Frappuccinos are a bit hit or miss. I enjoyed all 4 but when you buy a coffee, even if it is chilled, you expect a consistent coffee flavour. I would definitely buy the Mocha Chocolate again as well as the plain Coffee.. Well that is until I can buy the real deal when a Starbucks gives Costa the boot and appears around one of my local corners! 

Saturday, 8 August 2015

Review- Kellogg's NEW Multi-Grain Mini Biscuits: Rice Krispies and Coco Pops

I'm embracing my inner 7 year old today with some kid's snacks! I had seen these NEW Kellogg's Multi-Grain Mini Biscuits on Twitter and after reading Miss Erin's AKA shining review, I decided to pick up a couple of bags. 

As usual, I couldn't decide whether to get the Rice Krispies variety or the Coco Pops so just bought both for £1.99 each in Asda. 

Rice Krispies 

Each big bag contains 5, 24g packets of biscuits which are baked with the cereal to produce a crunchy bite size treat. 

I wasn't sure what to expect from these but I was pleasantly surprised - They were crunchy as promised and very moreish! They had a lovely sweet and oaty flavour although I am not sure I would have been able to identify it as being Rice Krispies.. Having said that, I shoved one in MSW's mouth, as she was walking by and she exclaimed "WOW! It tastes of Rice Krispies" so, its pretty much anyones guess. I feel as though Kellogg's have just whacked the name on there as a selling point and used any old cereal.. Even if it was delicious! It's a 3.5 out of 5. 

Coco Pops

The biscuits come with a parental reassurance that they contain fibre and therefore are fine to give to your Kiddies! We just won't mention the 7.7g of sugar, shall we? 

After the enjoyment of the previous packet, I was bitterly disappointed by this variety! Although crunchy with plenty of oats, they tasted horrible - They had a cheap and artificial chocolate flavour that you would expect from a supermarket brand, Coco Pop wannabe! I also felt they had an even more unpleasant, plastic sort of aftertaste which then left a greasy film in the mouth. All in all, pretty grim! It's a 0.5 out of 5 from me. 

I am fairly indifferent about these NEW Kellogg's Multi-Grain Mini Biscuits. The Rice Krispies variety are quite tasty and I would probably buy them again if I had a sweet tooth craving but didn't want anything to "unhealthy". The Coco Pops version, on the other hand are plain vile but no doubt some Kid out there will think they are the best thing in their lunch box since Petits Filous. As for me.. I think I'd rather have a bowl of (actual) Coco Pops! 

Thursday, 6 August 2015

Review- Thomas J. Fudge's Roasted Almond Blisscuits Dipped in Milk Chocolate

I have become quite the Thomas J. Fudge's fan - I loved the Marvellous Milk Chocolate Flapjacks as well as the Mouthwatering Milk Chocolate Florentines! Forever scanning the biscuit aisle in hope of finding more, my beady eyes spotted these Roasted Almond Blisscuits Dipped in Milk Chocolate for £1.99, in good old Tesco. 

As usual, the packaging is stunning - I like the pink theme of this box, very much! 

8 chocolate dipped, almond biscuits were contained in the signature, plastic tray within a cardboard outer.

Wow, these smelt good! It was like pure almond extract - My favourite! The biscuits were beautifully short textured with a delicious buttery flavour that was perfectly balanced with the taste of Bakewell - It really was uncanny! Crunch came from the almonds that ran throughout as well adding nutty tones. The thick layer of milk chocolate that coated half of the biscuit was divine, as usual. It felt very luxurious with a rich cocoa flavour and a lovely melt - Gorgeous!

Who knew that chocolate and almond extract were such a perfect pairing? Thomas J. Fudge's obviously did as these are faultless! I sound like a broken record but my only quibble is that they are far to scrumptious to only have 8 in a box - Bump it up to 10 and it would be top marks! Today, its a 4.5 from me! 

Tuesday, 4 August 2015

Review- KFC NEW Mediterranean Bites: Spicy Piri Piri, Smoky BBQ and Sunblush® Tomato

There is no greater tragedy than going on a NEW snack finding mission and leaving empty handed.. This was my fate after a bitterly disappointing trip to Morrison's. I felt my woes needed consoling so decided the most plausible pick me up was to go to KFC and order everything! To my pleasant surprise they had these NEW Mediterranean Bites on the Menu so I ordered myself all 3 flavours.. Naturally.

Each pot, L-R Spicy Piri Piri, Smoky BBQ, Sunblush® Tomato, contained 4 pieces of chicken with a little plastic lid on top - A sturdier version to those you find on a soft takeaway drink and without the worry of losing you loot!

Spicy Piri Piri

A spicy salsa aroma, full of peppers, tomatoes with a hint of zest came from this pot. The chicken was lovely as expected - Super soft and moist with the amazing, signature KFC flavour. I am not the biggest fan of spice so I found this quite hot but MSW, the chilli fanatic, was mad for this flavour! Initially it was fairly mild and tomato-y but then the heat kicked in to deliver tongue tingling spiciness with an undertone of lime, which even I was a fan of. Its a 4 out of 5!

Smoky BBQ

The BBQ scent was quite overpowering at first, when the lid was removed! There was a potent woody smell combined with vinegar and molasses. Thankfully the taste wasn't as strong but still packed a punch that you would definitely know as BBQ. Once again, the chicken nugget sized bites were delicious and perfectly juicy. Its another 4 out of 5!

 Sunblush® Tomato

Freshly smushed tomatoes, the epitome of the Med.. Thats all I can say about the smell! Taste wise, it was essentially Tomato & Basil Fresh Soup with seeds for added flavour and authenticity. It was quite a sweet base with acidic notes but was very pleasant with the chicken and its soft crumb coating. Its a slightly less, 3.5 out of 5 from me! 

All in all, I pretty much had a fabulous lunch! I think these Mediterranean Bites are a great addiction to the KFC menu and I can see them being popular, both as part of a meal and as a snack. At £1.99 each, for only 4 pieces of chicken, you could argue they are quite pricey but I think they are well worth giving a go, if you fancy a change from your usual. Nice one, Colonel Sanders!