Nākd Bakewell Tart

Brand: Nākd. Cost: £1 Found at: Tesco   At this point, I have never eaten a Bakewell tart, but I’ve eaten many things that are supposed to taste like Bakewell tarts. As far as I can tell, the original pastry is something akin to a pie made of jam and almond paste, and if it... Continue Reading →

Choc Orange Bar

Brand: Sainsbury’s Cost: 35p Found at: Sainsbury’s   The packaging on this chocolate bar is highly suspect: “an alternative to milk chocolate.” There’s a lot of wiggle room in the word “alternative” when it comes to food - one might even say too much. It is also concerning that the bar itself is not described... Continue Reading →

Watermelon Fruit Crisps

Brand: Nim’s Cost: £1.15 Found at: Tesco   What do you get when you take the water out of a watermelon? I’m eating it, and I still don’t know. What I do know is that this is not some sanitized version of a watermelon – the greatest hits, so to speak – this is the... Continue Reading →

Nut Butter Balls

Brand: Deliciously Ella Cost: £1.80 Found at: Morrisons   This snack is offensive. I am offended by this snack.   It is such a flagrant waste of money. Worse still, it’s genuinely unappetizing. It’s a luxury tax on health nuts, and while I love me a tax on the wealthy, this blatant highway robbery makes... Continue Reading →

Peanut Delight

Brand: nākd. Found at: Tesco Cost: £1 As an American, I take my peanut flavoring seriously. I will eat peanut butter straight out of the jar without so much as batting an eye. So, when I see something marketed as a peanut delight, I expect a full peanut experience. I expect to taste nothing but... Continue Reading →

Coconut Bar

Brand: Cofresh Cost: £0.39 Found at: Tesco   I am sure that there is such a thing as too much coconut. One day, I will eat something and think to myself: ‘that was a little too much coconut for me.’ I genuinely thought that this coconut bar might be the one to send me over... Continue Reading →

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