I was sent a box bursting full of squishy Soreen, I was very pleased with the delivery as the boys were off for half term at the time and requiring regular snack breaks!
I love it personally as it is really filling, I was having toastie loaf and a cuppa mid morning everyday and had more than enough energy to chase the boys around!
With the box also came a recipe book I had not realised just how versatile Soreen could be. It sounds quite easy to transform their products into very appetising puddings. I would have attempted one myself but the products did not hang around long enough for me to get the remaining ingredients. So that is definitely something to try for again. But to give you some idea you can incorporate ½ a Soreen banana loaf into a chocolate brownie recipe, just imagine how moist and tasty they would be and that’s just one of the many ways Soreen can enhance your life in the kitchen!
My favourite from the selection we were sent was the Fruity Five Loaf, it was jam packed with cherries, sultanas, currants and zesty peel. It was a lovely combination of flavours, which reminded me of my mum’s home baking.
The boys are still huge fans of the banana lunchbox loaves and they wolfed them down before I could get a decent picture of them with the product!
I thought the pre-buttered little snack packs were a clever idea and useful for when you are out and about, as I do prefer my Soreen buttered. Hubbie thinks you should eat it as it comes straight out of the packet, but I think it tastes even nicer with the butter added. I shared this snack pack with youngest as he loves fruit malt loaf and it was another hit.
We do so love some Soreen in our snacking lives!