was International Day of Families on the 15th of May and I was
very fortunate to be sent a lovely delivery of Choco Leibniz Bahlsen biscuits
for us to enjoy together! So the kettle
went straight on and we made the most of these indulgent biscuits, I love the
extra thick chocolate and the crispy biscuit.
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It’s great that the range keeps
developing and incorporating new appetizing flavours; White Chocolate is the
latest addition to join the impressive line up of Dark Chocolate, Milk
Chocolate, Chocolate Orange, and Caramel.
They are the kind of biscuits you need to sample all the range to really
do them justice; each Choco
has its own merits. The boys seemed to
enjoy Caramel the most, so kept making a beeline for that particular flavour.
We have made it into a habit to have
a few biscuits for a board game session and Bahlsen are a hit with all the
Likewise after a long walk its
very welcoming coming home to a hot drink and a tray of biscuits. You see I find a cup of tea and a biscuit is
good for my sanity! Parenting can be
tough and a tasty biscuit is a glimmer of sunshine on a tricky day. Biscuits bring a certain cheeriness with
them, whatever kind of day I have had they can turn it around, as the chocolate
melts in my mouth my tension lifts away!!!
Biscuits can also be used for a
little parent bribery (although don’t tell SuperNanny!); if you need to coax
your child to do something dangling a biscuit in front of them usually does the
trick! Obviously if you can get them to
respond using fruit and vegetables even better, but sadly for me I only get the
correct reaction with biscuits! I
really hate sharing such delicious biscuits… fortunately with 9 biscuits in
each pack there are plenty to go around and always one extra for me (well I do
not want the boys to fight over who gets the last one do I?!?).
With an RRP of £1.99
they are an affordable indulgence, the Chocolate Orange is my personal
favourite and if I manage to track them down again I cannot promise I will