Asda Belgian Chocolate, Cranberry and Orange Tiffin – Dairy Free Review

Today I am reviewing:

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Asda Christmas Tiffin

Asda Belgian Chocolate, Cranberry and Orange Tiffin.

As regular readers will know I do love a nice slice of Free From Tiffin I was therefore terribly excited when I spotted these little beauties winking seductively from the Free From aisle of Asda.

What is it?
Chocolatey squares with biscuit and fruit

Ingredients:

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Asda Xmas Tiffin

Free From:
Dairy
Gluten
Wheat
Egg
Honey
Coconut
Meat

Thus suitable for:
Vegans
Vegetarians
Coeliacs
Allergy / intolerance sufferers

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Asda Christmas Tiffin

Looks like:
Good chocolate colour
Very visible fruit and biscuit
Pretty sprinkling of red cranberry sugar over top

Smells like:
Chocolate & orange
Christmas (waves arms and makes an excited “squeeeee” sound)

Tastes like:
The cranberry sugar hits straight away giving a sharp yet pleasing TING to your taste buds.
This mellows to a sweeter candified twang as the surprisingly rich chocolate reaches you.
The biscuit is crunchy and tasty
The fruit is plump, juicy and in plentiful supply without overpowering the chocolate.
Delicious.

Price:
£2

Conclusion:
Asda has excelled here.
I absolutely loved this tiffin.
By far one of the best seasonal products I have tasted.

5/5 – Tiffin’ lovely.

You may also enjoy:
Asda Chosen By You Free From Christmas Pudding

Bex
Thank You For The Moosick
– Dairy Free Reviews

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2 thoughts on “Asda Belgian Chocolate, Cranberry and Orange Tiffin – Dairy Free Review

  1. pinkiebag says:

    Oh I am going to hunt these down they look delicious. Thanks for sharing 😊.

    Liked by 1 person

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