5 Healthy Food And Drinks You Need To Try This Summer!

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If you are always on the lookout for tasty treats to try that aren’t quite as bad for you as the often sugar and calorie laden products in the supermarket these days then I’ve found five fab products that you should definitely give the taste test this summer.

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Nush In A Rush

These are the UK’s first free-from yoghurt in a tube! Adult and child-friendly snack sized yoghurts that are perfect for on-the-go lunches. We try to go dairy free where possible in our house and my niece is dairy intolerant so she’s been absolutely loving these. Great for snacking on the go and perfect for kids and grown-ups alike. They come in the flavours Strawberry and Blueberry (Strawberry is our fave!) and are priced at £2.99 from Ocado.flyte drinks

Flyte Natural energy drink

The ideal picnic pick-me-up that stays cooler for longer in this sleek glass bottle! Flyte gives you instant energy 100% sourced from nature (without wired highs and sugar crashes). They are free from added sugar and powered by Organic Caffeine and botanicals. With less than 40 Kcals they are a refreshing alternative to coffee and great for sipping in the summer sunshine! Flyte comes in the following flavours: Green Mango, Red Berries, Orange Clementine and Citrus Lemon. Pick them up for £2.50 per 330ml bottle from: www.flytedrink.com

 

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Bepps Black-eyed pea puff snacks

I absolutely love finding savoury snacking alternatives to crisps so when I discovered the UK first Black-eyed pea puff snacks I was keen to share my thoughts. Bepps are a vegan-friendly, healthy alternative to crisps that will suit any picky-eaters. Inspired by the creators West African roots, these are guaranteed to brighten up the day even if the British weather fails to. My personal favourites are the sea salt and pepper flavour. More flavours include: Cheese, Sea Salt & Black Pepper and Sweet Chilli. Bepps are priced at £1.09 per 22g pack from: www.beppssnacks.com

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Very Lazy pastes and chopped ingredients

Very Lazy’s pastes and chopped ingredients are fresh tasting, jam-packed with natural ingredients and are here to help you to prepare home-cooked meals quickly, with none of the fuss or mess! The ultimate in hassle free cooking, just dollop into one-pots, smother on to meat, fish and veg, use as a marinade or combine to make everything from your favourite Thai Curry to the latest on-trend dishes. Now whilst I’ve usually no problem with quickly copping fresh ingredients to go into our meals, there are some times when you just need to cook in a hurry and keeping these in your cupboard is a great way to ensure that you always have the perfect ingredients on-hand and ready to make your meals taste delicious!

Innocent Dairy Free Range

No stabilisers, no gums, no funny business – innocent’s new dairy-free range contains just three ingredients. When it comes to dairy-free, you ain’t tasted nuttin’ yet. The new range will be launching in three recipes – Almond, Oat and Hazelnut. Tasty in tea, lovely in lattes and splendid on cereal, each one makes a great addition to everything from breakfast through to dinner.

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Or simply sip them on their own and discover that when it comes to dairy-free drinks, natural is best. My personal favourites are the almond (this is something I already drink daily and Innocent’s unsweetened almond milk is delicious!) and the Hazelnut flavour which works so well in cereals or on its own! These are definitely going to be your new ‘go-to’ dairy free drink for summer.

The range will be found in the chilled aisle and available from the 1st April at an RRP £1.99 for a 750ml bottle. Retailer availability: Waitrose, Ocado, Sainsbury’s, Tesco, Asda.

 

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