Smiling like Sunshine: Review: Moral Fibre Snacks

Monday, 28 September 2015

Review: Moral Fibre Snacks

Hello, hello! I have taken a little break during the summer months. Now that the schools have started and we are back to our routine, I should be able to schedule time for blogging. I hope you all had a lovely summer break and settled into your routines as well.

 As you may already know, I am always on the look out for healthy food. I try to prepare healthy snacks but let's face it, sometimes life is so busy with work and two children I just don't have the time to do that. When the lovely people at Moral Fibre Food asked me if I would like to review their products, I was delighted as their products are right up my alley!

 Moral Fibre is founded by Jenny who is passionate about good, healthy food. Jenny says she started out when she was looking for something sweet to  replace her love of homemade cakes. A great excuse indeed!
Moral Fibre has 8  types of snacks: Two are savoury: the chilli crunch and the courgette crunch. The rest are sweet with no added sugar (except the chocolatey ones) All the product are dairy and gluten free.


All the products are handmade in Tring and each and every one of them is delicious. 

I have to admit that the courgette one looks a bit pale and I was not sure if it would taste nice. But when I tasted it, I was positively surprised. The chilli crunch is packed with Vit C and Vit B 12 and smells absolutely amazing. Totally reminds me of my grandma's dried chilli peppers that she used to prepare when I was a child. 


I enjoyed eating them on their own but they are also great with beer or wine as nibbles.


I love chocolate! So the Chocolate Banananut Bites were bound to be my favourite. They go so well with a cup of Turkish coffee or espresso!

The Banana Berry Bites and Bananut Bites are probably the ones that would be popular with children. Derin likes these however  the Exotic Seedy Fruity Bites are Defne's favourite! They are packed with organic figs and raisins, nuts and pumpkin seeds and are great for an energy boost.  The Figberry Balls are delish and go well with a cup of tea, too. The flavours are dense so one or two balls are enough to satisfy my sweet tooth. I can't say the same for the savoury range though! They are so moreish!


I love the ethos of Moral Fibre Food. All the ingredients are ethically sourced and the package is sustainable, too.  I highly recommend these products. To find a list of Moral Fibre stockists, click here.

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