Thomas Fudge’s Christmas Bonanza:
There are times of the year when the last thing I want to do is bake. Christmas brings with it so many things to prepare – from the tree to the turkey with all those trimmings, finding a way to save a little time is just the best thing ever. So I was delighted when my friends at Thomas Fudge’s suggested we worked together to promote their biscuit range this Christmas. The best thing about this range of biscuits for me is that they look and taste homemade. So I can simply skip the baking!
Founded in 1916, Thomas Fudge’s products all fall into that category of accessible indulgences for me. They have a range of flapjacks, florentines and savoury biscuits and crackers too. The kind of thing you buy intending to store it away for a treat and end up eating anyway.
I know I love Thomas Fudge’s Florentines – I used to pass those off as my own each year at Christmas! Flapjacks too are just perfect to eat with a morning cuppa. Just in time for Christmas Thomas Fudge’s have added some new blisscuit flavours too: Zesty Lemon and Triple Chocolate (£2.70 for a pack of six). With shots of candied lemon and lashings of Belgian chocolate, they sound like the perfect treat for the person preparing Christmas lunch…(which might just be me this year!). The problem is, once I have a box, I munch my way through them far too quickly!
So I can heartily recommend the Thomas Fudge’s range which is widely available in good supermarkets and delis around the country.
This Christmas Thomas Fudge’s have a gifting range with three beautiful gift boxes – a mixed box, a sweet box and a savoury box – all priced at £27 and all containing a range of delectable Thomas Fudge’s biscuits. They’d make the perfect Christmas gift for any food lover, the sort of indulgence everyone appreciates.
If you’d like the chance to win, check out the content of each of the gift boxes then let me know in the comments below which biscuit you’d like to see more of in either the sweet or the savoury box.
Pop over to their website and check for yourself. I defy you not to be tempted!
Meanwhile, if you happen to be looking for one of my travel posts, why not take a look at this piece about visiting Salisbury – the oldest New Town in England