Rowse Snap & Squeeze

BREAKFAST on the go was a real trend in 2015 as everyone’s busy lives meant they were skipping the supposed most important meal of the day and that needed to change. You could buy Cereal and Porridge pots to eat on the move or even at the desk as an upgrade to the Cereal Bar.

Nearly two years later and the latest addition to the ‘on the go’ family has been developed by Rowse. Their new Snap and Squeeze sachets allow you to take all the goodness of Honey with you to have with Yoghurt, Porridge or even Toast at your convenience during the Morning rush.

On looks, these look a little strange and almost like a face pack. There’s a couple of slits at the back of the sachet and when you fold the pack, you hear a snap and then your can pour the contents onto whatever you wish. This adds something new to Breakfasts and it’s a really good idea to use Honey in this way. They are available in packs of eight sachets.

Price: £1.40 (Morrisons)

Calories: 49 per sachet

Would We Buy Again (/5): 5


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