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5 awesome kids treats’ from the Gousto Market

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By Will Godfrey

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Let’s face it. If you have kids, you’ll know that sweets are sometimes the only thing that can restore order. When children are tired, sugar levels are low and someone has suddenly decided they don’t eat anything green, we can easily end up resorting to bribery in a sugary form.

If you don’t have a secret sugar supply for your kids (or for you, if you can eat them without them noticing…), you run the serious risk of witnessing a domestic meltdown. That’s where these 5 kid-friendly treats from the Gousto Market come in handy!

Not only are all these tasty goodies absolutely delicious, they’re have other advantages too – from being healthy and natural to being a perfect activity to keep them occupied on a quiet(ish) afternoon. Take a look…

1. Bear Claws Mango and Carrot Snack Multipack (£2.65)
Bear Claws Mango and Carrot Snack Multipack (GF)

BEAR are all about helping people (especially kids) get back to eating as nature intended. Their ‘claws’ actually come in a variety of different monster shapes, but they’re all made from  ? vegetables and ? fruit. Plus, the pack they come in has monster feet – how cool is that?!

Perfect for… Little monsters (and anyone reading Where The Wild Things Are). 

Log into your Gousto account now to add a Bear Claws multipack to an existing order, or order a new box and add one right away!

2. Boutique Bake Belgian Chocolate Brownie Mix (£3.55)
Boutique Bake Belgian Chocolate Brownie Mix

This clever kit from Irish gourmet bakers Boutique Bake makes 12 mind-blowing gooey brownies which are an absolute dream. They’re great fun to get the kids involved with making: just add eggs and butter – it couldn’t be more simple!

Perfect for… Making an (utterly delicious) mess.

Log into your Gousto account now to add a brownie mix to an existing order, or order a new box and add a kit in right away!

3. Snact Apple & Raspberry Fruit Jerky (£0.80)
Snact Apple & Raspberry Fruit Jerky (GF)

If this stuff doesn’t get kids eating fruit, nothing will. Don’t be fooled by the name, these ‘jerky’ strips are made of homemade pressed fruit – they’re vegan, gluten-free, and contribute to your 5-a-day!

To top it all off, Snact are making the world a better place: they make their jerky from fruit that would otherwise go to waste and their packaging is biodegradable, too!

Perfect for… Emergency sugar for your kids (or for you!)

Log into your Gousto account now to add a pack of Snact Fruit Jerky to an existing order, or order a new box and add one in right away!

4. Pip Organic Apple, Mango & Orange Fruity Water (£3.25)Pip Organic Apple, Mango & Orange Fruity Water

Let’s talk about juice. There are a million brands out there, and so many have too much sugar, or hidden nasties that won’t do your kids much good – no matter how healthy the packaging looks! Enter Pip Organic: their juice is 100% organic, and each carton is perfectly portioned to contain 1 of your 5-a-day. Hooray!

Perfect for… A healthy swap for sugary drinks.

Log into your Gousto account now to add a box of Pip Organic juice to an existing order, or order a new box and add one right away!

5. BKD Raspberry Unicorn Mini Baking Kit (£7.95)BKD Raspberry Unicorn Mini Baking Kit

Finally the answer to, “Daddy I want a unicorn!” is here – and in edible form! For good or ill, unicorns have become a bit of a thing over the last few years. The clever folk at BKD are making the most of unicorn mania with this baking kit, which will make up to 25 unicorn-shaped biscuits with raspberry topping and decorations.

What’s more, their kits are specially made for kids, so the recipe is easy to follow – just add an egg and some butter!  

Perfect for… Creative kids.

Log into your Gousto account now to add a Unicorn Mini Baking Kit to an existing order, or order a new box and add a kit in right away!


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All of these treats are available from the Gousto Market – log into your account now to add one to your next Gousto order!

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