Wednesday, December 19, 2012


My all time favourite meal is breakfast, the longer the better!
However, my second all time favourite meal is one with biscuits, dips, cheese, antipasto type things.
”Platter Food”!
So when Sarah from Wordstorm asked if we’d like to try out Kurrajong Kitchen LavoshBites I just had to say YES!
Decision was also helped by the fact that other household members really like my second favourite meal too!
No really it was!!
They were as eager to review as I was!


Kurrajong Kitchen is an Australian owned and made product.
We were given three different types of this bite size snack to try.


LavoshBites are a thin, crunchy bread developed from an age-old Middle Eastern recipe
They are baked, not fried, yeast and egg-free and they are all-natural with absolutely no added preservatives
LavoshBites are available nation-wide in both Woolworths and Coles. RRP $3.49

The Original LavoshBites are crisp and perfect for snacking, dipping or topping with your favourite things.
Packed with little poppy seeds these were yummy.


Soy and Linseed LavoshBites were the softer of the three and were gobbled up the quickest!


and the last one Sesame and Sea Salt Shepherd’s Bread.
I like sesame so I was partial to this one.


Check out their website, or Facebook page, for lots of recipes on dips and other serving suggestions.
These would also be perfect for adding to lunchboxes or throwing a box in a picnic hamper.


Disclosure: This is not a paid sponsored post. I received 3 boxes of Kurrajong Kitchen products,
for review purposes, and all opinions expressed are purely my own



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