Goody Good Stuff Sweets Rock!

Today is Crevette’s birthday. Six years ago, my first baby was born at 6.10 a.m., changing our lives forever and turning our couple into a family. The second we laid eyes on him, we felt a wave of unconditional love for this tiny and fragile human being. Thinking back, I have to admit he was not that little (3.8kg). I struggled to fit him in his newborn vest and sleepsuit as we were about to leave the birth centre. As for the cotton hat, the midwife told me to take it off as it was way too small! He still looked so delicate and new…

The lovely people at Goody Good Stuff sent us a huge parcel of sweets to try, enjoy, review and take pictures with. I had told them my intention was to publish this post on Crevette’s birthday and they decided to surprise him.

Goody Good Stuff Kobi the Koala Writing the Card

My little man received a beautifully presented hamper full of sweets, a birthday card signed by each member of the team and a koala soft-toy. They even got their cute mascot Kobi to write a birthday message to my little man! Crevette was really touched by this thoughtful gesture and spontaneously got some card and started drafting an answer to Charlie’s team.

Goody Good Stuff Crevette Writing his Card

Crevette and Kobi are inseparable. The little koala is part of the family now and follows us everywhere.

Goody Good Stuff Crevette's Card

When Jumpy had blood tests and prick tests for her allergies a few days after Kobi joined our family, Crevette let her have his Kobi for cuddles, which we thought was adorable.

Goody Good Stuff Jumpy and Kobi

About Goody Good Stuff Sweets
I had never heard of the brand and spotted the name ‘Goody Good Stuff’ on the list of exhibitors at the Allergy Show a few weeks ago. I had no idea what they were all about but my curiosity was aroused. Although it took me a while to find their stand, I was determined not to leave without finding more about them. You have to admit you get easily drawn to such a catchy name! Was I disappointed? Of course I was not! Crevette was also over the moon as by that point, he had had enough and just wanted to go home. I gave him £2 to spend on sweets for him and his sisters and he was delighted!

Goody Good Stuff was launched in 2010, taking ‘free from’ to a whole new level as the sweets contain no nasty stuff and are made with natural colours and flavours. The idea was to develop a perfect gummy treat that everyone could enjoy, including those with multiple allergies like my little girl. They are perfect for party bags or school events as they are free from common allergens such as gluten, dairy, egg, soya, gelatine and nuts. They are also fat free, vegetarian, vegan, halal and kosher. What more could you ask for?

Unlike most gummy sweets, these treats are basically plant-based rather than being made with animal bones or tissues (hello gelatine!). It took some very clever (and determined) people fifteen years to develop the food technology to replace gelatine with a more natural alternative.

Goody Good Stuff
What we Thought

We tried nine types of Goody Good Stuff sweets and here are our thoughts or first impressions. First of all, let me tell you: they smell divine!
Summer Peaches are my absolute favourites. They are colourful, bursting with flavour with a great soft texture. No need to say they are highly addictive and we had to have “just one more”.
– “I love Cola Breeze!” That is all Crevette had to say. They are similar to your usual cola bottle sweets, but are less chewy which makes them much nicer in my view.
– We were not won over by the unusual flavours of Tropical Fruit. My friend Aimee thought they had a bit of a perfume aftertaste and Crevette did not like “the taste at the end”. Beanie and Jumpy ate them without a complaint!
– The Sour Fruit Salad was Aimee’s number one, with its range of acidulated fruity flavours.
– The teeny round Strawberry Cream sweets taste nice and Jumpy really enjoyed them.
– The Koala Gummy Bears are quite simply fun, as you probably noticed if you follow me on Instagram or saw my Sunday photo ten days ago. They are the winners in the ‘outstanding’ category for us.
Sour Koala Gummy Bears: “They’re fizzy!” (Crevette).
Cheery Cherries: “om nom nom” (Crevette). I am not normally a fan of cherry sweets, but these are different… in a good way!
Sour Cheery Cherries are zingy, and according to Crevette, our chief taster, “They’re so yum!”

Goody Good Stuff Love

Goody Good Stuff sweets look like ‘normal’ sweets. Their texture and taste, however, are much more refined than your usual mass-produced sweets. They are moreish and feel like homemade treats. I am much happier giving these to my children than I would be with sweets full of preservatives, artificial colours and gelatine.

I am not on a restricted diet. I am not vegan, vegetarian or watching anything I eat. The fact these sweets are completely safe for my allergic toddler is incredibly reassuring. Their being free from fat or artificial stuff is an added bonus. You know what? They taste much better than sweets I am used to eating and I do not think I could go back.

I have absolutely no self-control when it comes to sweets but my little man has the irritating habit of saving his sweets for later. I know I should be a good mum and just walk away from the sweets but I simply cannot. I had his last packet of Strawberry Cream tiny gems last night after everyone had gone to bed, and I confessed to it this morning. He did not mind, bless him!

What we Did

We take things seriously in this house. Here is what we did besides all our tasting sessions. Disclaimer: the following activities were purely for the purpose of a well-informed review, not motivated by greed or sweetie addiction.

– We went creative and made up a little story with miniature Star Wars characters using Koala Gummy Bears as Ewoks. More on that later this week. We then proceeded to eat the entire packet (again, just to make sure the taste was still right).

– On the last day of school, we had an impromptu play date at home and the children made sweetie bracelets as the mums were having yet another tasting session. My brilliant idea to string sweeties together ended up being a very sticky affair and the kids’ creations were not remotely practical to eat. We still had fun making them!

Goody Good Stuff Bracelets

– We also enjoyed the Goody Good sweeties whilst in the paddling pool, or in my case, by the side of the paddling pool reading a good book.

Goody Good Stuff by the Paddling Pool

Have a Goody Good Day everyone!

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– We were sent the following for the purpose of this review: birthday card for Crevette, a hamper for his birthday (6 full-size packets of sweets and 4 small ones), a Kobi teddy, 6 full-size packs of sweets, 3 small ones, 2 Party Mix Multi Bags (the latter for Jumpy’s ‘free from’ birthday party in October).
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  1. My four children!

  2. Alexandra Mercer (Life of mummy) says:

    My six children, I probably wouldn’t get a look in!

    • Advice: check on the postman’s arrival and grab a bag for yourself before your six get their hands on them!

  3. If I Won The Yummy Gummy Sweets With My Mum

  4. My boyfriend, who loves sweeties!

  5. My kids and partner love them

  6. laura banks says:

    that would be my son

  7. Harriet says:

    My sister

  8. samantha price says:

    would have to be my grandson

  9. the whole family

  10. for my family

  11. Christopher Packer says:

    MY best friends Gary And Alison who usually visit of an evening to watch videos

  12. Susan Sargent says:

    My daughter loves these

  13. Sandra Lane says:

    Ooh lets see….me, myself and I? In reality it would be my youngest daughter, Leah.

  14. joanne beale says:

    My husband

  15. clair downham says:

    my son and daughter thankyou

  16. My partner

  17. Julie Tift says:

    We all love sweet treats in our house, so we would have a few each. Sharing is the name of the game.

  18. ashleigh says:

    My kids!

  19. karen cowley says:

    My fantastic hubby (ah shucks) xx

  20. I would share them with my 3 little monkeys and maybe my husband too

  21. Charlotte T says:

    My family!

  22. christine westlake says:

    husband or my guides

  23. olga carpenter says:

    my husband loves sweets

  24. laura stewart says:

    my daughter xx

  25. suan watts says:

    My daughter Clare

  26. Gemma Clark says:

    It would have to be my little girl x

  27. Michelle Smith says:


  28. Cat Culmer says:

    My hubby

  29. Paula Barker says:

    My husband and kids

  30. My daughter and my husband

  31. My niece.

  32. Claire D says:

    My son

  33. Kayleigh Main says:

    My two children……. and my partner too i suppose!

  34. Lynsey Buchanan says:

    My daughter

  35. the kiddos

  36. Angel says:

    My 2 sons.

  37. Janine Phillips says:

    My grandchildren x

  38. MANDY DOHERTY says:

    My kids, my friend and her kids

  39. Anneka Hulse says:

    my fiance

  40. Yum, I’m all for food with no nasties in them,especially sweets!

  41. KATHY D says:

    My nieces Charley and Amy

  42. Glenn Marvell-James says:

    Friends and family

  43. Irene Wright says:

    Have to keep at least some for our lovely Great Grand-sons

  44. john hatrey says:

    Share???? Maybe my three year old daughter.

  45. Sue McCarthy says:

    Just myself as I’m recently single 🙁

  46. Jane Green says:

    My son and my OH if he behaves himself

  47. lauren tourle says:

    i would give them to my daughter and step son 🙂

  48. Spencer Broadley says:

    my 2 sons

  49. John Taggart says:

    I’d share them with my two grandsons

  50. Kay panayi says:

    My 3 kids

  51. Lisa Valentine says:

    My little cousins, they’d love them!

  52. kellyjo walters says:

    my hubby he loves sweets

  53. joanne darnell says:

    my kids

  54. Corinne Peat says:

    My four children

  55. winnie says:

    i’d share them with my sister

  56. Abigail Daniel says:

    My boyfriend as hes a big kid! ;D

  57. Tracey Quinn says:

    My grandson Alfie xx

  58. tracey huber says:

    My children (who are all over 21!) and my grandsons if they get a look in!

  59. jo glasspool says:

    With my kids xxx

  60. All the family ! 🙂

  61. Jayne K says:

    Share? Don’t be silly!

  62. My family!

  63. teressa oliver says:

    no one they r too good to share


    My son who loves jellies.

  65. 007anna says:

    my kids

  66. Amanda Deacon says:

    Share, LOL my son wouldn’t give us a look in

  67. My kids, they would sniff these out straight away 🙂

  68. Claudia Dance says:

    I wouldn’t have much option but to share them with my kids!!

  69. My children, in fact they would probably munch them all before i got a look in – they sound sooo tasty!

    • Grab a bag before they get their hands on them and hide them! They are scrumptious. In fact, I had other sweets yesterday and it quite simply was not the same. I want more Goody Good Stuff!!!

  70. I suppose I should share with my family (grudgingly)

  71. Kiran Parry says:

    I would share with mam because her birthday won’t be long.

  72. Charlotte Carter-Dunn says:

    My sister and nephews, not that I’d get a chance to eat any myself!

  73. My body we r both obsessed with sweets!

  74. #boyf (predictive text!)

  75. Elaine Flockhart says:

    I’d have to share with my Children..I wouldn’t have a choice! (and I probably wouldn’t get any!)

  76. Gemma Snell says:

    my kids, but then i probably wouldn’t get a look in 🙂

  77. kazza ham says:

    would love these 🙂

  78. Harriet says:

    my future stepchildren

  79. Jacob Wells says:

    My Friends, we could watch a film whilst eating them

  80. Michael Griffin says:

    All the family

  81. leanne tobin says:

    I would share with my kids and maybe the hubby lol 🙂

  82. lara Davis says:

    My hubby on date night

  83. Lisa Ayling says:

    I would have to eat them all myself !

  84. Holly S says:

    I would share with my sister and my partner…maybe 😉

  85. Edward Guerreiro says:

    I would share them with my little cousins.

  86. I would share with the family

  87. The whole family (I would have no choice, If I have sweets they find them…) 🙂

  88. Elizabeth (Liz) Briggs says:

    My little family would love to try these 🙂

  89. Eleanor Wigmore says:

    My new husband! (We just got married!)

  90. Clare Martin says:

    I would share these sweets with my daughter.

  91. Alison Bruce says:

    I would share with my son

  92. Lori Mckillop says:

    They look lush!! <3

  93. sarah birkett says:

    I would “share” them with my children, At 16 & 18, they are both planning results parties, and will require lots and lots of sweets

  94. Amy PJ says:

    My brother. He is still a big fan of sweets!

  95. kayleigh bates says:

    My daughter…….grudgingly 😛

  96. Lorraine Tinsley says:

    My husband, daughter and maybe my brother

  97. makila wheatley says:

    Selfishly….Id eat them all myself…i love sweets!

  98. cecelia allen says:

    I would share with my grandchildren

  99. Me and the children would love to share them

  100. julie laing says:

    My children

  101. Felicity Kelly says:

    I would share them with my children x

  102. My man

  103. lauren pilkington says:

    my children… we ould have to hide them from their dad though because he loves sweets!

  104. the kids

  105. Liam Bishop says:

    Friends at work

  106. Lisa Collins says:

    My daughter

  107. Tammy Tudor says:

    my whole family 🙂

  108. catherine plant says:

    my boyfriend he loves gummy sweets

  109. I’d share win my neighbours; they have been so welcoming and helpful since we moved in. 🙂

  110. pauline hill says:

    grandchildren love em

  111. With the kids

  112. Lillian Fisher says:

    My son and daughter x

  113. melanie betteridge says:

    my partner and my dad

  114. k walsh says:

    With my niece Lilly

  115. jayne hall says:

    everyone in the house

  116. Suzanne Cooke says:

    With my lovely bored daughter

  117. Tracy Newton says:

    I would shared them with my husband and toddler

  118. Helen Stratton says:

    My husband and the 4 kids, my mum would probably nick a couple as well!

  119. Ooh, 6 that’s huge! I know… I’m still in shock 6 months on!! Treasure EVERY DAY! I have no idea if this happens to all 6 year olds or just mine!?! But all of a sudden she changed 6 years, 4 months old… A dramatic change… So treasure every day – just in case 😉

    Love the card he drew, and all the gorgeous pics of those delicious sweets!

    Thanks for linking to #brilliantblogposts – I’ve absolutely loved hosting, most especially because I get to read ALL the awesome posts that get linked <3

  120. thekiwibex says:

    My husband!

  121. jane greenfield says:

    the kids

  122. Dawn Chapman says:

    I don’t think I would share sorry!!

  123. Christina Brown says:

    My flatmates because if I didn’t then they’d help themselves anyway!! ;-D

  124. my son

  125. Solange says:

    My kids

  126. helen southam says:

    My little girl Rosie and her daddy of course!

  127. Melanie Edjourian says:

    my little girls would share them with their friends on a playdate.

  128. lynn Heath says:

    I would have to share them with the kids…. even if I hid them they would sniff them out in seconds!!!!

  129. Barbara Handley says:

    My five children.

  130. Allan Wilson says:

    Absolutely no-one

  131. Rebecca Owen says:

    If I won, I’d have to share them with my daughter as she’d kill me if I ate them all!

  132. Angie Poulding says:

    my work colleagues x

  133. Keith Hunt says:

    Think i will hide them in the shed for on wet days.

  134. Zoe Roxby says:

    my kids would probably eat them

  135. Hayley says:

    With my family

  136. My children if they let me near them!

  137. Kelly Wheelhouse says:

    I would share them with my lovely fiance

  138. Pamela says:

    My friend’s little daughter (if she was good and I didn’t eat them first!).

  139. Lorraine Polley says:

    i would share these with my grandson daniel

  140. Andrea Morton says:

    With my husband and two girls

  141. Carol Emmett says:

    My boyfriend.
    Well, it’s the thought that counts!

  142. MichelleD says:

    My Daughter!

  143. Both my boys love them

  144. Sarah Ladybird Tucker says:

    My girls would

  145. maxine m partridge says:

    My kids would pinch them!

  146. greig spencer says:


  147. kristin burdsall says:

    My beautiful children

  148. katie skeoch says:

    the kids will probably want some, would have to hide them from the other half!!

  149. cherie shaw says:

    I would share with my son’s 🙂

  150. Michelle Ferguson says:

    My two lovely nephews

  151. Liz Hardie says:

    my 2 nephews x

  152. Jennifer Jack says:

    my son and friends

  153. Anthony G says:

    My friend Dee – we’re both big kiddies at heart! 🙂

  154. My children

  155. kirsty john says:

    My Mum, Dad and sister

  156. EJ Dunn says:

    My partner who loves anything to do with food!

  157. laura jayne bates says:

    my children

  158. Amy Ripley says:

    my daughter!!!

  159. Carroll Marsh says:

    I Would give most of them to my gorgeous kids and some for me!

  160. Stevie says:

    I’d share with my niece’s Beth and Pippa. Granddad might get one if he’s lucky.

  161. Anne Dalzell says:

    My hubby and my two babies

  162. Hannah Bee Griffin says:

    My two muchkins Daisy-Mae & Tiger-Joe

  163. gemma raines says:

    my neighbour

  164. michelle banks says:

    my beautiful grandaughter x

  165. faye huntington says:

    my nephew! 🙂 faye x

  166. tracey thompson says:

    my lovely grandchildren

  167. Jane Evans says:

    My kids but I’d ration them to make sure I got my fair share!!

  168. tina edwards says:

    my gorgeous grandaughter ruby

  169. Julie Booth says:

    My sweet toothed daughter

  170. my grandaughter

  171. Joanna Butler-Savage says:

    no-one -they’re mine all mie

  172. Sarah Norgrove says:

    My dad for being so supportive

  173. Alexandra Blue says:

    my daughter & her well loved cuddly koala

  174. my children on movie night x x

  175. Allan Fullarton says:

    They would love them.

  176. Karen R says:

    Looks like there’d be enough for my daughters and their friends!

  177. sarah pearce says:

    i dont think i would get a chance to share them,the kids and hubby will soon munch their way through them!! x

  178. Pam Francis Gregory says:

    My husband

  179. Wendy Smith says:

    My lovely husband and children

  180. Helen Belton says:

    My hubbie 🙂

  181. Samantha Sharpe says:

    My fiance and his 2 children

  182. Diana Socha says:

    My hubby and son.

  183. clare d says:

    my son and lovely other half x

  184. I’d share them with my work colleagues!

  185. I love the sour gummies! But I’m afraid I rarely share them with others…

  186. Amanda Young says:

    My fiance 🙂

  187. Clara Bee says:

    I’d share with my other half

  188. I’d share them with my gf and 11 year old boy

  189. Matt Froggatt says:

    No one! They’re all mine!!!!

  190. nat eveleigh says:

    my children and husband 🙂

  191. sarah davison says:

    I suppose I’d share them with my two girls…they do share theirs with me so I guess it’s only right.

  192. My Grandaughter

  193. Laura F says:

    My kids and a girl at work who is vegan

  194. Jamie says:

    My Brother 🙂

  195. Caroline Kelly says:

    My daughters friends, need fillings for sweetie cups for her upcoming bday party

  196. Teresa Lee says:

    My kids

  197. Sophie Lester says:

    I would share them with my Dad. He loves sweets!

  198. Sarahann Tonner says:

    My little sister

  199. Julie Ward says:

    The grandchildren I would have no choice

  200. I would share with my kids

  201. Shelly Beckman says:

    My husband and children….maybe 😉

  202. I’d share them with our friends’ grandchildren – and maybe let my husband have one or two as well 😀

  203. Catherine Bell says:

    my hubby he’s sweetie mad 🙂

  204. I would share with my son

  205. Mark Palmer says:

    My children

  206. barbara madden says:

    my boys

  207. aideen p says:

    My 5 year old daughter & sweet toothed boyfriend :))

  208. Sarah Kelly says:

    Possibly with friends on one of our cinema trips, if they lasted that long!

  209. Natalie Crossan says:

    My mum 🙂

  210. Nicola Lynch says:

    My husband!

  211. Joanna Sawka says:

    my son

  212. Hubby and our eldest son 🙂

  213. tory Stockley twitter says:

    My nephew would love this so would I yummy

  214. Nicola Stephenson says:


  215. Eleanor Jones says:

    My flatmates 🙂

  216. Janet Thornton says:

    I would have to eat them all myself because as a responsible parent I would deem these to be bad for my childrens teeth.Well that’s my excuse anyway.

  217. christy beckett says:

    My husband and children hopefully there would be some left for me x

  218. Angela Williams says:

    If I really have to share, it will be with my 2 children and may be my husband

  219. Stephen Castle says:

    Please Please I would love them

  220. Trudi Walsh says:

    I’d share them with my boys x

  221. Kelly Hooper says:

    My kids, though they probably wouldn’t share with me! lol

  222. sarah rees says:

    my 2 kids

  223. Katherine Coldicott says:

    I’d share with my 3 boys.

  224. Mike Gerrie says:

    I would share them with my Daughter

  225. Amanda Milton says:

    My Mum

  226. Kerry Lethbridge says:

    My fiance is a sweet addict so we’d hide them from him for starters then me and the twins could share them in secret 🙂

  227. Clare S says:

    My daughter will eat them all!

  228. Cheryl says:

    I’d stash them in my suitcase for my holiday with my little sister – treats for the journey!

  229. Kristy Brown says:

    My kids

  230. Julie Howarth says:

    My family 🙂

  231. Wendy Shippam says:

    My vegetarian children and vegan husband. Yummy!

  232. Nicola Jones says:

    My lovely 2 children

  233. Zoe lucas says:

    My daughter Sophie-Sue and Son Joseph 😀

  234. Sarah Lewis says:

    My niece and nephew x

  235. jamie banks says:

    my daughter x

  236. Clint Howat says:


  237. Kelly Roberts says:

    My 2 kids

  238. claire wilkinson says:

    my 2 kids

  239. Tina Holmes says:

    The kids and the other half

  240. jenette ogborn says:

    my children

  241. Annmarie Jefferies says:

    I’d share with my mum

  242. Erica field says:

    My boys

  243. Kirsty Woods says:

    My children

  244. tonkatol says:

    would share with my daughter – or bribe her to behave!

  245. sarah archibald says:

    My little girl…if she lets me have any!

  246. damian thomas says:

    my nieces and nephews

  247. Lyndsey Beckford says:

    I would share them with my friends on a girls’ night in 🙂

  248. Charlotte G says:

    my family

  249. Andrea Johnson says:

    with my kids 🙂

  250. What, I have to share? My mum and her other half then 🙂

  251. My Children

  252. Lauren Old says:

    Friends and family

  253. Andrea Williams says:

    My granddaughter Grace, I would be the best granny x

  254. jackie curran says:

    My family , we would love to try this, as always avoid nasty gelatine .

  255. Martina Pichova says:

    My family

  256. DAWN TOTTON says:

    I would share them with my lovely fella.

  257. andrew reed says:

    my wife and daughter

  258. katherine b says:

    With my kids and husband x

  259. GEOFF WICKENS says:

    My 4 grown up kids

  260. Mark Chamberlin says:

    I’d share them with my fiancee and my son!

  261. Alison Turner says:

    My grandchildren 🙂

  262. I’ve been invited to a 5th Birthday party next month, so that would be the present sorted!

  263. Chris Minko says:

    My daughter and her family

  264. Pat Stubbs says:

    My gorgeous grandchildren

  265. Jennifer Bailey says:

    My husband.

  266. emma falvi says:

    my friend Paul

  267. simon hardy says:

    Although I would want to keep them for myself I suppose I would HAVE to share with my wife and kids!

  268. Susan Pringle says:

    I’d share with my partner and our kids. We love these sweets, in fact it’s one of only a few sweets we all like.

  269. Samantha Sugden says:

    My Daughter

  270. Pauline H Black says:

    my grandson jayden

  271. My husband and 4 grown up children

  272. Susan Freeman says:

    I wouldn’t have to share in my house as I’m on my own, but dare say I would take them down to my sister and father 🙂

  273. Hekna says:

    My partner who has a bit of a sweet tooth!

  274. My 83 year old mother in law as she is still a big kid at heart

  275. my lovely mum

  276. gracieg says:

    my friends

  277. My family – I’m sure I could ‘sweet talk’ them round!

  278. olivia280177 says:

    I don’t like sweets and nor do my boys but my daughter and niece would love them!

  279. Rena Plumridge says:

    My children they would love them

  280. Isabell Whitenstall says:

    I would share them with my sister as she loves them

  281. joanne liddement says:

    I would share with my son

  282. Paula Readings says:

    I would take them to work, we could eat them during our shift.

  283. Angela Paull says:

    My 3 year old wee man and I guess I might let my fiancé have some 🙂

  284. With my husband, he loves sweets!

  285. I’d be handing them over to the kids & would be one very popular Mumzy!

  286. William Gould says:

    Have to share them with wifey, or “she takes her favourites and I have the rest” is how it usually works!

  287. Linda Streater says:

    I would have to share them with my 6 Grandchildren, but I don’t think they will last very long 🙂

  288. Judith Allen (@JudeVFR400) says:

    I love sweets, and share with my partner. I would also send some to my vegan daughter, I would, honest. I wouldn’t scoff them all myself.

  289. Jill m says:

    My daughters

  290. My bestest chum G.C.

  291. Tracy says:

    My kids!

  292. liz ferguson says:

    My family

  293. Sally Rose says:

    my nephew

  294. Allison Campbell says:

    My work colleagues case we need a treat

  295. Angela Kelly says:

    My nephew

  296. Donna Gilligan says:

    I would be lucky if my kids shared them with me!

  297. Nat thomason says:

    My daughter 🙂

  298. Caroline Howard says:

    My son and daughter and no doubt my partner would want some too!

  299. Vera Bahounkova says:

    My grandson Toby

  300. My grandchildren

  301. Share? You expect me to share? Oh well, go on then, I’m sure I could spare some for hubby & little ones… 😉

  302. Eleanor Powell says:

    My hubby and daughter would wolf these down

  303. Laura Whittle says:

    My little girls Alexa and Chloe x

  304. carlie bryan says:

    my kiddiwinks, who are and always will be addicted to sweets, ha ha, as much as me!

  305. Lynne OConnor says:

    my sons

  306. Nicola Holland says:

    My children 🙂

  307. esther james says:

    my lovely kids

  308. No-one, they’d be all mine hee hee

  309. Anne KIAZ Brookes says:

    My daughters and grandson.

  310. Susan Hoggett says:

    my daughter

  311. Jill fairbank says:

    my children

  312. My daughter and her best friend when she comes over to play.

  313. angy pangy says:

    Me and my 2 girls would share them before daddy gets them 🙂

  314. Tamsin Dean says:

    My kids

  315. Caroline says:

    I think that would be my lovely daughter Ellie

  316. catriona nation says:

    My children

  317. Jolice McGee says:

    My little boy and fella xx

  318. alisa moore says:

    My boy

  319. Ms colleen Thomas says:

    With my 4 grand children

  320. Rachel B says:

    my niece

  321. After reading your review I don’t think I want to share with anyone! But,I’d let my niece & nephew have a taste 🙂

  322. Champaklal Lad says:

    mesha tinking sharing means less for me – sharing not must I do

  323. Monika S says:

    my 2 children

  324. Kirsty Greer says:

    My hubby and daughters would love these xx

  325. marian. fievez says:

    My husband and daughter.

  326. Lauren Main says:

    my baby brother x

  327. Paula Wicks-Farr says:

    Just me!

  328. Jackie Chapman says:

    My Granddaughters Lacy and Libbi

  329. clair dutton says:

    my son

  330. Michelle Wild says:

    My husband and cat

  331. alice lightning says:

    my four children and huspband

  332. Joanne Clough says:

    All for me until my boys find them

  333. Karen Martin says:

    I would share with my fiancé and my son.


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