Review of Schwartz Gluten Free Recipe Mixes (& a Giveaway)

Last night, as I was on my way to the Gluten-free Supper Club organised by the lovely people at Schwartz™ to celebrate the launch of their gluten-free range, it felt like I was just going on a girly night out. I would be seeing a few of my blogging friends, and also meet a few members of The ‘Free From’ Gang (true story, we have a secret Facebook group called just that!). Check us out!

Schwartz™ Gluten Free range? Yes, you read that right: the people at Schwartz™ have been working tirelessly to bring us a range of spice mixes that are totally completely free from gluten. Whether eliminating gluten from your diet is a choice or a necessity, these affordable spice mixes will make your life easier!

From left to right:

Corina at ‘Searching for Spice’

Kate at ‘The Gluten Free Alchemist’

Nath at ‘The Intolerant Gourmand’

Eb at ‘Easy Peasy Foodie’

Kirsty at ‘Hijacked by Twins’ and little me!

The launch of ‘Schwartz™ Gluten Free’ took place at The Hospital Club, a stunning venue that also happens to be a private members’ club for the creative industries. It was a real privilege to be there and the evening kicked off with a presentation of the new range.

Schwartz™ Gluten Free range? Yes, you read that right: the people at Schwartz™ have been working tirelessly to bring us a range of spice mixes that are totally completely free from gluten. Whether eliminating gluten from your diet is a choice or a necessity, these affordable spice mixes will make your life easier!

Schwartz™ are known for their high-quality herbs and spices. The latter naturally add flavours to food and the aim of the new range was to provide time-poor families with the perfect blend of spices to replicate quickly and easily a gluten-free version of popular dishes like macaroni cheese, chilli con carne or cottage pie.

Why launch a gluten-free range now?

Although they are already hugely successful with their range of herbs, spies and mixes, the people at Schwartz™ constantly work on food trends, changing lifestyles and general demand. Gluten-free alternatives are certainly in demand at the moment, whether it be for health reasons or as a lifestyle choice.

In recent years it has been easier to find convenience food that is free from a variety of allergens, but there was definitely a gap in the market for affordable alternatives. ‘Free from’ food is getting better and better, but it still tends to be double or triple the price of regular products, so I was rather impressed by the £1.30 price tag on Schwartz™ gluten-free recipe mixes.

The culinary department at Schwartz™ developed the spice mixes so that the whole family could enjoy flavour-packed food without worrying about gluten sneaking its way into their dinner.

The recipe mixes are based around popular family meals like Macaroni Cheese, Cottage Pie, Chicken Casserole, Spaghetti Bolognese and Chilli Con Carne. They are the perfect blends of herbs and spices that deliver great results for your meals, at a reasonable price. What more could you ask for?

The new range is certified gluten-free. It which took about two years from concept to launch, and those flavour packs are well and truly safe for those with a gluten intolerance and for Coeliacs. The fact each sachet displays Coeliac UK’s Crossed Grain symbol is a seal of approval by the charity that assures customers the spice blends are suitable for people with coeliac disease. Since Jumpy is allergic to wheat, we also find the symbol reassuring sit is a quick and easy way of identifying products that are safe to eat.

Amanda Hamilton was also there with a couple of hats on. She is a renowned nutritionist and also mother who cooks for a diverse range of ages and tastes.

She described Schwartz™ Gluten Free recipe mixes as “healthy acceptable shortcuts.” Since they are affordable and easier to use, they are available to all. Going gluten-free by default is nowadays more and more mainstream, and it makes sense from a nutritional point of view. Schwartz™ provides us with shortcuts, without compromising on the flavours.

I could not agree more. In an ideal world, I would have a couple of hours a day to stand by a bubbling pot on the stove, cooking absolutely everything from scratch as my angelic children entertain themselves without turning the house upside down. In reality, my children wreck my house and after three school pick-ups, there are generally clubs, play dates, hospital appointments and children who are “starving” so if I have not had time to pre-cook our dinner at the weekend, shortcuts are most welcome, as long as flavours are there.

The first dish I tried as an appetiser was a small portion of courgetti Bolognese, and I have to say it tasted delicious. I have to say I found it refreshing to see a ‘free from’ range that was much cheaper (£1.30 per sachet!) than usual, and therefore a lot more accessible than what we are used to. The initial presentation was followed by a drinks reception. I had a perfectly spiced cinnamon Martini.

Schwartz™ Gluten Free range? Yes, you read that right: the people at Schwartz™ have been working tirelessly to bring us a range of spice mixes that are totally completely free from gluten. Whether eliminating gluten from your diet is a choice or a necessity, these affordable spice mixes will make your life easier!

The Gluten Free supper club was set in a forest-like reception room, and I pleased to sit between Eb and Amanda, with whom conversation was flowing all evening.

Schwartz™ Gluten Free range? Yes, you read that right: the people at Schwartz™ have been working tirelessly to bring us a range of spice mixes that are totally completely free from gluten. Whether eliminating gluten from your diet is a choice or a necessity, these affordable spice mixes will make your life easier!

We were really spoilt when it came to the food, with a Mini Mac ’n’ Cheese with Schwartz™ Gluten Free Cheese Sauce Mix which was tasty and creamy.

Schwartz™ Gluten Free range? Yes, you read that right: the people at Schwartz™ have been working tirelessly to bring us a range of spice mixes that are totally completely free from gluten. Whether eliminating gluten from your diet is a choice or a necessity, these affordable spice mixes will make your life easier!

Photo credit: Schwartz™

The main course was a bit of a feast. We had Chilli Chicken and Chorizo with Schwartz™ Gluten Free Chilli Con Carne Mix. The chicken was moist, beautifully spiced and I love the fact the people at Schwartz™ broke the barriers and decided to show us the versatility of the mixes by using a Chilli mix with deboned chicken thighs or Veggie Stuffed Peppers with Gluten Free Spaghetti Bolognese mix.

Schwartz™ Gluten Free range? Yes, you read that right: the people at Schwartz™ have been working tirelessly to bring us a range of spice mixes that are totally completely free from gluten. Whether eliminating gluten from your diet is a choice or a necessity, these affordable spice mixes will make your life easier!

Photo credit: Schwartz™

My absolute favourite was the steak with Schwartz™ Gluten-Free Peppercorn Sauce. It was to die for and I am looking forward to making it when I next get steak. Although I love peppercorn sauce, I have not made it in years because my children would not touch it. Going for the convenience of a mix is really appealing!

Schwartz™ Gluten Free range? Yes, you read that right: the people at Schwartz™ have been working tirelessly to bring us a range of spice mixes that are totally completely free from gluten. Whether eliminating gluten from your diet is a choice or a necessity, these affordable spice mixes will make your life easier!

Photo credit: Schwartz™

I also loved the Veggie Fajitas with Schwartz™ Gluten Free Fajitas Mix. All of the above were served with gluten-free chips, rice, salad, plenty of greens, sour sauce and mashed avocado and I ate about twice as I normally eat. What a gorgeous dinner!

Schwartz™ Gluten Free range? Yes, you read that right: the people at Schwartz™ have been working tirelessly to bring us a range of spice mixes that are totally completely free from gluten. Whether eliminating gluten from your diet is a choice or a necessity, these affordable spice mixes will make your life easier!

We had macarons with mango and curry powder and truffles with cinnamon for dessert and it was time to head home. Long story short: I took the wrong train and ended up miles away from home, with no train going back towards London. Not only did the taxi ride home cost me £50, but the driver behaved like a Formula 1 driver. Not the best journey home I’ve ever had…

Oh well, such is life. I arrived at home safe and sound much later than planned and a bit frazzled, but a good night’s sleep and all was forgotten.

Here is the range of Schwartz™ Gluten Free blends, and the main spices that flavour them:

  • Fajitas – cumin, chillies and oregano
  • Chilli con Carne – chilli powder, ground cumin and cocoa powder
  • Spaghetti Bolognese – tomato, garlic, basil and oregano
  • Cottage Pie – garlic, rosemary and thyme
  • Chicken Casserole – onion, garlic, oregano and sage
  • Beef Gravy
  • Peppercorn Sauce
  • Cheese Sauce

Which of these gluten-free mixes would you fancy trying first?

Check the website for product details, useful tips and recipes using the mixes.

 

 

I have teamed up with Schwartz™ to give away a hamper to one lucky reader, containing:

– 8 Schwartz™ Gluten Free recipe mixes

– #GlutenFreeFlavour plate

–  £20 Cowshed voucher

–  3 x spice infused candles

–  a heart wooden spoon

–  Recipe Cards

To be in with a chance of winning just complete one or more entries below. Good luck!
How to enter the giveaway:

You can pick and choose a range of ways in which to enter. The only one you must click on to get into the draw is the one asking you to leave a blog post comment. You must also leave a comment telling us which one of the mixes you fancy trying first.

Entries are open until 23.59 p.m. GMT time on Tuesday 28 March 2017. Good luck!

Schwartz

Disclosure:

– The prize will be supplied directly by Schwartz™.

– The giveaway is open to UK residents over 18.

– This is a sponsored post but all opinions and photos (unless specified) are my own.

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Comments

  1. The fajitas mix as my kids love chicken fajitas!

  2. emma walters says:

    would love to try out the gravy on our sunday roast

    • I was thinking just that for my little girl: she doesn’t normally have gravy as the mix my husband buys is not wheat-free.

  3. Chris Davies says:

    The fajitas look LOVELY!

  4. Would love to try the gravy, that’s one thing i struggle with on a cooked dinner to make it tasty

  5. Amy Fidler says:

    Fajita mix pkease x

  6. ALLAN EVANS says:

    beef gravy

  7. kim jackson says:

    I would love to try out this gravy 😀 not keen on the brand i’m using currently

  8. PEPPERCORN SAUCE AAArrrggghhh! Sorry, got a bit excited there, said I wanted that one! 🙂

  9. Jennifer Bailey says:

    They all sound nice but think the Chilli con carne would be my first one to try.

  10. Lorraine Stone says:

    LOVE to try the gluten free cheese sauce

  11. iain maciver says:

    the fajitas mix to try

  12. FreeFromFairy says:

    Oh Mel you do make me smile! You might want to change taco to taxi because that made me smile even more ;)! Sounds like a fab night apart from the ending…

  13. Harline Parkin says:

    Peppercorn sauce my husband would love that

  14. Jennifer Bruce says:

    I’d make a lovely Gluten Free Cottage Pie for my lovely mother in law

  15. Joanne Beale says:

    Chilli Con Carne would be my first choice

  16. Leanne says:

    Spaghetti bolognese

  17. kim wallace says:

    Spagehetti Bolognaise please

  18. Michaela Turner says:

    Spaghetti bolognnaise – my sons love it but i can’t even spell it 🙂

  19. Michelle O'Neill says:

    the gravy x i love gravy!

  20. Margaret Gallagher says:

    Fajita mix -a great feast for my family

  21. clair downham says:

    peppercorn sauce

  22. Would like the Fajita

  23. Conner j head says:

    Fajita mix

  24. Elizabeth Smith says:

    Chilli con carne, I’ll invite my brother round

  25. Lin martin says:

    Fajita mix – all sound great

  26. Mary N says:

    I would love to try the fajita mix.

  27. Nicola Hoare says:

    I would love to try the cottage pie one first 🙂

  28. Heather Haigh says:

    The gluten free cheese sauce mix.

  29. Rachel Phipps says:

    I really fancy the fajitas ????

  30. Victoria L says:

    Peppercorn sauce

  31. Fajitas, can’t get enough of them

  32. Kim M says:

    Fajitas I think x

  33. susan younger says:

    chicken casserole

  34. Tee simpson says:

    The fajita mix i think would be my 1st choice

  35. AnnMarie Gould says:

    i’d like to give the gravy a try mine always turns out lumpy 🙂

  36. It was a lovely evening for sure and so nice to meet you finally….. Lovely write up, although I hate having my photo taken and whizzed past that bit of your post really quick. I wished I had taken a couple of cocktail shots….. that Cinnamon Martini was so good.
    Sorry to hear that you got in a pickle going home….. but I am impressed that you managed to find an available ‘taco’ at that time of night….. Interesting picture in my head! x

  37. The peppercorn sauce 🙂

  38. Martina Pichova says:

    I would try the chicken casserole one first and I would make it with quorn so my veggie partner would eat it.

  39. Sarah Mackay says:

    The fajitas

  40. Jo Hutchinson says:

    The fajitas mix.

  41. Nicola Smith says:

    peppercorn sauce 🙂

  42. Katie h says:

    The fajita one 🙂

  43. Sandra Clarke says:

    The Cheese Sauce mix would be nice.

  44. Jo McPherson says:

    I’d love to try the peppercorn sauce

  45. Jennifer Haden says:

    The fajita mix sounds great, I grew up with fajita’s in southern california, would be great to see how these taste to the authentic versions 🙂

  46. Love chicken so I would try the Chicken casserole

  47. Tristan says:

    I’d try the peppercorn sauce first. I’m obsessed with peppercorns.

  48. Kim Styles says:

    The cheese sauce we love cheese sauce in Quinoa and rice pasta

  49. jen s morgan says:

    The fajaita mix sound really nice so would try this first

  50. Frances Sunshine Hopkins says:

    The Fajita mix

  51. Becky John says:

    The cheese sauce, would make a cauliflower cheese.

  52. Sarah Louise says:

    Mmmmm peppercorn sauce for definite!

  53. rebecca smith says:

    Fajitas would be fab to try for our family fajita friday nights

  54. Laura Todd says:

    I would try the Fajitas – yummy!

  55. LESLEY BRADLEY says:

    The fajita mix would go down well in our house!

  56. Laura Pritchard says:

    The Cottage Pie sounds lush!

  57. steven phillips says:

    Fajitas mix

  58. Ailsa says:

    Gravy , with a family of coeliacs it’s a necessary !

  59. Susan Jane Gray says:

    I Love a good Steak especially with PEPPERCORN SAUCE

  60. Maxine G says:

    The Fajitas mix – I love making my food a little spicy, so this would be ideal!

  61. Julie T says:

    The Fajita for sure

  62. dinobon says:

    Fajitas! We love making chicken fajitas in the slow cooker so it would be perfect to save some time.

  63. Angie McDonald says:

    The fajita mix sounds good!

  64. Ray Dodds says:

    The fajitas mix please

  65. The cheese sauce, would probably have it with chicken schnitzel.

  66. 15FIT says:

    The spaghetti bolongnese because that it my favourite dish all-time so it would be great to try the mix for it!

  67. Katie Skeoch says:

    Definitely the fajitas, my boys love them!

  68. Sheena Batey says:

    The fajita mix for me all the way and though I haven’t had a gluten intolerance confirmed I know it doesn’t suit me.

  69. Lorna Ledger says:

    oooh Chilli con Carni, it’s my favourite x

  70. melanie stirling says:

    The chicken casserole mix.

  71. Spencer Broadley says:

    The peppercorn sauce to have with a lovely steak

  72. Heather brannan says:

    Fajitas are always a winning dinner in our house

  73. Claire Woods says:

    cheese sauce

  74. Annabel Greaves says:

    I would try the spaghetti bolognaise mix, as the whole family love it x

  75. Marianne Daniels says:

    Would you believe I’ve never made cottage pie? I think I’d go for that. My mother would kill me if I used a fajitas mix, a true insult to our Latino heritage!

  76. Andy Davison says:

    Fajitas, gotta love them.

  77. Emma Sant says:

    Chilli con carne – I love it!:)

  78. jo liddement says:

    would love to make a super cauliflower cheese with the Gluten Free Chedder Cheese Sauce

  79. pete c says:

    chicken casserole would be my choice – sounds really tasty

  80. Kat Lucas says:

    The Fajitas as we love Mexican food

  81. Alixlouise says:

    Definitely the peppercorn sauce!

  82. cheryl hadfield says:

    The peppercorn sauce

  83. loveandsweetnessblog says:

    Like to try the cottage pie first.

  84. Keith Hunt says:

    chili con carne

  85. Sophie Roberts says:

    I’d love to try the cheese sauce!

  86. Sarah Ann says:

    Definitely the chilli con carne – I love chilli!

  87. The first mix I would try would be the fajita mix

  88. Joanne Hutchings says:

    I’d try the Peppercorn Sauce first.

  89. Lorraine Langham says:

    The cottage pie mix – hearty and filling. Yum!

  90. Natalie Crossan says:

    Peppercorn sauce xx

  91. Jo Glasspool says:

    The veggie fajitas!!

  92. Sharon Lou Johnson says:

    would love to try the cottage pie xx

  93. Tracy Newton says:

    I am a Coeliac. I would love to try the peppercorn sauce over a nice rump steak. It is fantastic to see that Schwartz are now doing a gluten free range

  94. Amie Richards says:

    Cottage pie 🙂

  95. Liam Bishop says:

    Fajita mix, bit of spice to life!

  96. Lynsey Buchanan says:

    The Peppercorn Sauce

  97. Philippa Bradbury says:

    Cottage pie ????

  98. Donna says:

    I’d love to try the chilly con carne.

  99. Samantha O'D says:

    Fajitas are a family favourite

  100. Fajitas mix 😀 love them! xo

    Thanks for the chance xo

  101. Amanda Tanner says:

    Think I would choose the chilli con carne

  102. Melissa Crowe says:

    Yummy bundle of goodies <3 i would try the spagetti bolognese 1st my fave meal 🙂

  103. Cheese sauce

  104. The fajitas mix for sure because we eat a lot f Mexican food, yumm

  105. Paula Barker says:

    Chilli con carne, perfect comfort food for me

  106. lucy higgins says:

    Fajita!

  107. hijackedbytwins says:

    Oooh Mel I love that picture! It was a great event and I cannot wait to try the mixes out and show them to the hubby! Hope to see you soon x

  108. lynn neal says:

    Cheese sauce to go on my cauliflower!

  109. Michelle Rutter Hughes says:

    oooo I bet the cheese sauce is divine <3

  110. JOANNE ROXBURGH says:

    gravy

  111. Carolynn Woodland says:

    Definitely Fajitas

  112. Lyndsey says:

    the fajita mix

  113. mary chez says:

    I would like to try the Peppercorn Sauce

  114. I’d love to make the chili with cocoa powder, I’ve never tried it before!

  115. Amanda says:

    I would try the Fajitas mix as we love Fajitas in our house

  116. Lauren Houfe says:

    The fajitas for me 🙂

  117. sarah rees says:

    the fajita mix

  118. Michaela Smith says:

    The cheese sauce one 🙂

  119. Rebecca Nisbet says:

    i would try the chilli con carne

  120. Gillian Holmes says:

    The fajitas look very yummy

  121. Jenifer says:

    Gluten Free cottage pie sounds delicious – as they all do! 🙂

  122. Fajitas!

  123. Joanne Darnell says:

    The peppercorn sauce

  124. Toni Pearson says:

    would love to try the fajita mix

  125. laura banks says:

    the chilli con carne

  126. Rachel Low says:

    Peppercorn xx

  127. Rachel Morgan says:

    I would like to do the chicken casserole for my children x

  128. chani lewis says:

    Cheese sauce if you please x

  129. Hayley Lynch says:

    Chilli con Carne

  130. Solange says:

    The fajita mix looks delicious.

  131. Fajitas!

  132. Clare Thomas says:

    I have recently found out that I am gluten free after getting a test done and have been so sad that I am now very limited to what I can have! I was so excited to see that there is a gluten free cheese sauce!!! So I would try this one first, but I’d also try all of them after. This opens up so many more options for me!!

    • I know! These little mixes are brilliant, and they’re really affordable too, which is rarely the case with ‘free from’ food.

      • Clare Thomas says:

        Aww thank you for replying to me! I know I have been looking into it and seen how pricey it all is 🙁 My food shop is going to be so much now! I will definitely be looking out for these in the supermarkets! Oh and the stuffed peppers look delicious!!

        • Thanks Clare. I think it’s much more expensive when you get started on your ‘free from’ journey but after a few months (years?), you know how to best substitute and you also know the cheapest brand. It’s also an opportunity to go for meals that are naturally gluten-free. Good luck with everything.

  133. Jessica Sawyer says:

    Gravy!

  134. Ruth Harwood says:

    Cottage Pie xx

  135. Chloe Headington says:

    I’d try the mac and cheese, nom!

  136. Emma Smiley says:

    Fajitas for def.

  137. Jayne Townson says:

    I’d try the Gluten Free Chicken Fajitas. Thanks for the lovey giveaway.

  138. megamitts says:

    I’d hit the fajitas!

  139. gemma brown says:

    the fajitas our favourite.

  140. the cottage pie sounds lovely on a sunday night

  141. The peppercorn sauce mix for steak.

  142. Michelle Ferguson says:

    I would try the fajita mix first

  143. JULIE WARD says:

    The chicken casserole, we love chicken in this house

  144. Helen Stratton says:

    A really good choice there but first I would try the chicken casserole 🙂

  145. Charlotte Carter-Dunn says:

    I would try the chilli con carne mix first – lovely with a jacket potato 🙂

  146. tracy baines says:

    I would try the cottage pie one first and invite my (coeliac) sister-in-law round to eat it

  147. ElizM says:

    I’d go for the fajitas first

  148. helen cruse says:

    Am not a needer of Gluten free, but last weekend, found 5 items in the supermarket which attracted me to them… I know not what is going on, but I find myself strangely attracted to them.

  149. Kim Beale says:

    The Peppercorn sauce with some chunky steaks 🙂 x

  150. The cheese sauce. A nice base I can jazz up for cauliflower cheese, carbonara etc. Thanks

  151. Kym Robson says:

    Love to try the Peppercorn sauce

  152. Jeanette says:

    I think I’d try the spaghetti bolognaise mix first.

  153. kathy cakebread says:

    would love to try it out in the gravy for our roast

  154. claire griffiths says:

    The fajitas as all the family like them

  155. Lindsey Loughtman says:

    I’d try beef gravy. Mmmmm!

  156. T Brailey says:

    I would try the Peppercorn Sauce first – I love this.

  157. Virginia C. says:

    I’d love to try the Gluten Free Chicken Fajitas, yum!

  158. mariad411 says:

    fajitas

  159. shaz wilkes says:

    spag bol

  160. Danielle Mc says:

    Cottage pie mix would be totally scrummy!!

  161. mandydoherty65 says:

    The Chicken Casserole Mix sounds delicous

  162. Candyfloss says:

    I would try the Cottage Pie first, it’s one of my favourites.

  163. Jodi Hill says:

    Fajitas!! We all absolutely love Mexican in our home….I’m sure they’d be a hit!

  164. JUSTINE EDWARDS says:

    I think the first thing out of the schwartz gluten free recipe mixes would be the Chilli

  165. carole nott says:

    they all look very interesting – but i would try first the cheese sauce mix for macaroni

  166. Rachel Craig says:

    Chicken Casserole.

  167. Nat thomason says:

    I love fajitas and these are gluten free 🙂

  168. Rachel Butterworth says:

    The Fajita mix.

  169. Kathryn Hipkin says:

    Gluten free cheese sauce sounds rather nice

  170. maria blythin says:

    thanks for the lovely giveaway x

  171. Cottage Pie! x

  172. I thinK I’d have to try the chilli con carne first

  173. Lorraine Kirk says:

    I would try the fajita mix as it is a real faff to make from scratch.

  174. Sophie D says:

    I’d try the gravy – really hard to get a nice tasting gluten free one!

  175. Katie Sharman says:

    Chicken casserole

  176. Eileen Sumner says:

    Would try the Cheese Sauce

  177. Deborah Mackenzie says:

    The cheese sauce. But those macaroons sound amazing.

  178. Mike Gerrie says:

    I would love to try the Fajita mix first

  179. Danielle Cresswell says:

    Love to try the chilli one

  180. Paula T says:

    Fajita mix, we love fajitas in our house x

  181. natalie moore says:

    fahjitas yummy

  182. Rebecca Beesley (The Beesley Buzz) says:

    so great they’ve launched a gluten free range. i’d try fajita mix first!

  183. MICHELLE Stewart says:

    Fajita Mix

  184. Alice Colling says:

    Cottage pie x

  185. Clare Hubbard says:

    Chilli con carne for us!

  186. susan greer says:

    Chicken pie

  187. Victoria Prince says:

    I’d love to try the Gluten Free Chilli con Carne Recipe Mix first 🙂

  188. Mary H says:

    OOooh I’d love to try the fajitas first as they look sexy.

  189. Sophie Ade says:

    I would try beef gravy first

  190. deborah smith says:

    The fajitas for a refreshing change xxx fab giveaway thankyou x

  191. Laura Johns says:

    Cottage pie would be the first thing we’d try. X

  192. catonthemoonart says:

    Yummmmyy

  193. Allan Wilson says:

    The peppercorn sauce

  194. Sadiyya Maryam says:

    Definitely the fajita mix first. My daughter loves making this dish with me!

  195. Salma H says:

    Definitely the fajita mix! 🙂

  196. Amy Dickson says:

    They all sound great but the cottage pie mix would be fab

  197. Rebecca Howells (@Peanuthog) says:

    fajita mix and chilli mix

  198. Tania Atfield says:

    Chilli con carne

Thanks for taking the time to write a little message. Comments always make me smile! x Mel