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Kez's Kitchen Cafe Snacks


These are the latest release from the Australian made products by Kez's Kitchen called Taking Cafe Home. I tried really hard to make these last in my house but they were too yummy and didn't last long. That is precisely why I have a lack of pictures of us devouring them. The kids took off with the biscuits as soon as I opened up the pack. We have to have some sort of biscuit in the house because I am a tea and coffee addict.

In their own words, Kez’s Taking Cafe Home range allows biscuit-lovers to enjoy the luxury cafe experience in their own homes. The five new products add a creative twist to family favourites. Mini Mixed Moments is a new take on Melting Moments, a packet of nine bite-size melting moments in heavenly chocolate, red velvet and passionfruit flavours which were inspired by the French macaron.  


This is Jacquie eating her mini red velvet melting moment. The other little boy ran off with the passionfruit ones and ate them all! I only got to eat one of them. Can you believe that? I give these ones a 7/10. I'm not a big fan of melting moments. They seem to be generally too buttery for me but the kids didn't mind at all. They did like the chocolate melting moment the best.
 
Now, these are the BEST cookies. They are the Chocolate Mud Cookie Bites. They are sooo awesome. I had them during the evening with a cup of tea and we finished off the whole box. I tried to eat as many as my hands could grab before the kids ate them all as well. I am selfish with my biscuits like that. These I give 10/10. I love the crunchiness and the chocolate flavour of these. The hard part is stopping at just one or a few. It's definately a crowd pleaser. Go buy yourself a few packs.


We had these Salted Caramel Peanut and Pretzels last. I thought they could have had a bit more flavour. They were a bit dry and I didn't dislike them but I didn't like them either. Hubby ate a few as he wanted a snack to eat. If they didn't have the chocolate at the bottom I wouldn't have enjoyed the taste of them. You can't tell there's a pretzel in it and it's actually not salty like you think. I'd describe it like a cornflake biscuit?  Anyway, I give them a 5/10. The only thing I liked about these is that they come in individual packs so you can pop them in your purse/bag for when you go out. We have finished the whole box though, if that's saying anything.



So there you have it. Kez's Taking Cafe Home bisuits are available at your local shopping store. A family-owned business where all good things come from their kitchen to your table. Try some out today.

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