Things We Loved in April: Yumbles Round-Up

Now that April has come to an end, we’re bringing together some of our favourite foodie fun from the past month in our round-up. Read on to discover the sweet treats, leftover feasts and new arrivals we loved in April…

New to Yumbles this April

Just a few of the new and exciting additions to Yumbles…


  1. Nibnibs Cheese Straws

We’re thrilled to welcome Nibnibs to Yumbles! Nibnibs make exceedingly tasty cheese straws. Baked in Yorkshire with love and the finest ingredients, click here to discover them for yourself.

  1. Biskaties Biscuits- Biscuits made for Dunking

Sometimes there’s just nothing better than a cup of tea with a biscuit for dunking. Biskatie’s are twice-baked for a delicious crunch and a texture than can sustain a good dunking in your favorite hot drink. Lovingly made with the finest local ingredients and available in four delectable flavours. Browse them here.

  1. The Food Ministry – Cake in a Tin

Choose from a delicious range of cakes that can be ready to eat in just 15 minutes. Simply add water, bake in the oven and enjoy scrumptious Chocolate, Irish coffee, Red Velvet or Chilli Chocolate cake. A perfect gift for a loved one of fun treat for yourself. Find out more about The Food Ministry here.

  1.   Special Edition Belinda Clark Marshmallows

Over Easter, we ran a marshmallow flavour competition with Belinda Clark Confectionery. We had loads of great suggestions but the winning flavour was… Raspberry with Dark Chocolate and a Hazelnut Crunch Topping! These special edition marshmallow are now available to buy here for just £4.00.

Choose Chocolate

That slight feeling of sickness from munching our way through Easter-eggs has finally worn off and we can now appreciate the joys of chocolate once again. What we love about chocolate is the different ways in which it can be enjoyed. Here are some of our favourite chocolatey treats from Yumbles sellers:


  1. Ghost Chilli Chocolate Trio – Grim Reaper (£11.50)

This is one for the more daring chocoholic! Bars of dark, milk and white chocolate with a devilishly delicious twist- this is chilli and chocolate as you’ve never experienced it. Try it for yourself here.

  1. Assorted Chocolate Collection – Secret Garden Confectionary (£13.50)

The perfect treat for any chocolate lover. Twelve expertly crafted and freshly made chocolates, including rich ganaches, smooth caramels and creamy truffles. Click here to discover chocolate heaven.

  1. Mayan Hot Chocolate – A & G Chocolatl (From £3.50)

Hot Chocolate in its pure form- this best-selling hot chocolate is infused with almond and cinnamon and can be enjoyed cold too. Aromatic, dairy-free goodness straight from the cocoa bean! Find out more about Chocolatl Hot Chocolate here.

  1.   Dotty Roads Baking Mix – The Dotty Bakers (£5.00)

Something for the little ones! We love this baking mix from Dotty Bakers, the finest Belgian dark chocolate is mixed with rice crispies, marshmallows and juicy raisins for a tasty chocolate treat that everyone can enjoy.

Waste Not Want Not

Over Easter, the foodie blogosphere was buzzing with exciting recipes to celebrate the holiday. Our top blog-post of the month was our Easter Recipe Blog Round-Up, you can read that here. After the long weekend, recipes started to emerge that helped us use up our Easter leftovers. We love this Leftover Chocolate Sorbet from Something Missing and this scrummy Leftover Lamb Curry from Savoury Nature. Do you have a favourite leftover recipe? Let us know in the comments below…

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