£1.50£4.29 per 100g
Suitable for vegetarians
|Typical Values||per 100g||per 35 serving|
|of which saturates||6.7g||2.3g|
|of which sugars||38g||13.3g|
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (73)
Not sure why this has such good reviews. Tried the cookie dough flavour and couldnt taste cookie dough at all! Tasted much like mushed dates and oats with added salt. Not that healthy either. Gutted I bought five packs!
I think overpriced, not much for 1,50 - I was sent this to review but would not buy
Chewy and tasty
This is a great product, really chewy and tasty and most importantly it passed the granddaughter seal of approval. I would buy again.
A tasty and nutritious treat
There are about 8 nugglets in the bag which feels like a decent sized portion. They are slightly salty and you can taste the creamy oats, theyre also chewy and have small bits of nut for added texture. Good nutritional profile for a treat with clean ingredients that includes nice quality real chocolate on the outside. Id definitely get these again.
Squidgy and raw, but pleasing
I'm classically wary of food served by anyone named Livia, but these Malteser-sized balls have a flavour that develops quite nicely. They have an indulgently squidgy texture and the raw chocolate tastes richly of cocoa. Not inexpensive, as the main ingredients are dates and almonds. Bonus marks for recyclable packaging, though I suspect a lot of councils can't recycle it.
Can’t say I’d ever buy them again...
Or even eat them again. We got these free for review, and while they aren’t gross or anything, they were neither delicious enough to be a nice treat, or “healthy” enough to be a safe snack. It’s just packaged candy that tastes mediocre at best. Make your own energy balls, or just have a nice biscuit.