I have received some free fruit and vegetable crisps from Nim’s to review. I have previously purchased their delicious 100% natural apple crisps, so was looking forward to trying the rest of the range.
I received one pack of each of the current range as follows:-
Melon & Orange
Pineapple & Kiwi
Tomato & Cucumber
Beetroot & Parsnip
Peppers & Courgettes
Unlike my other half who was only willing to try flavours where he liked the corresponding fresh fruit or vegetable, the boys joined me in a full taste test. They were pleasantly surprised to find they enjoyed some flavours that they weren’t expecting to, including pineapple which came in at position number two, only surpassed by apple. I’m the only person in our house who eats fresh pineapple. The boys even remove it from pizza. So great to know that I can now buy them packets of Nim’s Pineapple Crisps.
And I love that Nim’s Fruit Crisps are 100% natural and are air-dried, not fried. Each pack is equivalent to 1 of your 5 daily portions of fruit and vegetables. They are fat, gluten and dairy free and are suitable for vegans and coeliac sufferers. They are made in the UK using British fruit and veg where available.
Nim’s Fruit Crisps are a great healthy snack either to send with the boys to school, or to have when I pick them up after school, or just at home.
Nim’s Fruit crisps are available online with a current RRP of £1.25 per pack and are also stocked at some local independent retailers, cafes, garden centres and farm shops. I’ll certainly be keeping my eye out for a few more flavours now.
And Nim’s are hoping to launch their kids range soon with a little help from us. They have a crowdfunder campaign which looks a lot better than the ones I watched on The Apprentice last week. There are some great rewards on there for you. But be quick, the campaign closes on 13th December. And please share the campaign with your friends.
Plus I’m hosting a rafflecopter competition to giveaway a full set of the current range of Nim’s Fruit and Vegetable crisps to one lucky winner. That is eight packs in total.
a Rafflecopter giveaway – Please click on the link to enter.
And you may see my other giveaways here.
I’d love to hear what flavours you think should be included in the new kids’ range? Son2 has suggested apricot. And I would suggest that they focus more on fruit rather than vegetables, as our taste test revealed that the vegetable flavours were too strong for son2’s palate, although son1 was happy with them.
We were too busy munching to think about saving any for a recipe. However I would be keen to hear your recipe ideas using any of the flavours.
Disclosure. This post is a review of products I was sent for free. All opinions are my own.