Hi-Fruit at Royal Square (Novena) And Why I Think Bubble Tea Trumps Fruit Tea

Hi-Fruit royal square novena review

I got tricked into going to Hi-Fruit. He told me we were going to get bubble tea (*YAY* as always) then it turned out the Fave voucher was for fruit tea. Bummer. I’ve only ever bought fruit tea once (from Tea Folia at Bedok Mall when there was a promotion going on, that seemed too good to miss). Allow me to explain why I don’t like drinking fruit tea. By ‘fruit tea’, I mean those fancy-schmancy kinds with actual slices or pieces of fruit suspended in a beverage served in cups like those usually used for bubble tea. Apparently, it’s being sold as being more refreshing and healthier than your regular bubble milk tea. HOWEVER, pay close attention to the fruit that’s going into your drink. Better yet, WATCH the staff at any shop prepare your drink. Do they WASH the fruit and get rid of the pesticide residue?

Do you know which fruits have the most pesticide residue? Well, there’s strawberries at the top of the list, with apples and grapes close behind, for example.

And guess which are the fruits commonly sliced up and put into those fruit teas? πŸ˜‰

There was this one time we went past a newly-opened fruit tea shop in central Singapore, and we were almost tempted to get some. Till I noticed the staff taking strawberries right out of the box, slicing them and dumping them into the cups without first washing them. Horrified, I ordered bubble milk tea only.

I’m ok with fruit that have inedible peel so go ahead and add watermelon, mango, kiwi, and orange into my fruit tea. But strawberries and the like are an absolute no-no. What would I have to do to get all that pesticide out of my body once it’s ingested?!

At Hi-Fruit, we ordered their Taiwan HongYu Fruit Tea and Taiwan Four Seasons Fruit Tea. They tasted rather similar so I cannot tell you which I prefer. Besides, there was quite a lot of fruit added into the cup. Mainly watermelon, though.

My only grouse is that a short plastic spoon (though it’s a pretty pink) was provided for a tall cup of fruit tea, rendering the spoon useless at retrieving the fruit under all the ice cubes until you’ve finished the entire drink.

Hi-fruit singapore review

And we brought the cups home. After re-using the Tea Folia ones as ‘pencil cases’, I’ve realized these plastic cups are very useful. Because they’re transparent, you’ll always be able to see what’s inside. And the lids keep the dust out. So please don’t throw those cups away! Find a way to give them a new lease of life! πŸ˜€

Here’s the menu if you’d like to see what else is on offer at Hi-Fruit:

Hi fruit royal square novena

Hi-Fruit royal square menu


I’m surprised they aren’t more active on social media. It looks like they set up shop in January. Hi-Fruit has 15 followers on their FB page (with the latest post being a 23rd Jan one) and they have 926 followers on Instagram but only 8 posts.

*Another reason I think bubble tea sales will always outstrip that of fruit tea is because it’s less messy to drink bubble tea. Also *ahem ahem* (don’t quote me on this) but you can ‘smuggle’ bubble tea into the cinema and drink it in the “dark”. But with fruit tea, it’s a bit more complicated as you have to remove the lid, and stab the pieces of fruit with that fork. Put simply… too leceh lah. As for the supposedly “healthier” beverage, well, don’t forget about the pesticide.


Dim Sum Haus: Unpretentious, Good Dim Sum Worthy Of A Second Visit

Dim Sum Haus Singapore

Being more financially savvy and with a good nose for sniffing out bargains, he’d found a Fave (a.k.a. Groupon) deal for Dim Sum Haus. And when he told me we’re going to Dim Sum Haus, I’d heard ‘Dim Sum House’. When I finally saw the signboard above the shop, I have to admit I thought it was trying too hard to be ‘atas’ and reeked of pretentiousness. Why the ‘Haus’? German dim sum, is it? πŸ˜› Thankfully, the dim sum was good and not too pricey either, so I’m guessing we’ll be back again soon. Though he did leave me with this warning of sorts – “It’s usually not as good the second time round” – to which I nodded because that has generally been our experience with lots of F&B establishments here that we only got to know of because of Fave. *So here’s a big caveat: I’ve only been to Dim Sum Haus just this once, so I cannot vouch for the consistency. If I do visit them again, you’ll read about it on this blog. πŸ˜€

Dim Sum Haus Jalan Besar

(*According to urbandictionary.com, ‘haus’ can also mean you’reΒ “really really ridiculously good at something”.Β Ok fine, I’d give them that)

Though the place wasn’t crowded when we visited at lunchtime yesterday, the food took a while to be served. We had time to take turns visiting the washroom (*which was clean*), plus help ourselves to the free iced water and chili sauce + ginger slices.

dim sum haus review

Served first was the century egg and lean meat congee. I don’t know if it’s a sign of old age. I never really liked congee as a *ahem* young person but now I find it so comforting. And when it’s really tasty, it’s such a treat! Some places have awful congee. But Dim Sum Haus’ version is pretty good. I love how the dough fritter slices have been fried to a crisp. Even after ‘soaking’ in the congee, they don’t lose that crisp which adds such lovely texture to a spoonful of (well) mushy congee. It’s delicious too, with just the right amount of chopped up century egg and shredded lean meat.

We each had a bowl of congee, and then we shared the dim sum among us, starting with the ‘steamed Malay sponge cake’. Light, fluffy, sweet and warm, it’s like ‘D*mn, I could get used to eating dim sum for lunch everyday!’ πŸ˜€

dim sum haus jln besar

best dim sum in singapore

The har gau, siew mai, ‘steamed crystal skin prawn dumpling with spinach’ were firm and delicious. The honey BBQ pork bun was decent. The tarts were ok (I do still prefer the famous ones from Chinatown).

But what was both surprising and delightful was the dessert. I’ve probably mentioned this a thousand times but dessert, to me, has the power to ‘make or break’ a meal. And dessert at Dim Sum Haus isΒ kΓΆstlich.

dim sum haus dessert review

The watercress honey ice jelly was amazing. I did like it a little more than I did their ‘sweetened mango sago with pomelo’. I’d totally order the watercress honey ice jelly again next time! πŸ˜€


Address: 57 Jalan Besar. Opening hours: (Tues to Fri) 11.30am to 3pm, 5.30pm to 10.30pm. (Sat / Sun) 10.30am to 3pm, 5.30pm to 10.30pm. Closed every Monday!

Tel: 69090777

*Right now (23rd March 2018), I see 3 Fave deals for Dim Sum Haus: there’s a $60 voucher you can get for either $36 (weekday dining) or $42 (weekend). Also, there’s the $10.90 per person set which we went for during this visit.

If you’re not into purchasing vouchers and prefer paying full price for your meal, haha, there’s also a $1 siew mai promotion (only in March) that you’ll be eligible for:

dim sum haus promotion

[Image from Dim Sum Haus’ FB page]

*Sigh* now I’m hungry again… (@_@)

Guschlbauer’s FREE Devil Cheese Buns Draw Crowds at Waterway Point

guschlbauer singapore

Located right outside Din Tai Fung at level 1 of Waterway Point, Guschlbauer’s first day of giveaways received a warm welcome from Punggolians. It drew long queues for their free Devil Cheese Buns; some 500 pieces to be given out daily from 9th to 11th March. Since it’s the first day of the giveaway today, naturally I wanted to be there to find out just how yummy this cheese bun from the Austrian bakery brand is. I’ve heard some people say it’s really famous overseas so it was a good opportunity to find out just what the fuss is all about.

I joined the queue at 10.20am and there were probably some 40+(?) people ahead of me in the queue. There were elderly folks (I wonder how they knew about this since I’ve only seen the news about the giveaway shared on FB) and many families with children. The giveaway was supposed to start at 10am but there was evidently a delay (and no explanation from the company) so I heard a few people grumbling and saying “they should have prepared the buns in advance”. Singaporeans will complain about everything. Even a delay in the handing out of freebies.

I reached the head of the queue only at about 11.20am, so that was a full hour standing in line. But it was not a waste of time as I was reading yet another book I’ll be reviewing soon. πŸ™‚

Ahead of me, there was a lady carrying her young son (he looked like he was about 2 years old) and when it was her turn, she requested for an additional bun for the boy. The Guschlbauer staff, whom I’ve seen give out free buns to kids even younger than this boy, told the lady that kids young enough to be carried won’t get a bun. And her reason was that there are (still) many people standing in line. The lady immediately put the boy down, insisted that he could walk and therefore should receive a bun too. Little kiddo probably felt the situation was getting tense and promptly burst into tears. The staff called the manager to come over and the result was the same. The lady walked away with just one bun for herself.

I’m guessing she won’t be back. πŸ˜‰ Just give the kid the bun lah. They’ve been queuing for an hour. πŸ˜›


guschlbauer waterway point

Another thing I noted was that while staff were slathering the cream cheese onto the buns, not all of them wore masks. Their caps also did not contain their fringe and stray hairs so I’m guessing the caps are just more of a fashion accessory or for corporate branding, and not very relevant for hygiene and safety when it comes to handling food. Good that they were all wearing gloves though.

guschlbauer devil cheese bun


Biting into the bun, I taste some saltiness first, then sweet and finally a slightly sour taste hits me. Was it the cream cheese? I have no idea. It’s a good thing that it’s not another one of those castella cakes. It tastes nothing like what you’ll find at BreadTalk. If you like trying ‘new’ food items that taste different from what you’re used to, go ahead and grab one of these.

Each of these cheese buns will retail at $5.80. I do consider the price a little steep. So I’ll enjoy it while it’s free, thank you very much! πŸ˜€


If you’re someone who loves to bake, you can even make your own cheese buns at home:


And if you’re too lazy uninspired to bake, and prefer something less pricey, try Nam Kee Pau’s char siew pau. It costs just 90 cents but is delicious! The stall has long queues throughout the day too! Located just next to Old Chang Kee and very near to the MRT station! *Their pork porridge CMI though. Seriously. Just go for the pau.

nam kee pau waterway point

The Pizzerian: Pizzas To Rival Pizza Hut’s, Nuggets Better Than McD’s

the pizzerian review

After a long day at Our Tampines Hub, we had dinner at The PiZZERiδΊΊN (yes that’s actually how they spell the word) and it was a gamble that paid off. There was just one other table that was occupied, and we’d never eaten here before nor read any reviews about this pizza place. BUT there was a Fave voucher available so we shared a 14-inch pizza + 2 sides + 2 drinks for $29.90 (before any rebates or promo codes used). The staff were kind enough to allow us our choice of the Hawaiian pizza even though it’s not on the list of pizza options for Fave users. [Hence, free blogpost, yo! :D] And that steaming hot pizza that came fresh out of the oven was very tasty! And the equally hot nuggets were really awesome (best nuggets ever, actually). <- I was thinking about asking where they’d bought their nuggets from, but decided against it ‘cos they might not want to share trade secrets, which would be perfectly understandable.

Totally famished, I forgot to take a picture of the 6 nuggets. So here’s a half-bitten one dripping in chili sauce:

the pizzerian tampines review

The nuggets are golden and crispy on the outside, and juicy within! That’s totally not what you expect from nuggets that very likely just came out of a freezer not too long ago. Next time I’m in Tampines and craving for something deep-fried, I’m heading here for nuggets. And maybe pizza too if I’m up for a 14-inch pizza. πŸ˜€

And if you haven’t stopped to wonder why I’d order an entire pizza even if I’m dining alone… here’s why, actually: Once you’ve tasted pizza that’s fresh out of the oven, you really cannot go back to eating pizza sold by the slice and that has been sitting in the display case for a while. <- That’s cold and unappealing. So just order a whole pizza, get it prepared on the spot just for you, and take the remainder home (whatever you cannot finish) and heat it up for your next meal. πŸ˜€

The salad’s so-so, and drinks are served chilled but without ice:

the pizzerian review singapore

It was quite an experience, sitting here feasting on our monster-sized pizza while watching a huge group of ladies dance their butts off in the overcrowded Zumba class opposite us. Muahaha!


The Pizzerian has two outlets: Tampines Hub (#B1-K3) and POMO (#01-22).

the pizzerian tampines hub

Pasir Ris Central Hawker Centre’s Popular ‘Handmade Fishball Noodles’ Stall

Pasir Ris Central hawker centre food

As the new Pasir Ris Central Hawker Centre is located just next to where a prawning + fishing venue is, it made perfect sense to dine here just before indulging in one of our favorite hobbies. πŸ˜€ Since we were new to the place, and didn’t know what’s good (many food bloggers haven’t visited this place yet?), we decided to order from stalls with the longest queues. There’s a particular ‘Handmade Fishball Noodles’ stall that seemed to draw a constant queue of about 6 to 8 people so we thought it’d be a good bet for a satisfying lunch. Surely, the people who stay near the hawker centre have tried the food here and know which stalls are the best? πŸ˜‰

Unit #01-22…

Pasir Ris Central Hawker Centre fishball noodles

I tried both the fishballs and the meatballs and I have to say that the fishballs are better. The meatballs didn’t taste special to me, and whether they are handmade or not really made no difference. Also, instead of the meepok ordered, the chef dished up meekia. But since they’re busy, it’s ok to make do. [Teochew noodles $2.80, Fish + Meat Ball soup $2 for 6 pieces]


I love dumpling noodles as well so I tend to order them everywhere I go. The dumplings here are slightly smaller than those I get elsewhere. And the green chili seems like it hasn’t been pickled long enough. Obviously, I’m no expert when it comes to pickling chilies but those served here seem a little too hard and crunchy. That said, everything else was fine.

Pasir Ris Central Hawker Centre


There’s a tray return counter here too, and we happily returned our trays. What does it take to get more Singaporeans to return the trays after they are done eating? I think incentives and penalties don’t work. It takes one person in a relationship or a family to get the ball rolling, so to speak. And the other person (or family members) will feel ‘paiseh’ that this one person is returning the trays all the time though they are dining together and therefore have a shared responsibility. And then they begin to take turns returning trays, and eventually it becomes a habit even when dining alone. πŸ™‚

*Also, while this is a ‘Foodfare’-run hawker centre, where you can supposedly use your linkpoints earned from shopping at FairPrice to pay for your food here, both hawker stalls we got our food from did not accept the card / points, preferring to collect cash instead. I wonder if this will be the case in the long run. Let’s see. πŸ˜‰

When Your Dinner Of Mud Crabs Comes With Mud Too (>_<)

Yi Jia South Village Seafood Restaurant review

The Chinese have a saying that no matter how old you are, there will still be things that amaze you. I think we must have been amazed or just too shocked at discovering that our dinner of steamed crab came with mud that we did not kick up a fuss like any other disgruntled or disgusted customer might have. I put the pieces of crab that had mud on them on a small plate, walked over to one of the restaurant’s wait staff and requested that she kindly get the mud washed off the crab, please. If you’re wondering which restaurant this unfortunate incident happened at, it wasΒ Yi Jia South Village Seafood Restaurant at Citimac (MacPherson). Apparently, that’s just one branch, and not the main outlet.

Thankfully, we did not order Black Pepper Crabs. I wouldn’t have been able to spot the mud otherwise. And I might have licked it off together with the black pepper sauce. (>_<) We ordered steamed crab because it’s actually overlooked too often as a great choice of cooking method for crabs. Had such yummy steamed crab at VLV Singapore previously.


yi jia south village review

Here, we have the crab that’s washed and with some more egg white added to it, returned to our table. I chickened out and didn’t dare to eat it. So my lovely dining companion did. πŸ˜€

yi jia south village citimac

If you’re wondering, no, there was no discount on the meal. Apologies were rather halfhearted too. Waitress says she warned the chef. And much later on, a rep from the company (could be the lady boss) wrote to me to say both the waitress and the chef received what she called a “last warning”. Why did the waitress get a warning though? I’m puzzled.

“Hi Grace! We are so sorry of your bad experience in our restaurant. We have reprimanded the chef as well as the waitress in not handling your case properly. We have given them last warning and to follow strict cleanliness on the food served. Hopefully you can come to our main branch so that i can make a replacement for it. You can look for [redacted]. She will handle ur case. Thanks & God bless…”

And later…

“Thanks for the reply. Pls do visit my main branch coz the main chef is there and many of my customers who dined there really loved our food. Again, so sorry and I do hope to meet you and say my apologies in person. Thank you…”


From her responses, it appears to me that the food’s only great over at the main outlet, and people supposedly love the food there. Come to think of it, the family seated at the table next to us actually sent their prawn dish back to the kitchen and asked for the prawns to be de-shelled and the sauce to be less spicy. I should have picked up on the warning signs. Especially when that same wait staff I returned the muddy crab pieces to had been complaining to her colleague about how unhappy she was to be working here.

I do think that (1) The company should have some sort of protocol for staff to follow when something nasty is found in the food served to diners, e.g. 50% off the bill together with apologizing profusely, maybe? And (2) staff should be made to feel fulfilled (and definitely happy) about working here – that’s something Daniel Ong mentioned in his talk recently. Happy staff will take care of your customers, and make them happy too. Unhappy staff will turn customers away.

Truth be told, I’ve prepared crab dishes before and I know how tedious it is to clean crabs properly. There was once I even used an old electric toothbrush to ensure all the mud and dirt is removed! πŸ˜€ Still, there were only a few tables with diners that evening, so serving up mud crab with mud on it is just… unacceptable.

How I’m Keeping To My Health Resolution

Health Resolution

Last year, my health resolution was to go to bed by 10pm every night, and I wasn’t successful 100% of the time (obviously). But by and large, I kept to it and reaped the health benefits of sleeping early – from a better complexion to not needing any sort of caffeine or sugar boost to get me through my day. This year, building on the habit I’ve formed in 2017, I also want to incorporate more ‘nature time’ into each week. But it’s terribly easy to say “I’ll go for nature walks every weekend” or “I’m going to hit the gym 5 times a week” and eventually realize that the initial enthusiasm doesn’t last very long.

This is why most gyms are pretty empty by February:

gym meme

Pic: RobertPlank.com

The reason I want to head out more often is simply, to get fresh air and to take myself away from digital devices. The latter is possible because I’m not one of those crazy people who continue texting WHILE cycling.

texting while cycling

Photo Source: christopherdwheeler.com

It’s so dangerous, guys!

To help me keep to my New Year’s Resolution, I’m incorporating a ‘reward‘… that already exists. πŸ˜‰ Before I go for a meal I know I’ll enjoy (such as a buffet, or a chili crab dinner), I’ll head out for a run, jog or even just a brisk-walking session.

I’ve recently gone for a 40-minute walk before enjoying the curry chicken dinner my Mom cooked, and repeated that another time before a dinner with steamed crabs. πŸ˜€ Because there’s a “reward” after the brisk-walking session (as if fresh air and great views aren’t enough), it’s easier to keep to this New Year’s Resolution. In fact, I think I’ll have no trouble keeping to it the whole of 2018. Feel free to check in with me at the end of the year!

Also, I’ve asked 4 other women, who run various businesses, to share with me their health-related New Year’s Resolutions. So watch this quick video I’ve put together for you:


As Eugenia (co-founder of hafbox) mentioned in the video, we get exposed to blue light when we use our computers and other digital devices. And yet most of us have trouble reducing our usage of these devices, possibly because our work demands that we face these screens for many hours a day. *You can even track your screen time on your mobile phone by downloading a free app – my friend found that he uses his handphone up to 12 hours a day! To find out how blue light harms our eyes, read this blogpost I’ve uploaded previously.

You can combat the harmful effects of blue light by getting enough lutein in your diet, from foods such as kale, brussel sprouts, asparagus, and dark green leafy vegetables. If you’re not getting enough lutein from food, then supplements would really help.

Since participating in the 10-Day Challenge with BRAND’S Lutein Essence, my friends and I have found that we’ve taken more ‘eye breaks’ from screens, incorporated more lutein-rich foods in our diet and spent more time outdoors. This has helped our eyes feel less tired and less dry. And it’s really convenient to just drink one bottle of the lutein essence a day.

So here’s a gift for you to kickstart a healthy 2018: A promo code for BRAND’s Lutein Essence, so you can give your eye health a boost this year. Go ahead and share it with your loved ones too!


This code is valid only till 31st March 2018. So, hurry and get S$3 off your purchase of BRAND’S Lutein Essence from Lazada.

lutein essence promo code

Uncle Leong Signatures @ Waterway Point: The Signature Hor Fun Is Da Bomb!

uncle leong signatures waterway point

It’s quite funny how the dishes at Uncle Leong Signatures at Waterway Point were served according to how much we (eventually) rated each dish. The best was served up right at the start, and as you can tell from the title of this blogpost, their Signature Hor Fun is mind-blowing. Best hor fun I’ve had in a long time, even if it had weird things (according to me) floating around in the broth, such as black beans. There’s even cauliflower and broccoli, like HUH?!Β But it all worked so well together. I don’t want to say it went downhill from that first dish onwards, but yes, towards the end, we could only say wow, that’s one good hor fun dish to come back for! πŸ˜€

Anyway, this meal happened because I won a $50 voucher via a contest on Facebook (that was not affiliated with Uncle Leong Signatures) and we only had to top up $7.50 (including GST and service charge) for these 4 dishes we ordered.

We had the medium-sized serving of their Signature Hor Fun ($14) and I’d say it was well worth every penny.

Then a small portion of Sunkist Pork Ribs ($13.80). They look as if they have salted egg sauce drizzled over them but no, it’s some kind of sunkist orange juice-infused sauce. Quite delicious. Plus pretty plating.

Uncle Leong review

And he wanted venison ($14.80). But I was wondering if that would be a wise choice because I tend to want to order what everyone else usually orders, so the ingredients would be… I don’t know… fresher? In any case, my worries were unfounded. The venison was tender and well-cooked. The black pepper sauce was not overpowering so you can even eat this on its own, without any rice!

Uncle Leong Waterway Point

Finally, we had the Treasure Box Beancurd ($13.80). Ordered this because it looked so good on the menu. But it was rather disappointing. It’s basically egg tofu with the middle hollowed out and stuffed with some chopped-up seafood (?) and just some soy sauce, I think. Not something I would order again. (>_<)

Uncle Leong Signatures review


So that sums up our lunch for today. Between us, we couldn’t really finish all the food so we arranged for the remainder to be packed into takeaway boxes. The staff were so accommodating.

If you’re wondering what you should eat / order at Uncle Leong Signatures, when you don’t want to splash out on some seafood, definitely try the signature hor fun. It’s amazing. Pro tip: ask the staff for some pickled green chili to go along with your hor fun. πŸ˜‰

*Uncle Leong Signatures is located at B1-21 (East Wing) of Waterway Point*

10-Day Challenge With BRAND’S Lutein Essence + GIVEAWAY

BRAND'S Lutein Essence 10 Day Challenge

During the recent festive season (2017 crossing into 2018), I did a 10-Day Challenge which involved drinking BRAND’S Lutein Essence for 10 days (among other tasks) and I invited some of my friends to join in too! I got to make some interesting discoveries (such as spotting a GIANT monitor lizard during my first visit to Little Guilin) and thoroughly enjoyed not suffering from any of the effects of digital eye strain because the challenge involved digital detoxing, looking at the greenery around us and also, eating and enjoying Lutein-rich foods. πŸ˜€

BRAND'S 10-Day Challenge Review

The Challenge is actually pretty simple. The toughest days by far are Day 3 and 6 because you have to stay away from your mobile phone and also go enjoy the greenery around you. <- If you live close to the Botanic Gardens, I have to say I’m so envious! πŸ˜€ I’ve recently discovered how much I like brisk-walking around the Gardens; visiting Swan Lake, posing for pictures in front of the very-popular gazebo, and also being in the midst of all that flora and fauna. Ahhh~~~

Watch this video and take part in my giveaway! πŸ˜€


*WIN* If you think you’re up for the 10-Day Challenge, I’m picking 3 people to receive a Blue Light Protection Kit from BRAND’S, so head over to my Facebook Page to participate in the giveaway! πŸ˜€

BRAND'S Lutein Essence 10 Day Challenge


lutein essence promo code

Ridiculously Tasty Low-Calorie Snack That’s Great For People On A Diet!

Renewallife DDO DDO MAMMA

Mummies will know this: there’s this brown rice snack from Korea called “Ddo Ddo Mamma” and it comes in various flavors. I bought ‘Brown Rice and Banana’, ‘Brown Rice and Strawberry Yoghurt’ and ‘Brown Rice and Spinach’ recently when I went to Isetan at Serangoon Nex. As the snacks are originally meant for really young kids (1 year and older), they are really low in calories at just 125kcal per pack (an avocado can already have 160 calories!) and so if you’re on a diet but still can’t stop yourself from snacking, this is great! πŸ˜€

They look a little like Twisties…

Renewallife DDO DDO MAMMA snack

Both the strawberry and banana packs smell so good. And they basically look like Twisties or your regular pea snacks. But the ingredients are something else altogether: chemical-free brown rice, white chocolate made with organic sugar, yoghurt powder, etc. This is good stuff! *Of course, enjoy this in moderation!

I would totally buy these again. If I have to brave one of those mega mommy + baby fairs just to get these with a great discount, I sure will. πŸ˜€

I’ve always thought baby / toddler snacks will taste quite bland / horrid but these ones have made me change my mind. The snacks also come in ziplock bags but I guess adults can polish off an entire pack in no time at all. ‘Cos I sure did. Ziplock function not required. πŸ˜›