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Ritz Breaks #OutAndAbout campaign

Introduction:  Ritz Crackers is one of the most popular savoury biscuit brands in the world, and they are a big hit with us in this household! Hubby and the kids love them, either to eat as they are or with a bit of squeezy cheese and when we were offered to review the new Ritz Breaks, we said "yes please".

Ritz Breaks are available in two flavours: Original and Rosemary & Olive Oil, each pack contains individually wrapped portions of five biscuits, making them the perfect snack for picnics, lunch boxes or just at home for a quick snack.

They are available to buy in all major supermarkets nationwide, and they cost £1.89.

  • Baked not fried
  • Available in two great flavours
  • 6 individual portions of 5 biscuits per pack
  • Suitable for vegetarians

Ritz Breaks #OutAndAbout campaignThroughout the summer holidays we've had many great days out, and one of our last trips was a trip to High Lodge, Thetford forest where we had a BBQ, took our Ritz Breaks biscuits and did lots of walking through the woods.

In High Lodge they have designated metal fixed BBQs where you can take your own coal, light it up and enjoy the food.  We took some sausages, burgers, and corn on the cobs; after we then each tucked into a pack of Ritz Breaks, which went down a treat.

It may be the end of the school holidays, however we plan on getting out and about with the kids as much as possible on some evenings and especially the weekends; enjoying the last of the nice weather. What we plan in the next month or so is:
  • Beach walks - collecting stones.
  • Woodlands walks - running around and exploring in the woods.
  • We have a theme park very near us, we haven't visited this year so far, so we plan to do that soon.
  • Trips to the park and skate park.

Conclusion on Ritz Breaks:  I love them, the kids love them, hubby loves them - they have the great taste of Ritz crackers, but in a larger cracker that you can break into 3 smaller handy snacks.  

I enjoy eating them as there are, but hubby loves putting squeezy cheese on them; either way they are a great lunch time, or late evening snack. Also, perfect for the boys packed lunch boxes for school.

You can follow:

Facebook - www.facebook.com/ritzUK
Twitter - @RitzUK

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