BBC Good Food Magazine


September’s must-haves from food and reviews writer Anna Lawson


Cecily’s vanilla & dark choc Lovely

1 Little Bites

(162g) £5.95, Made from creamy, coconut-based vanilla-flavoured ice cream and covered in thick chocolate, these little bites are perfect for a snack for one, a treat for kids or a little something sweet after dinner.

English Cheesecake vanilla

2 with Lotus Biscoff

(2 x 115g) £3, Sainsbury’s

Rich, creamy and indulgent, these slices are topped with Lotus Biscoff spread and crumbled Lotus biscuits, and have a thick, crunchy biscuit base.

Bertinet Bakery sliced loaves


(500g) from £1.95, Waitrose Sourdough bread is easier to digest than other types thanks to the slow fermentati­on process that breaks down the gluten. Bertinet Bakery’s special technique for achieving softer, springier bread makes this a stand-out loaf – great for packed-lunch sandwiches.

Stoats chewy roasted nut bars


(pack of 4, 160g) £2.50, Sainsbury’s I’m not usually a fan of cereal bars, but these vitamin-packed oat and nut bars are ideal if you’re on-the-go. The dates give them a nice sweet, squidgy, stickiness, and the mix of chia, pumpkin and sunflower seeds add some crunch. They’re gluten-free, too.

Yondu vegetable umami


(150ml) £4.35, Amazon Fermented from organic soya beans and eight vegetables, this 100% plant-based alternativ­e to stock cubes is a great way to give an umami boost to vegetarian and vegan dishes. Just a teaspoon adds a nice hit of savourines­s to your cooking. I enjoyed it in a simple bowl of noodles with a good drizzle of soy sauce.

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