It’s always interesting to see which products make the leap from specialist shops and websites to mainstream supermarkets. The Coconut Collaborative range have certainly done that. We haven’t reviewed this product before because coconut is an Allergy Brothers’ allergen, but now they are everywhere it seemed rude not to.
Initially, I had several questions about this product:
- Was I really reacting to coconut as I suspected during the granola testing?
- Why are the naked people in the logo without their modesty leaves on the lemon pot packaging, but the cartoon people have them on all the other packaging?
I discovered the answer to question 1 is “definitely” and the answer to question 2 is “who knows?!” I actually really enjoyed the Little Choc Pot I tried. It was very rich and creamy so that’s a pretty good review for something that also made my tongue sting! Allergy Dad, who is not a fan of healthy(ish) food, also gave the lemon pots a big thumb’s up. Because I am a numpty/like to thoroughly test things, I thought I would try another Coconut Collaborative product. I tried the rice pudding, but I didn’t like the texture. Too few lumps in too much runniness. Unfortunately, this product also confirmed that coconut has moved from my food friends list to the reacting foes one. I didn’t try the rhubarb yoghurt, which was a big shame because that is my favourite flavour. I guess I will have to make my own with Nush nut yoghurts and rhubarb puree.
In summary, there’s a reason why these products have hit the mainstream. The little pots really are very good!
P.S. If you have a moment and a Word Press account, would you go to Allergy Wizard’s first ever review and maybe like it. He would be super excited to have some more readers. Thank you.