Half term second breakfast

Until last week I hadn’t purchased an Aunt Bessie’s product.  I’ve seen publicity about yorkshires on the TV, and I have just finished reading a Milly Johnson book where Aunt Bessie’s yorkshires were mentioned as well.

But this post isn’t about yorkshires.

It is about hash browns.

I was standing at the check out in Morrisons today when I spotted the end of the aisle freezer with the Aunt Bessie’s hash browns.

Given that my son hadn’t had a large breakfast, I raced over, grabbed a packet and suggested to him that we have a second breakfast of baked beans on toast with hash browns.

 

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This post has been written to participate in the Half Term Food Challenge.  All participants receive an Aunt Bessie’s voucher, and five participants will win a £200 Tesco voucher.

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  • anne

    Your sooo funny Cathy :-) :-) … I find it fascinating when expats write about what they see or bought in supermarkets .. over here,.. I love googling to see new blogs about life in the UK by expats .. so different through their eyes .. take care xx

    • http://www.anitalophile.com/ Cathy

      That makes me smile Anne that you find my post funny ;-). It’s all new and exciting to us newly arrived expats. We need to ask for recommendations from family, friends or locals or just wildly explore and take chances :-)

  • Kate Davis-Holmes

    Love hash browns and always good to see just how many different Aunt Bessies products are available. Great choice.

    • http://www.anitalophile.com/ Cathy

      Thanks Kate for stopping by and commenting.

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