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The Big Night In – Powered by Toffifee (AD)

*This post has been sponsored by TOFFIFEE. All thoughts and opinions are my own.*

Toffifee – The Big Night In

Now that the summer’s over and days are already getting shorter, we tend to spend most of the evenings staying in with our families and our loved ones. Whether it’s watching a movie, playing a game, reading a book, catching up with the latest glossy trends or just listening to our favourite podcast – there’s an activity for every age, for every mood and for every preference. And then there’s Toffifee. There’s always a sharing box of Toffifee for our big nights in: it brings joy and fun and a sweet sense of family togetherness.

What I love about Toffifee is that it has a wonderful mix of delicious ingredients. And there’s something for everyone: a crunchy hazelnut in a delicious caramel cup, covered in a smooth hazelnut spread, plus a drop of rich chocolate on top. I absolutely adore the way in which all flavours are merged together: from the earthy, buttery and crunchy hazelnut, to the sweet, chewy caramel – it’s almost like a discovery journey as every bite reveals something new, something exciting, which in the end is then all brought together by the richness of the chocolate. You know… just like a good movie, or a good book, or a captivating podcast, where the scenes, the plot, the characters are slowly revealing and then there’s the big, grand, crunchy finale – with chocolate on top 🙂

Toffifee – The Big Night In

The Toffifee sharing box is the perfect treat to be enjoyed with the family. It’s unique blend of ingredients and flavours makes it an irresistible treat for a big night in. So, no matter what activity you choose for your night in, make sure to include a sharing box of Toffifee. Head over to their official website to find out more about the product and where you can find it. 

Andra Constantinescu

I am a classically trained chef, with a BSc in Culinary Arts and a Masters Degree in Food Business Management. I currently work as a Hospitality Lecturer at London College of Contemporary Arts and at the University of East London. I teach subjects focused on: Food, Society and Culture; Diet & Nutrition; Event Management as well as Marketing and Social Media for Hospitality. I am also a guest lecturer at the University of West London (my Alma Mater), where I teach Restaurant Reviewing and Social Media for Restaurants.

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