April 2018 Yummy Bazaar Subscription Box Review – Mini Box

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Yummy Bazaar is a destination food club subscription box. For the awesomely low price of $9.95 a month, you can get the Yummy Bazaar Mini (World Sampler Monthly Gourmet Club). Each destination box will take you on a food tour of 2-3 countries with 6-8 delicious, sample size products.

Explore the world, one bite at a time.

Everything is packed neatly!

According to the card, the box will include items from Spain, Germany, and France.

The product pages include a brief description of each item, along with a list of ingredients, several suggested uses, the retail price, and the origin.

Yummy Bazaar also offers a full-size gourmet foodstuff box that concentrates on a specific country each month. Check it out here.

Everything in the box!

Brioche Pasquier Authentic French Croissants – France ($4.35) Brioche Pasquier is France’s #1 brioche bakery that boasts of delicious croissants. This buttery pastry is free from preservatives and hydrogenated fat, suitable for vegetarians.

You can enjoy these croissants by spreading some butter and jam, but they’re still delicious and satisfying even when eaten alone.

Knorr German Dill Salad Dressing Mix – Germany ($0.57) Making a salad dressing is now easier because of this mix that consists of dill, parsley, and chives.

You just have to add water and olive oil, mix well, and add to your choice of greens. It tastes great with cucumbers too!

Rendez Vous French Pastilles – Germany – SIMILAR ($2.95) The mix of mint and cream in these lozenges tastes perfect. The best thing about it is that it doesn’t contain sugar!

Since it’s packed in a tin, you can easily bring it wherever you go. It’s strong and stimulating too!

Ines Rosales Citrus Crumble Cake – France ($1) This pastry has a double layer of cinnamon and lemon, with delicious citron filling which is a good source of vitamin C.

The cake is so soft, and it is generously coated with sugar.

It’s best enjoyed with a warm beverage. I wish it came in a bigger size though, since it tastes really good!

Chabert Guillot Mini French Soft Nougat – France ($1.35) Nougat is one of the 13 traditional desserts of Christmas in Provence, France.

This one is made with sugar, almonds, honey, glucose syrup, pistachios, egg albumin, wafer paper, and vanilla. It’s chewy and I love the texture that the nuts are giving this delightful treat.

Milka Nussini With Hazelnut Cream Filling – Germany ($1) The crunchy waffle slices are stuffed with hazelnut cream, covered in Milka alpine milk chocolate, and sprinkled with chopped hazelnuts. Yum!

From here, you’ll see that it’s really jampacked with nuts!

It was creamy and nutty at the same time, plus it has a crunch that I really enjoyed.

Getting an around the world snacking experience for just $10 is like traveling the whole world on a budget too! This month’s box is focused on delicious goodies from different European countries and everything tasted really fantastic. I love all the yummy treats included in this month’s box, especially the chocolate bar from Milka. Yummy Bazaar is a fun and a reasonable way to know the different cultures of various places in the world through snacks and other edible goodies. It’s like having an international food trip without leaving your home!

Have you tried Yümmy Bazaar? What did you think of this month’s box?

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