Soreen Toastie Loaf Review

I have eaten a lot of Soreen Toastie Loaf in the last week. An awful lot. I’ve had it toasted (as the name demands), I’ve had it “raw”, I’ve had it with butter and without butter. The permutations are pretty much endless.

One thing is constant though, whenever I attempt to whip my camera I end up with a picture like this:

there used to be Soreen Toastie Loaf here…

The Toastie Loaf is a treasure trove of tastiness- it’s pre-cut so you don’t have to worry about squishing it to bits in an attempt to cut it thin enough to toast. When you toast it, the Toastie Loaf goes wonderfully gooey in places. It’s not messy to pick up or anything but somehow is a delightful sticky mess once it’s in your mouth.

I’ve genuinely not been able to pop out into the kitchen without scoffing a slice or two since I ran out of the banana lunchbox bars earlier this week, which has proven an excellent excuse from doing anything vaguely chore related in the kitchen.

As it’s 5.30am, I’m off to break my fast with some more toastie loaf. Starting early today…