Food Review: Eat Naked

I received these in my goodie bag at the EC Meet Up a short while ago. The name, Eat Naked, intrigued me and I was really excited to try them out. I decided to try them both out in the same way so, for lunch, I made myself some toast and whipped both of these out. You can have a look at the Eat Naked website for more food not mentioned in this post.

Let me start by saying the packaging is really nice. It is really cute and also such a good size. This is the smaller bottle of honey and I do think that it would last for a decent length of time. I am not a big fan of honey so I honestly was not expecting great things from this. Boy, I could not have been more wrong. This was delicious! It did not have an overly strong taste which I find in some honey. It just had a nice subtle flavour. I would definitely recommend this, even if you’re not generally a honey fan.

The peanut butter is in a pretty standard pouch. It was a bit difficult to get the peanut butter out but otherwise there are no real complaints from me. I found this peanut butter a little bit oily when I was squeezing it out and then a little bit thick. It was a bit strange. I spread it on my toast and took a bite. It tasted a little bit dry – if I can say that about peanut butter. After that I decided to mix it with some honey and it was so much better! I think that the honey just made it a little bit lighter and easier to eat. The actual taste of the peanut butter was really good though.

If any of you would like to sponsor any products for me to try I would definitely not say no 😉



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Have you ever tried anything by Eat Naked before? What is your favourite spread to have on toast Let me know in the comments below!


Kirsty x



  1. August 17, 2017 / 17:32

    My honey came in handy as my son was sick that week so I gave him a squirt in his bottles to help with his chest. I haven’t had the peanut butter yet. Usually ‘raw’ peanut butter separates. So I’ll be sure to try and rub my sachet a bit before I open it.

    • Kirsty Hoggons
      August 20, 2017 / 15:04

      Ah that was helpful! Yeah, that would be a good idea! Once I mixed mine together it was much better! 🙂

  2. August 17, 2017 / 22:51

    I always see these on the shelfs at Dis-Chem, they have a squeezie honey. Always catches my attention…

    • Kirsty Hoggons
      August 20, 2017 / 15:04

      Such cute packaging! I have not actually seen them in Dis-Chem! Must keep a look out x

  3. August 18, 2017 / 09:42

    I haven’t tried the honey yet, but I enjoyed the peanut butter. The separation between the thickness and oil (it’s peanut oil) in the PB sachet is because they don’t add any preservatives. It happens to all natural nut butters that don’t have preservatives. It would have been easier if it was in a tub, cause then we could have just stirred the oil back into the butter.

    • Kirsty Hoggons
      August 20, 2017 / 15:02

      Yeah I am sure that it is definitely easier in a tub. Once I had mixed it all together again it seemed to be alright! 🙂

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