Free Whole Earth Honey & Stevia blend 350g £3.35 from Morrisons but free via Checkout Smart
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Free Whole Earth Honey & Stevia blend 350g £3.35 from Morrisons but free via Checkout Smart

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Found 26th Mar
Free via Checkout Smart when you purchase and submit your receipt. Usually £5 but Morrisons have it on offer for £3.35 which become £0.00 when you submit your receipt. Valid for purchases made today only.
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Make sure you keep it somewhere warm as at room temperature it goes solid.
Couldn't find it at my local Morrisons (Leamington Spa)
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mufazzal12317 m ago

Couldn't find it at my local Morrisons (Leamington Spa)


It took me ages to find it at mine in Kirkstall and I never actually found the shelf where they were meant to be. I checked by baking as it said in the app and I couldn't see it or a sign and then I went to the honey aisle and someone had put 2 down there (as if they have swapped for something else) so I bought one of those. My next plan was going to be to ask an assistant where they were.
Free??!! Heat added!
Edited by: "Euclid" 26th Mar
Thanks OP I thought honey was naturally sweet, just goes to show I am not the knowitall I thought i was, lol.
mufazzal1232 h, 15 m ago

Couldn't find it at my local Morrisons (Leamington Spa)


I’ve seen it in a Morrisons kept with the sugar & sweeteners, if stocked at all.
If I understand this right, is it designed to taste twice as sweet so you only need half as much? So more useful for baking than for example as a topping?
Date extended til tomorrow,.....yippeee
Rebellion2 h, 15 m ago

I’ve seen it in a Morrisons kept with the sugar & sweeteners, if stocked a …I’ve seen it in a Morrisons kept with the sugar & sweeteners, if stocked at all.


Yes, stocked on top shelf next to sweeteners in the 2 stores I've been in.
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SCOUSEKEVIN3 h, 6 m ago

Thanks OP I thought honey was naturally sweet, just goes to show I am not …Thanks OP I thought honey was naturally sweet, just goes to show I am not the knowitall I thought i was, lol.


I think the idea with this product is that because the Stevia makes makes the already sweet honey sweeter; you can use half as much, thus reducing the calories and glycemic load.
sam_412 h, 18 m ago

If I understand this right, is it designed to taste twice as sweet so you …If I understand this right, is it designed to taste twice as sweet so you only need half as much? So more useful for baking than for example as a topping?


That’s right. I think its also marketed as a sweetener to drop in your tea/coffee instead of sugar. I think it probably is not that nice as a spread unless you like a liquorice aftertaste.
sussie05093 h, 26 m ago

Date extended til tomorrow,.....yippeee


They extend them all the time to make you rush out, no doubt it'll be on there for a few weeks.
The morrisons I visited today stock it with the organic range. Seperate from the normal honey and sugar
Did anyone else get around to getting this? I was initially skeptical but used to make some chocolate bars over easter as a substitute for golden syrup (about 2/3rds equivalent amount the recipe asked for) and they turned out absolute delish! Really impressed, not too sweet and no stevia "aniseed" aftertaste.
My local Morrison store didn't have them, and they've never seen them either , it's a large store in Birmingham.
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