Making mealtimes easier with new Bisto gravy pots

Making mealtimes easier with new Bisto gravy pots

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When we are back at school and work our mealtimes can be all over the place. With Daddy Vs Work working different shift patterns and the kids doing various after school activities, it’s not always possible to have dinner at the same times.

On these days I try to go for easy meal ideas and these Bisto gravy pots are the perfect accompaniment. When we are having things such as sausage and mash during the week, I end up making several portions of gravy throughout the night. However, these pots come in the perfect size for individual needs. So, when I do the kid’s meals and only Ethan has gravy I can heat up just the right portion. Then when we eat I can put on the right amount for us too.

Making mealtimes easier with new Bisto gravy pots

The fact I can just pop them in the microwave whilst serving up saves me a little time and effort too. I don’t know about anyone else but I always end up with my gravy too running or with granules still in it… These pots come out as the perfect consistency, with minimal effort. Would make a great addition to our slow cooker roast chicken.

It is estimated that there are one billion meals that we Brits are eating which could have gravy but we don’t. So, whether you are looking to bring your gravy to a midweek roast or make your toad in the hole that little bit tastier, you now can with these. These are ready in 60 seconds from the microwave, yet have the perfect consistency to make your mealtime delicious.

Making mealtimes easier with new Bisto gravy pots

The gravy pots are now available from Asda in either the original flavour or with 25% less salt variants. Priced at £2.49 they are a little more pricier than the gravy granuales, however are perfect for keeping in the cupboard for those days you want an easy dinner.

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