Organic butter beans. Ensure you have properly washed and soaked any beans before use.
The Lil pantry is a busy place. We do our best but even from some of our wholesalers, can’t guarantee products have not come into some contact with allergens (nuts, gluten, soya, sulphur, etc). Please contact us with any allergen concerns.
Chocolate buttons sourced via our lovely friends at Chocolate Tree. Organic, Belgian chocolate buttons. Yum.
Mix with nuts and dried fruit for a decadent snack mix.
Winter just got a lot more decadent.
We love our Chocolate Tree hot chocolates. Order in lots of 100g, at £3.30/100g. Choose between, or a mix of…
Milk chocolate (47%)
Winterspice (think oranges, cloves, nutmeg, cinnamon)
Rose and Vanilla White Chocolate
Solid bar drinking chocolate made from 100% cocao. Zero added sugar. Just take 2 chunks and add to hot milk, whisk, sweeten to taste and enjoy!
Can also be used as cooking chocolate in muffins, brownies or cakes (or just to eat if you like really dark chocolate!).
Get it while you can though. Dr Cornell, a contributor to the Stockholm resilience report says "Chocolate is just one example of a globally important crop that grows in warm and humid climates. But global warming doesn't mean that there will be more places to grow cacao beans - in fact, it's the opposite.A rise in global temperatures causes weather systems to be unpredictable and inconsistent, which would put cacao growing at risk.” 😓
Organic, white Basmati rice and nothing else.
Choose to order in quantities of 100g (41p/100g) or £4.09 per kilogram.
One fifth of our household waste is from packaging. Across the UK, that’s 5 billion tonnes a year = 6.5 billion Harry Potter novels.
Rice from the Carmague region of France, that’s a deep brown reddy colour, turning deeper red when cooked - and anything else you cook with it too.
It won’t go fluffy, but retains a nutty flavour that is fab in rice salads and stews.
Organic quinoa. The UN recognises the high nutrient content of quinoa so much it made 2013 the ‘International Quinoa Year’. So we can still party (feast?) like it’s 2013. BBC GoodFood calls quinoa a ‘complete protein source’ that’s excellent for vegans (and non-vegans too).
Select how many quantities of 100g (63p) or 1kg (£6.29) you’d like and we’ll get them to you in recycled paper bags, or visit us with your containers at events.
Red lentils, brilliant for meat-free Monday dhal or with carrots for a quick soup. Economical and easy to cook.
Order in quantities of 100g (27p/100g) or kilograms (£2.67/kg); or for organic 46p/100g; £4.53/kg. We can then pop them in recycled paper bags for you or please get in touch for other collection/ delivery options.