Leaving aside the weather, my kitchen also features this 'energy boost' mix of lucuma, maca, hemp and cacao. I bought it on special and enjoy adding it to cereal / porridge, yoghurt and drinks.
I have also experimented with using the powder in place of custard powder in my vegan French toast. It made for a delicious chocolate French toast, which I enjoyed with coconut-soya yoghurt (on one slice) and low-sugar syrup (on the other) and berries.
My yoghurt options have recently expanded with Alpro releasing individual soya yoghurt tubs that are thicker in texture - marketed as a vegan alternative to Greek yoghurt - and feature fruit on the bottom of the tub. I like them a lot, even if they are more expensive and sweeter than large plain yoghurt pots.
Even sweeter, but incredibly fun to discover!, are a range of new vegan ice creams. Tesco have gone all out with a Magnum-style chocolate coated vanilla ice cream (not pictured), new fruit split ice creams (middle below) and a new, toffee vanilla flavour of their ice cream cones (bottom below). Swedish Glace have also released Magnum-style chocolate coated strawberry ice creams (top below). I have a lot of ice cream to eat.
Also new, although probably a one-off purchase, is this Cheerios cinnamon oat crisp mix.
It is basically Cheerios and oat flakes with cinnamon flavouring. I liked it, but didn't love it.
Last but not least, my kitchen has featured a batch of my easy chocolate tiffin. It's always enjoyed by Mr Bite. I didn't take a photo before the batch was part-consumed, so the image below shows the messier squares.
On re-reading the above, my kitchen seems to be full of sweet treats and desserts! There are more mundane items too, but somehow the sweet ones pack more excitement for sharing with you.
What is happening in your kitchen this month?