Disclosure: This post may contain affiliate / referral links. Read the full disclosure.
Love With Food sends members a curated box filled unique gourmet food items. The “Tasting Box” is $9.99/month and offers with 8+ snacks, and the “Deluxe” box is $19.95/month and includes 16-20 snacks. Love With Food also offers a Gluten-Free box for $24.99/month which includes 8-12 surprise gluten-free snacks each month. Each box brings new delights, with bites that vary based on seasonal themes. Also, Love With Food donates a meal (some months they donate two meals) to a child in need with each box purchased, which you can read more about here. This review is on the May 2017 Tasting Box.
Love With Food ships via USPS. Boxes typically ship on the 10th of the month and arrive a week or so after.
When I first subscribed to Love With Food, I was shocked at how “small” the boxes were. They do an amazing job at packing these though because they can fit a ton of stuff in them.
Sadly the Love With Food information card no longer lists products included in the box. Those details can now be located in your account online (where you review the products). The May 2017 Love With Food theme was “Savor Every Moment” and included the following items:
~Lance Gluten-Free Peanut Butter Bite-Side Sandwich Crackers: These crackers are gluten-free and perfect for snacking. They are similar in taste to a Ritz cracker but less salty. And then, of course, they are filled with delicious peanut butter. So good!
~Mandy’s Rich Chocolate Cookie Thins: I am not sure if these have been in Love With Food, but they have been in subscription boxes before and they are amazing. They are thin and have a delicious caramelized sugar dusting on top.
~WowButter: WowButter bills itself as tasting just like peanut butter, but I wouldn’t call it an exact match. It works in a pinch, but I wouldn’t use it as a replacement for PB! However, if I had a peanut allergy, I would be all over this!
~MadeGood Chocolate Banana Granola Bar: I need to find these locally and pick up more! They are organic, peanut-free and school safe because they are made without peanuts and tree nuts. It was also super tasty!
~Route 11 Dill Pickle Potato Chips: B (my husband) was all over these. They are gluten and wheat-free, but all he cared about was the flavor. He said the description of “a little vinegary, a little zippy and a lot of dill” was true and wants more of these.
~Bakery on Main Maple Multigrain Muffin Oatmeal: Oatmeal is something I want to love, but just can’t get into. It’s totally the texture that gets me. My husband loves oatmeal though and will take this to work with him for an easy breakfast.
~Dolcetto Petites Cookies & Cream Wafer Bites: These cookies are SO good. They are wafer cookies but in a different form. It’s probably best I don’t know where these are sold or I would buy them weekly.
~La Panzanella Croccantini: These crackers were okay alone, but would have been much better with some cheese. What isn’t better with cheese though?
~100% Fruit Harvest Apple Crunch Dried Fruit: I loved that this was more crunchy and less chewy than other “dried” fruits out there. It tasted sweet and is 100% natural.
~Coupons: The box also included the usual assortment of coupons and information about other products in the box.