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Love With Food
Cost: Tasting Box: $9.99/month / Deluxe Box: $19.95/month / Gluten-Free Box: $24.99/month.
Ships To: United States including its territories and APO/FPO/DPO Boxes.
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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. In addition, Love With Food donates a meal (some months they actually donate two meals) to a child in need with each box purchased, which you can read more about here. This review is on the September Tasting Box.
Love With Food ships via USPS. Boxes typically ship on the 10th of the month and take a week or so to arrive.
The September 2015 Love With Food theme was “Smarty Pants” and included the following snacks:
~Adult Complete Vitamin Pack by Smarty Pants: Technically these are vitamins, but they totally taste like gummy candy. They are non-GMO, gluten-free and absolutely delicious.
~Sea Salt Caramel Apple Granola by Bear Naked: This is really good. Over vanilla ice-cream it would be amazing. And in yogurt too. But it is also pretty good by itself.
~Mini Peanut Butter Clutter by JimmyBar!: I wanted to love this, I really did, but I wasn’t feeling it. It’s a clean snack bar and I can see getting a boost from it, but the taste wasn’t the best. I would rather just eat a scoop of peanut butter.
~Cookie Thins by Mrs. Thinsters: These.are.amazing. I get them in the multipacks at Costco and just love them. They actually do taste like cake batter to me too. They have a great crunch to them too, so they are totally satisfying that crunch you need sometimes.
~Gluten Free Original Minis Pretzel Crisp by Snack Factory: I love Pretzel Crisps (mini and otherwise) and think they are extra amazing dipped in some hummus. I am going to end up packing these for a snack for L though. They are handy and taste great.
~Cheddar N’ Stuff Super Crackers by Funley’s Delicious: These are another great snack for L. They taste like cheese crackers, but they have broccoli in them too! I have gotten these for then in the past and both boys enjoyed them.
~Snapea Crisps by Harvest Snaps: I first found these at Kroger years ago and have been a fun since. I don’t buy them a ton because no one else will eat them really, but I like them. They salty and crunchy (two things I love), but still healthy.
~Fruit Snacks by Yumearth Organics: We have had these multiple times and the kids love them. They are made with natural flavors so you won’t feel awful about giving fruit snacks to the kiddos.
~Schoola & Coupons: The box also included a Schoola donation bag and a few coupons from products in the box. I have heard mixed reviews about Schoola so if you’ve used them, report back on them!
I never do a cost breakdown on Love With Food but 90% of the time I feel like I get my money’s worth from them. This was easily one of my favorite recent boxes from them and I think it included a ton of great back to school snacks!
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