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Cost: $25/month (Price increased on 6/1)
Ships To: United States (not including U.S. Territories and Military APO/FPO/DPO addresses).
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The Sweet Box by Orange Glad, is a carefully curated box of sweet snacks delivered to your door every month. It includes five deluxe gourmet desserts, and the Orange Glad Marketplace allows you to place orders for more of the goodies you love!
Orange Glad ships via USPS and takes just days to arrive.
This looked so yummy! Since I am still doing Weight Watchers, B, and the kids sampled it for me.
The October 2016 Orange Glad included the following items:
~Marlo’s Chocolate Pumpkin Pie Soft Baked Biscotti: This is perfect. It wasn’t too hard (some biscotti is like break your teeth hard) and had a ton of flavor. I limited myself to a small piece, but I certainly wanted more. Chocolate + Pumpkin needs to be paired more often.
~Tumbador Chocolate Ghost Lollipops: W (my four-year-old) kindly sampled this for me. He was thrilled with it. It’s cute, and he said it tasted amazing.
~Tumbador Chocolate PB & J Eyeballs: These eyeballs are “oozing with raspberry jam and chunky peanut butter.” Luckily I don’t love PB&J, so this didn’t tempt me. My eight-year-old declared them delicious. A little messy maybe, but delicious.
~Mayana Chocolate Kitchen Sink Bar: This has appeared in previous subscription boxes, and it’s just as good as you think. It has peanut butter, crisped rice, milk chocolate and caramel all in one. So good.
~Mayana Toffee: B (my husband) liked this toffee, but it wasn’t his favorite toffee ever. It’s their custom chocolate blend loaded with toasted almonds. Neither of us absolutely love toffee, but if it were the only chocolate around I wouldn’t turn it down either ;).
I never do a price breakdown on these snack / treat boxes, but I do know they aren’t a money saver. Instead, they are a way to introduce you to new snacks you may never have heard of otherwise.