Sleek Treat Review – October 2017


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Sleek Treat Review - October 2017
Sleek Treat is a monthly box full of Sugar-Free, Low-Carb snacks. Each Sleek Treat Box includes 5-8 hand-picked Gourmet Treats delivered right to your door.

Sleek Treat
Cost: $34.99/month.
Ships To: Continental United States.
Coupon Code: N/A

Disclosure: This complimentary box was received for review purposes. All opinions are my own, and no compensation was received.
Sleek Treat Review - October 2017
Sleek Treat ships via USPS on a monthly basis around the 20th of the month.  If you subscribe by the 1st of the month, you will receive a box that month.  If you subscribe after the 1st, your first box will ship the following month.
Sleek Treat Review - October 2017

Sleek Treat Review - October 2017

Sleek Treat offers subscribers in warm states/summer months a cold shipping option. For an extra $5/month they will use thermo-isolated packaging and wrap perishables in cold packs to ensure items arrive in perfect condition.

Sleek Treat Review - October 2017

Sleek Treat Review - October 2017

The October 2017 Sleek Treat included the following items:

~BHUFIT Chocolate Chip Protein Cookie ($2.99): This cookie is Vegan, Keto, Organic and Non-GMO.  It has 10g of protein, 0g sugar, 8g fiber and is free from dairy, egg, gluten, and soy.  It’s not exactly a cookie, but not a cake either.  It’s dense and a little messy to eat, but I did like it.

Sleek Treat Review - October 2017

Sleek Treat Review - October 2017

~Eat Me Guilt Free Pumpkin Spice ($3): I have always wanted to try Eat Me Guilt Free! This has all-natural ingredients, only 5 grams of carbs and 22 grams of Protein.  It was extremely filling and tasty, and I would happily have it again!

Sleek Treat Review - October 2017

Sleek Treat Review - October 2017

~ChocoRite Peanut Butter Cup Patties ($1.60): Now this doesn’t taste like a Reese’s peanut butter cup by any means, but it’s also low-carb and has only 100 calories. It’s not as creamy or smooth as traditional peanut butter cups, but it satisfied my chocolate craving.

Sleek Treat Review - October 2017

Sleek Treat Review - October 2017

~Dr. John’s Candy Assortment:  Included in the assortment were hard candies, caramels, and taffy.  The hard candies were my favorites with the caramels coming in a close 2nd.

Sleek Treat Review - October 2017

~ChocZero White Chocolate Dipping Cups ($1.39): This is the only snack we have yet to try!  You pop it in the microwave, and it’s ready 10 seconds later.  It can be used on ice-cream, mixed in some peanut butter, or to dip strawberries in.  It is sugar-free with no sugar alcohols and no artificial sweeteners.

Sleek Treat Review - October 2017

~Grenade Carb Killa High Protein Bar ($3.59): I loved this!  It has 23g of protein per bar and is low carb.  It’s crispy and filling (so filling), and I got a great energy boost!

Sleek Treat Review - October 2017

Sleek Treat Review - October 2017

~Strollo’s Meat Snack Beef Stick (~$4): Meat sticks!  My husband wasn’t a huge fan of these (he prefers Jack Links), but my 9-year-old gobbled them right up.

Sleek Treat Review - October 2017

I couldn’t do a full price breakdown on this box, but it had eight items, which works out to about $5 per item.  Not necessarily a value subscription, but a nice way to try new treats!

What do you think of Sleek Treat?  If you are interested in ordering, you can learn more here.


About Jennifer

Jennifer is the author and founder of Subscription Box Ramblings. She first discovered subscription boxes in 2012 and has been addicted since. Current favorites include Popsugar Must Have Box, Boxycharm, Mommy Mailbox and Rachel Zoe Box of Style.

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