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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.
Disclosure: This complimentary box was received for review purposes. All opinions are my own, and no compensation was received.
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 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.
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.
~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!
~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.
~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.
~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.
~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!
~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.
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!