November Bestowed Box Review + Coupon

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Bestowed sent me this subscription box for my review.

I love Bestowed, it has such unique products in it! When they offered to send one this month, I said yes right away. I really enjoy the curation of this box in particular and it always introduces me to new healthy products. If you’re not familiar with Bestowed Box, it’s curated by nutritionist Heather Bauer – she picks out everything herself! You can get your first Bestowed Box for just $10 with the promo code HELLOTEN105.


The Subscription: Bestowed
The Description: Get 5+ NEW healthy and delicious foods delivered to your door every month – each one hand picked by celebrity nutritionist and author Heather Bauer
The Price: $19/month<
The Coupon: Get $5 off your first box! Use code MOMMYSPLURGE5.

November 2013 Bestowed

Bestowed comes in this cute orange box!

And it has a full-size information booklet!

I don’t always read each & every item, but I appreciate the wealth of information when I’m unsure about something. I like how the booklet gives usage tips for unfamiliar products.

Salba Chia ($1) I was excited to see this – the ground one in particular! I love putting chia in basically everything (high protein, fiber, and omegas!) but I don’t have ground. I’m excited to experiment with it!

Nektar Honey Crystals ($<1) I’m going to put this on the kids’ oatmeal! Love that it’s not messy.

Eat Green Tea ($5) I admit, I’m not a fan of chewing on this product. I tried eating it but I just couldn’t get past crunchy tea! You can use it in all sorts of things though to capture the antioxidants – like oatmeal, smoothies, soups, whatever!

Crunchmaster Multi-seed crackers ($3.70) Gluten-free seed based crackers. These are nice and savory and are easily topped. They are seriously sturdy crackers and this is a full-size bag!

Zico Chocolate Coconut Water ($3) Bestie loves this to rehydrate after hot yoga. I let my kids guzzle it after it got cold (they had the stomach flu this week and the rehydrating minerals in this was perfect for them!).

Skratch Labs Exercise Hydration Mix ($2) I also let the kids have this one. Sports drink with real ingredients! Love that! I totally want to try the hot apple cinnamon one. Very unique! You can buy this in bulk sizes.

Quest Bar in Chocolate Peanut Butter ($2) I tucked this natural protein bar into the stroller for an emergency snack. We’ve had Quest before and we enjoy them! I love that they are no sugar added.

Perfect Fuel Chocolate Endurance bar ($2) Despite my love of dark chocolate, I wasn’t a fan of this one. I found it bitter & gritty. However, I have a triathlete/chocolate freak friend that loves them, so perhaps I’m not the best judge. I thought they were a good inclusion in the box and reports are that they are endurance athlete friendly (no upset stomach).

Life Ice ($3.50) I thought this was the neatest product! It’s flavored water that you freeze into ice.

Only 30 calories!!

Wild Garden Hummus ($1.50) I love this portion controlled & shelf-stable hummus. I want to buy more of these so I can put just ONE in the fridge and not go crazy with it. I love the taste of this one and it’s ultra-smooth. I should probably refrain from buying the 100 pack.

I thought the November Bestowed box was great and had a mostly active on the go theme! Which we all are! I thought the snacks inside were for the most part very munchable and I was happy to have the opportunity to try them! This box generally runs about equal value to price but this time the value was a few dollars more than the price of the box (which does include shipping)! I give it a must-try recommendation!

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