September 2015 Snack Sack Subscription Box Review & Coupon

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SnackSack is a monthly snacking subscription box that aims to bring high nutritional value natural snacks to your door every month. Snack Sack comes loaded with a variety of health-conscious snacks that leverage fruits, vegetables, and other natural ingredients to provide you with a more nutritious and balanced snack pantry.  Snacks are organic or all-natural, non-GMO, vegan, fair-trade, or gluten-free.

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We were amused that the snacks still come with an actual burlap sack because they never all fit in.

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The information card gives you brief info on the many snacks packed into this box, plus a guide to which the snacks are non-GMO, gluten free, and vegetarian.

snack sack september 2015 review

All the items in the box for September!

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Beanfields Bean & Rice Nacho Chips: These gluten and corn free goodies are made with beans and rice. Tom is pretty crazy about them – he can never say no to any corn or not-corn chips! Despite the Nacho name, they’re vegan!

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Sinfully Thin Blue Corn Popcorn: This popcorn is light and yummy, and the actual insides of the kernel retain a nice soft blue color. I had a hard time saving a few pieces to show on our video review.

Made in Nature Vietnamese Cinnamon Swirl Toasted Coconut Chips: These are absolutely coated in delicious Vietnamese cinnamon! They are like a great paleo granola all unto themselves, although you could eat them with granola, or on yogurt, or just shove piles into your mouth, as I did.

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GinnyMinis Butter Crisp Love: These are gluten-free cookies that you would be hard-pressed to identify as such. I prefer their chocolate chip ones, but this is a nice way to try the plain version!

Barbara’s Oatmeal Snackimals:  We have been getting Barbara’s Snackimals for the kids – they love them and I like that they are made with organic grains and whole oats!

Annie’s Chocolate Bunny Grahams: Because I have children I can tell you that these little guys are delicious. Bunnies for everyone – adults love them too!

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Wonderful Pistachios: We love all pistachios and the Wonderful ones are high quality and we rarely have any duds. My kids are especially fans of these. I am always tempted to get the big warehouse bag of the shelled kind, but that’s so dangerous because we would plow through $30 of pistachios in days. This individual size is a much better idea!

World Peas Texas BBQ Peas: These are just like wasabi peas, except another flavor, and are gluten-free, GMO-free as well as free of cholesterol and trans-fats.

Enlightened Garlic & Onion Roasted Broad Bean Crisps: I love seeing two different interpretations of what is essentially the same snack. These are just like wasabi peas, except broad beans, and garlic and onion flavor. Pretty pungent and tasty!

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The GFB Cranberry Toasted Almond Bar: Non-GMO, gluten free (obviously – that’s what the bag says because the whole name is “The Gluten Free Bar”), non-GMO, and has 12 grams of protein!

Simple Squares Cho-Coco Square: Made with nuts (cashews and almonds), honey, coconut, chocolate, vanilla, and sea salt! They are organic, raw, and paleo-friendly! This version basically takes their coconut square to the next level!

Belgian Boys De Liege Wafel: I tried these a couple months ago and bought a big pack of them! They’re so good to heat up in the microwave and stick some ice cream and artisan caramel sauce on. #justsayin! These are nut-free, kosher, lactose-free, trans fat free, but I don’t think the snack met the usual criteria – but it is very portion controlled. I was totally fine with this item because life is about balance (which clearly describes my Belgian waffle sundae)! Did I mention that every bite has pearl sugar?

This subscription is a fun way to try out some healthy snacks or just get them delivered without buying the big boxes of them (because you’d have to buy 12 of each bar, a giant bag of beans, etc.).  I like how there is always a variety in curation in this box, from sweet to salty and chewy/soft to crispy/crunchy. I do particularly like how there are healthy sweet choices because sometimes I just need a sweets fix! We enjoy this box and it always presents some brand new product discoveries for me – which is really hard to do!

Visit SnackSack to subscribe or find out more! Get 15% off the entire lifetime of your subscription! Use coupon code HELLO15.

The Subscription: SnackSack
The Description: Monthly surprise delivery of delicious all-natural & organic snack foods. We curate a delicious assortment of gluten-free, non-gmo, & vegan goodies. Sent from beautiful Colorado directly to your doorstep.
The Price: $23 per month
The Coupon: Use coupon code HELLO10 for 10% off your first box!
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