Love With Food February 2017 Deluxe Box Review + Coupon 

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Love with Food is a fun snack discovery subscription available in three versions: classic tasting box, deluxe/family size, and gluten-free. I shared these snacks with my family of 3 (sometimes 4 when my daughter is home from college.) What sets this subscription apart?

  • No artificial flavoring, coloring, or MSG
  • No trans fats and hydrogenated oils
  • No high fructose corn syrup
  • Snacks are natural, organic or gluten-free

FYI, you can see our reviews of all 3 varieties of Love With Food boxes here.

DEAL: You can try out Love With Food by using this link to get your first Deluxe Box for $5 off or get your first Classic Size Box for $7.99. You can also save 25% on your first Gluten-Free box by using this link. As always, Love With Food donates meals to charity with each box purchased.

Love with Food’s theme for February was “Follow your Heart.” There were a couple of discount codes on the card and it says how you can win a special box when you share pictures on social media. If you want to know more about the snacks in your box then you can go to the website and see which snacks are gluten-free, kosher, vegan, etc.

My husband said that iwon! Cinnamon French Toast Protein Chips reminded him of bunuelos, fried tortillas that are covered in cinnamon sugar. These chips get their protein from peas and are heavier and chewier than tortilla chips. Snikiddy Baked Mac & Cheese Puffs were less cheesy than Cheetos Puffs but cheesier than Pirate Booty. Yum!

Blue Diamond Mini Nut Thins in Hint of Sea Salt make a regular appearance in my snack line-up. They are salty and have a nice crunch thanks to ground almonds and rice. I eat them as is but they would make a good dipper too. Watusee Foods Chickpeatos in Tomato Basil are crispy roasted chickpeas that have various flavors and this one is supposed to taste like pizza. I’m not big on chickpeas so after trying one I passed them along to my friend, who agreed they had an aftertaste but said it wasn’t a bad one.

I thought that Annie Chun’s Original Seaweed Crisps were too seaweedy for me so I gave them to my friend’s daughter, who loves seaweed. She said “yeah, they are a bit strong at first, but after that first bite they are really good, crispy and delicious.” Pretzel Perfection Twice-Baked Pretzel Sticks in Chipotle BBQ were shaped like pretzels but tasted more like a delicious cracker, a little sweet and salty and spicy.

Sheila G’s Salted Caramel Brownie Brittle with Dark Drizzle is salty, sweet, and has an extra tasty chocolate drizzle on top, which I could only find in a limited edition holiday bag. Belgian Boys Mini Cookie Stash are made in Belgium and taste like speculoos or Biscoffs, sweet with a touch of cinnamon, crispy and perfect for dunking in the drink of your choice.

Give them to the kids and let them selfie away.

Laughing Giraffe Organics Lemon Snakaroon was a tasty organic coconut bite that reminded me of lemon frosting and was crumbly but good. I received two Truffle Pig’lets: Milk Caramel was filled with a decadent caramel center while Dark Peppermint had a minty truffle center. Both were absolutely dreamy and I need more in my life.

Heavenly Organics Mint Chocolate Honey Patties are mother nature’s candy: organic white honey is flavored with mint and covered with dark chocolate. That’s it! Since the chocolate is unsweetened you may get a jolt of bitterness but just chew it all at once and enjoy this simple yet luscious treat.

Yummy Earth Organic Lollipops come in a variety of flavors and five were featured in this month’s box. I loved the grown-up, natural flavors but the kids will love them too. No fake stuff here and even the colors are derived from plants.

As always, I enjoyed my Love with Food box! Not every snack was a winner but some of them were over the top delicious. I appreciate the fact that Love with Food sends items that can be enjoyed by everyone, including young children. If you review your items for points and have an annual subscription it brings down the cost of the box, plus the coupons add to the value. Of course, you can always buy the items individually or in bulk but I prefer to pay a bit more for the convenience of having a variety of snacks to choose from. I simply grab a treat and stick it in my lunchbox and don’t have to think about it. My family enjoyed finding new favorites, plus Love With Food donates meals to charity with each box purchased!

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