Love with Food is a fun snack discovery subscription available in three versions: Tasting Box, Deluxe (family size), and Gluten-Free. They also offer an Office Plan for sharing with your co-workers. 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
DEAL: You can try 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 Indulge.
There was info on how you can earn points for reviewing your snacks and then redeem your rewards points for more snacks. 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. You can find this month’s info here.
There were a few handouts this month with info on some of the products and even a couple of coupons and discount codes.
Everything in my box! I love to grab a snack from the box and stick it in my tote without a second thought. No Ziplocs needed and I don’t have to worry about change for the vending machine.
UTZ Classic Wheels Pretzels ($1.56) have that classic pretzel flavor, but are shaped like little wheels. I used them to shovel hummus into my mouth.
Napoli’s Oven Baked Pizza Chips ($2.99) are made from real pizza dough but are flaky and crispy, just like a cracker chip.
I guess these are supposed to look like slices of pizza but mine looked like broken chips.
One Potato Two Potato Naked Sea Salt Kettle Potato Chips ($2) are made with only 3 ingredients – potatoes, sunflower oil, and sea salt. I shared them with my daughter and we agreed that they were classic kettle chips.
Jessica’s Gluten Free Muffin Mix Ancient Grain Teff & Oat Flour ($3.48) Hmm, gluten-free muffins? Sounds like a trick to me but it turned out to be a tasty treat. Oat and teff (an ancient grain) flour form the base of the mix, then you add egg, oil, and milk, just like with other boxed mixes. I added fresh blueberries since I had some in the fridge.
I don’t know what else to say except “yum”! These were moist and tasty.
Freeyumm Honey Apple Oat Bar ($1) Yumm is right, I thoroughly enjoyed this snack bar. It’s not crunchy like a granola bar, and it’s not dense like a Lära Bar, it’s somewhere in between. Organic Ocho Peanut Butter Bar ($0.75) was like a mini-peanut butter cup so no complaints there!
Here’s the FreeYumm bar, it was sort of small but good things come in small packages. It tasted like eating apple-tinged oatmeal cookie dough, sooooo goooood.
PB & chocolate, my favorite candy combo ever!
Olympos Pitted Green Olives ($1.20) I love olives, no matter what color they are, and these were very good. They had a hint of herbs in the flavor and were less salty than the ones I usually buy at the grocery store. There were 9 olives in my little bag.
Choc Zero 50% Cocoa Dark Chocolate ($0.18) was very smooth and slightly sweet, similar to a semi-sweet chocolate chip. It is sweetened with monk fruit extract, and is safe for diabetics.
Nutiva O’Coconut Classic Lightly Sweetened Coconut Treat ($0.52) is similar to another macaroon-type cookie that I regularly receive in subscription boxes, kind of crumbly with a classic coconutty flavor.
One square was plenty to satisfy my sweet tooth.
Coconutty goodness in a bite-sized treat.
Breakfast Cookie Minis Double Chocolate ($0.60) allow you to have your cookie for breakfast if you choose, since it’s made with oats, prune purée, and chocolate chips.
It reminded me of a chewy granola bar, in the shape of a cookie, and was very yummy and not overly sweet.
Smooze Fruit Ice Coconut + Mango ($0.92) When I was in middle school we used to get something similar to these, a frozen juice in a tube, but I’m sure the “juice” was probably dye and artificial flavors. These are made with coconut milk and fruit purée and are shelf stable, so you can place in the freezer as needed. I ate the mango version and gave Smooze Fruit Ice Coconut + Banana($1.39) to my daughter, and they are creamy and refreshing.
Glee Pops ($0.90) I will pass this along to my daughter since she likes this kind of treat. It is a lollipop with gum in the middle and I like that it is colored with natural ingredients, like beet juice, rather than red dye # whatever.
There’s always a nice assortment of snacks in my monthly Love with Food! My favorite item this month was the FreeYumm bar but the muffin mix was very delicious too. I’m kind of hesitant to try new things at the store and don’t want to buy bulk items on the internet so this lets me try items I wouldn’t normally go for. There’s always something for everyone, with several items going directly to my kids. If you review your items for points and have an annual subscription it brings down the cost of the box, plus the coupon codes add to the value. Of course, you can always buy the items individually or in bulk but I prefer the convenience of having a variety of snacks to choose from. Love With Food donates meals to charity with each box purchased.
What’s your favorite snack this month? Tell me what you think in the comments!
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