NatureBox is one of the longest running monthly snack subscription boxes, and we are still subscribing! They’ve recently updated their subscription model – subscribe to their club for $5 per month, and then buy the NatureBox snacks you need at really low prices. The monthly membership fee is applied to your purchase, and rolls over, too!
All NatureBox snack meet these criteria, and many are vegan, non-GMO, and gluten-free.
- Simple ingredients
- No artificial junk (colors, flavors or sweeteners)
- No high fructose corn syrup
- No hydrogenated oils
- No MSG
- Less than 200 calories per serving
DEAL: Join NatureBox Club today and get your first month free and free shipping on $25! There are often additional promotions that apply on top of the everyday member discounts – see our Naturebox coupons to find the latest deal!
They often throw in some coupons or promotions. This month also had a $100 voucher for Naked Wines!
We ordered *a lot*! We have our favorite items and we like to mix it up by trying the new seasonal items as well. We have a legacy Naturebox subscription – those are no longer available, you just subscribe to the club and then purchase what you’d like, and your monthly club fee of $5 is credited against your purchases.
NOTE: The $5 credit expires monthly!
Bonus freebie! Sriracha Roasted Cashews: These yummy cashews taste sweet at first bite and then leaves the taste buds with a hint of spiciness. It’s a unique twist on the usual cashew snack!
The texture is awesome too. It’s crunchy and very satisfying to chew on!
Greek Yogurt Apple Cinnamon Oat Bars: These are nice small bars, perfect for breakfast, but I find them pretty sweet.
They totally hit the spot as a desk treat though! They are soft and chewy, with lots of yogurt icing.
Asiago & Cheddar Cheese Crisps: One of our frequent reorders, these are good snacking. The cheese is nutty and sharp, and the texture of the crisps themselves are like crunchier slices of palmier pastry. Yum!
They’re pretty much just flour, butter, cheese, and a hint of cayenne, so they are perfect for fulfilling cheese straw cravings, except we prefer the texture of these treats!
Whole Wheat Vanilla Animal Cookies: I like the effect the whole wheat has on the consistency of the cookie, making it crunchier without giving it the dry taste you get in most animal cookies.
The nice crunch and deep flavor make these stand out from your typical animal cracker — and the shapes are super cute!
Mini Peanut Butter Oatmeal Cookies: These cookies are crispy and light, well-balanced oat and peanut flavors. They have some added fiber so they’re satiating, too.
There’s a nice hint of baking spices – cinnamon, allspice, and nutmeg! I love the slight oiliness of them — something homemade PB cookies always have and that makes these stand out as real food to me.
Sourdough Cheddar Pretzels: The pretzel within these bites is very nice — it gets close to Hanover sourdough pretzels in quality of taste and texture, and it is far beyond that of your ordinary non-sourdough powdery pretzel.
The cheese coating is a nice accent flavor, and one can really taste the hoppy and malty notes of the real beer that is mixed in!
The vanilla bean flavor is sublime and the crispy buttery result is impossible to resist.
Whole Wheat Chocolate Animal Cookies: And full-on chocolate! These are just like the vanilla, except packed with cocoa!
These animal cookies have the best and clearest animal imprints on any animal cookie, to our kids’ utter delight.
Double Chocolate Brownie Cookies: These have coffee in them, and Brandy had to spit it out (coffee is really not her thing!). We thought the inclusion of coffee should be a lot more obvious on the packaging, since the flavor is pretty prominent.
Kung Pao Pretzels: A long-standing favorite of ours. Waffle-style pretzels are coated with a tangy and spicy coating that packs just the right amount of sweet and heat.
We fight over the super-flavored pieces because the spicy flavoring coating them is just so good! They’re super addicting but a fun snack for movie night.
Blueberry Almond Quinoa Bites: These are light, crispy, and sweet, and a hit for the whole family. I tend to eat them all before they reach general distribution, though.
Almonds, cashews, pepitas, and blueberries squished up with puffed quinoa and rice for a snack that’s both light and hearty at the same time. They are crispy and little sweet. The nuts and seeds make them satisfying like a granola bar, but they aren’t gooey and marshmallowy like crisped rice granola bars typically are.
We love NatureBox and I think the new model is perfect for how we use it – for seriously stocking up on snacks for our family. We like a lot of their spicy offerings, but they have tons of healthier-than-store-bought cookies, pretzels, and crackers that make great additions to packed school lunches. Depending on your eating habits and family size that may be 5 bags or 10 (we’re usually 10+!). One of the things we especially like is that the bags zip right back up, so we can keep snacking on fresh goodies until the next box arrives!
Which snack is your favorite? Share us your thoughts in the comments section!