Love with Food is a fun snack discovery subscription available in three versions: classic tasting box, deluxe/family size, and gluten-free. This is the Deluxe Box, but you can see our reviews of the other versions too. The Deluxe Box is $19.95 a month but you can save a bit by going with longer plans, the lowest working out to $16.50 a box with an annual subscription.
All the goodies in the box!
DEAL: You can try Love With Food by using this link to get 25% off your first Deluxe Box or get your first Tasting 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.
This month’s theme for Love With Food is FUEL YOUR FOCUS.
Plus, don’t forget to do a review for 50 points per review and you can get extra savings by shopping at their shop. You can check out some of the snacks sent for all of the different boxes here.
There were a few handouts in the box.
Everything in my box!
Oogies Gourmet Popcorn in Spicy Nacho Cheddar ($1) I need some more of this stuff! It was spicy and cheesy and just what I’m looking for when I snack!
Harvest Snaps Snapea Crisps in Wasabi Ranch ($0.92) have that spicy bite of wasabi and while it didn’t make my brain cringe like my sushi dip it was tasty.
My husband wants me to order more of these wasabi peas.
Simply 7 Quinoa Chips in Sea Salt ($0.88) are pretty mild and just something to keep my mouth busy and not very filling.
Pretzel Pete Nuggets in Honey Mustard & Onion ($0.22) are similar to another brand that we’ve tried in the past. It’s one of my daughter’s favorite pretzel flavors.
Drizzilicious Crunchy Drizzle Bites in S’Mores ($0.92) are like little rice cakes but with a drizzle of chocolate coating that was very sweet.
Zee Zee’s Strawberry Grahamz Whole Grain ($0.83) I thought these were going to be like graham crackers but they reminded me of animal crackers, but with strawberry flavor.
A lot of the drizzle ended up at the bottom of the bag, but these were good.
The strawberry flavor is sweet and the color comes from beets!
Superseedz in Dark Chocolate & Sea Salt ($0.56) I roast pumpkin seeds every year on Halloween and then throw them away because I have a hard time chewing through the shells. These are already shelled and are sweet and salty, although not really chocolaty.
Marich Pan Crafted Chocolates in Sea Salt Caramels ($0.59) were so good, too bad there were only 5 in the bag. Of course, maybe that’s a good thing now that I think of it.
On The Go Fusion Snack in Edamame & Berries Fusion ($0.77) I grew up eating roasted soybeans but roasted edamame is sort of similar. It was really good in this snack, which also included dried fruit and a few pieces of other nuts.
Sea salt caramels are the best kind of caramels!
I was a fan of this trail mix, but then I love trail mix in general!
Field Trip Maple BBQ Pork Stick ($0.33) will go to my daughter since she is a fan of dried meat. It is supposed to be sweet and tangy.
4th & Heart Ghee Butter Original Recipe ($2.40) I’ve never used ghee before but I know it can be used to cook with. The pictures online showed it next to coffee so if you’re into butter coffee you can just stir it in until it melts. No need to refrigerate so these are good to keep in a lunch bag in case you drink your coffee at work, or use it as a spread on toast or muffins.
RX Bar Pumpkin Spice Protein Bar ($0.88) are the kind of snack I enjoy eating at work. It’s portable and I can eat it while standing if needed. Pumpkin spice is all around this time of year and I like those flavors since they are limited. Also, the ingredients are all-natural and simple.
Verb Energy Co Maple Blueberry Caffeinated Energy Bite ($1.50) has as much caffeine as a cup of espresso! The caffeine is provided by green tea extract. Oats, quinoa, and almond butter are a few of the ingredients and this would make a good afternoon snack on those days I can’t make a cup of tea for pep.
Appleways Apple Oatmeal Bar ($0.83) looks like it will make a good breakfast bar for those times I need to eat something on the way to work.
Jana Banana The Original Banana Bar with Peanut Butter ($1.16) is very dense and chewy but was also sweet and I really liked the banana flavor.
Absolutely Tahini Bar in Cocoa Nibs ($0.70) I tried these before and wasn’t a fan so I thought maybe cocoa nibs might make them better. It still has a weird consistency, powdery and flaky, but now with cacao nibs, which did improve the flavor. They are still too sweet for my tastes.
SunRype Apple Raspberry Fruit To Go Fruit Strip ($0.36) went straight to my daughter, although she let me try a bite first. It was very chewy and fruity and I like that it is made with no added sugars or colors.
There is always a good assortment of snacks in my Deluxe Love With Food box! There is something for all snack needs, like sweet and salty or chewy or chip-like. My favorites are usually bars (like RX Bar) and trail mix. Of course, the sea salt caramels were a yummy treat and my daughter is happy to pack items in her lunch bag. I like that I can grab and go without giving it a second thought, I just throw a snack into my tote bag. Also, I got to try lots of new snacks that I would have had to purchase in bulk online, or paid a hefty per-item charge from places like Whole Foods.
What’s your favorite snack this month?