Love With Food January 2019 Deluxe Box Review + Coupon!

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Love with Food Deluxe Box sends 15+ surprise snacks from various healthy snack brands each month. It’s an ideal snack box for sharing at home or if you are a heavy snacker. This particular plan promises to include plenty of snacks for everyone and a few duplicates. Also, the snack box only includes snacks made with real ingredients and no added chemicals. The Deluxe Box is $19.95 a month. Love with Food also offers other snack boxes such as the classic Tasting box and the Gluten-free box.

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This month’s theme for Love with Food is BETTER EVERY DAY.

For every box sent to subscribers, Love With Food donates a meal to families in need. Don’t forget to review your snacks so you can earn points for even more snacks!

What a bright, colorful box this month!

Everything in my box!

Legendary Foods Buffalo Blue Wing Seasoned Almonds ($2.33) Can you believe I have never tried Buffalo wings before? I can’t say whether or not these taste the same, but they are very flavorful, with some salty and spicy notes. I couldn’t even eat the whole bag at once, I ended up getting two snacks from this bag.

Nature’s Garden Cranberry Health Mix ($1.17) I love a good trail mix, and this one was delicious. Unlike the salty almonds, these were sodium-free, just natural nuts and some sweet dried raisins and craisins. Very yummy!

Enlightened Garlic & Onion The Good For You Crisp ($1.41) have a sort of salty and sweet (which is weird, there’s no sugar added) flavor and were very tasty. Some of the pieces of bean were too hard to chew so I had to spit some out, but otherwise they are good and provide a hefty amount of fiber for a snack!

Pretzel Pete Salted Caramel Mini Twists ($0.59) are sweetened pretzels so skip the hummus with this one. Unless it’s chocolate hummus. Hmm, maybe I should pick some of that up at the store…

Beanitos Nacho Cheese Bean Chips ($0.75) I will send these in my husband’s lunch. He can probably stand to eat more beans, but he doesn’t need to know they are in this chip, he will probably think they are Doritos or something. I can’t believe this bag has 5 grams of fiber, that’s 20% of the daily value!

Late July Jalapeño Lime Tortilla Chips ($1.34) My daughter and I love these chips! They are good for snacking or eating with a sandwich. They have just the right amount of citrus tanginess and spicy heat.

Laughing Giraffe Organics Lemon Snakaroon Coconut Snacks ($0.72) So a Snackaroon is like a macaroon, and I love coconut so this was perfect for me. I think it’s more like a candy and it’s kind of crumbly, but the lemon flavor contrasted nicely with the sweetness. I noticed they offer seasonal flavors now and they sound very interesting!

Dolcetto Petites Lemon Wafer Bites ($1.26) Oh, these were tasty and tangy! Little wafer cookies with a lemon cream filling. Yum!

Beech-Nut Vanilla Quinoa Crispies ($1.17) are one of those Stage 3 toddler snacks. Shhh, don’t tell my teenager! Quinoa and brown rice are mixed with sweeteners and it feels like a marshmallow crispy treat.

Nonni’s Cioccolati Biscotti ($0.79) I’ve never been a fan of biscotti so I am going to sneak this treat into my husband’s lunchbox so he can dunk it in his coffee at work. It has a coating of chocolate on the bottom and almonds sprinkled on top.

Stretch Island Original Apple Fruit Leather ($0.65) Love With Food sends some child-friendly snacks, like this fruit leather made with fruit puree and no added sugar. It went straight to my daughter and I prefer this to gummy fruit snacks.

B Bar Brownie Bar ($1.57) My daughter tried this one for breakfast one morning and reported back that it tasted pretty good. It has raisin paste and the first ingredient is oat flour so I feel like it is a good meal replacement bar.

Balance Caramel Nut Blast Protein Bar ($0.87) I didn’t have time to pack a lunch so I grabbed this bar and was able to eat it while on the job. The flavor was delicious, I felt like I was eating a chewy caramel and chocolate bar for lunch! It also has a good amount of vitamins and minerals but is low on fiber.

RX Bar Peanut Butter Chocolate Bar ($2.06) I do prefer a short and natural ingredient list and this is one of those snacks I prefer. Egg whites, dates, nuts, and chocolate and that’s about it. This is a chewy snack and pretty dense, but oh so tasty!

Oskri Sweet & Salty Peanut Bar ($0.88) is another candybar-like treat, like peanuts and scaled back caramel. Very tasty.

Prince Of Peace Ginger Chews with Coffee ($3.40) I have tried the regular ginger chews before, but never with coffee! I’m not really a fan of coffee, I don’t even drink it, so these were a miss for me. I did give them a try and the chews were chewy and had some spice, they burned my throat a little. Ginger is supposed to help calm the stomach but I think coffee does the exact opposite. It was an odd pairing.

Love With Food is always fun and I love the fact that all I have to do is grab a snack and stick it in my bag and go. The treats are always fresh and some of them pass for a meal in a pinch. My daughter loves to come into the office and grab something from the box to put in her lunch. There were 16 different snacks in this box, which means even if you are paying $19.95 for this box each snack is about $1.25. Plus, I didn’t have to buy a big bag or a box of 20 to see whether or not I like them, so that is a big draw for me.

What’s your favorite snack from the Love With Food Deluxe Box this month?

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