Love With Food May 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 GOOD FOOD, GOOD MOOD.

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!

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I received a coupon code for a new-to-me brand.

You Love Fruit Super Berry ($2.08) I always give the fruit snacks to my daughter, but I wonder if she noticed that this has artichoke in the ingredients? It also lists mango, acai, and pomegranate.

Zee Zee’s Mixzees Dried Fruit ($0.84) I packed these dried fruits plus this same brand’s sunflower seeds to work for a tasty snack combo. They were perfect and I rarely eat dried pineapple so that was like candy to me.

One Bar Cherry ($1.49) also went to my daughter since they are one of her favorite types of snacks. This one is made with cherries, apples, and baobab powder, which is a superfruit and supposed to add extra nutrients.

Here is the dried mixed fruit, so yummy!

Crunchsters Barbeque Sprouted Protein Snack ($1.46) I would never have picked this out at the store but it was actually extremely tasty! It was like eating crunchy BBQ potato chips, but with better texture and the best BBQ flavor ever.

Zee Zee’s Roasted Sunflower Kernels ($0.52) I have always loved sunflower seeds and these were a classic snack item, and were very good, better than the ones at my grocery store.

Here are the Crunchters, which were so very good!

Janis & Melanie Key Lime Cookies ($2.10) I liked these mini cookies, and I adore sweet citrus flavors. They remind me of a Sandies cookie, but without the nuts and with a twang of citrus.

Cookie Thins Thinsters Chocolate Chip ($1.61) My daughter read the ingredients off the package and told me that they were made with the same things we use to make cookies in our home. They were incredibly good, but they were also broken to bits.

Poppies Coconut Macaroon ($1.04) was a classic macaroon, very soft and chewy. A little too sweet but that’s not necessarily a bad thing.

Daelmans Stroopwafel in Caramel ($0.50) You can eat the stroopwafel as-is or heat it up by placing it over a mug of coffee or tea.

Go Lite! Sweet Maui Onion Snack ($0.71) Here is another product that my daughter loved. They are like puffy chips but are made with cassava flour instead of potato or rice. I get that they are supposed to taste like sweet onions but they were too sweet for me to call them a favorite.

PopCorners Sweet & Salty Kettle Corn ($0.21) My daughter was all too happy to take these off my hands for her lunchbox. Lightly sweet with a touch of sugar and salt.

UTZ Premium White Cheddar Popcorn ($0.55) I love cheddar popcorn but so does my daughter so I didn’t get to try this brand. I like that I received something with flavor and not just plain popcorn.

Super Food Bunches Of Crunches in Dark Chocolate Coconut ($0.81) I ate this stuff right out of the bag. It has crunchy clusters of oats, amaranth, and millet along with cacao nibs that were like little pieces of the best chocolate. A winner for sure!

ThinkThin Creamy Peanut Butter High Protein Bar ($2.40) I brought this one to work as a meal replacement but could only eat about half. It has peanut butter and the texture was ok, but I think the malitol (a sugar substitute) threw me off, I didn’t even know it was in there before I started eating the bar but quickly figured it was artificially sweetened.

Appleways Chocolate Chip Simply Wholesome Oatmeal Bar ($0.99) I will stick this in my bag for later. It has a bit of apple and raisins along with a whole grain blend and chocolate chips.

Country Archer Turkey Stick In Rosemary ($1.46) I am not a fan of meat sticks so this will get passed to my husband, although the thought of this having rosemary makes it seem a little bit upscale.

Jana Banana Peanut Butter Banana Bar ($1.24) Karina chose this snack first. I tried a bite and it tasted like bananas and peanut butter. Sweet and chewy.

I knew it was going to be a good month when my picky eater told me she wanted to try everything in this month’s box! I think Love With Food sent a great assortment for May and I enjoyed the treats I got to try and heard no complaints about the ones my daughter tried. It’s hard to pick a favorite but those broken chocolate chip cookies were very tasty and buttery!

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

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