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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There’s not a traditional product info card in this box, but you can find all of the items sampled each month on the Love With Food website. 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!
There were some inserts related to some of the products in the box. I found a coupon and some discount offers.
Everything in my box!
Pacific Foods Creamy Tomato Soup ($1.04) I was home sick and needed a light lunch so I reached for this heat and eat soup. It reminded me of my usual tomato soup, Campbell’s Tomato Soup, which I always reconstitute with milk. This had a similar flavor (it already has milk in the ingredients) and was maybe a touch sweeter than the one I usually reach for.
The Cultured Snacking Co. Roasted Peanut Honey Blend I can’t seem to find this flavor available but it has probiotics along with peanuts and honey. Squeeze onto celery sticks or apple slices or just directly into your mouth.
Hello Naturally Whitening Toothpaste ($2.08) I wasn’t expecting to receive a toothpaste sample in a food box but I actually really liked this one! I love minty fresh toothpastes and the mint was strong here. I also liked that the toothpaste had fluoride and left my teeth feeling clean.
Bobo’s Pumpkin Spice Oat Bites ($2.49) I am currently working in a nut-free classroom so I felt safe eating this as a quick snack. It reminds me of under baked oatmeal cookies and I liked the spices.
Zee Zee’s Strawberry Grahamz Whole Grain Snack ($0.94) I give the graham snacks to my daughter. These have beet juice for color and adorable characters are stamped on each one.
Off The Eaten Puffs Sour Cream & Onion Veggie Puffs ($1.11) I liked these puffs, which have a chickpea and yellow pea base. They weren’t as gritty as other puffs I’ve tried and the sour cream and onion flavor was tangy.
Mighty Peanut Puffs ($0.62) are made with peanuts, corn grits, palm oil, and salt. Makes a nice afternoon non-sweet snack option.
The sour cream and onion puffs were perfect for my lunch break.
180 Degree Snacks Almond Rice Puffs With Blueberries ($0.56) are similar to crispy rice treats but less sweet and with a touch of berry flavor.
Mr. Nature Cranberry Trail Mix ($1) is good old raisins and peanuts, plus some craisins, almonds, and sunflower seed. They didn’t have much salt and were very tasty.
Harvest Snaps Lightly Salted Green Pea Snack Crisps ($1.18) are baked crisps that have green peas as the first ingredient. They have a decent amount of fiber for a chip and tasted fine, not really like peas but like salty chips.
The Original Chimes Ginger Chews ($2.02) Ginger chews from a couple of different companies frequently show up in this box. The Chimes bag had 11 individually wrapped candies inside. The ginger was very zingy and there was a pleasant lemon flavor. Very chewy, like sticky gummy candies.
I served my pea crisps with a sandwich.
Kuju Coffee Basecamp Blend ($2) I am not a coffee drinker so I gave this to my daughter to try. It is a pour over coffee and you place it over a cup (it has “handles” that hold it in place) and pour hot water over the top.
Daelman’s Stroopwafel in Caramel ($0.84) Stroopwafels show up pretty often in this box. It’s a waffle cookie with a bit of caramel sandwiched inside and it goes great with tea or coffee. You can even set it on top of a hot cup of coffee and the steam will warm it up a bit.
Royal Hawaiian Orchards Sea Salt Macadamias ($2.50) I love macadamia nuts and these were so tasty. They had just the right amount of salt and were roasted to perfection.
KIND Simple Crunch Dark Chocolate & Oats Granola Bars ($0.61) are crispy granola bars made with oats, honey, and chocolate. I like to crumble these up and make a parfait with yogurt and fresh berries.
The New Primal Cilantro Lime Turkey Stick ($1.25) No one in our house really eats this type of item but the flavor sounds interesting. Made with free range turkey and sweetened with pineapple juice and honey.
Fast Bar Fasting Mimicking Bar ($3.20) The idea behind this bar is that it mimics fasting but actually feeds you. I’m not behind that but as far as the actual bar goes, I enjoy ingredients such as macadamia nuts, pecans, and almonds, so this sounds good to me.
Love With Food sent a good assortment, but then I pretty much always like the stuff they send. Bars and trail mixes are things I buy at the store but some of these brands are not available in my local so I enjoy getting something new. Soup, coffee, and toothpaste were not things I expected to see but they were welcome and I liked them too. My daughter takes the “kids” snacks to school and the only thing we don’t really eat are the meat sticks.
What’s your favorite snack from the Love With Food Deluxe Box this month?