DegustaBox UK is a monthly subscription box that brings your favorite food and snacks to your doorstep. The subscription costs £12.99 per month and you’ll get a box filled with 10-15 products and goodies! This box is always full of so many new things to try.
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The box has a bold lime green graphic while the inside has cute little images of snack items. Plastic wrap and butcher paper keep all the contents safe.
Here are all the products in February’s box.
The info sheet details all the Degusta Box products. February’s box has an Easter is Coming theme. It’s filled with treats for celebrating the holiday.
TREK Protein Flapjack Cocoa Oat (£2.50) are a take on the classic flapjack made with gluten free oats with melted dark cocoa topping. These are soft and chewy bars with 9 grams of protein. They are much nicer than a typical protein bar and make a delicious tea time snack.
Each box includes two KITKAT Milk Chocolate Easter Bunny 29g (£0.65).
These are cute milk chocolate bunnies filled with even more chocolate and crisy wafer. A perfect little Easter treat!
Each box contains one Galaxy Vegan Bar (£3). Lucky me, I received three bars: smooth orange, caramel and sea salt, and caramelised hazelnut. Hazelnut paste gives the bars a silky smooth texture, and the flavourings are all nice – this is some of the best vegan chocolate I have tried.
Livia’s Salted Caramel Million Squares (£1.50) are made with an oaty base, date caramel and a layer of raw dark chocolate. These are vegan, gluten free and dairy free. These tasted just like dates, so they were pleasant enough to eat, but nothing like a regular millionaire bar.
Jacked Foods Jackfruit Chunks and Ndizi Chunks (£1.89) are 100% dried fruit pieces,with no preservatives and no refined sugar.
I wasn’t crazy about the jackfruit, which has a sort of bitter taste.
The ndizi banana pieces did not look great, they were brown and old looking, but they were sweet and chewy and quite yummy! These make a healthy, high fibre, perfectly portioned snack.
My Sweet Chickpea (£1.25) are coconut and dark chocolate covered roasted chickpea snacks. These have more protein and fibre, and less fat than most chocolate or nut snacks.
They are so delicious and totally satifying – I highly recommend giving them a try.
Very Lazy Slow Cooker Pastes (£1.99) create flavourful meals in a slow cooker. Each pack comes with two recipes, one with meat and one without. I received Smoky Spanish Stew and Harissa Tagine flavour pastes. I love Very Lazy products. These are great for making an easy yet interesting homecooked meal.
Mug Shot High Protein Roast Chicken Pasta (£1.29) contains 13g of protein and is easily prepared with hot water and a 5 minute wait. I didn’t enjoy the taste of this – the pasta was a little bit crunch and the sauce had a strong flavour of chicken stock, and little else.
Grey Poupon Dijon Mustard (£1.50) is simply a classic! You can’t go wrong with this mustard.
Lost Coast Fruit Spritzer + ACV (£2.49) are a range of sparkling drinks with botanicals and apple cider vinegar. I received the Mango, Turmeric and Ginger flavour. This was nice, with a little bit of a vinegar tang and a touch of tumeric. It is definitely a unique drink, refreshing, light and healthy tasting.
Each box contains a fully redeemable voucher for Shaken Udder Milkshakes (£1.40). Unfortunately I haven’t made it to one of the participating large supermarkets yet to claim my voucher – I am looking forward to trying these shakes, made with real fruit or Belgian chocolate and fresh British milk, they sounds really delicious.
Heinz Paw Patrol and Disney’s Frozen No Added Sugar Pasta Shapes (£0.55) are the classic tomato pasta with fun cartoon shapes. Ideal for kids, and perfectly sized in small tins.
February’s Degustabox was a mixed bag, with some items I really liked and a few I didn’t really care for. My favourite items were the TREK flapjacks and My Sweet Chickpea, both such yummy sweet snacks!
Have you tried DegustaBox UK?