FitSnack January 2020 Subscription Box Review

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Fit Snack is a monthly subscription box delivering healthy nutritious snacks directly to your door. Fit Snack curates its boxes according to the following criteria:

  • Each product always containing two or more of the following: GMO-free, high in protein, low in sugar, gluten free, organic, raw, vegan and all natural.
  • Plus, we add in bonus items such as energy boosters, nutritional supplements, or refreshing beverages.
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Everything in the box.

On one side of the information card, Fit Snack provides a workout for the month. This month, it looks a bit different with it being accessed on the internet. There’s also a challenge you could participate in.

On the other side of the information card, there are details about each of the items.

Kay’s Protein Pretzel Sticks – Cinnamon toast. These delicious little pretzel sticks are not to sweet and contain 12g of protein and 4g of fiber for not a lot of calories. This little package is also the right amount of cinnamon toast taste I can eat in one sitting.

Purely Inspired Organic Protein – Vanilla. We received this protein powder in previous boxes. It’s a good vegan protein powder, it’s tasty and not overly sweet or grainy. The powder does settled down quickly at the botton of my shaker, but a quick swirl and it’s all good to go.  Each package contains 20g of plant protein (from organic pea protein and organic brown rice protein), has 7g of fiber and only 2g of protein. It’s sweetened with stevia and organic cane sugar.

Lebby Chickpea Snacks – Dark Chocolate and Mocha. With 13g of protein and 8g of fiber per pack, these should be a nice little sweet treat, but I’m still not sure about the crunchy chickpea.

The coating doesn’t stick on the fingers! The taste was fine at first, but I couldn’t eat more than a couple at a time because of a weird slight aftertaste. My husband had no problem eating them, but he also found them quite filling.

Supernola – Signature spiced Goji. These chewy granola clusters gluten, grain, GMO, soy, dairy and refined sugar free. They are made with almonds, cashews, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, walnuts, pecans, coconut, goji berries, chia seeds, hemp seeds and flax seeds. It’s spiced with vanilla, cinnamon, maca, nutmeg, ginger and cloves, and everything is organic.

Nakd Berry Delight. Gluten, wheat and dairy free, this little bar is sweetened with only the fruits (dates, raspberries, raisins). It also contains cashews for that little extra fat and protein boost. Really tasty and perfect for a pre or post workout snack.

Gorilly goods – Trail. A vegan, organic, raw, non-gmo and gluten free trail mix, perfect for on the go, or for quick bite aftera workout. This mix contains activated organic nuts (cashews, pecans, almonds), as well as organic dried fruits (raisins, goji berries, golden berries), Sea Salt.

Wicked Cutz Beef Stick – Original Pepper.  These beef sticks are always great for on-the-go snacks, and I enjoy them with an apple and a slice of cheese.

Teaonic – My immunity Mojo – Revive. This blend is to supports immune defense with a mix of elderberry juice, lemon, ginger, hibiscus and cayenne pepper. It tastes quite nice actually, and I wouldn’t mind trying it out for a couple of days to see if it helps.

Sanissimo Salmas. These oven baked corn crackers are a staple in our house as a snack, to eat with soup or dips. They are crispy, light, and have a nice smoked corn taste. The box comes with 8 packs of 3 crackers.

I really enjoyed this box with a mix of savory a sweet snacks as well as some drinks. Our favorites were the Salmas and the Supernola, but we also enjoyed the Lebby treats and Nakd bar. Overall, a nice mix of flavor as well.

What do you think of this month’s box?

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