FitSnack Review + Coupon – July 2021

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Fit Snack is a monthly subscription box delivering healthy nutritious snacks directly to your door. Each snack they send should at least fit 2 of these criteria: GMO-free, high in protein, low in sugar, gluten-free, organic, raw, vegan, and all-natural. They also add in bonus items such as energy boosters, nutritional supplements, or refreshing beverages. It’s $29.90 per box on a month to month plan, $28.90 per box on a 3-month plan, $27.90 per box on a 6-month plan, and $26.90 per month on a 12-month plan. If you sign up for a 6 month or 1-year plan, you will also receive exclusive fitness inspired bonus items!

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First peek!

The information card tells me what’s in the box. A quick scan of the QR code brings up the digital content. They even had a couple of recipes!

Inside the booklet, we have a list of all this month’s snacks. Five out of six snacks are doubles.

On the back of the booklet, we have our Fitness Challenge / 20 minute workout. There’s also a QR code to watch the live video demonstration of the workout (it was the same QR code as shown earlier).

Everything in the box!

Plant Fusion Complete Lean Creamy Vanilla Bean ($6.16) I received two packs of this drink mix that is supposed to help one feel full and possibly lose weight if one is following a diet and exercise plan. Just mix it into water or another beverage and then sip. It has 180 calories and 9 grams of fiber from things like inulin and acacia. It also has a superfood energy blend that includes acai, baobab, and more. It has three different alternative sweeteners, which are erythritol, stevia, and monk fruit so I will not consume them due to taste aversion and GI effects (I tried one recently and said never again, but that’s just me).

Bakery On Main Peanut Butter & Chocolate Granola Bar ($2.88) is a soft and chewy type of bar, just the kind I like! It’s very sweet, there’s at least 4 different sweeteners listed, along with oats, brown rice, and sesame seeds. The flavor is neutral, it didn’t taste like peanuts or chocolate.

Bakery on Main Superfood Unsweetened Instant Oatmeal ($1.73) I think instant oatmeal is a blank canvas ready to be filled with fruits, nuts, and whatever you think might add some extra flavor, like jam or honey. How about bananas, toasted walnuts, and a drizzle of caramel? The serving size is generous and there are chia seeds, amaranth, and flax meal along with those whole grain oats.

Prince of Peace Ginger Chews Plus ($4.99) I thought I had tried every flavor of ginger chew from this brand but nope, this one is PLUS! It has an extra punch of ginger for some reason but to me it tastes pretty much the same as their original flavor, but there’s only 21 chews in this bag (as opposed to 28 in their original bag, as this one only weighs 3 ounces vs 4 ounces). It’s still sweet, spicy, and chewy and burns my throat. They are meant to relieve nausea and I guess they are a type of candy too.

From The Ground Up Cauliflower Crackers ($2.08) I don’t normally reach for cheesy crackers (I prefer crackers with cheese) but these were tasty. They have a base of cauliflower plus rice and casava and while they taste like a cheese cracker at first, the cauliflower adds a distinctive and interesting note that I liked.

Munchy Crunchy Protein Snack Rockin’ Ranch ($2.40) and Undercover Milk Chocolate Crispy Quinoa (43¢) were listed as bonus products, and I feel like they are from previous boxes, although they don’t expire until next year. The Munchy Crunchy is made of soybeans, edamame, and ranch seasoning. It’s not bad but I came across a very solid piece that was inedible, so maybe don’t crunch too hard or you might lose a tooth.  The crispy quinoa and chocolate is exactly that — crisped quinoa in delicious milk chocolate. Even better than a Crunch bar.

Here’s the Munchy Crunchy snack!

FitSnack tends to send multiples of their snacks so if you are looking for a huge variety, then this may fall short, however, if you are someone who wishes there was more than one serving of a snack, then you’re in luck! A couple more things to keep in mind: Bakery on Main is sent in pretty much every box I have received, and there’s usually some kind of cereal and drink mix too. I would love to see more variety in future boxes, as all except the cauliflower crackers were known to me. The snacks were worth about $21 so that means some of the value comes from the digital extras so don’t forget to check them out by scanning the QR code!

What do you think of this month’s box?

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