Nibblr Box Review #2 and Try for Free
Nibblr is a new snack subscription box, that gave me a four week subscription to review. I reviewed their first box and there is a 4 box giveaway that ends 2/3. You can read my first review and enter the giveaway HERE. When you sign up, you fill out a questionnaire to determine your preferences. Nibblr boxes are $5.99 a box and each box comes with four pre-portioned snacks that are made to your preferences. As you try different snacks, you can update your preferences by graded the snacks as “love it”, “like it”, “interested” or “no thanks”. You can get your boxes delivered, weekly, every two week, or whenever you would like.
Cost: $5.99 a box, 4 boxes $23.00 ($5.75 a box), 12 boxes $66.00 ($5.50 a box)
Coupon: Use the code BOXMOM to try your first box FREE
What’s in the box? Each box comes with four portion-controlled, delicious snacks to your office or home
When will I get my box? Shipping times vary but they try to deliver on Mon/Tues
When am I charged? You are charged the Wends-day before you box ships.
This is how the box comes. Everything came packaged safely and nothing was crushed. I was really excited to see my snacks, since I was able to fill out my questionnaire for this box.
This month, all four snack had fruit! I was excited to try them, as my whole family loves fruit.
Apple of My Eye: This is described as Apple Pie, and it lives up to it’s descriptions. There are bits of cinnamon and apple. There are soft and crunch pieces that make this snack wonderful!
A, B, C’s: This is made with apples, blueberries and cranberries. Wow this is good. I love that the apples were chewy and not hard. My whole family loved this one. This is a great combination of dried fruit.
Queen Bee: Queen Bee is buttery cashews coupled with rich mango and orange fruit pieces. This had a tropical taste for me, and I had a brief daydream of laying on the beach somewhere warm. Note: It is bitterly cold where I live.
Berry’s Hat Trick: This has naturally sweet strawberries, blueberry pomegranate fruit pieces and pomegranate cranberries. The strawberries were out of this world. They would make a snack with all strawberries. This was another family hit. So fruity and tasty!
Nibblr included a poster with the box that says “Life’s too Short to be Hangry”. Hangry is a combination of angry and hungry. I tend to get a bit cranky when I am hungry, so my husband says this poster was made for me. There was even a note on it that said “Happy Snacking”. I loved the personal note (this was hand written, not a copy).
Final Thought: This box was fantastic and all the snacks were wonderful. My husband is always skeptical of food in my subscription boxes, but even he loved it. I love having a subscription box my whole family can enjoy, from my 22 month old to my husband. Each snack in individually portioned. You can also separate the snacks and take one with you in your purse. Note: Nibblr snacks do not have resealable lids, but you don’t need one (they are too tasty). You can try Nibblr free by using the code BOXMOM at check out. Click HERE to order. Don’t forget to enter the Nibblr giveaway HERE.
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Disclosure: I received this box free for review. I was not compensated in any other way. My opinions are my own.