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Calendar December 15, 2014 12/15/14 AuthorBy Subscription Box Mom Comments 0 Comments 0

SporkPack November 2014 Review + Coupon

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Yes, I am posting my November 2014 review halfway through December.  I have had this box for a while, but I have just gotten around to blogging it.  SporkPack is a kitchen and snack subscription box that is $22.34/mo plus s/h.  Every month, you will receive a kitchen gadget and/or cooking essential, plus a number of hand selected treats.

The Details:

Cost: $22.34/mo. $50.61/3 months, $119.04/6 months

Coupon:  All subscriptions are 10% off and when you use the code NEWFRIENDS, you will save another 20%.  The longer the subscription you buy, the bigger the savings.

Shipping: $6,00/month

What’s in the box? Each package contains between 6-8 items retailing at $40+. Every month you will receive a Kitchen Gadget and/or a Cooking Essential, plus a number of unique and Delectable Treats destined to become your new favorites. Even better, once you’ve gobble down those treats, you can come back to this site and stock up on more from our store.

Website: www.sporkpack.com


SporkPack has new boxes for November.  Past box were flat with a sticker.


Oink Oink 6 Piece Measuring Cup Set $8.95  This little piggy is made like nesting dolls.  Each pig opens up to reveal two measuring cups.  There is 1/3 cup, 1/4 cup, 2/3 cup, 1/2 cup, 3/4 cup and 1 cup measurements


This is how the piggy opens up.  I think this is cute, but my measuring cups go in a drawer, so I am not sure what I would do with this.


Pop Bar $2.99  This is the easiest hot chocolate, you will ever make.  You get hot water and stir in the pop bar.  Bam!  Hot Chocolate!


Pacific Gold Original Beef Jerky $2.16  I really can’t say I hate beef jerky anymore, as I have found so much good jerky in boxes.  This beef jerky has a smoky flavor and was very addicting.  My only complaint, is that bag was too small.


Nature’s Bakery Fig Bar 69 cents  These are 100% natural and I have received these in many boxes.  I personally don’t love them and I don’t care for blueberry flavors.  I am giving this one to my husband, as he will eat it.

Clif Kid Z Bar -Iced Oatmeal Cookie 72 cents: I really expected both of my kids to hate this, but they both loved it.  This is made with organic baked whole grains and is packed with nutrients.  It apparently tastes great too (I didn’t get a bite).


Devil Oven Pull Stick $6.00  This is a pretty cool kitchen gadget.  You can use this to pull a casserole dish closer to you or the oven rack.  It can withstand temperatures up to 536 degrees, so it won’t melt.


Freeze Dried Crunchies- Cinnamon Apple: $1.32  These are freeze dried apples, that are flavored with cinnamon.  My oldest didn’t like the texture, but my youngest son ate these up.

Dried Jeju Mandarin Oranges $1.80  My youngest son loved these too.  These are freeze dried mandarin oranges.  I personally prefer the real thing, but T will eat these up.

Organicasaurus Chedder Cheese $1.45  Our family has had these in other boxes.  They are organic baked corn snacks that are packed with cheese flavor.  I really liked these for snacks.


Final Thought: This box had a total value of $26.08.  I was disappointed in the total value of the box, as the cost of the box is $28.38.  I wish there were one or two more kitchen gadgets in the box and a bigger food item, rather than a few snack size.  I don’t think I am enough of a kitchen/food lover for this box.  SporkPack is having a great deal.  All subscriptions are 10% off and when you use the code NEWFRIENDS, you will save another 20%.  The longer the subscription you buy, the bigger the savings.

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