Disclosure: The Love with Food March 2015 Box was received free for review.
Love with Food is the one subscription my whole family can enjoy. We get the tasting box, which is $10.00/month. The tasting box comes with 8 or more snacks and it is generally big enough for all of us to enjoy. If you have a bigger family or just like more snacks, the deluxe box comes with 16-20 snacks. The deluxe box is $19.95/month and is a great value. There is also Gluten Free box that is $24.50/month and you get 8-12 gluten-free snacks. Right now you can try Love with Food for FREE, just click HERE and get your first box free (just pay $2.00 shipping). You will get the Tasting box free. There are some other great deals, just read to the end of the review.
The tasting box comes in a little red box. and is packed with snacks.
First Look: Since I already reviewed the Gluten Free box for March, so I wondered if I would receive different snacks.
This month’s box was curated by the Healthy Grocery Girl. Megan is a registered dietitian and nutritionist.
The information booklet contains details about each snack, they also note if it is non-gmo, organic, gluten free and vegan.
Sea Salt Bops by Good Boy Organics My family loves these chips, so I am happy to receive more! These have 65% less fat than regular potato chips and are organic, gluten-free and non-gmo. They go great with some healthy dip too.
Turbana Plantain Chips: My 3 year old loves this chips, just as much as I do. They look like a banana chip, but taste completely different. These taste like a salty potato chip.
The Good Bean Roasted Chickpeas: Chickpeas are nice crunchy snacks that pack 4 grams of protein, 4 grams of fiber and are non-gmo. These really fill you up, so you won’t feel the need to snack on other things.
180 degree Nutty Rice Bites: These are like rice krispie treats that have gotten fancy! These are dry roasted and made with cranberries. I love these for when I want something sweet. The whole bag only has 120 calories.
Annie’s Chocolate Bunny Grahams: My kids love Annie’s bunnies. I need another bag, and so I can put these in Easter baskets. The bunnies are made with whole wheat and they have 8 grams of whole grains per serving. These are also vegan
Hemp Hearts by Manitoba Harvest: Hemp Hearts contain 10 grams of plant-based protein in three tablespoons. You can add these to your salad, for an extra protein kick, or just eat them out of the bag. I really enjoyed these.
Almond Butter Cacao Truffle by Two Moms in the Raw: My husband enjoyed this from the Gluten Free box. This is a chocolate truffle that is organic, gluten free, non-gmo and kosher.
Choco Chews by TruJoy Sweets: These are little chocolate chews that are vegan, gluten free and organic. There is nothing artificial in these. My husband and both boys tasted these. Out of the three, only my littlest liked these.
Morniga Organic Tea by Miracle Tee: We received apply/cinnamon in the gluten free box, so I am excited to get strawberry in the tasting box. This tea is vegan and organic.
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Final Thought: Once again, Love with Food didn’t disappoint. My family enjoyed most of the snacks this month. At $10.00/month, plus the point system, this box is a fantastic deal. I love finding new favorite healthy snacks for my family. If you want to try the Tasting Box, use this link to get it FREE (just pay $2.00 shipping). You can save $20.00 on any 6 or 12 month subscription plan when you use this link with the code SBMOM20. Finally, you can save 50% on your Gluten Free box, just click HERE.
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