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Calendar March 12, 2015 03/12/15 AuthorBy Subscription Box Mom Comments 0 Comments 0

March 2015 Love with Food Gluten Free Box Review – Save 50% + Exclusive Coupons

Disclosure: I received this box free for review purposes.  This post contains affiliate links.

March 2015 Love with Food Gluten Free Box Review

March 2015 Love with Food Gluten Free Box Review

Love with Food sent me the Gluten Free Box for review, and I was eager to try all the goodies.  Love with Food is a food subscription box, and they three different boxes.  Love with Food also has a great point system.  You earn points by reviewing snacks in your box and referring friends.  You can use the points to buy snacks in the Love with Food store.  The Gluten Free box is $29.00/month and has at least 12 gluten-free snacks in each box.  You can get your Gluten Free box 50% OFF just click HERE to save $14.50 on your first box.  

Love with Food also has a Tasting Box and a Deluxe Box.   The Tasting Box is $10.00/month  (plus $2.00 shipping) and comes with 8 or more snacks.  You will earn at least 10 points/month, when you subscribe to this box.  You can try Love with Food for FREE, just click HERE and get your first box free (just pay $2.00 shipping).   If you want to subscribe for a longer period, use this link with the code SBMOM20 to save $20.00 on your subscription plan.

The Deluxe Box comes with 16-20 snacks and is only $19.95/month.  You will get some of the same snacks as the tasting box (only many more), plus snacks not found in the tasting box.  You will earn at least 20 points each month.   Pay as low as $15.33/month when you subscribe for a year.  Use this link with the code SBMOM20 to save $20.00 on your subscription plan.


The Gluten Free box comes in a big red box.


First Look: This box was jammed pack with snacks.


This month’s box was curated by the Healthy Grocery Girl.  Megan is a registered dietitian and nutritionist.


Inside the information card, there was a huge list of all the snacks.  Love with Food also tells you if the snack is non-gmo, vegan, gluten-free and organic.


Original Ancient Grain Granola by Purely Elizabeth: This granola is made with gluten-free oats, low-glycemic coconut sugar and coconut oil.  With all the coconut listed in this snack, I was sure I was going to hate it.  This granola was fantastic and had nice cinnamon flavor.  I can’t believe I like something with coconut in it.


Gluten Free Pie Crust Mix by Bob’s Red Mill: I love making strawberry pies, but I have never made my own crust.  Since this mix is already made for me, I am going to try my first homemade crust.


Sea Salt Bops by Good Boy Organics:  These chips are a favorite in our family.  These chips are organic, gluten-free and non-gmo.  They taste like a Ruffles potato chip, only with a slightly sweet flavor.  I am saving these chips for my boys, and I may buy more in the online store.


Turbana Plantain Chips:  A plantain is a cousin of the banana, but you would never know it from these chips.  These look like banana chips, but they taste like a salty potato chip.  In addition to being gluten free, these are non gmo and vegan.


Rhythm Superfoods Zesty Nacho Kale Chip:  I never eat leafy greens (ie lettuce, kale etc), so I really didn’t think these looked good.  Again, I was surprised with how good these tasted.  The chips are in little bunches and covered with nacho cheese flavor.  They are crunchy, and you can almost pretend they are a regular chip.  These have vitamin K, A and C.  These chips are also vegan, organic, non gmo and gluten-free.


24 Carrot Orange Fruit Snack by Fruigees: This are packed with vitamins, nutrients and antioxidants.  My pouch loving child T (age 3), gobbled this up.  This is non gmo, gluten-free, vegan and organic.


Hemp Hearts by Manitoba Harvest:  There is 10 grams of plant-based protein in three tablespoons of Hemp Hearts.  These are gluten-free, vegan and non gmo.  You can add these to a salad, or eat these right out of the bag.


Almond Butter Cacao Truffle by Two Moms in the Raw: My husband loves truffles and he thought this tasted great.  This is organic, vegan, non gmo and gluten-free.


 Morniga Organic Tea by Miracle Tee: This tea is vegan, organic and is apple/cinnamon flavored.  My husband will enjoy this tea.


The Spice Hunter Mexican Seasoning: Our family loves Mexican, so we will use this season for our next taco night.  This seasoning is vegan, organic and gluten-free.


Hail Merry Strawberry Macaroons: My parents love macaroons, so these are being saved for them.  These macaroons are non-gmo, gluten-free and vegan.


The Good Bean Roasted Chickpeas:  Chickpeas are a great source of nutrition and they are easy to just drop in your purse for the day.  These chickpeas are gluten-free, non gmo, kosher and vegan.


There was a huge selection of coupons and offers from the companies featured in this box.


Final Thought:  My family really enjoyed this month’s Gluten Free Love with Food box.  I didn’t do a price breakdown on the box, but I think this box is well worth the $29.00.  I love that Love with Food sends such a nice variety of snacks, so my whole family can enjoy each box.  I don’t follow a gluten-free diet, but I still really enjoyed this box.  If you want to try the Gluten Free Love with Food box, save 50% OFF your first box,  just click HERE to save $14.50.  If you want to sign up for a 6 or 12 month plan, use this link with the code SBMOM20 to save $20.00 on your subscription plan.

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