SnackSack May 2015 Review + Coupon
Disclosure: This box was received free for review.
SnackSack is a new healthy subscription box that includes snacks that are organic or all-natural
non-GMO, vegan, fair-trade, or gluten-free. While I love a bag of Cheetos, I really try make healthy choices on a day-to-day basis. I often find myself in a snack rut, so I love finding new healthy snacks to try. SnackSack is $23.00/month for a sack full of healthy snacks. You can even buy multiple sacks per month, perfect for an office environment.
Cost: $23.00/month, You can also choose a 3 or 6 month subscription
What’s in the box? SnackSack sends a sack full of delicious health snacks each month.
SnackSack shipped by USPS and came in a large box.
SnackSender included a postcard from Colorado, the location of SnackSack.
On the back of the May postcard, there was a list of all the snacks in the box.
Most of the snacks came in this all natural burlap sack.
Frontier Bites Almond Blueberry Lemon Bites: These are little crunch bites of almonds, blueberries and tart lemons, all packed in little organic, gluten free bites. These taste a bit like a fancy rice krispy treat. The whole package has only 100 calories, so you can snack happy.
YumEarth Organics Gummy Bears: I have a serious love of gummy bears and really all things gummy. These gummy bears taste like regular gummy bears, but they are made without anything artificial.
Torie and Howard Fresh Fruit Hard Candies: I have had these Torie and Howard candies before and the blood orange candy is my favorite. These are made with al natural ingredients and don’t have any artificial flavors or colors.
Barefoot of Chocolate Speads: SnackSack sent two hazelnut chocolate spreads and one almond coconut chocolate spread. It’s no secret that I don’t eat coconut, so that spread will go to my dad. The hazelnut chocolate spread is great on toast or cookies.
Luke’s Orgnanic White Cheddar Cheese Puffs: These gluten-free, non gmo cheddar puffs taste similar to the haul-less popcorn you find at the grocery store. My children and I all really enjoyed this snack and it’s something I will be buying again.
Quest Protein BBQ Chips: These bbq chips are baked and are a flaky crispy chip. The bbq flavor has a bit of a kick, so these are not a boring protein snack.
Caveman Cookies: SnackSack sent the alpine hazelnut carob cookie and the tropical coconut macadamia cookie. My husband tried the alpine cookie, but he felt it was a bit to “grainy” for his liking.
Boom Chicka Pop: sweet + salty kettle corn and sea salt: My whole family loves popcorn and Boom Chicka Pop is gluten-free, non gmo and made with whole grains, not to mention, it tastes great.
Raw Revolution Protein Bars: I will admit, I normally hate almost every protein bar, but these Raw Revolution bars were pretty good. I haven’t tried the peanut butter and sea salt bar yet, but the peanut butter, dark chocolate and sea salt bar was very tasty. It had a natural peanut butter taste, mixed with dark chocolate.
Madecasse Sea Salt + Nibs: This bar is made with 63% dark chocolate cooca nibs and salt. This bar had a really rich taste and you can eat just a small amount, and still get your chocolate fix.
Sheffa Snack Mix: The sweet snack mix is made with almonds, soy nuts, cranberries, papaya and pineapple. The zesty snack mix is made with chickpea noodles, roasted corn and toasted seeds. This has a toasted flavor with a spicy kick.
Final Thought: This was a really great box, filled with all kinds of healthy snacks. I am a self profession junk food lover, but I really enjoyed most of the snacks in this box. The protein chips and the Raw Revolution bars were the biggest surprises in the box, and I can’t believe I liked them so much. There were a couple of snacks that weren’t my taste, but overall, this box was great. If you want to try SnackSack, use this link with the code BOXMOM10, to save 10% on your first box.
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