It’s time to “Taste the Season” with this month’s Love With Food box. December’s Tasting Box features snacks and treats that evoke the spirit of the holidays.
Love With Food is one of the most affordable subscriptions out there. — It’s only $10/month (plus $2 shipping) for their “Tasting” box (this one). (You can actually try your first Tasting box for FREE!) They also have a “deluxe” box for $19.95/month (free shipping), as well as a 100% Gluten Free version. With every box purchased, Love With Food donates a meal to a person in need.
Let’s check out December’s goodies!
Their signature red box is always packed FULL of snackage.
The information card lists each product, as well as their respective ingredients.
Oogie’s Kettle Corn – I love kettle corn, so I was sad to see that this one actually has dairy in it. Boo. While it (sadly) isn’t vegan, it IS gluten-free and made with non-GMO corn.
Next by Nature Dark Chocolate Coconut – I reeeally wanted this to be vegan, but alas, it is not. Boo again. Dried coconut dipped in dark chocolate — yum!
Honey Acres Chocolate Honey Mints – Fun fact: I originally typed “Green Acres” — Can you tell I was a fan of 90’s Nick-at-Nite? These mints are made with just 3 ingredients: raw honey, dark unsweetened chocolate, and natural peppermint oil. They’re super creamy and taste like a healthier, more natural version of a York peppermint patty. Mmm!
Espresso Candies by Bali’s Best – These are hard candies (kinda like Werther’s) made with real Sumatran coffee.
Hannah Max Cookie Chips – An all natural snack that “tastes like a cookie, eats like a chip”. These are made without any artificial flavors or preservatives, and they’re free of trans fats & GMOs.
Olympos Pitted Green Olives – This was the only 100% vegan item in the box, which was kind of a bummer. Thankfully, I’m a fan of green olives and these ones are seasoned with herbs, so that’s cool. They’re no cookies though.
Nocciolata Hazelnut Spread with Cocoa & Milk – A hazelnut spread made with organic ingredients including cocoa and milk.
Liddabit Sweets Dark Chocolate Sea Salt Caramels – Two individually wrapped chocolate caramels inside a little sealed wrapper. Perfect for taping to a Christmas gift, which is what I’ll be using it for.
December’s Love With Food box was kind of a dud for me. Mainly because the only actual vegan product was a package of olives. I did enjoy the honey mints too, though not all vegans are so lax about honey. On the plus side, I can use some of the snacks as little “bonus” gifts to include with Christmas packages, so that’s nice.
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December 2014 Love With Food Review
I’m sure I’d be more impressed with this month’s box if I weren’t vegan, but being that I AM, it was kinda disappointing. It also didn’t seem all that festive to me, but I suppose not everyone has the same definition of “festive” food. Ah well, we’ll see what the new year brings. (More vegan-friendly snacks please!!)
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