Love With Food time again! The theme this month is “Happy Camper” and features snacks that are great to take along on your summertime adventures. (Cute theme, but really, all LWF boxes feature snacks that could be deemed adventure-worthy. Just sayin’.)
Love With Food is only $10/month (plus $2 shipping) for their “standard” box (this one). They also have a “deluxe” box for $19.95/month (free shipping). With every box purchased, Love With Food donates a meal to a person in need. Everyone wins! Plus — this month they’ve teamed up with 2 Degrees Food and are donating twice the amount of meals! Yay!
Okay, let’s see what adventure-friendly snacks they’ve included for your summertime fun…
The info card/product list. How cute are those little campers and woodland creatures? Awww.
Beanitos White Cheddar Puffs – These are cheese puffs made with whole navy beans. I’ve had the regular Beanitos tortilla chips and they were pretty good. Since I wasn’t able to try these, I gave them to my girls after dinner. They ate the whole bag between them, so I’d say they were fans.
2 Degrees Bar in Cherry Almond – I recently reviewed these bars and I’m definitely a fan. They’re vegan, gluten-free, and made with all natural ingredients. Plus, for every bar they sell, they donate a meal to a hungry child. Good bar with a good cause!
Honey Stinger Kids’ Organic Fruit Chews – I’m not comfortable giving my kiddos fruit snacks yet (the whole choking thing), so I ate these myself. They were better than I thought. Very fruity. They’re made with 95% organic ingredients, which is great although most of it is pretty much sugar. Well, honey and sugar. No high fructose corn syrup though!
Ginnybakes Butter Crisp Love Ginnyminis – I’ve had cookies from Ginnybakes before and they were actually vegan. Therefore, I mistakenly assumed that all of their cookies were vegan. No such luck. These are, however, organic, gluten-free, and made with non-GMO ingredients. I gave them to the girls for a snack and they had trouble biting ’em… So I broke one in half for them to split and they could barely chew it. My parents were over at the time and agreed that they’re some seriously HARD cookies. So just a head’s up if you have little ones.
Somersaults Dutch Cocoa Snacks – Yet another snack I mistakenly thought was vegan. (In fact, the ingredients listed in the Love With Food shop are vegan.) I was ready to tear into them when I glanced over the ingredients on the package and noticed that they actually contain milk (labeled as a “natural flavor”). 🙁 I’ve had the cinnamon flavored ones before and I really like them, so I was bummed that I couldn’t try these. They’re made with sunflower seeds, toasted grains, and other good stuff. Damn you, natural flavors!
Madyson’s Marshmallows Chocolate Chip Fluff – These have been featured in a past box, but in a different form (I think as a “topper” for hot cocoa). This one is just a big ol’ marshmallow with chocolate chips throughout. Perfect for S’mores-ing.
Zouq Jubilee Mix – This is a spicy trail mix with a South Asian twist. It has peas, cashews, raisins, corn flakes, and a ton of other… interesting… ingredients. It’s vegan and gluten free, which totally figures cos this is the least appetizing item in the box to me. Peas and raisins and corn flakes? Uh… no.
Mediterranean Snacks Sea Salt Lentil Crackers – I’ve gotten these in boxes before and always end up giving them to the girls. They’re made with lentil flour and are a good source of plant-based protein.
This definitely wasn’t my favorite Love With Food box. Actually, it was probably one of my least favorites. However, a lot of that is due to the lack of vegan snacks, which is obviously not an issue for most people. It’s never a total waste for me anyway, since I give all of the non-vegan stuff to the rest of my family. It’s nice to have healthier/organic snacks to give the girls every month.
If you’d like to sign up for Love With Food, they’re currently offering new members their first box for FREE (just pay $2 shipping) when you use the promo code “YUMMY” (If that code doesn’t work, try “FBGIFT“). I heard it also takes $10 off of the deluxe box as well!
Oh — They’ve also announced that they’ll be offering a 100% Gluten-Free box next month. It’ll have 9-12 items and starts at $25/month. You can join the waitlist on their site here!
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