If you’re not aware, Love With Food is one of the most affordable subscriptions out there. — It’s only $9.99/month (shipping included) for their “Tasting” box. (You can actually try your first Tasting box for $5.99 shipped!) They also have a “deluxe” box for $19.95/month (free shipping), as well as a 100% Gluten Free version for $24.99/month. Plus, with every box purchased, Love With Food donates a meal to a person in need.
Let’s see what’s in the June 2015 Love With Food Tasting Box!
Somehow I completely forgot to take a photo of the box itself, but if you’ve been reading my blog for a while, you’re well aware of their signature red box. June’s theme was “Saturday in the Park” and featured plenty of picnic-friendly munchies.
Sheila G’s Salted Caramel Brownie Brittle – I’ve gotten these in a subscription box once before and passed it along to my mom who absolutely loved ’em. They’re thin squares of brownie-like crisps that are supposed to mimic the “edges” of a pan of brownies.
Emily’s Premium Northwest Trail Mix – Healthy mixes like this are perfect for satisfying mid-afternoon snack cravings. This one contains cashews, almonds, raisins, cranberries, and apple pieces.
Funny Face Choo Choo Cherry Cranberries – I’ve had these before and they are hella bitter. I mean, they’re cranberries, so… I think I’ll probably sprinkle these in granola or on a salad this time instead of eating them straight out of the box.
Popchips Crazy Hot Popped Potato Snack – I also received these in this month’s gluten-free box. Two of them actually. I gave them to my dad who later informed me that they’re “hot as hell”. So there ya go. Mild, they are not.
Sheffa Everything Savory Bar – I think this is basically like an everything bagel in bar form. I’m not really a fan of “savory” things, so although this is vegan, I’ll be passing it along.
Stonefire Authentic Flatbreads Naan Crisps – I like naan bread, so I was really hoping these would be vegan-friendly, but no such luck. They’ll make a nice healthy snack for my kiddos though.
Bali’s Best Classic Iced Tea Candy – I think I’ve gotten the espresso version of these in a past Love With Food box. Those ones had dairy in them, but these tea-flavored ones are actually vegan. They contain real tea extract and are said to be a refreshing treat.
Kutoa Cherry Cashew Bar – I ate this bar for breakfast yesterday and it was quite good. It’s packed with healthy ingredients including chia seeds, flax seed, fruit, and nuts.
Coupons – I usually don’t include coupons in my reviews, but this one was for a FREE package of Ruby Rocket’s Veggie & Fruit Pops! Plus another one for BOGO pops. Nice!
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June 2015 Love With Food Tasting Box Review
While I enjoyed this month’s Gluten-Free version of the box more, the Tasting version wasn’t bad at all. I wish there were more vegan-friendly items, but about half of them were so not a total bummer of a box. I love that they included the coupon for a free box of Ruby Rocket’s pops too.
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