Each box will include 10 or more snacks that not only taste good, but are also (somewhat) good for you as well. You can expect to receive items such as protein bars, multi-grain crackers, popcorn, protein cookies, fruit snacks, granola bars, and more. Plus, with with every HealthPak purchased MunchPak donates a meal to a person in need.
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Let’s see what’s in the November 2018 HealthPak box!
Everything was shipped in a colorful box with the HealthPak logo on the side.
A peek inside!
A fold-out info card listed all of the items in the box, along with photos and descriptions for each one.
Beanfields are one of my favorite subscription box snack discoveries and this is the first time I’ve seen them pop up in one in forever. Needless to say, I was excited when I saw this familiar red bag in my HealthPak. The chips are actually made with beans and rice, but you’d never know. You’d also never guess that they were vegan-friendly. SO good!
I’ve had these chickpea-based snack puffs once before and they’re not bad. They’re made with a blend of green peas, rice, chickpeas, rice milk, sunflower oil, and a handful of flavorful spices. One serving has 3 grams of fiber, 3 grams of protein, and only 100 calories. These are also gluten-free and vegan friendly.
A certified organic treat inspired by the Dutch stroopwafel. It consists of a layer of caramel-infused honey and cinnamon sandwiched between two thin waffles.
Premium Virginia artisan peanuts flavored with Kosher salt, chili pepper, cumin, oregano, onion, and garlic. These contain no GMOs, artificial flavors/colors, preservatives, or MSG. They’re also powder-free for less mess.
I love these Nature’s Bakery brownies! They’re made with organic stone ground whole wheat, organic dates & other natural/vegan-friendly ingredients and they taste rich & chewy — just like a brownie should. 🙂
Halfpops are sweet & salty, pleasantly crunchy nuggets of half-popped popcorn. They’re made with non-GMO corn and are both nut- and gluten-free.
My daughters love fruit leather, so I know who’ll be be getting this treat. It’s made with 100% fruit and no added sugar, so it’s a nice alternative to conventional fruit snacks.
Lenny & Larry’s cookies are SO good! The chocolate chip and double chocolate chip are my favorite. I haven’t tried this white chocolate macadamia flavor yet, but I’m sure it’s just as tasty. Not only is it 100% vegan, but it’s also packed with an impressive 16 grams of protein per cookie.
Crispy, gluten-free crackers made with real whole grains & seeds including whole grain brown rice, whole grain quinoa, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, brown flax seeds, and poppy seeds. They’re vegan-friendly, organic, and non-GMO.
These chewy candy twists are flavored and colored with real fruit juice. They’re also gluten free, non-GMO, and vegan friendly. 🙂
I loved the nice variety of snacks and treats in November’s HealthPak box! There were plenty of vegan-friendly items in the mix, which is always a plus in my book. 😉 I didn’t do a cost breakdown, but I’d say the price point is a bit high on this one considering the majority of the snacks are single serve packages. Other than that, I was happy with the selections. 🙂