Nibblr is a new snack subscription that offers a variety of portion-controlled snacks delivered to your door weekly, bi-weekly, or once a month (it’s up to you!). They currently have over 50 different snack mixes, ranging from fruit & nut blends, to “feel good sweets”, to more savory choices.
Nibblr offers a cool rating system on their site so that you can choose which types of snacks you’d most like to try, as well as which ones you just wanna avoid altogether. I used the system to weed out all of the non-vegan snacks, and it totally worked! All of the snacks I received were ones that I had rated “Love It”. (The non-vegan ones were rated with “No Thanks”.) You can also view and rate snacks based on their calorie content (under 150 calories vs. over). Neat!
So let’s take a look at what vegan-friendly snacks I received!
Here’s the box that it ships in. Cute!
Not-So-Sticky Bun – Oh man… This was good. Graham cracker squares, cinnamon praline almonds, and plain slivered almonds. Such a good mix! It wasn’t like some blends where you wonder if they accidentally mixed in some of the wrong ingredients or purposely made a random mix just to be “unique”. I’d be totally happy to get this mix every month. Or week. Yum!
Punchy Fruit – Sweet & tangy fruit mix of pomegranate-infused cranberries, pineapple, and passion fruit/lemon pieces. I like it, but I sorta wish it didn’t have extra sugar added to it. Sure, it makes it sweeter, but I’d feel a lot healthier eating straight-up fruit. Though it’s still a much better option than chips or candy bars. 🙂
Cocoa-Nuts – Mmmm… This is a great snack when you’re craving something sweet and don’t wanna go overboard — yay for built-in portion control! “Cocoa-nuts” is a brilliant mix of dark chocolate coconut almonds and toasted coconut flakes. This is definitely another one I wouldn’t mind getting on a regular basis.
Coco’s First Date – I’ve never really had dates before (hello, high school flashbacks!), so I wasn’t sure if I’d like this or not. I’ve eaten snack bars with dates smushed up in ’em (I think Larabar is mostly dates?), but never straight-up dates. Sadly, I wasn’t a fan. They were waaaay too sweet for me. I’m not sure if they’re normally sweetened with sugar, but I just couldn’t get into ’em. I did devour the almonds & coconut flakes though. 🙂
Overall, I was pretty happy with my Nibblr box. There was a nice variety of snacks and it was fun to try new mixes.
Nibblr boxes start at $5.99/box if you chose to pay for just one box at a time, BUT if you prepay for multiple shipments the rates are cheaper: 4 boxes are $5.75/box (or $23 total), and 12 boxes are just $5.50/box (or $66 total).
Nibblr was kind enough to offer FOUR free snack boxes to one of my lucky readers! Just enter via the Rafflecopter below!
Good luck! 😀
(Don’t forget to check out my other giveaways here!)
Disclosure: I received this box for review purposes. I was not compensated in any other way. All opinions are my own. Post may contain affiliate links. Prize fulfillment to be handled by Nibblr. Open to US residents only, 18+.