Num-Nums Munch Box is a new snack subscription box that sends an assortment of allergy-friendly treats to your door every month. I love checking out boxes like this, as there’s always a high likelihood of getting vegan snacks. 😉
Every snack included in a Num-Nums Munch Box is hand-selected and taste tested to ensure that you get the yummiest, highest quality treats available. They choose a wide variety of products so there’ll always be something for everyone in your family to enjoy.
There are 3 different dietary options to choose from: Dairy-Free, Nut-Free, or Gluten-Free. You also have 2 size choices: The Single Box ($21.99 plus shipping) contains 10-12 snacks, while the Double ($43.50) has 20-24.
I was recently sent a Single, Dairy Free box for review and couldn’t wait to dig in.
Let’s see what’s in the box!
The goodies were sent in a brown box with a blue Num-Nums Munch Box logo.
First look: Two lollipops sleeping in a bed of tissue paper. Shhhh.
Second look: Snaaaacks!
The info card listed each item in the box, as well as all of the allergens each one is free of. It also noted if they were manufactured on shared equipment with dairy, soy, wheat, etc.
Home Free Mini Double Chocolate Chip Cookies – I’ve gotten these in few subscription boxes over the last year or so and I’m always excited to see them cos they are SO flippin’ GOOD! Crunchy and full of flavor. You’d never know they were free of dairy, wheat, soy, egg and gluten. Love ’em!
YumEarth Naturals Sour Beans – These were included in this month’s Citrus Lane box and I thought they were surprisingly good (I don’t usually like overly sour things). They’re made with real fruit extracts and are gelatin free. What was a little odd to me, is that I had the Citrus Lane ones and they were covered in granulated sugar… These ones were more like regular jelly beans; no sugar dusting. So now I don’t really don’t which one is “normal”. Weird.
Beanfields Bean & Rice Chips in Barbecue – Woo! Can’t go wrong with Beanfields! They’re chips made with beans & rice, and all of their flavors are vegan. They’re also gluten-free, corn-free, and made with non-GMO ingredients. Barbecue are my second favorite, right behind nacho. So good!
Brothers-All-Natural Mandarin Orange Fruit Snack – There’s no question about these being free of allergens — they only contain 100% freeze dried mandarin oranges! That’s it. I love simple snacks like this. They’re a great alternative to real fruit if you have picky toddlers (like mine) who refuse to eat fresh oranges.
Enjoy Life Vanilla Honey Graham Cookies – These cookies are free of the 8 common allergens. I’ve had the chocolate chip flavor before, but not this vanilla honey graham version. They had a nice crunch, but the flavor seemed a little off. I didn’t mind them, but I don’t think I’d purchase them myself.
ZEGO Sunflower Bar – This is an energy bar made with minimally processed ingredients including sunflower seeds, coconut syrup, and sprouted flax.
NoNuttin Chocolate Chip Granola Bar – A certified gluten-free granola bar made with dairy-free mini chocolate chips, gluten-free oats, crisp rice, and more. This was really good… anything with chocolate is a total win for me.
SeaSnax Original Seaweed Snack – You either love seaweed, or you hate it. Sadly, I’m among the haters.
Peeled Snacks Apple Clusters – There are only 2 ingredients in this snack: organic apples and organic apple juice concentrate. Needless to say, these are totally allergy friendly.
St. Claire’s Organics Tangerine Tarts – Organic, allergen-free candies made with natural tangerine flavor. I’ve had their mints before, but not these… Looking forward to trying them.
YumEarth Organics Lollipops – I’ve had these before and they’re a great alternative to traditional lollipops. They’re made with all natural ingredients including real fruit and veggie flavors.
What a fun box of yummy goodness! Num-Nums Munch Box did a great job including a wide variety of different snacks. Sweet, salty, tangy, sour… Definitely something for everyone. I love that almost everything was vegan-friendly too (some products contained honey). The only thing I would improve on is the price… It seemed a bit steep, though I do realize many allergen-free products can be on the pricey side. Hopefully they can lower it as more people subscribe. I really did love the box, so I’m hoping they can find a good balance and stick around for a while. 🙂
Num-Nums Munch Box has kindly offered my lovely readers a chance to win a box of their own! Just enter via the form below. Giveaway ends March 16th. Good luck!!
Oh — If you’d like to subscribe, you can save 10% on your first box with coupon code “NUMS10“!
March 2015 Num-Nums Munch Box Review
I loved this box! So many great, vegan-friendly goodies. Everything was so colorful and the box was just plain fun to go through. I do wish the monthly cost was a little lower, so hopefully they’ll be able to bring it down a bit in the coming months.
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Disclosure: I received this box for review purposes. I was not compensated in any way. All opinions are my own. Post may contain affiliate and/or referral links.