Secret Snacks is a subscription box that sends a selection of sweet treats and salty snacks to your door on a monthly basis.
Each box will feature an assortment of 14-20 individually packaged snack products ready for you to enjoy. Items can include candy bars, potato chips, pretzels, granola bars, gummy snacks, cookies, meat sticks, cheese puffs, crackers, chocolate bars, and more.
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Subscriptions are $29/month, or less with multi-month commitments. Shipping (continental US only) is free.
Let’s see what’s in my August 2019 Secret Snacks box!
Everything was shipped in a white box with the Secret Snacks logo stamped on top.
A peek inside!
An enclosed flier provided some general information about the subscription.
First, I have to note that the font they used for the flavors kept making me think my photos were super out of focus and it drove me nuts. Actually, now it does look a little out of focus, but what can ya do. Moving on… Two different flavors of these classic tortilla chips were included in August’s box — Cool Ranch and Nacho Cheese. The latter were a snack staple in my house growing up and I kinda miss ’em. BUT! The Spicy Chili flavored Doritos (in the purple bag) are actually vegan-friendly, so I pick them up when I’m craving a little nostalgic snackage. 😉
A crunchy snack mix made with mini breadsticks, pretzels, and rye chips. Each piece is seasoned with a zesty blend of spices for a salty & savory flavor experience.
These bite-sized snacks consist of mini Ritz crackers sandwiched together with a creamy cheese spread. They’re naturally flavored and made with real cheddar cheese.
Packed with whole grains, this satisfying snack consists of two cinnamon flavored biscuits with a creamy almond butter filling.
A sweet, yet healthy(ish) snack bar made with whole oats and real chocolate chips. Each bar has 12 grams of fiber and only 2 grams of sugar.
Crispy tortilla chips made with real avocados. — “The dip’s in the chip!”. I’m personally not a fan of avocado, so I’m not even mad about these containing dairy. 😉
Both of my daughters LOVE these fig bars and have been eating them almost daily for at least a year now. They’re made with ancient grains including teff & amaranth and they’re also free of high fructose corn syrup, artificial colors, flavors, and preservatives.
Fat-free fruit-flavored snacks made with real fruit puree. They’re gluten free and are an excellent source of Vitamin C.
I LOVED these Grandma’s cookies when I was a kid. I remember buying them for like 50¢ a package back in the day (I’m guessing they’re a bit more now?). One morning before school, my friend and I found a package of peanut butter flavored ones and buried it in the snow to eat when we got out. Some poor kid must have dropped it and we were more than happy to salvage their loss. Anyway… I’m sure my own kids will thoroughly enjoy these.
The original “Slim Jim” meat stick made with a blend of beef, pork, chicken, and spices.
I was all about these crunchy granola bars in high school. I think it was partly due to the fact that each package actually has two separate bars to enjoy. They’re made with natural ingredients and each package has 16 grams of whole grains.
These crispy sandwich cookies consist of slightly sweet vanilla flavored wafers with a creamy peanut butter filling. They contain no high fructose corn syrup and offer 4 grams of protein per serving.
These are basically traditional Starburst candies, but smaller and without the individual wrapping. I was surprised to see that unlike the larger version, these ones don’t contain gelatin. Weird. The ingredient list does include confectioner’s glaze though, which means they’re likely not vegan-friendly (but so close!). Ah well, my husband will enjoy ’em.
Secret Snacks is clearly a great subscription box for anyone looking for a monthly delivery of serious snackage. There was a nice variety of chips, candies, bars, gummies, cookies, and more. I received a total of 18 individual snacks, which averages out to roughly $1.60 per item (not taking into account shipping costs). This is definitely a subscription box for someone who appreciates the convenience and mystery of snack boxes over itemized value of said snacks.