November 2016 SnackSack unboxing time!
If you haven’t heard, SnackSack is a relatively new subscription box that focuses on delivering natural, “junk-free” snacks to your door every month. All of the snacks included will be free of “artificial junk” and offer a mixture of all natural, vegan, organic, non-GMO, gluten-free, and fair trade products. They’ll all be tucked inside a reusable burlap sack, which is shipped in a large box for ultimate snack protection.
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Subscriptions are $24.95/month with free shipping. Discounts are also available for multi-month plans. — For a limited time, you can save 10% on your first box with coupon code “ROSE10″!
Let’s see what’s in the November 2016 SnackSack!
The box o’ snacks!
A peek inside. — No sack this month!
The information card listed everything inside, along with helpful symbols next to each one indicating whether it’s vegan, gluten-free, and/or non-GMO.
Nuttee Bean Co. Spicy Fava Beans – A great alternative to those with nut allergies, these roasted fava beans provide an equally satisfying nut-like snack. They’re made with 100% natural ingredients and are both vegan-friendly and gluten-free. Two packages of “Spicy” beans were included, as well as sample packs of both Salt & Vinegar and Wasabi & Ginger.
Oogie’s Sun-Dried Tomato & Parmesan Gourmet Popcorn – Oogie’s popcorn is made in small batches with all natural ingredients and is trans-fat and cholesterol free. This flavor features sun-dried tomatoes, aged cheeses, and zesty herbs.
Dick & Jane Educational Snacks – These vanilla flavored “educational” cookies are stamped with both States & Capitals and United States presidents. They’re made with whole grains and are nut-free. We’ve gotten these in other snack boxes and my kids are always happy to see them.
Ginnybakes Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Bliss Cookies – “Outrageously delicious” mini cookies made with organic ingredients including rolled oats, butter, chocolate chips, shredded coconut, and pure vanilla extract.
PB Thins Peanut Butter Crackers – These all natural crackers are made with real peanut butter and have just 100 calories per bag. I’ve had them before and while I didn’t love them, they weren’t too bad. A little on the salty side.
Wai Lana Cassava Pops – A nice alternative to potato chips, these are popped (not fried or baked) and only have 100 calories per bag. They’re also vegan and gluten free.
Gourmet Nut Power Up Antioxidant Mix – Yum! As soon as I saw the big chunks of dark chocolate in this trail mix, I knew it would be delicious (and it was!). It also features raisins, walnuts, pecans, cranberries, and blueberries. SO good!
Bite Fuel Banana Apple Protein Granola Trail Mix – I was excited to try this granola until I read the ingredients and saw that it contained whey. Ah well. It’s packed with all sorts of good-for-you stuff like fruit and nuts, so I’ll see if my kiddos will eat it. 😉
Jackson’s Honest Sweet Potato Chips – These all natural sweet potato chips are slow cooked in small batches using coconut oil. I’d personally rather have regular (non-sweet) potato chips, but these’ll be good to have on hand when I’m craving something salty and sweet.
Pamela’s Oat Chocolate Chip Coconut Whenever Bar – A gluten-free, non-dairy snack bar made with all natural ingredients. Vegans take note – it does contain eggs. (Boo!)
Raw Rev Glo Peanut Butter, Dark Chocolate & Sea Salt Bars – A raw superfoods bar packed with organic and raw plant-based ingredients. I swear I get at least a half dozen of these each month from various subscription boxes. At least they’re vegan. 😉
Even without the extra bulk of an actual sack, November’s SnackSack was still filled to the brim. My favorite item this time was the dark chocolate trail mix that I need some more of ASAP! 🙂 — Remember, if you’d like to try out SnackSack for yourself, you can save 10% on your first purchase with my exclusive coupon code “ROSE10″!