Friday, December 18, 2015

Love with Food December 2015 Deluxe Box Review and Coupon Code

Love with Food is a snack box subscription that sends generally healthy, organic or natural treats to your door every month. Snacks are either organic or all-natural, GMO-free, gluten-free or free of artificial junk. In other words you're not going to find Cheetos in here but you will find some delicious organic chocolate.

This review is for the Deluxe box but there is a smaller size that is $7.99/month. All I have to say is that this December box is full of chocolate awesome.

The Cost: $19.99/month

What You Get: 16-20 new snacks each month. Snacks are either organic or all-natural, GMO-free, gluten-free or free of artificial junk. (The regular Tasting Box has 8+ snacks).
Bell Plantation PB2 Powdered Peanut Butter- If you've never had this and you make smoothies or shakes for yourself, you need to get your hands on some. This was the only way I could manage to drink my protein. It's so good! It's not really good for peanut butter sandwiches and it acts weird when cooking with it but for shakes and smoothies? Perfect.

Chocolate Peppermint Mini Luna Bar- Two of these! I can't eat them (soy intolerance) but my husband loves these things so he'll be happy to see them.
The Good Bean Sweet Cinnamon Chickpeas- These are better than the other flavors I've had by these guys but they still aren't good. My problem is that I compare them to my own roasted chickpeas and mine always win for crunchy goodness.

You Love Veggies Veggie Leather- Carrots and Chia seeds? That does not sound like a winning combination to me.
Lazy Susan's Granola in Cranberry Almond- Granola.

Goodie Girl Midnight Brownie Cookies- These are not my favorite Goodie Girl snack. There are other ones that are better. These taste like Oreos without the creme.

BONUS: Love with Food chapstick!

Cafe Britt Dark Chocolate with Coffee- This is chocolate with a creamy coffee flavored filling.
Cheecha Puffs Sea Salt and Spiced Pepper Puffs- These are wheels. They're kind of shiny like rice crackers can be and are super crunchy. I ate one and thought they were strange. Ate another one and then ate the whole bag. So yeah. Tasty!

Beanitos Bean Chips- These aren't good. I like bean chips but this brand is  not one of my favorites.
The Best Time of Day I Bet You've Never Tasted This Chocolate Crisps- I can't wait to try these! I'm currently nomming the BarkThins (or trying not to nom them all at once). They definitely need a new name, though.

BarkThins Dark Chocolate Almond Snacking Chocolate- These are so so so good. It's dark chocolate with bits of almonds in it. The pieces are irregular and thin and perfect for nibbling while reading. Or doing pretty much anything.

Maison-Pecou Liquicroc Caramels- Dark chocolate with caramel inside. These are not pictured because the chocolates relieved themselves of their packaging and were rolling around in the bottom. I threw them away. They were shaped like footballs.

VERDICT: This was a really good Love with Food box for us! Pretty much everything will get eaten, if not by me then others. There were twelve different snacks which means there's sure to be something for everyone to enjoy. I love the full size package of the BarkThins, too.

If you would like to sign up for Love with Food, you can do that here! You can get 40% off your box with my referral link which makes it a ridiculously good deal. Or use coupon code JOY5 to get $5 off any subscription over $30.

If you need Gluten Free snacks, you can get your first Gluten Free Love with Food box for 50% off with this link. The Gluten Free Box is normally $25 and you get 12-15 snacks.

As a side note, Love with Food tends to run promos on Groupon (there aren't any right now) but keep your eye out. And if you do buy one on Groupon, don't forget to activate your Ebates for your cashback! If you haven't heard of Ebates and you shop online a lot (like me), you should check it out. It's been pretty nice getting cashback for so much, especially at this time of year.

*affiliate/referral links were used in this post.

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