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I know my week is going to be full of delicious snacking when I see my Love With Food box waiting for me. For $12/month (or less if you pre-pay for your subscription), LWF will send you a box full of tasty snacks that you probably have never tried before. It’s a snacker’s dream come true. I subscribe to the snack box (8+ snacks per box), which is plenty for me. There is also a new deluxe box that contains 16-20 snacks each month and a gluten-free box with 8-12 snacks, both of which are just a few bucks more than the snack box.

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This month’s box was completely crammed with food, which happens to be exactly how I like my boxes.

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Sea Salt Bops by Good Boy Organics – As far as baked potato chips go, these are about as good as it gets. They are crinkle cut and legit tasty. I would actually buy bags of these, and I intend to. The entire bag was only 100 calories, and it was not tiny.

Lightly Salted Plantain Chips by Turbana – I did not expect to like these. I reluctantly grabbed them on my way out the door when I was out of everything else and after popping one in my mouth I literally stopped walking to stare at the bag in disbelief. These are no ordinary plantain chips – they are like potato chips. They are totally savory without that banana-y hint that most plantain chips bring to the table. I would actually go out of my way to find these and buy them, they’re that good.

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Annie’s Chocolate Bunny Grahams – Annie’s bunnies are probably the only snack food that you could argue a 2 year old and a 30 year old would totally love equally. My personal favorites are the honey grahams, but the chocolate grahams turned out to be freaking awesome. We accidentally bought a giant box of Annie’s bunny grahams when my fiance meant to buy a giant box of Annie’s fruit snacks (don’t judge), so I actually have quite a stockpile of these already.

Nutty Rice Bites with Cranberries by 180 Snacks – LWF has sent me a few different flavors of these nutty rice bites in the past, and I always forget how much I like them. I always groan when I see them in the box, but then end up thoroughly enjoying them.

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Hemp Hearts by Manitoba Harvest – I haven’t tried these. I just don’t understand hemp seeds in the same way I don’t understand chia seeds. I know they’re good for me, and I love it when they’re in things made by other people, but left on my own I have no idea what to do with them. Do I put them on things? Do I pour them directly into my mouth? Help.

Roasted Chickpeas with Sea Salt by The Good Bean – These were pretty cool. Roasted dried chickpeas end up being a pretty tasty snack! I love when snack food is small enough to feel like I’m constantly eating it. When it’s just a couple bites of something it is never as satisfying as a bag of tiny chickpeas that takes 10 minutes to eat.

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Choco Chews by TruJoy Sweets – These are vegan Tootsie Rolls. There’s not much more to say about them.

Almond Butter Cacao Truffle by Two Moms in the Raw – When I saw this picture I had no idea what I was looking at because I ate this thing so fast that I totally forgot it existed. Brian made me split it, and then he gave me his half because it is not the sort of truffle he imagined. It’s basically a ball of chopped nuts and cocoa and almond butter. Basically it was great, but it’s “bird food”.

Moringa Organic Tea by Miracle Tea – I’m not much of a hot tea drinker, so whenever I get a tea bag in a LWF box I put it aside for my dad who is an avid tea drinker. I added it to his box and I know he will love it.


 

Final Grade: A+ 

As usual, I am rating this box a delightful A+. I mean, it’s hard to be critical of delicious snacks.

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Cheers!

Jill

A self-proclaimed beauty junkie/hoarder with a serious Sephora problem. After years with Birchbox, she now has a subscription box problem as well. Her free time is a mixed combination of cats, TV, and finally trying to figure out how to do her hair.

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