This month’s Love With Food box was ridiculously stuffed with snacks this month. I don’t know how they could possibly fit this many snacks into one box (seriously, I could not get the box to close after photographing it).

LOVE WITH FOOD

Price: $7.95/month

Box Type: Monthly snack boxes featuring 8-10 awesome snacks. Choose from the Tasting Box, Gluten-Free Box, or the gigantic Deluxe Box.

Why you’ll love it: What’s not to love about a box of snacks that arrives at your doorstep every month? Not only are the snacks good, but Love With Food donates a meal to a hungry child for every box sold. Plus, if you take like 3 minutes and rate the snacks you’ve received, you will earn cash to buy snacks on their website!

How to sign up: Click here and save 50% on your first box!

Check out this insane bounty:


Now that’s one attractive snack box (how you doin’, LWF?)

Dolcetto Petites Cookies & Cream Wafer Bites – Obviously the first thing I did was dig out all the chocolate items in the box. I’m like a drug-sniffing dog, chocolate being my drug of choice (I need help). This 100 calorie pack of chocolate creamy goodness is way too small for my giant chocolate appetite, but it’ll do for now.

Mandy’s Rich Chocolate Cookie Thins – Chocolate Item #2 is only 90 calories, and thus even smaller than Chocolate Item #1, but when both are eaten in (rapid) succession they make a pretty solid chocolate snack.

MadeGood Chocolate Banana Granola Bar – I love bananas and I love granola, but I love them waaaaaaaay more when they are covered in chocolate. The wrapper says “with vegetables” and I am super confused about how they managed to sneak “spinach, broccoli, carrots, tomatoes, beets, and shiitake mushrooms” into my granola bar without me knowing. I’m not gonna lie, I feel a little betrayed.

Bakery on Main Maple Multigrain Muffin Instant Oatmeal – I freaking LOVE oatmeal. Savory oatmeal is my jam, but I will eat whatever kind of oatmeal is thrown at me and consequently enjoy it immensely. Maple muffin sounds delicious and I will enjoy the hell out of it.

Lance Gluten Free Peanut Butter Sandwich Crackers – Let’s be real, when I read “gluten free” on a label I am 100% guaranteed to enjoy it less than something with delicious, delicious gluten in it. EXCEPT FOR THESE. I did not read the label at all before popping them into my mouth, and I had NO IDEA they were gluten free until just now when I saw the picture. They’re seriously good.

Route 11 Dill Pickle Potato Chips – Soooooo good. They’re like salt and vinegar chips, but less aggressive and more pleasant. Potato chips are among the best snack foods of all time, regardless of your age. I am so on board with these chips.

La Panzanella All Natural Multigrain Croccantini – Light, crispy, crunchy, and perfect with some charcuterie (or just by themselves, really). I always think these crackers are going to be boring but am always pleasantly surprised by how good these are.

Organic Apple Harvest Crunch Dried Snacks – I have Strong Feelings about dried apples eaten directly out of a bag, which I’ve expressed several times on this blog. My opinions haven’t changed, but I did realize I could just put these in oatmeal and everything would be fine. OR I could dip them directly into the next item…

WOWBUTTER Soy Butter – No peanuts or nuts of any kind, so this is safe for people with nut allergies. It’s made of soy and apparently tastes just like peanut butter. I have a lot of love for peanut butter, but not a lot of love for the calories it contains, so I am very curious about how this tastes. I’m actually surprised I haven’t eaten it directly from the package yet.


Final Rating; A (obviously)

Love With Food never disappoints. Plus there were 3 chocolate items, a bag of peanut butter crackers, and dill pickle chips. No complaints here!

Want to try Love With Food and have a box stuffed with delicious snacks delivered to you every month? Click here and save 50% on your first box!

Bon appetit!

Jill

I bought this box, all opinions are my own.
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A foodie, travel junkie, and reality TV aficionado who derives an unnerving amount of joy from dressing her giant dog in ridiculous costumes.

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