Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Love With Food Deluxe Box April 2015 Review and Unboxing (Plus Free Box Offer!)

 While I'm no stranger to the regular $10 Love with Food Boxes, the deluxe boxes were totally new to me a few months ago. I found a groupon that allowed me to get a 3 month Deluxe Box Subscription for an insanely low price ($26 for all 3 months, and they're normally $20 per box!) This Groupon is still available, but only in certain areas so it's not easy to find on the site. (Use this link to go directly to the deal)
I think it's definitely worth it to jump on that Groupon deal. I've already purchased it again since my 3 month subscription is over. My fiance and I had such a great time snacking on everything in these boxes, and the Deluxe boxes give you more than enough goodies to share! I could not wait to dig into this month's box. You don't want to open this when you're hungry- trust me- you'll end up eating everything!

The Deets
Love with Food is a $10 a month (+$2 shipping) subscription box that features 8+ organic and/or all natural snacks delivered to you monthly. For every box sold, they donate a meal to a food bank in an effort to support the end of child hunger. I think it's an absolutely wonderful cause and makes me feel good about subscribing to them!
Love with Food also offers a Deluxe Box which is the one I will be reviewing this month. The deluxe boxes cost $19.95 per month (free shipping) and features 16-20 snacks. It seems like the deluxe boxes are double the amount you get in the regular box, plus a few extra goodies.
They also have a Gluten Free box available for anyone that might be interested!

Get a Free Box!
 Love with Food offers new subscribers their first box for free! (You just pay $2 shipping) and you can cancel at anytime with the quick click of a button on their site. If you want to try one out for yourself, you can do so by using THIS LINK.

This month's theme was "Starry Nights."
After a long winter, it's all about clear skies, bright stars and a little time to exhale. Celebrate the quiet moments. Take it to the porch or sneak a snack when everyone else is asleep. Each box purchased means a food bank donation. So when you're done nibbling, you can rest easy knowing you've helped. Keep Shining!
 
 PoppedCorners: Popped Corn Chips in "White Cheddar" and "Kettle"
I have seen these chips around before, although I can't remember where! They've always looked so yummy, so I was happy to see two different flavor here. I brought the white cheddar to work with me and wow- they are SO yummy! If you like white cheddar popcorn, these are an obvious must-have. I'm not huge on Kettle flavored things because I rarely like sweetness on things that I feel like should be savory. These have a light sweetness though, and it reminds me of those popcorn balls that they used to sell when I was a kid. I would definitely repurchase the white cheddar flavor- way too yummy!
 Vintage Italia: Pasta chips in "Garlic Olive Oil"
I cannot tell you how happy I am to see these in this box! My local grocery store carries these chips and I have been obsessed with them! I usually get the Alfredo and Marinara flavors and hadn't seen or tried this one yet. I think they taste exactly like freshly baked garlic bread. SO insanely good. So delicious in fact, I bought a pack of 30 small bags with my points on the Love With Food shop. In case you didn't know, you can review the box and the snacks included to get points that you can use to buy things in their shop, sort of like Birchbox points- but for delicious snacks!
 Liz Lovely: Chocolate Moose Dragon Cookie
There's a great coffee shop in my city called In-House Coffee, and they have had the Liz Lovely cookies since I started going there. I've tried a few varieties of them, but I have yet to try this flavor. These cookies are awesome because they somehow manage to be vegan AND delicious! I mean, these things are super decadent and have some pretty hefty calories, but if you are vegan and want a really delicious sweet snack, these cookies are great for that. Plus, they're HUGE- you can share them with someone and still be totally satisfied.

Ziyad: Wild Garden Hummus Snack Pack
I absolutely love Hummus, but I've never tried a hummus that didn't need to be refrigerated, so this is an interesting one for me! I love how this snack pack comes with chips and hummus in a little box- it makes it so easy to take along with me to work! I actually haven't tried this one yet because I'm on vacation from work and I want to save this to take with me as a snack on my break, but I'm really loving the portability of this and can't wait to see if I like it- definitely something I'd consider purchasing more of.

YumEarth: Sour Beans
These jelly beans are made with real fruit extracts, no artificial dyes or flavors, and are loaded with vitamin C. They might be the healthiest jelly beans you'll find! I didn't try these because I'm rarely in the mood for fruity or sour candies, but my fiance loves this kind of snack. He said they were very good, but not very sour. So if that's what's holding you back from trying these, go for them anyway!
 Mighty Leaf Tea: Green Tea Tropical
When I was a teenager, one of my first real important jobs was an assistant manager at a cafe that was in a local bookstore. I absolutely loved that job, and it just so happens that the tea we offered there was Mighty Leaf. I love that each tea bag looks and feels like it's made out of fancy organza. I'm not a tea drinker at all, but if I were, Might Leaf would probably be my favorite. Their teas are so pretty, and I've heard they're also quite delicious!
Luna Bar: Lemon Zest Mini
I've gotten mini Luna Bars in my Love With Food boxes before, so I kind of wish these weren't included again. It's not like they're bad or anything, but I would rather have something new. I'm also not a fan of Lemon Zest flavor desserts or energy bars etc, so I didn't try these. What I do know, is that when it comes to Luna Bars, I either find them delicious, or really gross. I like the mini's because I'm able to get different flavors and see if I like them before buying boxes of the larger ones. 
Walkers: Shortbread
I know I've seen these all over the place, and I've had so many people tell me they're delicious! I really love Shortbread cookies, and I have to say these are some of the best I've had. They are SUPER buttery though- it almost feels like eating a stick of butter at times, haha. They are really decadent and crumbly. I wouldn't say no to eating these again, but they are pretty rich and sweet which I'm not always in the mood for so I don't think I'd purchase these for myself again.
Back to Nature: Mini Chocolate Chunk Cookies
If you're wondering why these cookies were photographed all by themseslves: it's because I immediately started eating them while I was photographing everything, haha. I was so in the mood for a cookie and as soon as I saw them I busted them open. These cookies have Rainforest Alliance-certified chocolate chips, and no high fructose corn syrup. They taste like fancier, more delicious Chips Ahoy. Yes please!
Overall Thoughts
Again, I feel like I got more than my money's worth with the Love with Food Deluxe Box. $19.95 for a wide variety of snacks, and more than enough to share with my fiance! I love that there's always recognizable products mixed with new-to-me snacks as well. I rarely continue to purchase snack subscriptions long-term no matter how good they are, but now that my 3 month subscription is up, I've already purchased another 3 months through Groupon. I just can't live without this box!

Don't Forget!
If you're interested in trying Love with Food, you can get a free box (just pay $2 shipping) when you use THIS LINK.

If you'd rather go all-in, you can get the Groupon for a 3-Month Subscription of the Deluxe Box for only $26. (Boxes are usually $20 each so this is a great deal) Get the Groupon HERE.

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