Who doesn’t love a good snack? If it wasn’t so unhealthy, I could live on snack foods alone! As much as I love snacking, I love it even more when the snacks I buy help others in need. Love with Food is an awesome subscription service that not only satisfies your craving for snack foods, but also helps feed others in need. I got to try out all three of their boxes and let me tell you, they don’t hold back on the yumminess! Even better, the snacks are typically organic and all-natural so you don’t have to feel so guilty about digging in.
Love with Food: A Tale of Three Snack Boxes
First, huge thanks to Love with Food for sending me all three of their snack boxes. It was so much fun to open them up and discover the tasty treats in each one. Let’s check them out and talk more about how Love with Food gives back.
The Tasting Box: For When You Just Need a Little Taste
The Tasting Box is the smallest of the trio. It comes with a smaller sampling of the delicious organic snacks you’ll find in the bigger boxes. Open the bright red box and you’ll find around 8 yummy surprises. My mom really loved the Lemon Wafer Bites, while I couldn’t wait to unwrap those little taffies. They’re Peppermint Salt Water Taffy by Salty Road and really quite unique. I also loved the Almond Roca Buttercrunch Toffee with Almonds by Brown & Haley. I could eat those all day!
This box starts ranges from $7.99 for an annual plan to $9.99 for a one-time purchase. For every box purchased, Love with Food donates one meal to hungry children in America. All snacks are either organic or all-natural and free of artificial stuff.
The Deluxe Box: For Extreme Tasters
My personal favorite, the Deluxe Box, is packed with 16-20 tasty snacks. Those Naan Crisps from Stonefire are absolutely perfect for dipping into hummus. My mom was happy to find more of the Lemon Wafers, while I’m absolutely addicted to the Enlightened Broad Bean crisps. SOOOO good. I need to find a place near me that sells big bags. With all the goodness in this box, there was plenty to go around.
The Deluxe Box starts at $16.50 and donates 2 meals to hungry children.
For those with celiac disease (or those who just like to avoid gluten for personal reasons), Love with Food offers a great Gluten-Free option. You’ll find 10-12 items that aren’t just gluten-free, but also mostly dairy free too. This box isn’t just about the snacks, either. I scored a full bag of Orzo, which is pretty cool because I’ve never tried it before. It seems like it would go good in soup?
I also got a box of gluten-free organic Mac & Cheese to try out. The Gluten-Free Box starts at $19.99 a month and donates 2 meals to hungry children.
All three boxes come in a fun red box with a message that lets you know you’ve helped make a difference. If you don’t have issues with gluten, I highly suggest the Deluxe Box. You get the most bang for your buck there. The Tasting Box is a good option if you want to try out the subscription service before really diving it. Check out their video to learn more:
Bottom line: if you love snacks and helping others, you can’t go wrong with Love with Food. I had so much fun trying out new things. I’m such a picky eater that subscription snack boxes are really the only way I ever try anything new. I’m not about to spend money on a big bag of something only to find out I don’t like it. I’ve discovered some new favorites throughout the three boxes though! Check out their blog for cool recipes that you can make with the snacks!