I’ll just go ahead and admit it. I’m kinda, sorta, slightly addicted to subscription boxes. Not to the point that my entire income supports said addiction, but there was a point in time that I was subscribed to four different boxes at once. I know. Four. There are some people out there that get a different box each day of the month, so really, four is nothing in comparison. However, I just couldn’t justify it. Nature Box, however, is one of those lucky boxes in which I decided to subscribe.
Armed with a 50% discount on my first Nature Box, thanks to Pop Sugar Must Have, and my love for subscription boxes, I signed up right away to receive awesome healthy, wholesome snack foods right at my door! And indeed they were! The first box they curate for you, with a variety of snack foods to try, and they even included a bonus snack, which was exciting! After your first box, you can choose what comes in your box from there on out, via their website. This is actually my third and most recent box.
What I received in my box this month:
Firecrackers: Spicy rice crackers
These were good. Nothing spectacular, but not bad either. I will say that I have finished the entire bag, granted I received them over a week ago. They were great to have in my purse as a snack at work. I will say that there was nothing “spicy” about them. I rarely enjoy spicy foods, in fact, I generally avoid it if it says spicy on the label, but these were not spicy at all. The entire bag was only 105 calories, and it took me four different attempts to snack on these before I finished the bag off, which means only 26 calories per snacking!
Far East Rice Crackers
The next snack in my box was similar to the first snack. These differed in that they contained dried peas, and the rice crackers were seasoned a bit differently as well as coming in multiple shapes. This entire bag contained only 140 calories! In comparison to the last snack, I did like these better as the different shapes seemed to have a different texture.
Lemon Tea Biscuits
I love tea, so I love these little biscuits I can snack on with my morning tea! I received these in a previous box, and I liked them so much, I ordered them again! However, I would like to note that the lemon flavor is quite subtle, so if you’re looking for something zesty, this is not it.
Granny Smith Apples
These are dried apple slices. And that’s literally the only ingredient, but it’s an awesome twist on eating our daily serving of fruit. The first one I ate was strange, but I quickly became addicted and have ordered them in every other box so far.
French Vanilla Almond Granola
Let me just say, nom. That about sums this granola up. Nomtastic. Seriously though, hands down the best granola I’ve ever had. And it’s an awesome addition to yogurt, or to just eat as a cereal in the morning.
That wraps it up for the items I received this week in my Nature Box. If you’re interested in getting Nature Box for yourself or for a friend, here are some details!
It’s $19.99 a month for 5 snacks to be delivered to your door. For $5.00 off your first Nature Box, use the code REFER25. Nature Box contains NO high fructose corn syrup, NO partially hydrogenated oils, NO artificial sweeteners, NO artificial flavors, NO artificial colors, and 0g trans fats!
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Disclaimer: These are my own views, and in no way was I contacted by Nature Box to review their products.
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