That subscription box of treats looks pretty packed, right? Here’s what’s in it (prepare to have your mind blown):
Purely Elizabeth Granola, Pumpkin Fig: I had this granola straight-up as a cereal with soy milk. It’s gluten-free, vegan, organic, and non-GMO – and delicious. Purely Elizabeth has whetted my pumpkin spice appetite for fall.
Kutoa Nutrition Bar, Cherry Cashew: In addition to being non-GMO, gluten-free, and vegan, these are altruistic bars. For every Kutoa bar you buy, the company feeds a hungry child. And these are also really tasty, a good morning or afternoon snack on the go.
Don’t Go Nuts Dips, Chocolate: If you or a loved one has a nut allergy and can’t indulge in Nutella, this is your solution. The Don’t Go Nuts dips are peanut-free, tree nut-free, non-GMO, organic, gluten-free, and dairy-free, and they are GOOD. I ate mine on whole grain crackers, but this chocolate dip would taste great on an apple as well.
Runa Energy Tea, Orange Passion: Red Bull may give you wings, but when I drink it, my wings are quickly clipped, and I come plummeting to the ground. That’s not the case with Runa Energy Drinks. They’ve got the right mix of caffeine to kick me into gear when I’ve hit a mid-day slump.
Balance Nutrition Bars, Sweet & Spicy Nut: Balance bare bars are non-GMO, gluten-free, and soy-free, and they’re made with whole foods like nuts and fruit. The Sweet & Spicy Nut bare bare had a kick to it – the kind of kick that made it more savory than sweet. Very tasty.
Love Grown Foods Cereal Power O’s, Original: Not like I’ve been looking for a Cheerios substitute, but if I was, this would be it. The Love Grown Foods Power O’s are made with beans and lentils and packed with protein and fiber. If that sounds gross, trust me that when I say these were delicious eaten with soy milk, I mean it.
Yummy Health Protein Chips, Cheddar: You have no idea how much I wanted to love these gluten-free, low-carb chips made from 99% cheese. But I just couldn’t get into them; they tasted a little flat.
Trophy Nut Almonds: Almonds. Plain, simple, and roasted to perfection, with a dash of sea salt for flavor. You can’t get much better than that for a basic, healthy snack.
MRM Veggie Elite Protein, Vanilla Bean: Admittedly, I haven’t tried this yet. The stats look good: plant-based, soy-free, GMO-free, gluten-free, and allergen-free. It’s supposed to rival whey protein, so I’ll tuck it into my shaker bottle soon.
And the bonus! On the card that Fit Snack includes with every box, there’s always a workout. Because we all need time to prep for next month, Fit Snack’s August workout is a yoga workout, perfect for National Yoga Month (September). Are you getting your asanas on?
Once again, I highly recommend Fit Snack box – if you’re trying to eat healthier and looking for new snacks to try without committing to a whole box of bars or packs of goodies, it’s the best way ever to try something new. And for less than $25 month? It’s a steal!