Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Review: Nature Box

I briefly went over Nature Box in one of my previous blog posts, but this time around I'm going to do a more in depth review on one of my recent Nature Box packages. Nature Box is a U.S. based, monthly subscription service that delivers tasty, nutritionist approved snacks right to your front door.

My favorite thing about these snacks are the minimal amount of ingredients that are used. Most of my Nature Box snacks have very few ingredients. I also enjoy the fact that there aren't any added sweeteners, flavors, or color to these snacks. You don't have to feel guilty when eating these snacks or feeding them to your friends and family, and that's a great thing, and truly a piece of mind.

Another added bonus about this product is that it's made by a company that truly gives back. While recently visiting their website, I learned that for every box that they deliver, they vow to donate one meal through Feeding America. It's refreshing to see a company giveback, and it's all the more reason to support this company and sign up for their monthly subscription service.

When it comes to choosing your snacks, the Nature Box website provides you with a long list of all of the snacks that they offer, and they're always adding new snacks that tend to go with the particular season. For the most part, every single snack looks delicious, so it's almost easier to just let them surprise you (I'm very indecisive). I've been getting a Nature Box for 4 months now, and there has only been one snack that I didn't too much care for, and that's just a personal taste big deal! On the other hand, if there is a snack I don't like, the little girl that I babysit will probably love it! She hasn't had a snack from Nature Box that she didn't like yet. No matter what, these snacks never go to waste in my household.
There are a few options to choose from when signing up for Nature Box. I provided a screenshot of all of your options, but the most popular choice is most likely going to be the $19.95 month-to-month plan, which includes 5 full-sized packages of yummy snacks.

Here is a little peek into the snacks that I received this month.

Peanut Butter Nom Noms -- These peanut buttery, oatmeal cookies are so tasty! For some reason, I was actually surprised with how much flavor they had. The honey really brings this cookie together, and gives it the prefect chewy consistency. When I read the ingredients of this cookie, I was a little nervous about the dark chocolate chip flavored chips, but I'm happy to say that it really tastes almost exactly like dark chocolate. You get 6 cookies in a bag, and I love having one for breakfast, because it's a filling little cookie.

Ingredients: Rolled Oats, Almonds, Peanut Butter (roasted peanuts, dextrose, palm oil, salt). For added freshness (grape juice, and rice dextrin), Honey, Sugar, Canola Oil, Dark Chocolate Flavored Chips (sugar, vegetable fat [palm, palm kernel], cocoa processed with alkali, dry buttermilk, soy lecithin, [an emulsifier], natural flavors), Egg Whites, Unsweetened Coconut, Brown Rice Syrup, Vanilla Extract, Pumpkin Seeds, Cinnamon, Natural Flavor, Salt.

Apple Pie Figgy Bars -- These are better than any granola bar out there! I love everything about this snack.. the taste, the texture, the serving size... everything! The granola bar itself is slight chewy and crumbly at the same time. The flavor is delicious and it really has a homemade taste to it, something you can't find in any store bought granola bar. The fruit filling is just as good, if not better, than the granola bar, and it has that true apple pie taste! *Sorry! I wasn't able to save the package to copy the ingredient list off of it. I will probably be ordering these again, so I will have to remember to get a copy of them next time.*

If you're interested in trying Nature Box for yourself, you can click the banner below to sign up.

This is not a sponsored blog post. This is a personal blog post written and edited by me, and all opinions are 100% my own.

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