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Degustabox: March

In my opinion, this month’s Degustabox was mostly about being healthy. Usually we have a ton of snack foods which this month’s box did not have. However, I was equally as impressed with all of the healthy foods included in this box. Inside this month’s box we had a box of Good Thins ($3.69/box), a bag of Mr.Thinster’s ($2.99/bag), a box of Tolerant Foods ($4.99/box), a box of Goya Quinoa Blend ($2.99/box), a box of Loacker cookies ($3.99/box), a box of Paul’s Quinoa ($7.49/box), a bottle of Energems ($6.99/bottle), a 7 days snack ($1.49/pack), a bag of Boboli pizza dough ($4.99/bag) and a can of Lemoncocco ($1.59/Can).  That is a total value of $36.21 which is $16.21 over the price of the subscription. Other than the Loacker cookies, Good Thins and  Energems, everything in this box was new to me. I was excited to try so many different brands (especially the Mrs.Thinster’s and the 7Days croissant). Although this wasn’t my favorite Degustabox, I was extremely excited to learn about some great new brands! These are things I would have never grabbed off of the shelves myself (which is the point of a subscription box, right?)! 

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*I RECEIVED THE PRODUCTS MENTIONED ABOVE FOR FREE IN RETURN FOR AN UNBIASED REVIEW. I ONLY REVIEW AND RECOMMEND PRODUCTS OR SERVICES THAT I HAVE USED PERSONALLY. I AM DISCLOSING THIS IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION’S 16 CFR, PART 255: “GUIDES CONCERNING THE USE OF ENDORSEMENTS AND TESTIMONIALS IN ADVERTISING”. THE OPINIONS EXPRESSED IN THIS POST ARE ENTIRELY MY OWN*

Kids BookCase.Club

BookCase.Club recently launched the new Kids BookCase.Club which is a monthly book subscription box filled with age appropriate children’s books. Subscriptions start at $9.99 a month, and come with at least 3 hand picked booked. Kids BookCase.Club offers boxes for newborn- 2 year olds, 2-4 year olds, and 5-6 year olds. They also allow you to pick a specific gender so your child gets books hand picked especially for them.  I received a 2-4 year old boy box. The box included a total of four books, as well as a cute little coloring sheet. These books included Chick ‘N’ Pug by Jennifer Sattler, The Adventurers by Rachel Elliot, I Didn’t Know That Sharks Keep Losing Their Teeth by  Flowerpot Press, and The The Secret of Spider Motel by Mel Gilden. The total approximate value of the books in this month’s box is $44. To me, that is well worth the $9.99 subscription cost! All four books were not only age appropriate, but they were books that we have never seen before. I am glad that  Kids BookCase.Club did not send us the usual “classic” children’s books. My daughter really enjoyed these books. I can’t wait to see what we recieve in next month’s box! 

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*I RECEIVED THE PRODUCTS MENTIONED ABOVE FOR FREE IN RETURN FOR AN UNBIASED REVIEW. I ONLY REVIEW AND RECOMMEND PRODUCTS OR SERVICES THAT I HAVE USED PERSONALLY. I AM DISCLOSING THIS IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION’S 16 CFR, PART 255: “GUIDES CONCERNING THE USE OF ENDORSEMENTS AND TESTIMONIALS IN ADVERTISING”. THE OPINIONS EXPRESSED IN THIS POST ARE ENTIRELY MY OWN*

Degustabox: February

This month’s Degustabox was short and sweet. We see some returning snacks, as well as a few new brands. This month’s box features Popchips Ridges ($1.59/bag), Grace Foods coconut chips ($2.99/bag), Walkers shortbread cookies ($4.49/box), Nando’s peri-peri sauce ($5.99/bottle), Slendier organic konjac pasta ($2.49/box), Ricola lozenges ($13.99/box), PR Bars ($2.07/bar), Jones soda ($1.79/bottle), and Green & Black’s pure dark chocolate ($3.49/bar). I was extremely familiar with the Ricola, Popchips, and Jones soda. The other items are fairly new to me. I have also seen the Nando’s peri-peri sauce in a previous Degustabox, so it was nice to see it make a reappearance. The Slendier organic konjac pasta was definitely the most interesting product in this month’s box. It is an Australian brand and is a great noodle/rice alternative for people wanting to lose weight or eat healthier. The noodles are already cooked and simply need to be warmed up. The Grace Foods coconut chips were also exciting. I ate them straight out of the bag, however I believe these would make a great topping to some chocolate ice cream! The PR Bar was pretty good. I liked that it was gluten free and offers some natural energy. I was not let down by this month’s box. My daughter has already claimed the  Popchips Ridges and Walkers shortbread cookies for herself!

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*I RECEIVED THE PRODUCTS MENTIONED ABOVE FOR FREE IN RETURN FOR AN UNBIASED REVIEW. I ONLY REVIEW AND RECOMMEND PRODUCTS OR SERVICES THAT I HAVE USED PERSONALLY. I AM DISCLOSING THIS IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION’S 16 CFR, PART 255: “GUIDES CONCERNING THE USE OF ENDORSEMENTS AND TESTIMONIALS IN ADVERTISING”. THE OPINIONS EXPRESSED IN THIS POST ARE ENTIRELY MY OWN*

Read Dog Books

Read Dog Books is an online subscription service that sends you hand-selected books each month. As a bookworm, this is my favorite kind of subscriptions! When I was signing up, Read Dog Books asked me to take a quick survey about my book choices. They asked me what my current favorite books are, what my  ideal reading experience is, my age, and my favorite genres. Read Dog Books then offered me three subscription plans which included a 1 month plan for $31.99, a 3 month plan for $86.97 a quarter ($28.99 Per Month), and a 12 month plan for $299.87 a year ($24.99 Per Month). My first Read Dog Books box came in and I was extremely eager to see what was on the inside!  Since each box includes a hand-selected book, bookish items, and thoughtful notes, I knew my box would be great! Of course it was absolutely perfect for me!  This month’s box included a paperback copy of The Invisible Wall written by  Harry Bernstein, peppermint tea, a delicate chocolate,  a welcome letter, a bookmark, and a notepad. The Invisible Wall written by  Harry Bernstein is a true story about when Bernstein was a young jewish boy and his older sister falls in love with a christian. I wouldn’t have normally selected this book, however after reading the excerpt I am extremely intrigued. What I love most about Read Dog Books is the fact that they have given me a book that I may have otherwise never heard of! Such a greta way to expand my collection!

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*I RECEIVED THE PRODUCTS MENTIONED ABOVE FOR FREE IN RETURN FOR AN UNBIASED REVIEW. I ONLY REVIEW AND RECOMMEND PRODUCTS OR SERVICES THAT I HAVE USED PERSONALLY. I AM DISCLOSING THIS IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION’S 16 CFR, PART 255: “GUIDES CONCERNING THE USE OF ENDORSEMENTS AND TESTIMONIALS IN ADVERTISING”. THE OPINIONS EXPRESSED IN THIS POST ARE ENTIRELY MY OWN*

Degustabox: January

I was super excited about the products inside this month’s Degustabox. Like I said last month, this subscription just keeps getting better and better! This month’s box has a value of $31.41 which is $11.41 more than the cost of the subscription. This month’s box featured a lot of brands that my family and I are extremely familiar with along with one or two new brands. Our products included Welch’s Fruit n’ Yogurt snacks ($2.99/box), Jolly Time Healthy Pop popcorn ($3.49/box), ALO Refresh ($1.99/bottle), McDonnells Korma ($2.99/pack), Prince of Peace Ginger Honey Crystals ($2.00/box), Go Organically fruit snacks ($3.99/box), Entenmann’s Little Bites Party Cakes ($4.69/box), Hungry Jack Pumpkin Spice ($3.99/box), Cello Whisps ($3.99/bag) and Live Smart Kids bar ($1.29/bar). This was one of my daughter’s favorite boxes to date. She loved the fruit snacks, especially the new Welch’s yogurt snacks. She also really loved the popcorn which was in a convenient sized serving bag. We buy the Little Bites and Hungry Jack  often, so it was nice to find  familiar products in the bag as well. The Cello Whisps were my favorite new find of this month. I tossed them into my salad as an easy topping, but also ate them straight out of the bag for a quick cheese snack. I look forward to trying the McDonnells Korma curry sauce as well! Again, I was not let down by Degustabox’s wonderful variety.

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*I RECEIVED THE PRODUCTS MENTIONED ABOVE FOR FREE IN RETURN FOR AN UNBIASED REVIEW. I ONLY REVIEW AND RECOMMEND PRODUCTS OR SERVICES THAT I HAVE USED PERSONALLY. I AM DISCLOSING THIS IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION’S 16 CFR, PART 255: “GUIDES CONCERNING THE USE OF ENDORSEMENTS AND TESTIMONIALS IN ADVERTISING”. THE OPINIONS EXPRESSED IN THIS POST ARE ENTIRELY MY OWN*

Whisk and Flour

I really love to bake, but I am definitely no Betty Crocker. This Whisk And Flour subscription box was made especially for people like me!   I couldn’t mess this up if I tried! It came with a recipe, as well as PRE-MEASURED ingredients! This month’s recipe was “Cherry Pistachio Biscotti” which is a crunchy oblong-shaped biscuit! Whisk And Flour provided all ingredients except for the butter and eggs, which obviously wouldn’t do well in a shipment. This “Cherry Pistachio Biscotti” recipe came with baking powder, salt, lemon peel, sugar, flour, chopped pistachios, and dried cherries. Although everything was pre-measured, the recipe card listed the exact amount of each ingredients needed so that I can recreate this recipe again later if I like it. All I had to do was follow the step-by-step instructions using my pre-packaged ingredients and BAM! I had to much fun making this with my daughter because I didn’t have to focus on measuring, or cleaning a ton of bowls and cups! I was able to focus on simply mixing and baking! This subscription box is absolutely perfect for our family, and I can’t wait to see what we can make next month!

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Cookie Luv

Cookie Luv is officially one of my favorite subscription boxes. Each month, Cookie Luv sends out a box of featured homemade cookies made with premium ingredients. These cookies can only be found in a good bakery and are not usually sold online! For $32.99 a month, plus $6 shipping you could get these yummy cookies sent straight to your door! You can even prepay and recieve a 10% discount with their “set it and forget it” style subscription. I got the chance to try their chocolate hazelnut bites which is their upcoming January cookie.  It is a chocolate cookie coated in toasted hazelnuts and it is filled with caramel and chocolate ganache. This cookie literally melted in my mouth! It was so soft and the caramel in the middle was amazing. I really loved how each cookie was individually packaged. This made it much easier to share with my friends. We are all able to simply grab a pre-packaged bag and go! This box would be amazing to send to friends as a birthday present, anniversary gift, or just a nice surprise. I can’t wait to test out the rest of their 2017 featured cookie lineup!
The spring 2017 cookie lineup:
  • January: Chocolate Hazelnut Bites (chocolate cookie coated in toasted, chopped hazelnuts and filled with creamy caramel and rich chocolate ganache)
  • February: Linzer Tarts (Raspberry jam sandwiched between two blissful, crumbly, almonds cookies)
  • March: Rainbow Cookies (colorful cake-like cookie made with layers of real marzipan and raspberry jam, all coated with premium chocolate)
  • April: Lemon Sandwich Cookie (perfect bite-size sandwich cookies give a pop of intense lemon flavor balanced by two sublime buttery cookies)
  • May: Almond Fingers (revel in crunchy bits of almond as you bite into this addictive cookie dipped in luscious chocolate)

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*I RECEIVED THE PRODUCTS MENTIONED ABOVE FOR FREE IN RETURN FOR AN UNBIASED REVIEW. I ONLY REVIEW AND RECOMMEND PRODUCTS OR SERVICES THAT I HAVE USED PERSONALLY. I AM DISCLOSING THIS IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION’S 16 CFR, PART 255: “GUIDES CONCERNING THE USE OF ENDORSEMENTS AND TESTIMONIALS IN ADVERTISING”. THE OPINIONS EXPRESSED IN THIS POST ARE ENTIRELY MY OWN*

Funplugit

I am always open to trying new things with my family, and Funplugit it brings those fun things straight to my door. Each month, Funplugit delivers boxes filled with family bonding crafts. The point of Funplugit is to put away (or unplug) all technology and have fun family bonding without any distractions! This month’s box featured everything we needed to make homemade bird feeders. Funplugit provided all of the needed supplies (cones, peanut butter, seeds, plastic knife, etc.) besides the scissors. Since my daughter is only two, I was really glad that they provided photo instructions as well as written instructions. To make our bird feeders all we had to do was cover the cones in peanut butter, roll them in seeds, and stick them outside on a tree. The craft was very easy to complete, but was a lot of fun for my daughter. She really enjoyed being able to create her feeder all on her own. I am truly a fan of what Funplugit stands for. I was able to have one hour of uninterrupted quality time with my daughter which isn’t something we get to do often. I can’t wait to start my actual subscription and see what other crafts we will be able to do!

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*I RECEIVED THE PRODUCTS MENTIONED ABOVE FOR FREE IN RETURN FOR AN UNBIASED REVIEW. I ONLY REVIEW AND RECOMMEND PRODUCTS OR SERVICES THAT I HAVE USED PERSONALLY. I AM DISCLOSING THIS IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION’S 16 CFR, PART 255: “GUIDES CONCERNING THE USE OF ENDORSEMENTS AND TESTIMONIALS IN ADVERTISING”. THE OPINIONS EXPRESSED IN THIS POST ARE ENTIRELY MY OWN*

Degustabox:December

I am so excited about this month’s Degustabox! I feel like these boxes just keep getting better and better! This month’s box was filled with more brands that I eat on a regular basis. I received Pillsbury Purely Simple Cupcake & Cake Mix ($3.29/box),  Pillsbury Purely Simple frosting mix ($1.99/bag), Kala Beans ($3.99/bag), Honey Acres ($20/100 pack), Chips Ahoy THINS ($3.79/box), Smucher Fruit & Honey spread ($3.49/jar), Urbane Grain ($2.99/ container), Ricola Herbal Immunity ($13.99/box), Good Thins ($3.69/box), Loacker Gran Patisserie ($3.05/box), and Wise popcorn ($3.49/bag). Although I was extremely familiar with the brands included in the box, the products themselves were new to me. For example, I eat Pillsbury often, however I have never seen the Purely Simple line! This line includes no artificial coloring, preservatives, or flavors and offers a nice homemade taste. I can’t wait to try those out! I also faithfully keep Chips Ahoy cookies in our home, but have never tried their Thins. I was super excited to see that these were cinnamon sugar flavor because I love everything cinnamon! My daughter was happy to find the Wise popcorn in our box because she is OBSESSED with popcorn. The white cheddar flavor was awesome and I had to stop her from eating the entire bag! I think the thing I am MOST excited to try from this box, would be the Smucher Fruit & Honey spread. I received the Strawberry Jalapeno flavor which I thought would be an interesting mix. I tasted a bit on a spoon and I love it! I can’t wait to pair this with some of my favorite snacks! This month’s box has a value of $43.76 which is $23.76 more than the subscription cost! I am super eager to see how Degustabox tops this next month!

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*I RECEIVED THE PRODUCTS MENTIONED ABOVE FOR FREE IN RETURN FOR AN UNBIASED REVIEW. I ONLY REVIEW AND RECOMMEND PRODUCTS OR SERVICES THAT I HAVE USED PERSONALLY. I AM DISCLOSING THIS IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION’S 16 CFR, PART 255: “GUIDES CONCERNING THE USE OF ENDORSEMENTS AND TESTIMONIALS IN ADVERTISING”. THE OPINIONS EXPRESSED IN THIS POST ARE ENTIRELY MY OWN*

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