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Love With Food Review – Deluxe Size

Love with Food is a monthly snack subscription box that comes in either Tasting or Deluxe sizes. The Tasting size gives you 8-10 snacks and costs $9.99 per box ($7.99 with an annual plan). The Deluxe size gives you 16-20 snacks and costs $19.95 per box ($16.50 with an annual plan). There is also an option for a Gluten-Free box. I’ve tried Love with Food in the past, but ended up cancelling my subscription due to the cost. I usually just wait around until they send me a discount promo code : )

If you want to try Love With Food, use this link to get 50% off your first box (only $5 a box)!


The March 2016 box was supposed to represent the theme “Love is Real.” No idea if that was accomplished…but I was pleasantly surprised by many of the snacks and the sizes included.


Here’s what came in my first Deluxe box:


Bacon’s Heir Pork Clouds (Malabar Black Pepper and Rosemary & Sea Salt) – To be honest, these were gross. I usually peel the skin off any meat I eat, so I had a feeling I wasn’t going to enjoy these. I was right.


Lundberg Family Farms Rice Chips – I’ve been putting off trying these because of the “sriracha” flavor. I’m hoping they’re not too spicy for me!

Mini Me’s Milk Chocolate Organic Rice Bites – Hmm, I first tried these and thought I didn’t like them…but over the course of a few days I finished the bag. The rice cake was bland and kind of soft, but the chocolate was delicious.


Wellabys Classic Cheese Cheese-ups – Vaguely reminiscent of Cheese-Its, with a more mild cheddar flavor. Not bad, but not something I’d buy.

SmashPack Orange Peach Fruit & Protein Pack – This is a type of snack that has no appeal for me. I don’t use any protein products, but I’m sure it’d be a great inclusion for athletes/fitness devotees that are looking to try something new.


Enlightened Roasted Broad Beans – These beans were crunchy and salty. I probably wouldn’t buy them, but they were a decent snack to try.

Stonefire Naan Crisps – These are pretty straightforward crackers, but they have a slightly unique flavor since they’re made from naan.


Sensible Foods Apple Harvest Crunch Dried Fruit – I’ve tried a few different varieties of dried apples, but never enjoyed them so this snack will be gifted to a friend.

Sensible Foods Edamame Crunch – Dried edamame seems to pop up often in Love With Food boxes. Unfortunately I much prefer fresh edamame to the dried/crunchy version.


Horizon Organic Fruit Snacks – My first reaction was, “Cow-shaped! How adorable!” They tasted sweet with a strong strawberry flavor. They were extremely sticky, to the point of become hard to chew, though.

Dolcetto Lemon Wafer Bites – I’m not a fan of lemon flavored anything, so I was expecting to hate these. They absolutely surprised me! The wafer was light and crispy and filled with a delicious cream that had just a hint of lemon.

Barney Butter Almond Butter Snack Pack – I was thrilled to find this since almond butter is extremely expensive and I’ve always been afraid to buy a whole jar just to try it. I’m waiting for the perfect opportunity to eat this…maybe when I run out of peanut butter?

Brown & Haley Almond Roca ButterCrunch Toffee – A decent size piece of candy. It was pure toffee with a chocolate coating and quite delicious.

Have you tried Love with Food or any other snack subscription boxes? Which subscription box is your favorite?


  • Reply
    May 5, 2016 at 10:25 am

    I love food so that subscription box looked pretty appetizing to me. I’ve also been contemplating purchasing the “Try the World” subscription box.

    • Reply
      May 5, 2016 at 12:42 pm

      Try the World has caught my eye as well. It’s more expensive so I’m a bit hesitant, but I’m sure I’ll give it a shot soon.

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