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?


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

    1. 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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