And it looks like I hit the jackpot!
Not only did this month’s Love with Food box include TEN appetizing goodies, but, also a tote/grocery bag with a Love with Food Logo on it. Yay! And all of this fit into the one box. Amazing.
The first thing I noticed in this box was the sweet potato chips from Food Should Taste Good. I’ve seen these in my grocery store and I’ve been eyeing them, and I’m glad that I have the opportunity to try them. (Interestingly, this is the one item that isn’t on the product card or listed on the website as part of this month’s box, but it is shown in the photograph.)
Then I saw this cute marshmallow called a MaddyMelt from Madyson’s Marshmallows. It is round and flat, and created to fit atop a mug of hot chocolate perfectly. I can’t wait to try this with the All Natural Drinking Chcoolate from Les Confitures a l’Ancienne, also in this month’s box.
The snow Angell bar is tasty, but, I found it a bit too sweet for my liking. I think if I were selecting the items for this box, I would have gone with the “Dark Angell” candy bar. But I get why the Snow Angell was chosen, since this is the Christmas box. I do like that there are oats in this candy bar – a little bit different, and it makes the filling in this bar a little less sweet than “nougat” in commercially manufactured candy bars.
There’s also an Excellence 70% chocolate diamond from Lindt, and a chocolate dipped Madeleine cookie from Donsaemor.
Another cookie in this month’s box seemed perfect for the season: Molasses Spice Cookies from Grep Ghost Bakery. Another perfect season choice is a package of Peppermints from St. Claire’s Organics.
The peppermints are nice and minty. Sweet but not too sweet. I found them to be a soothing remedy for after something spicy, not just did it calm my breath but also my tummy.
And rounding out the box with some savory selections are the Natural Crispbread Crackers from 34 Degrees and a package of Spinach Dip Mix from Dessert Gardens.
See what I mean? Wowza! What a box!