Love with Food – March Box

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Another month, another Love with Food box.  Each month I get a box of snacks and for every box sold, a meal is donated to a food bank such as the Feeding America Network and Share Our Strength – No Kid Hungry.If you’d like to sign up – please consider using my affiliate link – https://lovewithfood.com/?ref=ADW

Cassava Chips by Wai Lana
Made in Hawaii from nutrient-rich cassava, these gluten-free, non-GMO chips contain 30% less fat than regular potato chips.
These smelled so bad I was hesitant to try them. They were salt and vinegar and the vinegar was far too over powering. Took one bite and tossed the rest in the trash.  Couldn’t do it.
Shortbread Fingers by Walkers
A Scottish tradition since 1898, Walker’s still uses the same family recipe and just 4 simple, all-natural ingredients.
Shortbread has to be one of my favorites and I’ve never met a shortbread cookie I didn’t like. This is no exception. Excellent!
Earl Grey Tea by Taylors of Harrogate
An English classic from Taylors, an official supplier to the British royal household
Earl Grey is one of my favorites and this did not disappoint!

Chai Spice Macaroons by Emmy’s Organics
An American classic gets a makeover with organic ingredients and Indian chai spices including cinnamon, ginger, cardamom and clove.
I’m not a macaroon fan, but my parents tried these and gave them two thumbs up.
Lollipops by Pierrot Gourmand
These all-natural lollipops, adored by generations of French children, are the perfect little indulgence for any time of day
This lollipop was excellent! It was banana flavored and tasted just like the real thing. Would definitely want to try more of these!
Taco & Burrito Seasoning by Desert Gardens
Head south of the border and put some kick into your tacos, burritos or nachos with this all-natural spice blend.
We made some nachos with this seasoning. Two big thumbs up.

Pasta Chips by Vintage Italia
Pasta, meet snack time: fresh semolina dough is baked to the perfect crunch with traditional Italian seasonings.
These tasted more like eating pizza chips than pasta, but definitely very good and something I’d consider having again.
Ginger Chews by Chimes
The uniquely intense ginger grown in the shadow of Mt. Bromo, Indonesia, gives these candies their signature kick.
These were a bit too much for me, but if you are a fan of ginger you’ll love it. The “signature kick” I think was what did me in.

 

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