The Theme of January’s love with food box is “Live. Laugh. Restore.”  What does 2015 have in store? All good thing! While now’s the time for New Year’s resolutions and looking forward, give yourself a little love for what you’ve already achieved. With the purchase of this box, you helped to feed a hungry child. If that’s not a great way to start off the New Year, we’re not sure what is!


Dark Chocolate Cacao Nibs by Britt
Straight from the Costa Rican rainforest, pop a few at a time and these bittersweet little babies will get you fired up for a fresh start!

I actually found these to be too sweet, even if only eating one at at time.

Chocolate Dipped Coconut Mini by Luna
Looking for a little bar to get you through your big workout? Packed with  all the right stuff to keep you going, you’ll go (coco)nuts for this one!

Was not a fan. Not very flavorful.

Energy Kettle Cooked Apples by Big Slice
A simply delectable way to get your 5-a-day, eat a pouch on your way to yoga and say bye bye to those extra holiday lbs.

As of writing, still hadn’t tried these.

Somersaults by Somersault Snack Company
If seeds and grains are your new thing, you’ll go head over heels for these tasty morsels.

These were a bit too peppery for my liking, but otherwise they were really good, kind of reminded me of croutons but with seeds and grains mixed in.

Breakfast in Paris Tea Black by Stash
Ideal for that sleepy Sunday morning, steep yourself a warm cup with notes of lavender and bergamot and melt into your comfy couch.

As of writing, still had no tried this.

Cassava Pops by Wai Lana
At only 100 calories per bag, these popped-not friend or baked-pips offer all the flavor of typical chips with a fraction of the fat.

A little bit too salty but otherwise good – I enjoy the popped more than fried lately.

Velvet Truffles by Alter Eco
Made with pure Peruvian chocolate, this sweet little treat is 99.97% organic, 81% fair trade certified ingredients and 100% to die for!

Can’t go wrong with a truffle! very good!

In-Shell Almonds by Bobalu
Move over pistachios, in-shell almonds are taking over your game! Crunchy, fun and fill of protein, looks like someone’s got a makeover for 2015.

I love pistachios because they’re so easy to open, but almonds are probably my favorite nut.  However, these in-shell almonds, while they tasted great, were a HUGE mess to get the almond out to eat it – way messier than pistachios. So I think I’ll stick to already shelled almonds and shelling pistachios only so I don’t have a mess of shell everywhere!



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