The theme of this month’s box was “Starry Night”. After a long winter, it’s all about clear skies, bright stars and a little time to exhale. Celebrate the quite moments. Take it to the porch or sneak a snack when everyone else is asleep.
Shortbread by Walkers
Since 1898, these Scottish classics have been the bright spot of high tea. Paired with a cup of chamomile, they’re also an ideal bedtime ritual.
I think these have been in a box before – but that’s ok with me because they are one of my favorite things! I had to eat these first and loved every minute of it.
Garlic Olive Oil Pasta Chips by Vintage Italia
60% less fat than regular chips – made with olive oil, garlic and semolina flour, one night of munching is destined to start a lasting relationship.
As of writing I’ve not yet tried these.
Green Tea Tropical By Mighty Tea Leaf
Green tea has been said to improve brain function and fight the aging process. Low in caffeine and high in fruit-forward flavor, we say, “Pinkies up!”
Always a fan of green tea!
Sour Beans by Yumearth
Real fruit extracts, no artificial dyes or flavors and one serving of these organic jelly beans packs 100% RDA of vitamin C. Talk about sweet dreams!
My brother tried these and said that “they tasted like they were good for you”, take that to mean what you will. (He did eat the whole package)
Lemon Zest Mini by Luna
If every night ended with this bar our days would be a whole lot healthier. High in calcium, folic acid and protein – move over more milk and cookies!
This was very weak in flavor, but was nice for a snack when I got home from work without being too many calories.
Mini Chocolate Chunk Cookies by Back to Nature
Rainforest alliance certified chocolate chips, no high fructose corn syrup and fresh baked flavor make these tiny cookies stand out among the stars.
These were SO GOOD! My only complaint is that there were only about 5 in the bag 🙁
Wild Garden Hummus Snack Pack by Ziyad
Be careful not to wake the neighbors! This wholesome combo of flavorful hummus and protein packed quinoa crackers delivers quite a crunch.
At the time of writing I haven’t tried this yet either.