August’s Fit Snack box was packed full of healthy, satisfying goodies. I was excited when I opened my box up because I knew I could enjoy a lot of the treats, even with my allergies. The summer is winding down and fall is near. Fit Snack should be on everyone’s back-to-school shopping list. What a great investment for your kids health. By giving your child healthy snacks now, you will be setting them up for a healthy future. Any of these snacks would make fulfilling, healthy treats in your child’s lunch box. Plus, what kid wouldn’t like getting an awesome box in the mail every month? The anticipation alone should encourage them to eat the contents in each box, each month.
Purely Elizabeth Granola: Finally a a granola I could eat! Purely Elizabeth Granola is amazing! The pumpkin fig flavor was in my box and I just wish it was in a bigger bag. I could not eat it up fast enough. I ate half dry and the other half with milk. I am one of those obsessed with anything pumpkin people. This will be a fall/winter staple in my house, for sure. My husband even liked it and he hates pumpkin flavored foods.
Kutoa Nutrition Bar: I wasn’t able to eat this bar but I do love that for every bar you buy, Kutoa feeds a hungry child. I would love to try the chocolate espresso bar, that one sounds delicious.
Don’t Go Nuts Dips: I’m excited to try this peanut-free dip! I am saving it for our road trip in the fall to give to the baby as a snack. I love travel size nut-free spreads, perfectly proportioned.
Runa Energy Tea: I like the concept of clean energy drinks that aren’t bad for you, but this one did not taste good. I honestly couldn’t even finish the can. I had the orange flavor, maybe the other flavors are better.
Morning Sunshine Cookie: I was excited to eat this cookie until my husband read the ingredients more carefully and realized there were nuts in it. The company put allergen information on the back and said it was processed in a facility with nuts (fine by me) but didn’t put in bold that there were nuts in it. Usually, if there is allergen information I don’t read every single ingredient. But in this case, it could have been a problem if my husband didn’t read it over more carefully. He said the cookie was okay. These cookies are high in fiber and protein.
Balance Nutrition Bars: I couldn’t eat this snack, although it did sound and look good. I like how there is real fruit in the bars with natural energizing ingredients.
Love Grown Foods Cereal: I love Cheerios, and so does my son. I was super excited to try this cereal that is made with beans and lentils. We both enjoyed it!
Yummy Health Protein Chips: These looked good, but didn’t taste too good. I don’t think I liked them because they were very dense; I expected an airy cracker. My husband liked them, though. These chips are made with real Wisconsin cheese.
Trophy Nut Almonds: I love giving these packets to my husband. Nuts are expensive, and he enjoys a variety. He said these were tasty.
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I was sent a Fit Snack box in exchange for an honest review. All of the options are my own. Thanks Fit Snack!