April BoxPopCorners Chips, butter flavor - Some went into an afternoon preschool snack. The rest got nommed by Mama!
Bumble Bar - We love these bars! It must have been eaten, since I couldn't find it again later. I bet Hubby fed it to the baby. Curses! She loves them, and we don't have to worry about big hunks of nuts or anything for her to choke on.
Kay's Naturals Protein Pretzel Sticks, Cinnamon Toast - A great addition to Z's lunches and afternoon snacks. High in protein (12g/bag) and fiber (4g,) and relatively low in sugar (3g) and sodium (160mg.) And I managed to stretch that out into three treat servings, plus a few for Mama to nibble... (Kind of chalky after-taste though. Probably from the soy and pea ingredients. But both girls loved them!)
Sheffa Zesty Snack Mix - This went into one of my lunches, as a treat-y side.
Justin's Dark Chocolate Peanut Bar - This was eaten seconds after the "photo shoot." Seriously. I didn't even put the rest of the stuff away first. I was still out on my back porch
Kathie's Kitchen Super Seedz - These got tossed in with several of my salads to add a nice salty crunch. The ones that didn't just get tossed straight into my gob, that is!
GalloLea Gluten-Free Pizza Kit - I'm still too scared to try it. I don't exactly have the best track record with gluten free cookery...
I included around 7 chips in an afternoon snack for preschool, and was going to save the rest for another day. But then I tried one. I seriously considered taking them out of her snack and packing something else instead. It was hard to share. The rest of the bag did not survive past Mama's lunch time... Baby never even knew they existed!
Kay's Naturals Protein Pretzel Sticks
Sheffa Zesty Snack Mix
Kathie's Kitchen Super Seedz
I added the pumpkin seeds into several of my salads (including the one with the Sheffa Zesty Snack Mix mentioned above!) along with some hemp hearts and sunflower seeds. They added a nice bit of saltiness to my sweet salads, but they were quite tasty all by themselves as well!
Overall, I'm a huge fan. I love monthly "surprise" foodie boxes, but it's been getting frustrating lately, receiving foods that we can no longer eat. So an all gluten-free box (and by default, almost always free from artificial ingredients as well!) is a refreshing treat!