I’ve been hearing about NatureBox for quite a while now, but hadn’t yet had the opportunity to try it yet. I was so excited when I was selected to do a review! It is such a challenge to find healthy, tasty snacks for my kids, and now that school is about to start again, I have been on the hunt for things to send along to school with them. Last year, we got in a bit of a chips/pretzels/cheesy cracker snack rut, and I was determined to find some better options for this school year. NatureBox delivers a world of carefully sourced and nutritionist-approved foods right to your door. Problem solved!
When you join NatureBox, you’ll receive five different snacks every month. You can choose the snacks you want or be surprised with their carefully curated selections. My favorite of my selections was the Sriracha Roasted Cashews. They were amazing! Not too spicy, but a little heat in the finish. LOVE them.
NatureBox snacks are perfect for getting back into the swing of back to school, whether it’s in the lunchbox, carpooling, or for after school snacking. The kids’ favorite snack so far was definitely the Ranch Sunflower Seeds.
Click here to get 50% off your first month’s NatureBox delivery! ($10 value) using promo code: SNACKTOSCHOOL Feel confidant picking new things to try, because if you don’t like a snack, NatureBox will replace it in your next box! Perfect!
Amelia is crazy for the Cherry Berry Bonanza. If I can save some, I have plans to include those in an upcoming recipe!
These Pop Pops are going to come in handy for satisfying that crunchy snack craving.
The Granny Smith Apples are simply perfect. Want to know what’s in them?
Apples. That’s it. Because you don’t need to fix what’s not broken. Apples are amazing already, and NatureBox recognizes that.
So, if you can’t tell, I am a big fan of this product. I can’t wait to try more of their awesome snacks. If you try them, let me know what you got and what you think! Happy snacking back-to-schoolers!
I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls Collective and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.