Love With Food Review: November 2012 | Glamorable!

Love With Food Review: November 2012

In November Amy Roloff of Little People Big World on TLC joined forces with Love With Food to fight childhood hunger, so our November Thanksgiving Boxes are curated by her, featuring some of her Fall favorites like Hagensborg Chocolate Truffle Pigs. Amy Roloff is very passionate about fighting childhood hunger in America.

As you already know, with every box sent Love With Food donates a meal to feed a hungry child. Meal donations for all Amy Roloff's Thanksgiving boxes will be donated to the food banks of her choice.

About Love With Food:
Love With Food is the easiest way to discover what's tasty, delivered to your door! For only $10/month, members will receive a curated box of unique, hard-to-find tasty bites which varies based on seasonal themes. Say goodbye to boring grocery selections and HELLO to a monthly tasty surprise! For every box purchase, a meal is donated to a food bank.
If you would like to use my referral link then click here to join Love With Food.


1. fruit.0 in Mango Pear Pineapple 
I love mango so I naturally loved this yummy and healthy snack! I'm currently on a diet to get rid of these last 10 lbs and sometimes it's hard to ignore midday cravings, so I'm glad I found this delicious and healthy alternative to cookies and crackers. It tastes kind of like baby food and has a pretty runny consistency, but I like it that way!


2. Inka Crops Original Inka Corn 
Wow, these are the biggest corn kernels I have ever eaten! At first I thought this snack was too salty, but it eventually grew on me with every consecutive bite. This is definitely a unique product, so if anybody here likes salty snacks and corn - give it a try, I think you'll enjoy it!


3. Hagensborg Truffle Piglet 
My aunt loves pigs so I'll be saving it as a stocking stuffer for her Christmas present. I hope she enjoys it!


4. Little Red Dot Kitchen Turkey Bak Kwa 
I can't believe how many people said they hated it! First of all, this is not jerky so it wasn't supposed to be hard and salty. It's actually soft and very lightly seasoned, and tastes just like my grandma's diet turkey cutlets. I can't say I loved those things because she was never good with seasonings, but this is what her cutlets would have tasted like if she seasoned them properly.


5. Mrs May's Naturals Mini Crunch in Cranberry Almond 
I didn't use this mix as a salad topper, I figured I'll just snack on it normally. Those tiny squares were nice and chewy, the sweetness and saltiness were balanced pretty well too. I'm not a fan of peanuts so I was happy that there were none in my package.


6. The Aspen Mulling Company Original Cider Spice Blend 
I'm not planning on buying cider anytime soon so not sure when I'll get to try this spice blend. I heard it's good for baking, so I might try to use it in my pancakes or cupcakes. Either way it will be used and I'll let you know what I ended up making with it.


7. Skeeter Chocolate Chunk Cookies 
The cookies were crunchy all the way through and I'm more of a soft cookie lover, and they were also crumbled into big pieces probably due to some transporting issues. Despite all that I thought they were absolutely delicious! The chocolate is nice and richly sweet and I would have never guessed they were nut-free. This is really a perfect snack for anyone who loves sweets but has nut allergies.

8. Stash Tea Pumpkin Spice Decaf Tea 
Yum, yum and yum again! This tasted like liquid pumpkin pie and rainbows! After brewing the little tea bag for a few minutes I mixed my tea with a little bit of honey and vanilla coffee creamer and it tasted just like pie!

ProductRetail Value
fruit.0 in Mango Pear Pineapple$2.25
Inka Crops Original Inka Corn$1.14
Hagensborg Truffle Piglet$1.00
Little Red Dot Kitchen Turkey Bak Kwa$0.94
Mrs May's Naturals Mini Crunch in Cranberry Almond$0.33
The Aspen Mulling Company Original Cider Spice Blend$1.19
Skeeter Chocolate Chunk Cookies$1.25
Stash Tea Pumpkin Spice Decaf Tea$0.18
Box Retail Value$8.28
Disclosure: I bought this.

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