Sorry guys, no initial box picture, but above are the information cards, coupons, and recipes!
Box: Taste Guru is a gluten-free subscription box.
Price: $34/month (free s/h) for 3 months ($102 total.)
Contents: 6-8 full-size gluten free products.
Bakery on Main ‘Cranberry Maple Nut’ Granola Bars (Value $5.99):
These sound kind of good, I’ll give them a try for sure! I love putting the granola bars I get from subscription boxes in my lunch for snacks.
RW Garcia Original Tortatos (Value $1?):
These are potatoes are corn together making one chip. I’m eating them right now, and they are pretty decent. It’s interesting because it tastes like a tortilla chip, but I still have a potato flavor 🙂
Ips ‘Aged White Cheddar’ Egg White Chips (Value $2?):
I want to like this, but I’m scared to try it! The flavor sounds good, but I have no idea what to expect in eating ‘eggs’ lol.
Cook Simple All American Sloppy Joe with Pinto Beans and Carrots (Value $4.99):
I was very happy to get a full meal preparation item, it’s one of the things that I love about this box. Although I don’t like pinto beans, I think I will use this for dinner one night soon.
Keen One Quinoa Garden Medley (Value $3.99):
I really want to try quinoa in an effort to eat more healthy, but I wish it wasn’t filled with vegetables. (I know, it’s good for you, but I don’t like eating them lol.)
Natural Delights Medjool Dates (Value $2.49):
I’m sorry, I’m not going to eat these! I don’t like dates, and they are so unappealing lol.
Enjoy Life ‘S’Mores’ Granola Bar (Value $1):
My husband is going to be excited to see this in his lunch!
Final Thoughts: This was an okay box for me, but like I said in previous posts, I’m a picky eater! I did like the multiple granola bars and chips, and do appreciate getting ‘hearty’ meal type of items. The value of this box was around $21.50, and although that doesn’t include shipping or the value of finding all gluten-free items, I wish the value was higher