Tuesday, March 13, 2018

March Degustabox Review

The March Degustabox is all about breakfast! There are eight great products inside that all make for great morning meals.

*Disclaimer: This box was sent to See, Shop, Love! in exchange for an honest review.

Degustabox sends full-sized food and pantry items each month for only $19.99 with free shipping. Boxes contain everything from sauces and soups to cookies, chips, and more!

This box is a great value because it's always packed with items that would cost a lot more if you bought them individually at the grocery store. It's also a fun way to discover new brands and products!

You can earn points by filling out surveys on the Degustabox page about each item, and also by referring friends to the subscription. Once you have enough points you can exchange them for a free box.

Here's what was inside this month's breakfast-themed box:
  • Post Great Grains ($3.33) - The Coconut Almond Crunch cereal has real tropical coconut, almonds, crunchy flakes, and clusters. It's a good source of whole grain with no high fructose corn syrup or artificial flavors or colors.
  • Loacker Quadratini Cookies ($3.99) - These little cookies are so good! They're little wafers with alternating layers of espresso-flavored creme. They're great with morning coffee.
  • 7Days Soft Croissant ($1.49) - This is a crispy and flaky croissant with peanut butter creme and jelly filling. It comes in five different varieties.
  •  Oreo Candy Bar ($1.69) - I got the Mint flavor, which is my favorite. This candy bar has bits of Oreo cookie mixed in with mint creme filling.
  • Homebrew Quick Pickle Mix ($1.50 each) - I love pickled foods and these packets have three interesting combos. You just need two cups of produce, a pint jar, and the packet of mix. The flavors are Snappy Apple, Spicy Pineapple, and Picked Red Onion.
  • Julian's Recipe Belgian Pastry Waffles ($1.25 each) - These come in a box of four and are made from an authentic Liege recipe including pearl sugar and sweet vanilla. They're soft with a little bit of a crispy outside--delicious!
  •  BluePrint Energy Tea ($2.49) - I'm usually a coffee drinker but I'm definitely willing to give this matcha tea a try. There were two flavors available and I received Mojo Matcha, made with matcha and moringa.
  • Elmhurst Milked Brown Rice ($5.99) - This milked rice has 20 grams of whole grain in every glass. I don't have a dairy restriction on my diet so I usually just drink cow's milk, but this sounds really interesting and I'm excited to try it. I also like that the brand is from Elma, NY which is kind of close to me, outside of Buffalo.
Bottom Line: Breakfast food is a ton of fun and I really enjoyed the products featured in the March Degustabox! I'm especially interested in the quick pickle mixes and the milked brown rice.

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