Degustabox Review

If you like trying new foods then I would highly recommend you try Degustabox. If you’ve never heard about the company before let me tell you a little about them. Degustabox is a monthly subscription food box. Each month you pay £12.99 (this includes delivery). Inside each box, you will receive 9 – 14 surprise food products, items vary each month and some of them are new products. The value of your box will always be more than what you have paid. However, if you aren’t happy with the service and you wish to cancel your subscription you can do so at any time as you are under no obligation to buy more boxes than you want too.

Inside This Months Box:

Two packets of Hip Pops (£1.00 each), a snack that is healthier than similar fried or baked snacks and contains 50% less fat than crisps. There are six flavours to choose from and 4 of those are gluten free.

Two packets of Betavivo (£1.00), an oat shaped cereal that has been proven to lower cholesterol and blood glucose. One daily serving provides the required 3g of beta-glucan that’s needed to reduce cholesterol and blood glucose levels. 

Two packets of freeze dried fruit from Nothing But (£1.69). Each packet contains less that 80 calories count as one of your five a day. They are healthy fruit and vegetable snacks that are free from all artificial colours and flavourings.

One box of Flapjack from Fabulous Bakers (£1.80). The new Pineapple and Mango bars are packed full of natural ingredients and contain no added sugar. They are made with real fruit and slow release energy oats, they’re also high in fibre too.

One box of Barilla Pasta (£1.50). Made in Italy from carefully selected durum wheat. One serving of Barilla’s wholewheat pasta gives you 20% of your daily fibre. One jar of Barilla Mediterranean Vegetables Sauce (£2.00). This sauce is a mix of Italian tomatoes, courgettes, aubergines and peppers. It contains no added preservatives and goes perfectly with Barilla wholewheat pasta.

One carton of KoKo Dairy Free (£1.79). A unique alternative to cow’s milk made with freshly pressed coconut milk. It contains fewer calories than skimmed milk, 0% cholesterol and is 100% allergen free. It tastes similar to cow’s milk on cereal and in cooking and won’t curdle in hot drinks.

One bottle of Crabbies Light (£1.49). Best served straight from the fridge or teamed with a spirit of your choice to create a cocktail this lighter version of Crabbies Original Alcoholic Ginger Beer won’t disappoint and tastes just as good as the original. 

One Red Square Toffee Mini (£1.99) Made with 7 times distilled and 100% pure vodka, this drink is made for sharing or mixing to make a cocktail. It tastes great when added to a glass of Crabbies Light.

One pouch of Happy Monkey Smoothie (£1.00), No added sugar or unhealthy bits makes these smoothies the perfect drink for kids and a great way for them to get one of their five a day. Available in 3 flavours – Strawberry & Banana, Orange & Mango and Apple & Blackcurrant. All smoothies are made using 100% pure fruit and are free from sweeteners and preservatives. They are sold in boxes of four and are ideal for lunchboxes and days out.

One packet of Compete Energy Bites (£1.99) These energy bites are low-calorie chocolates infused with caffeine – one bite is the equivalent to one large coffee. The bites are designed to provide an instant boost to help improve your alertness, endurance and physical energy. It is recommended that you take one five minutes before exercise, driving, partying or studying.

A gift sachet of Skinny Chai Latter from Drink Me Chai. This is a new drink to their very popular Chai Latte Range. The drink has a hint of clove and is only 42 calories per cup. Available from Waitrose, Sainsbury and Ocado.

For more information about Degustabox, you can find them on Facebook and Twitter. If you’d like to try Degustabox, My Three and Me have a code that you can use to get £6 off your box. Simply enter BLDEG15 at the checkout.

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