Review: Savorfull.

I'm continuing to find more and more subscription boxes the deeper I dig. I've recently come across several blogs that review every box under the sun and even a website where people post their feedback on all the different boxes out there. They have been great resources for finding out which ones are good and which miss the mark completely. I was thrilled to find another gluten free box named Savorfull, as most of you have stressed how important this is in your diet + they also feature only products that are free from the top 8 food allergens, including wheat, dairy, peanut and egg. So you're covered across the board. I knew I was going to love their box before I even opened it, when I saw the bright lime green package on my door step with the word, 'discover.' on the front. Simple and direct.

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Details: They have three types of subscriptions: a month to month will run you $15, six months is $85 and a year membership would be $168, which saves you a $1 a box. They even have a place where you can sign up friends or family for a 'gift' subscription. I think I'd gladly take one of those for Christmas *hint hint*

Contents: The box came with much more than just the edible goodies -- I'll get to those in a minute. Enjoy Life put a pamphlet inside that include coupons. The literature explained all the different allergen free diets out there plus talked about gluten, celiac disease, autism and so much more. Plus it had a huge list of resources for you to continue doing some research. I also received a card from Triumph Dining that offered some promo codes for two guides they have published: Gluten Free Restaurant Guide and Gluten Free Grocery Guide, both of which I'd finally extremely helpful if I was on a gluten free diet myself. The free shipping code is: NL8926Z for anyone who's interested. My box also came with a little green sheet from Savorfull themselves explaining to me the contents of the box with the product values and links for me to check out recipes using my new goodies.

Goodies: So the box came with 4 yummy items, 3 of which I opened immediately. I guess I need to practice some self control, what can I say? The Skinny Pop Popcorn has only 39 calories per cup and is cholesterol free, has zero trans fat and no preservatives. There was a small Sunbutter Crunch Chewy Bar that sadly was gone in two bites. I was thrilled about the GF Pizza Crust Mix from Bob's Red Mill -- I don't personally make them from scratch because I can't imagine them being as good as my mom's, so I gave her the mix as long as she made one for me :) Last but certainly not least in my book, was the package of Lucy's Cookies in Chocolate Merry Mint. Oh. My. Goodness. They were that good! I wish that I'd saved a few to be eaten while I sipped some hot chocolate on a cold day, but that would've been a hopeless cause. And they were certainly kiddo approved when she caught wind of what I was munching on.

All in all, I feel like this box was a great value -- and after looking at some of the boxes from previous month's, I think it's safe to say that this one continues to be a home run month after month. Again *cough* it wouldn't hurt my feelings to get a subscription for Christmas!

What gluten free finds have you come across lately?

**Disclaimer: This box and all the items within were kindly sent to me to review by Savorfull. All products that are mentioned and reviewed on my blog are my own personal and honest opinions, or those of someone I've shared my goodies with. I am not being compensated additionally for my thoughts or posted reviews -- whether good, bad or indifferent. 

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