The cost of a single Yumvelope box is $21 per month plus $3.00 per shipping. If you subscribe on a monthly basis, it's $21 with free shipping. You can also sign up for six months for $126 and get one free box.
So, let's see what came in May's box! There are three individual size snacks, two full size or multi-serving snacks and one very small (and very powerful) treat.
The information card is basic with a list of the items, brief descriptions and retail prices.
There is quite a bit of chocolate in this box; in fact, only one of the snacks does not contain chocolate. The first item is a package containing two Gray Sea Salt Milk Caramels from Amella Caramels. That name is sort of confusing to me but these are made with agave nectar, milk chocolate, cocoa butter and sea salt. (In my opinion, sea salt is WAY too trendy lately; it's found in a lot of places it should not be...like on chocolate!)
I might be annoyed by how small this piece of Raw Chocolate Truffle from The Great Unbaked is (2 ins. in length) but I know from experience how powerful raw chocolate is. This has so many politically correct food properties and is so bitter tasting that it's not something I would even attempt to consume in a larger size. This is the kind of thing you should have in your backpack if you are prone to getting stranded in the wilderness for a few weeks!
"Hefty" is a good adjective when talking about cookies. This one is called "The Handmade Really Healthy Satisfying All Natural Cookie" from Morning Sunshine Kitchen. The flavor is Dark Chocolate & Flax and it looks quite filling. With 12 fat grams, this is not a great choice for the diet conscious but that also means it's probably very tasty.
Last is a 4 oz. (3 serving) package of Maple Cinnamon Madness from What-A-Ya Nuts?! These are all natural nut clusters described as tasting like "the top of Grandma's coffee cake". The nuts are almonds, cashews and pepitas.
This box also included an information flyer for The Great Unbaked (the source of the raw chocolate bar) and a $1 off coupon for Health Warrior, the chia bar maker.
Thanks for reading,
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