Fancy Food Box Review – April 2014
The Fancy Food Box is one of the original Fancy subscription boxes. Every month they send full size gourmet food items, and usually a kitchen item. Fancy kindly sent me this box to review.
The Subscription Box: Fancy Food Box
The Cost: $39 a month plus shipping
The Products: Gourmet and specialty food and snacks.
Each box comes with cards detailing every item included.
Roots & Branches Olive Oil Crackers – Value $7
Bjorn Qorn – Value $6
I was so happy to see a gluten free and dairy free snack in the box! This Bjorn Qorn gets its “cheesy” taste from nutritional yeast. (I haven’t had dairy in a long time though, so this may not taste cheesy to anyone who eats cheese regularly!)
Pure Shortbread Cookies – Value $7
Normally I don’t get to enjoy chocolate from subscription boxes (again, from the dairy), but this bar is made with just coconut butter, cacao, and sugar! It was a VERY indulgent treat! (And my grandma loves shortbread cookies, so these are going to her on my next visit!)
Spoonable Curry Ketchup – Value $8
Dragon’s Blood Elixir Hot Sauce – Value $7.50
I love that these are both made with natural (and recognizable) ingredients. And now I’m even more excited about being able to cook and eat outdoors in the summer!
Fancy also included a recipe card for Fried Chicken with the Curry Ketchup.
Joseph Joseph Salt and Pepper Pinch Pots – Value $12
I prefer my salt and pepper shakers over pinch pots so I think I’ll be swapping these!
Verdict: This box has a value of about $55. As always, I’m very pleased with the curation of the Fancy Food box. Almost all of these brands are completely new to me, and I love that it seems like every food product Fancy selects only uses wholesome ingredients.
What did you think of the April Fancy Food Box?