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Send Me Gluten Free Subscription Box Review – December 2014

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Send Me Gluten Free Subscription Box Review – December 2014 Box

Send me Gluten Free is a new monthly gluten-free food subscription box. If you’ve been looking for a Taste Guru alternative, I think this is a good option – the send a variety of snack and meal items.

My Subscription Addiction pays for this subscription. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).

Send Me Gluten Free Subscription Box Review – December 2014 Items

The Subscription Box: Send me Gluten Free

The Cost: $30 a month (less with longer subscription)

COUPON: Use coupon code GETHOOKED to save 25% off any subscription!

The Products: Gluten free foods and other products.

Ships to: US only

Send Me Gluten Free Subscription Box Review – December 2014 Coupons

Each box comes with an envelope with lots of coupons for the gluten-free brands featured this month. These usually include at least one completely free product coupon, which adds to the value of the box.

Send Me Gluten Free Subscription Box Review – December 2014 Chips

Bonta Italia Schar Pasta – Value $1

Simply 7 Snacks Quinoa Chips – Value $1

Chebe Focaccia Mix Gluten Free – Value $4?

This gluten-free pasta is made with sugar cane syrup, which I like to avoid in things like pasta when I can, so it will be a backup pantry item if needed. (My go-to gluten free pasta right now is Trader Joes organic brown rice pasta).

I’ve tried these Quinoa chips before thanks to subscription boxes, and they’re very good.

Wow – this focaccia mix gets great review on Amazon and is free off all major allergens!

Send Me Gluten Free Subscription Box Review – December 2014 Lucys

Lucy’s Gluten Free 2 Chocolate Chip Cookies – Value $1

The Toasted Oat Gluten Free Granola in Blueberry + Flax – Value $.75

Mum-Mum Snax in Apple Cinnamon – Value $.75

I avoid even gluten-free oats, so I couldn’t try the first two products, but I’ve been told by several people that Lucy’s cookies are amazing. The Mum-Mum snack is kind of like a rice cake/cracker. Judging by the Amazon reviews it seems to be primarily aimed at toddlers/kids, but I like it too!

Send Me Gluten Free Subscription Box Review – December 2014 Smarty Pants

Smarty Pants Vitamin Samples – Value $1

Sauce Goddess Sweet Heat Spice Rub Sample – Value $1

I like Smarty Pants gummies, so I’m always OK with getting more of their samples in subscription boxes. And spices are one of those items that I probably should be thinking more about to get ones that are verified gluten free – not just don’t have gluten as an ingredient. This rub smells amazing and it is also free of dairy, nuts, MSG, and preservatives.

Send Me Gluten Free Subscription Box Review – December 2014 Stock

French and Italian Cuisine Passport – Value $6

Massel 7’s Bouillon Cubes Beef Style – Value $2.50

Massel Concentrated Liquid Stock Beef Style – Value $2.50

This Let’s Eat Out! pocket guide walks you through typical French and Italian menu items, advises you on what items are a best fit for your allergies and what to ask or request from your server when ordering. I didn’t know these little pocket guides existed, but I think they are great – traveling with dietary restrictions can definitely make the trip a little stressful (at least for me).

FYI – both of these Massel items are also vegan in addition to being gluten free.

Verdict: I’m impressed with the variety of products Send Me Gluten Free includes in their boxes, and I like that they include a lot of coupons too. Conservatively this box has a value of about $25 – including the value of the free item coupon. I think that’s a pretty good value for a food box like this one – and a great value if you sign up for the annual subscription up front with the GETHOOKED coupon code – it brings the cost down to just $15 a box!

What do you think of Send Me Gluten Free?

Written by Liz Cadman

Liz Cadman

Liz is the founder of My Subscription Addiction. She’s been hooked on subscription boxes since 2011 thanks to Birchbox, and she now subscribes to over 100 boxes. Her favorites include POPSUGAR Must Have, FabFitFun, and any box that features natural beauty products!
All views in this review are the opinion of the author. My Subscription Addiction will never accept payment in exchange for a review, but will accept a box at no cost to provide honest opinions on the box. This post may contain affiliate/referral links. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.

3 Comments

  1. My sister is gluten-free and read this review to me while I was driving yesterday. She is interested in the box because it has items in there that she will eat. She also likes that it has coupons.

  2. I want to like this box…but it is just lacking I think. The value is too low especially if you can’t find the free products (with coupon) nearby. I subscribe to the gluten free urthbox and love it. It has a higher price point but it seems at least compared to this box to have much better value and compilation.

  3. Hmmmm I don’t know about this box. Although there’s a nice variety nothing seems too exciting. I got my mom a year of this sub for Christmas so we’ll see. The value and fun just doesn’t seem to be there.

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