FoodStirs Subscription Box Review + Coupon – February 2017
FoodStirs is a baking subscription box, that ships baking mixes kits to your door! Co-founded by Sarah Michelle Gellar, this subscription is all about high-quality, pre-made mixes with no preservatives or artificial ingredients.
My Subscription Addiction paid for this box. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)
The Subscription Box: FoodStirs
The Cost: $19.99 per month with free shipping. Discounts are available for longer subscriptions.
DEAL – Now until March 31st, use coupon code MSA30 to get a 3-month subscription for $29 (regularly $59). That brings the total down to just $9.66/month for 3 months!
The Products: High quality, pre-made mixes with no preservatives or artificial ingredients.
Ships to: United States, but they have an international waitlist, so be sure to sign up if you’re interested!
Keep Track of Your Subscriptions: Add this box to your subscription list or wishlist!
The box includes a recipe card detailing everything you’ll need. This month, we’re making Berry Sweet Pancake Muffins!
I love recipe cards with visuals every step of the way!
There’s also a nutritional card with ingredients for every item Foodstirs sends. They’re ingredient conscious, and as you can see on this card, every item in the box is organic!
Lastly, there’s a card with a few other tips for baking.
Foodstirs Organic Pancake Mix
Foodstirs Organic Glaze Mix
Organic Dried Blueberries
Maple Valley Organic Maple Syrup
And as a bonus, they also included instant coffee to pair with your pancake muffins!
This recipe was pretty easy to follow. We needed eggs, milk, butter, and yogurt to complete the batter.
They turned out well, but I wish Foodstirs would have listed fresh blueberries as an optional item to put on our grocery list. They would have made the perfect topping!
Verdict: This was an easy and fun baking project, and I like that FoodStirs tries to mix things up a bit with their kits. Pancake muffins? Pretty good from everyone who tried them! (We used coconut milk instead of regular milk, though, and I’m wondering if they would have been better with regular dairy milk…probably.)
Value wise, if you are looking for high-end organic baking mixes, I think this kit is in line with some of the prices I’ve seen at Whole Foods. Obviously, it is significantly pricier than your standard baking mixes. So if you put a value on those ingredients, and the convenience of someone putting it all together for you, I think you’ll be happy with this box. (And of course, the MSA30 coupon code puts this box at under $10 a month for 3 months, which I think is definitely a great value.)
What do you think of FoodStirs?