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Hamptons Lane January 2017 Box Reveal + $10 Coupon!

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The January Hamptons Lane box is out and the theme is Clean Eating!

If you haven’t signed up for this subscription yet and want to get this box make sure to use coupon code Subscription10 to save $10 off your first box! (This box is $47 a month, and you can skip any month).

Here are the items included in the box:


Check out our Hamptons Lane reviews to learn more about this box!

What do you think of the January Hamptons Lane box?

Written by Liz Cadman

Liz Cadman

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  1. Will that hand blender really make humus? I have a tiny smoothy maker, and a 2 cup chopper, and neither do the job very well. I just have a hard time imagining this hand blender would do it either…

    • Never mind, the blender is $15 on Amazon, and has terrible reviews. What happened to the Hamptons box? Used to be high value/high quality. 🙁

    • “Splurge” and for $30 get a cuisinart smart stick. You will wonder how you ever lived without it. You can use it for hummus, soups, baking, and aboit a thousand other things.

      • I use the cuisinart also.

  2. I am passing on this one because except for the Aramath, I already have all these items in my kitchen.

    If you don’t already have an immersion blender – get one. It is essential for making soups and sauces. It along with the microplaner (which was in last months box) are my two favorite kitchen tools.

    Happy New Year!

    • I’ve been meaning to get a microplaner for a while and really should just get one. Is it really that much different from a grater though?

      • Yes. Much easier to use. Food doesn’t get stuck in the fine grates. Just tapir on the edge of the bowl and anything stuck goes in.

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