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Degusta Box Food Subscription Review – October

Check out all the fun Fall/ Halloween themed items in October’s Degusta Box –

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Degustabox is a monthly food subscription service box that sends you an assortment of delicious food & beverage products (that you may not typically find at all retailers) every month. It’s priced at $19.99 per box and all the items in the box always exceed the money that you pay for.

If you’re a foodie and love trying out new things, this is a fun way to try out new products that you would have normally not tried out.

Snag your first Degustabox for just $12.99!

This Month’s theme: This month did not have a particular theme but it had a Halloween/ Fall vibe to it.

Let’s take a peek at all the delicious items –

Bahlsen Waffeletten Milk ($3.49)

Starting from our favorite item in this month’s box – these wafers dipped in delicious milk chocolate are crispy and light as air. I’d be lying if I said I ate just one of them!

Sixlets Chocolate and Fruity candies ($1 each)

These are an awesome treat for yourself or to hand out in kids’ Halloween candy bags. While I wasn’t really a huge fan of the fruit flavored ones, I really enjoyed the chocolate coated ones.


Pirate’s Booty ($5.49 for a 12 pack)

These delicious corn and rice puffs made with real aged white cheddar are a great on-the-go snack to curb those sudden hunger cravings. You can get them at Target or other retailers.


pirate booty cheddar puffs


Usually, I don’t really like to eat caramel filled toffees as I cannot handle the extra sweet taste that they have. But these caramel buttercrunch toffee aren’t too sweet. They come individually wrapped and are coated with crushed almonds.


sea salt caramel roca

WELCH’S®Fruit Snacks Superfruit Mix ($2.99)

Who doesn’t love Welch’s fruit snacks? This is a great snack to put in your bag. They came in small packs, so I’m planning to give some away to the kids who show up at our home on Halloween.

welch's fruit snacks

TASTYKAKE Chocolate Juniors & Peanut Butter Kandy Kakes (1.79 each)

While both the cakes were tasty, being a fan of peanut butter, I personally preferred the peanut butter over the plain chocolate one.

tastykakes junior

IDAHOAN FOODS Steakhouse Creamy Potato Soup ($2.99)

I haven’t had the chance to try this out yet but I’m sure this creamy potato soup made with red and russet potatoes would be perfect on a chilly night.

creamy potato soup


BUSH’S BEST Crisp-Roasted Chickpeas – Cracked Pepper 

We love roasted chickpeas at our home and I had never tried the Bush’s brand roasted chickpeas before.

It is Gluten Free, has 6g of protein per serving and is a good source of fiber which makes it a pretty healthy snack.

bush roasted chickpeas


BUSH’S BEST Salad Boosters Roasted Garlic Chickpeas ($3.99)

One more chickpea product from Bush’s – this one can be used to toss in your salads for that extra crunch, flavor and protein.

bush's salad booster

SUNSPIRE Peanut Butter Chips ($7.99)

I’m a huge fan of peanut butter, so of course, I was excited to see these in the box. And in my opinion, cookies taste way better with peanut butter chips rather than adding just plain peanut butter.

The box even came with a peanut butter brownie recipe. I haven’t yet got the time to try the recipe out, but when I do, I will definitely share the photos!

sunspire peanut butter chips

GAROTO Caribe Banana Chocolatey Bonbon ($0.80)

I was curious to try this out as I had never tasted any chocolate bar with banana flavor in it. This is a Brazilian product and the banana flavor isn’t too strong which in my opinion is better than having a strong flavor.

Caribe Banana Chocolatey Bonbon


The total cost of all the items comes to 34.99 which is way more than what you pay for. Have you tried out Degustabox yet? You can get your first box for an awesome discount by clicking here.

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