Food Reviews

Degusta Box Food Subscription Review – January 2019

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. Many of the products have clean ingredients in them and are often organic, non-GMO, free from preservatives, and so on.

Here’s a sneak peek at January’s Degusta Box –

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degusta box january


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This month’s theme was ‘New year, New me’ and had snacks as well as dinner related food items.

Like always, all the items in the box exceeded the money that you pay for (i.e. $19.99 per box)

Let’s take a peek at all the delicious items in January’s Box.

Chocolat Frey

Starting with my most favorite product in the box – these premium chocolate bars made with authentic Swiss chocolate are like the ultimate guilty pleasure. Smooth creamy chocolate with crunchy hazelnuts – what’s not to like?

chocolat frey


chocolat frey

La Tortilla Factory (Product of the month) – $4.89

We made some amazing chicken wraps with these tortillas and paired them with Dave’s Gourmet Ginger Citrus Creamy Hot Sauce that was in December’s Degusta Box.

la tortilla factory

Partners Crackers

These light and crisp crackers went really well with some hummus. They would be great with cheese and wine as well.

partners crackers

MaraNatha Almond Butter

There were three individual servings of MaraNatha almond butter in three different flavors – Dark Chocolate, Caramel & Coconut.


maranatha almond butter

I am a huge fan of the regular MaraNatha Almond Butter already and had even made this delicious Chocolate Almond Butter Smoothie bowl recipe with it a couple of months back (which btw you should definitely try out cause it is basically like dessert for breakfast)

healthy chocolate oats almond butter smoothie bowl

The flavored almond butter was good but to be honest, I still prefer their regular almond butter over them (love it even more than peanut butter)

 Check out the full recipe of Chocolate Almond Butter Smoothie bowl here.

Michel et Augustin cookie squares

These little shortbread cookies with chocolate ganache on top were really delicious and I only wish they had more of these in the box 😀

michel cookies


michel cookies

Vitabella Rice Cereal – Choco Crispies $5.99

I tried the Vitabella Rice Cereal for the first time and loved it. The delicious light & crispy rice cereal makes the milk all chocolaty (& not in an overly sweet way)

Vitabella is Made in Italy and is Organic, Gluten-Free, and Vegan.




Lundberg Family Farms Organic Grounded Snacks – 

These baked grain snacks had flavors of rich vanilla mixed with warm cinnamon, and exotic spices, giving it a Vanilla Chai vibe to it. We thought it was a great winter snack to munch on.

lundberg snacks

Idahoan Foods Mashed Potatoes (2) – $1.39 each

Having tried the Idahoan Foods in the previous Degusta boxes, I knew these would also taste great. There were two flavprs in the box – Smokey Cheese & Bacon and Cheddar and Sour Cream. The mashed potatoes are ready under a few minutes & are great to keep in the pantry.

idahoan foods

Smashmallow Rice crispy treats (2) – $1.99 each

There were two flavors of these rice crispy treats – Cinnamon churro & Strawberries Cream. My husband loves rice crispy treats so I gave both of these to him.


Sweet Baby Ray’s Hot Sauce – $3.29

You can never say no to some good old hot sauce. Goes on so many dishes – this one’s a keeper for sure.

sweet baby ray's

The total cost of all the items comes to approx $32 which is 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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