Bestowed is a monthly subscription box that is filled with mostly healthy snacks, and other healthy living items.
Peeled Cinnamon Apple Clusters ($5.49). A little disappointing since we just got these in the August box. This was a bigger bag with “4” servings, but while they taste good they are not filling at all. I ate the whole thing in one sitting and was still starving. Probably a good snack for kids though.
Little Miracles ($2.50). I actually really enjoyed this energy drink, but was disappointed that it’s not a US product and therefore not available any way except by ordering online (expensive).
Glee Gum ($0.29). I liked the watermelon flavor and the idea of a “healthy” gum, but the flavor only lasted for about 3 minutes.
Fiber Love Bars (About $o.90 each for the sample size). I got the cinnamon raisin and peanut butter chocolate. They claimed to taste like cookies but they really just taste my fiber bars. I much prefer Clif bars for texture, though the flavor was fine.
Crunchmaster Crackers ($0.75). I actually did enjoy these crackers. There were only 7 in this bag (half a serving size) and they were a bit salty, but I liked the flavor and ate them with some mozzarella cheese.
Hooray Puree Spinach ($5.00). I don’t think I’ve ever used pureed spinach in my life, so I don’t really plan to use this. I always have fresh spinach around, and would puree that if need be.
Numi Organic Tea (two tea bags, $0.65 each). I haven’t tried this yet but I’m hoping it will be good – I got the chocolate mint flavor, which seems unusual for tea. I enjoy tea but usually use loose leaf if I can.
I calculated this box to be worth $17.13, which is definitely better than the last two boxes but still not even worth as much as they charge for it. That fact, combined with the fact that I didn’t even enjoy all of the items, convinced me to cancel my subscription. Goodbye, Bestowed!