Wednesday, 4 November 2015

Healthy Snacking With Nibboxx

I am always on the look out for healthy snacking options since I started Slimming World. I'm really pleased as I have been set a fab Nibboxx to review. The website launches in just 3 days time and they have been creating a stir on social media with pictures of the delicious contents. The Nibboxx is letter box size, so you needn't worry about being home to accept delivery, as it will drop right through you post box.
Once you open your lid you are met with 4 delicious snack trays for your indulgence. My box contained organic date & walnut bar, cocoa dusted almonds, exotic pineapple rings and gourmet summer fruits popcorn. The snacks are all individually sealed so you can eat them when your ready and there is a handy guide inside telling you the nutritional information and the use by date of each tray.

The organic date & walnut bar I really enjoyed, you can smell the dates and soon as you peel back the lid. You get 4 fingers in the tray, if you are on slimming world like me it works out at 4 syns per finger. They are soo worth 4 syns a finger, they are so moist and tasty and I could of easily eaten all 4 fingers, but I restrained myself! The dusted almonds where my second favourite in the box, I entered the details into my Slimming World snackulator and they worked out at 19 syns for the tray, which is a lot. But you can divide the tray into 4 and it would work out at about 4.5 syns, so nice for a sweet treat. I love a bit of popcorn every now and then and I liked the idea of gourmet popcorn. The summer fruits in my box was lovely. its really fruity and worked out at about 6 syns for the whole tray. The last item in they tray were exotic pineapple rings, I am not normally a fan of dried fruit, but these were still really juicy and tasty, they worked out at 5 syns for the whole tray.
I really enjoyed the Nibboxx and would definitely get it again. The boxes are priced at £4.99 and your first box is only £1. There website launches today, check it out at Nibboxx.com and you can keep your eyes on their twitter and Facebook pages for more information.
Thanks For Reading
Mandy
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*I was sent a Nibboxx free of charge for an unbiased opinion.

7 comments:

  1. Looks a nice healthy snack box

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  2. Looks healthy, but every 'snackbox' I've found contains nuts. I don't like them - my kids are really allergic to them

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  3. That looks great. I'm trying slimming world at home after doing it successfully years ago so always on the look out for new ideas to keep me on track

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