Dear hungry reader,
You know I’m a fan of subscription boxes. In the land of Mom, there aren’t many things that get me more excited each day. I feel like a kid again, rushing to the mailbox to see if there’s something there because let’s face it – getting actual MAIL that isn’t a bill is FUN. It brightens your day! And when it’s food related, umm – WIN WIN.
The kind folks at <a href=”http://MunchPak.com“>MunchPak sent me this yummy box to review and I have to admit it was interesting to say the least – but we LOVED how different it was! <a href=”http://MunchPak.com“>MunchPak is a monthly subscription box service that sends you a box of candy and snacks from all over the world. You get to choose the size of your <a href=”http://MunchPak.com“>MunchPak (ranges from Mini which has 5 snacks to family size, which has 20) and it ships within 72 hours.
This month we received a box with snacks from Japan. Inside there were Sour Cream and Onion Hunky Dory’s (chips) Rountrees Jelly Dots, and Cream Collons (which were like a small crème puff). These snacks were actually really tasty, and although I wouldn’t know where to begin to buy them (other than the <a href=”http://MunchPak.com“>MunchPak website), I definitely wouldn’t have been able to try them otherwise. There was also some kind of marshmallow wafer/chocolate/pistachio dust snack pack included that was completely written in Japanese and we weren’t sure what it was, but Coach tried it and thought it was really good!
If you are looking for a fun way to engage your kiddos and teach them about another culture, I think this is a great start. M&M were fascinated by the packaging which I thought was great – colorful and bright, and the cost is very reasonable starting at $9.95 plus shipping.
Since <a href=”http://MunchPak.com“>MunchPak likes me so much, they gave me some coupon codes to give out in case you wanted to try a Pak or two! Happy Munching!