September Degustabox Review and Coupon

Degustabox is one of the best snack boxes out there; each month they're packed with full-sized foods and pantry items for a great price!

*Disclaimer: This box was sent to See, Shop, Love! in exchange for an honest review.


Degustabox sends at least 10 full-sized food items for only $19.99 per month! You'll get a box full of snacks for much cheaper than if you were to buy everything individually at the grocery store.


The September box had 10 items representing a good variety of foods and snacks. Degustabox always does a good job of sending everything from baking mixes, dinner sides, sauces, and more!

  • Post Shredded Wheat ($3.49) - Boxes contained one of two flavors, and I got Frosted Mixed Berry (the other option was cinnamon). It has a blueberry frosting coating with an extra burst of berry flavor in the middle. Sounds delish!
  • King Arthur Flour Lemon Bar Mix ($4.95) - I love a good lemon bar but I've never made them before. This mix looks easy to bake and I can't wait to try them. They're made with real lemons and no artificial ingredients.
  • SunRype Fruit to Go ($.50 each) - These bars were so good! I got the Apple Wildberry and Apple Strawberry Watermelon flavors. They are strips of fruit leather with no added artificial colors, preservatives, gluten, or nuts. They're also kosher and vegan.
  • Angelic Bakehouse Bread Crisps ($4.00) - These little sprouted crackers are crostini shaped and made from sprouted bread grain, toasted, and topped with sea salt. I'll have to get some good cheese to eat these with.
  • Mutti Tomato Puree ($4.49) - This puree is ready to go, all you have to do is heat it up. The info page listing all the items had a recipe for tomato basil soup on the back using this sauce so I think I'm going to give that a try.
  • Wild Planet Albacore Wild Tuna ($4.99) - Wild Planet is ranked #1 by Greenpeace for sustainability. This tuna is 100% pole and line caught and is prepared to maintain all the natural juices right in the can (no draining required!). I don't eat tuna but I'll pass this along to someone who does.
  • Goya Rice Pilaf ($1.99) - I loved rice pilaf growing up, and still do, so this will be great as a side for an upcoming dinner. Goya mixes are always good and have lots of flavor.
  • Lee Kum Kee Korean BBQ Stir Fry Sauce ($3.49) - I love sauce packets like this that I can throw into the slow cooker. This can be prepared without a slow cooker, but I like letting the sauces simmer with the meat all day.
  • Reese Papaya Goldenberry Quinoa Medley ($3.99) - I have to admit that I'm not the biggest fan of quinoa so I'm not sure how much I will like this. I do like the sound of papaya goldenberry fruit though, so maybe it will be a hit!
  • Natural Sins Coconut Crisps ($1.99) - These are meant to be eaten as snack chips and the brand calls them "un-potato chip" snacks. I'm curious to try these.
Bottom Line: The September Degustabox had a total retail value of $34.38. I'm excited to bake up the King Arthur Flour lemon bars and use the Lee Kum Kee Korean BBQ sauce. This month's box had another great variety of snacks!

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