Tuesday, February 3, 2015

A Gluten-free Present to Warm Your Heart (and Giveaway!)

Lets face it - I am horrible with my blog right now. I used to post really diligently but life kind of got in the way. I'm working on getting better but I'm not perfect. I used to post different stuff every month - fun, gluten-free info, recipes and products but lately, I haven't posted much and I'm sorry. However, I have a suggestion for new products you should look into until I get back in the habit - Love with Food. Have you heard of my awesome friend, KC, of G-Free Foodie. She has partnered with this company to bring you a fabulous, gluten-free product. Check out her facebook page here. You should defineitely be following her because she posts ALL the time and has FANTASTIC info and recipes for all your gluten-free needs. Anyway . . .

Love with Food is a company that I've really fallen in love with. (Perfect for a month that is known for love, right? - February.) They send you a box of junk-free and gluten-free goodies to your house (shiping is FREE - my favorite price!) for $24.50/month. In return, they donate TWO meals to the hungry in the USA. So not only do you get a gift for yourself, a box of 8-12 wholesome, gluten-free new treats for you to sample, but you give a gift as well. A gift to someone at home in America who is in need too not somewhere in another country. Who knows? You could be helping out someone who lives in the next city or just down the street. How amazing is that? I received my first box last month and was completely delighted!

Check out the picture:

There were several different types of chips and crackers, a yummy chocolate bar (that disappeared quickly), cake mix, a cookie sample, seasoning mix and more. Everything was non-GMO and dairy-free too (or vegan) which I really appreciate. Most of the items were full size as well which was awesome! Sometimes, the gluten-free world can be hard to maneuver and I appreciate a box of the month to help me find new flavors and wholesome products. Did I mention there were coupons in there too?! Some were for the products but one was a $25 gift card for Le Tote which is like Netflix but for women's fashion! Love with Food totally gets me! 

Here's the best part of this post though - since Love with Food is so awesome they are working with me to do a giveaway! Just write a comment at the bottom of this post. Any comment - maybe tell me your favorite valentine candy, why you enjoy being gluten-free, or maybe why you eat non-gmo. You choose, just talk to me. I'll announce two winners on Monday. Pay attention to this blog and my facebook to see if you're a winner. Even if you don't win, do yourself a favor and check this company out. You can sign up for your very own box at https://lovewithfood.com/subscriptions. Let me know what you think. 
Check them out on social media too!
Love with Food - Facebook
Love with Food - Twitter (@lovewithfood)

Until the next post -




  1. I am lays looking for great tasting gluten-free foods! And I love contests! Glad to see you're back to blogging!

  2. Always... Not lays. Eesh autocorrect!

  3. As Molly is being tested for celiac, we feel a closer bond to you 💕

  4. loving this review ! I'm a foodie I like trying new snacks! and I would love to try this box out. I hear a lot of good things about gluten free and I would like to try it for myself. This would be a great opportunity to try out the Gluten free love with food box before subscribing to it . I totally think this would be so much fun thanks for the chance !

  5. Love with Food sounds great, I have always wanted to try out a subscription service for gluten free foods! Thanks for sharing and for the chance to win! :)

  6. Would love to try new gluten free foods! This sounds like an awesome idea!

    1. Monisha, you won! CONGRATS! You have won your very own box. Please e-mail me your mailing address so I can send one to you! :)

  7. Am always trying to find new GF foods due to having Celiac

  8. Am always trying to find new GF foods due to having Celiac

  9. I think this is a really neat idea, the fact that for every box sold, a hungry child in need is helped. Because I have celiac im still trying to find gf foods that I like, and its even hard to afford, so something like this would be a really cool thing to try.