Big news subscription box fans, there is a new gluten free dairy free box in town thanks to Send Me Free From. I have been on the hunt for a decent gluten free one for a while now but hadn’t had any luck until now. Subscriptions boxes are a fantastic way of discovering new products and the Send Me Free From service even offers a vegan option – happy days for all you gluten free vegans out there! Read on for more details about the box and to find out how you can bag yourself a discount through My Gluten Free Guide.
Send Me Free From sent me one of their monthly subscription boxes to try and I was seriously impressed. The box is full of artisan products from smaller producers, making it the perfect way to discover new gluten free brands. If you fall in love with any of the products you can then purchase them on www.sendmefreefrom.com – muuuuuch easier than trying to track them down in the shops.
The Send Me Free From box only costs £15 per month and you don’t have to commit to any pesky contracts. PLUS the Send Me Free From team are offering My Gluten Free Guide readers a special 10% discount when you sign up using code “mygfguide10” at www.sendmefreefrom.com/subscriptions.
This month’s box was full of lots of yummy goodies – below is a full run down of what I received.
Aaaaaaall the Goodies
Chika’s Plantain Crisps
I am a massive plantain fan and was stoked to find these in the box. Chika’s are a great brand and these plantain chips were inspired by a popular Nigerian street food. They are really yummy and a fab alternative to crisps as they are far lower in salt, a good source of potassium and low in saturated fat. They are also palm oil-free, which is a big bonus!
Elvira’s Secret Pantry Chocolate & Pumpkin Cake
A munchable little cake from this artisan bakery based in South London. Their products are all gluten free, dairy free and yeast free. Elvira’s focus on the use of seasonal produce and traditional English recipes in their baking.
Glutenfreegan Vanilla Cake Mix
I’m looking forward to doing some quick home baking with this gluten free, dairy free, vegan cake mix from this small, family-run business. They even recommend a white chocolate icing recipe to go on top of the cake…yummmm.
Naked & Raw Cacao truffles
Shortlisted in the final of the Great British Food Awards, these chocolates had a big billing. The truffles are gluten free, dairy free and refined sugar free, made with ethically sourced cacao and suitable for diabetics. They are dark chocolate so a couple will quickly satisfy any chocolate cravings.
The Chicken Shed Bee Pollen Chocolate
Guilt-free organic chocolate packaged ethically (vegetable-based inks and recyclable packaging), what’s not to love. The packaging is very cool and the gluten free, dairy free, refined sugar free chocolate inside tastes lush. A beautiful dark chocolate bar speckled with globes of bee pollen and flavoured with honey.
How to Get Your Mitts on a Send Me Free From Box
What a selection of gluten free goodies – I can’t wait to see what next month’s box has in store for me. For more information on Send Me Free From visit their website www.sendmefreefrom.com. To order your own gluten free Send Me Free From box head to the subscription page www.sendmefreefrom.com/subscriptions. And don’t forget to use code “mygfguide10” for your 10% discount!
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