Review – Cave Cravings Snack Box!

Cave Cravings, a convenient paleo-friendly snack box company reached out to me to see if I’d be willing to review their product, and I jumped at the opportunity! I had no idea what to expect inside my little cave box, but was thrilled when it arrived and was full of yummy-ness.

Inside: two packages of Miniature Coco-Roons from Wonderfully Raw, Lemon Pie and Vanilla Maple, two packages of Sophia’s Survival Food Jerky Chews, Original and Mild, 2 Bearded Brothers energy bars in Radical Raspberry Lemon and 2 Bearded Brothers Chews, 1 in Ginger Peach and 1 in Maca Chcoloate and 2 Original Caveman Cookies.IMG_3435

The box included an information card highlighting the features of each product. My absolute favorite part about this snack box is that not only is it convenient, it included several paleo-friendly/primal-friendly small companies that I’d never heard of, that clearly make food with quality ingredients. I LOVED trying the Bearded Brothers energy bars – and will definitely purchase them in the future, they were like a flavorful, gooey little fig newton bar, score! I’d also never heard of Sophia’s Survival Food Jerky Chews, and they’re exactly what you’d want in grass-fed jerky! I really liked that they’re in bite-size pieces so as not to kill my teeth ripping the jerky apart (although this would be very cave-esque). I have always been a fan of Coco-Roons, but hadn’t had the miniature size, perfect for a quick bite-size snack, and we keep Caveman Cookies in the house regularly!

All quality food products from great small companies working to make a difference, combined into one snack-box for your variety and convenience by Cave Cravings! You can find Cave Cravings on Facebook and at their website to sign up for their box delivery service. In addition, I’ve included photos of all of the products in this box, and their ingredients below for your review.

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Fun Sunday Finds!

Seth and I had a lot of errands to run today, and while we’re out I always have my eye open for fun things that will save time or add convenience to my life. Here is what I found today: a honey dipper (for our raw honey, so much easier than a spoon), salad hands (for tossing salads, since we eat them almost every day), and a handy produce saver:

I don’t refrigerate near as much produce as I once did (it depletes nutrients, especially in red fruits/veggies), but those I do refrigerate, will now last longer. This handy little gadget turns the ethylene gas produced by refrigerated produce into water vapor, so they last longer. It has a little guage on it, lasts about 3 months, but will tell you when it needs to be replaced.

The salad hands-well, I have never used them, but I’ve been running out of spoons, LOL!

Honey dipper, well it just makes getting honey out of the jar, that much easier (sorry, Pooh, I can’t dip with my “paws”).

I love things that make cooking easier. I often say, “oh no, spoons are fine,” etc… but then I actually buy what I should be using and am always pleasantly surprised by the convenience and time-saving. So worth it!