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Our Exclusive Recipes Featured at NatureBox.com

NatureBox is an amazing site where we are happy to contribute some of our favorite recipes. The folks over at NatureBox are focused on helping people find the healthiest, best-for-them snacks possible, and you know we love a good, healthy snack! Primarily, they do so by sending a box full of healthy, delicious snacks to their clients in a monthly subscription box. Their all-natural food combinations are a great way to start a healthy-eating journey. They also share great recipes on their blog for those who want to make their own healthy foods at home. We love what they’re doing to encourage eating more healthfully, and hope our recipes provide you with a little inspiration.

Click through each link to discover our exclusive recipes for NatureBox. You may just find something you want to make today!

fizzy limeade

Fizzy Limeade

As the summer heat bears down on us, we’re all looking for ways to cool down. Perfect for summer sipping, our Fizzy Limeade will have you cooled and refreshed. Simple to make with just a few steps and ingredients, our limeade can be customized to suit any flavor palette. Mix your favorite sweetener with water and add lime juice and club soda; it’s as easy as that! (more…)

Get Healthy Snacks from NatureBox for You, Give a Meal to Feeding America

I love snacks. I especially love when they are healthy and tasty. But have you ever, like me, gone into the kitchen for a snack, opened the cupboards and fridge, and turned away dejectedly, only to return and do the same thing in five minutes? Or, worse yet, grabbed whatever was closest to munch on no matter how unhealthy it was? Enter NatureBox here to help.

NatureBox is a service that sends a package of nutritious snacks to your door every month. No more trouble finding a snack when afternoon hunger strikes, you need to grab something on your way out the door, or dinner isn’t ready yet and you need a nibble to tide you over.

But as its name implies, NatureBox doesn’t send candies or brownies or anything of the sort, they pick five different, minimally processed foods each month to keep their subscribers guessing. Standard fare looks something like bags of dried fruit, interesting combinations of granola, and flavored nuts and seeds. Some of the snacks are unusual, but all look worth a try, like Garden Tomato Crunchies, Big Island Dried Pineapple, Roasted Umami Nuts, and Country Ranch Peas. Each box contains fifteen to twenty servings. (more…)