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December Fit Snack Box Review: Goodbye, 2017!

Fit Snack ended 2017 on a pretty high note. The December Fit Snack Box held a lot: cookies, a full-size jar of peanut butter, and more. Opening up the Fit Snack box is like a present every month, but the gift of tasty snacks to try. Here’s what the December box included:

The December Fit Snack box closed out the year on a high note. Not only did it include a full-size peanut butter jar (!), but it was also packed full of other tasty treats.

Munk Pack Double Dark Chocolate Protein Cookie tasted delicious! Again, Munk Pack needs to put two cookies in a package instead of one big cookie. It’s all too easy to eat this in one sitting.

Vermont Peanut Butter Co. creamy peanut butter ended up becoming a snack with the Saffron Road crackers. It’s really good! While the carb count is higher than I’d like, the peanut butter tastes like a sweet treat. The December Fit Snack box included a full jar. I’m in love.

Nutiva virgin coconut oil sample packs are the right size for squeezing on a baked sweet potato. They taste a little buttery, a nice touch.

KetoWatt Bar made me remember the bar that I disliked greatly in the last Fit Snack box. I hope that the December Fit Snack box is the last time I see these bars. Low carb doesn’t have to be low flavor, but these bars completely are. Next. (I included the link in case you really, really want to buy them.)

BioCoffee 12 Day Supply is something I didn’t try. At first, I was excited to see coffee in the December Fit Snack box. But BioCoffee is caffeine-free. To me, that defeats the purpose of coffee.

Take5 Relax Drink is a 2oz relaxation shot that doesn’t cause drowsiness. I felt like I could use a lot of these during the holiday season.

SmashPack is basically like adult squeezable applesauce, but with whey protein added. I tossed it in my gym bag to have as a post-WOD snack and felt like a kid eating it. They’re also gluten-free, a nice bonus for those that try to limit gluten in their diets.

Saffron Road cracked pepper lentil crackers (gluten-free!) have a kick to them. They’re great alone or with the aforementioned peanut butter (I was hungry!)

As always, Fit Snack included a card explaining what each item is, plus discount codes and a workout you can do with minimal equipment. With all the resolutioners in the gym, bodyweight workouts may be sanity-saving until the crowds die down. I’ll be posting a bodyweight workout you can do with zero equipment later this week.

Until then, if you haven’t signed up for Fit Snack, give it a try:

fitsnack.com/cprun

And if you have, what was your favorite item in the December Fit Snack box? What would you like to see more of? Personally, I think you can never go wrong with beef jerky.

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