Last week I got a package in the mail…


From YUMVELOPE!  Yummy stuff in an envelope.  Get it?  😛

I’ve seen these monthly subscription services popping up all over the place and I think the concept is pretty cool.  Depending on where you live it could be a huge deal to have access to health food products that ordinarily you’d never find in your local grocery store.


These Snackle Mouth granola nut clusters were my favorite item in the bunch.

Side note: how much do you love the box design?  So creepy!  Ha!


I was expecting a hard crunchy brittle, but it wasn’t like that at all.  The clusters were soft and chewy – like partially cooked cookie bits. 

Honestly, it was like someone broke apart an oat cookie and reserved all the dried fruit and nut fillings so there was a little cookie dough still coating each piece.  They were the perfect amount of sweet, and thanks to the combo of brown rice syrup and agave, my gut tolerated the fructose. 

I ate them plain, but I bet they’d be great on ice cream, yogurt, or mixed into oatmeal.  I will definitely be searching for these in the store.  Thank you Yumvelope for introducing me to Snackle Mouth!


The only negative thing I can say about the clusters is the serving size.  Five!?!  Uh.  Yeah right.  The box isn’t that big.  Try one.  Maaaaybe two. 

I haven’t tried any of the other products yet.  I gave the Surf Sweets gummies to a girlfriend and Kyle got the Glee gum (since I’m still going strong without the stuff).

If you’re interested, you can find out more about Yumvelope here.  $21 gets you a large padded envelope filled with six products, including snacks, drinks, desserts, and chocolates. 

Moving on.


I figured out how to eat the Speculoos cookie butter. 🙂


Kyle bought this for me as a surprise.  Isn’t he sweet!!?  I had mentioned wanting to try Stonyfield’s Oikos frozen yogurt once before and he remembered. 

I am a big fan of Stonyfield because  (a) they are organic and (b) I heard the (former) CEO, Gary Hirshberg, speak once and he really impressed me.


So how was it?  Exactly like nonfat greek yogurt, but frozen.  It had a subtle tangy flavor that I didn’t think would translate once frozen (and was wrong about).  It was also really soft!  I’m used to setting frozen things out on the counter for a few minutes to thaw before I’m able to scoop into them but that wasn’t at all necessary with this.  It wasn’t the least bit icy or hard.  Yum!


So far, I’ve only had it with cookie butter mixed in, but I can’t wait to try it in a smoothie (or milk shake).  Topped in banana slices…or granola clusters…mmmm…

And there are more flavors to try too!  Which next, blueberry or chocolate?

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Comments (25)

  1. chelsey @ clean eating chelsey

    I cannot be trusted around any kind of granola type snack. Those look delicious!

  2. Lindsay @ Lindsay's List

    Just dropping in to tell you that I read everyday on my phone but don’t comment. I’m an Elise creeper.

  3. Sarah

    Oh yum I think I would really like the frozen greek yogurt!

  4. GetSkinny GoVegan

    The snack looked good until agave was second ingredient!! Wish more of these places would just start using dates!

  5. Sara

    This is only the second time I have heard of this frozen yogurt and I can’t wait to try it! Going on my grocery list as we speak…

  6. Erin

    I just about keeled over at the title of this post. I’ve never heard of Yumvelopes but could they have picked a cuter word? Mercy!

    So do I purchase the yo? Sounds like I do. And I could justify consuming the entire pint 🙂 P.S. I am cowface

  7. Elise (Post author)

    yes. and yes. because the entire pint is only 400 kcals. thats like nothing! justify away lover.

  8. Elise (Post author)

    i know! or maple syrup. its probably less expensive and not problematic for the FODMAPs or fructose malabsorption folks. awareness first…policy to follow…

  9. Elise (Post author)

    hahaha…arent we all creepers? i rely on reader for my LL…although i felt semi dumb when i read your post and realized i need to put down my phone on the weekend.

  10. Katie @ Peace Love & Oats

    haha I can’t buy granola, I eat it all at once!

  11. Abby @ Abz 'n' Oats

    Yeah…those clusters would be demolished in my presence. lol. Sounds so good! 🙂

  12. Caralyn @ glutenfreehappytummy

    Oh my gosh, those Snackle Mouth bites look and sound delicious! And you’re right about the box…the first thing i thought was—that’s kinda fun-house-freaky :/…haha…and earnest bars are delicious! they make a fabulous chocolate PB one — never had the cran lemon zest. Thanks for sharing your great envelope of goodies!

  13. Lisa

    Dang Canada, can they please get on the trends faster. Still no chobani over here or organic frozen yogurt. Try blueberry next! I think that flavour sound good

  14. Lou

    I’m confused – does your stomach handle yoghurt? Looks YUM anyhow!

  15. Sunnie (moderngirlnutrition.wordpress)

    Can’t wait to try SnackleMouth! Right now I’m hooked on Galaxy Granola, but this looks delicious!

  16. Gillian

    As someone who picks out the clusters in granola I need some snackle mouth!!

  17. Carly

    Don’t you have the granola serving sizes? They are always so small! and yes, that box definitely has a creepy factor, but the granola still looks yummy(:

  18. Crystal

    Just signed up for my first Yumvelope delivery! Hope I get some good stuff!

  19. Elise (Post author)

    yay! me too 🙂

  20. Elise (Post author)

    its so silly. serving sizes in general bother me.

  21. Elise (Post author)

    you have good taste 🙂

  22. Elise (Post author)

    i love galaxy granola!!!

  23. Elise (Post author)

    small amounts…are tolerable…but not great…greek yogurt is actually okay most of the time. but it does just me some reflux.

  24. Elise (Post author)

    totally fun house carnival esque!

  25. Lou

    Yeah, I’ve worked out that my gut does NOT like 2 cups of chickpeas in one sitting. Moderation, Lou, moderation. Ha.

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