Starbucks. No, we're not like that couple from Best in Show, flipping through J Crew catalogs, but we do enjoy Starbucks' strong coffee and yummy treats. So of course when I heard through Mom Central Consulting that Starbucks has introduced a new line of Bistro Boxes, for when you're hungry for something other than cookies and scones, I was eager to try them.
I like that Starbucks has branched out into products other than coffee, and the new Bistro Boxes are worth a trip into the store in their own right.
Surprisingly, Starbucks Bistro Boxes include 3 vegetarian options (I really hope they add more), like the Sesame Noodles box, which was enjoyed by the Mister.
Both calories and cost are great with the Bistro Boxes--under 500 and under $7 respectively. I had the Protein Bistro Box, which seemed more like a snack to this nursing mama than a meal.
The Bistro Boxes seem pretty popular already, as there weren't many left in our nearby location, even around lunch time. I'd recommend eating early, which is not usually a problem for me.
Disclosure: I wrote this review while participating in a campaign by Mom Central Consulting on behalf of Starbucks Bistro Boxes and received a gift card to facilitate my review and thank me for taking the time to participate.