This Autism-Friendly Box Makes Life Sweeter, Plus There’s Chocolate

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Disclosure: I received a Pamper Me Pantry box in support of this review. No money compensation was given and all opinions are my own. Please note this blog does not provide medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Please consult with your healthcare practitioner.

The pretty red box from the Pamper Me Pantry cheers me just looking at it. Shipped directly to my door, it’s the project of the Autism Hope Alliance, a nonprofit group springing from the natural food industry. Inside I find a harvest of products curated for autism families, like grain-free snacks, dairy-free macaroni and cheese, a soothing spray for hair and body, digestive enzymes, and soap made of coconut and olive oil.

Because food is the best thing ever, I focus on three chocolate items. The chocolate marshmallow grain and seed bars from Enjoy Life are perfect for grab-and-go treats. The 55% cacao chocolate bar from Lakanto is vegan and zero-glycemic, sweetened with monkfruit. I share the thick, hand-sized double-chocolate Know Better Cookie from Know Foods with my chef neighbor without telling him it’s “healthy.” He eats a bite, mumbles, “chocolate, coconut,” and takes the whole thing for himself.

The red boxes can be bought as a one-off or a subscription. And what’s the best part? AHA says the money goes back to autism families who need support. The Pamper Me Pantry ( is another example of autism families helping each other, making often-long days shine just a little brighter.  It’s a present that keeps giving after it’s gone.

If you’d like to sample one as well, you can use promo code PAMPER10 for 10% off your order. Let me know what you think!

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Christina Adams is an American award-winning writer, journalist, author and speaker. She and her work have been featured by National Public Radio, The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times, LA Times Magazine, Gulf News, Khaleej Times, Dubai One, GOOD, Open Democracy, OZY, Autism File, Global Advances in Health and Medicine, Her book Camel Crazy: A Quest for Miracles in the Mysterious World of Camels explores the scientific and cultural importance of camels and their milk. Her book A Real Boy… Her book A Real Boy (Berkley/Penguin) reveals the world of autism and her son’s early intervention. Her series “Autism and Beyond” airs on Autism Live at An expert on autism and camel milk, she advises families and scientists from many countries. She enjoys connecting with people from all cultures.

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