FireCreek Snacks Sticks Reviews

Published on October 2, 2021

This FireCreek Snacks Sticks reviews post contains affiliate links and we were given a sample.  If you make a purchase we may be compensated.  All opinions are our own.

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By Alison Chew

FireCreek Snacks Sticks

FireCreek Snacks delivers clean, natural, premium beef and pork sticks directly to your door.

These hickory-smoked meat sticks are made with USA-sourced beef and pork and do not contain artificial ingredients, nitrates, or nitrites.

Best of all, they are all high in protein and low in sugar.  SHOP NOW >>

What We Like

  • USA-sourced premium quality beef & pork
  • Simple, clean ingredients with nothing artificial and no nitrates/nitrites
  • Free shipping on Subscriptions and orders $45+

What We Don’t Like

  • Only 4 flavors
  • Only have meat sticks and do not currently have jerky

How much do FireCreek Snacks Sticks cost?

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FireCreek Snacks sticks are between $1.57 – $2.25 per stick depending on the number of sticks you purchase and if you make a one-time purchase or Subscribe & Save 10%.

Customers who sign up for a Subscription or spend $45+ receive FREE Shipping!

FireCreek Snacks ships to residents across the United States.

Single-Flavor Packs

  • 10 sticks: One-time purchase of $22.50; Subscribe and Save $20.25
  • 20 sticks: One-time purchase of $40; Subscribe and Save $36
  • 80 sticks: One-time purchase of $140; Subscribe and Save $126
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Variety Packs

  • 12 sticks: One-time purchase of $27; Subscribe and Save $24.30
  • 20 sticks: One-time purchase of $45; Subscribe and Save $40.50
  • 80 sticks: One-time purchase of $140; Subscribe and Save $126
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FireCreek Snacks Sticks Reviews

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FireCreek Snacks meat sticks are made with premium beef and pork, born and raised in the USA.  Meat sticks do not contain artificial ingredients or nitrates and are gluten-, soy-, and MSG-free.

Unlike grocery store meat sticks, FireCreek Snacks sticks do not contain sodium nitrate, sodium phosphate, sodium erythorbate, sodium nitrite, maltodextrin, or monosodium glutamate.

FireCreek Snacks sticks come in 4 flavors including Original, Kicker Stix, Teriyaki Stix, and Sweet Heat BBQ Stix.  For our FireCreek Snacks Sticks reviews, we received a 12 stick Variety Pack. SHOP NOW >>

FireCreek Snacks Meat Sticks Unboxing (Review & Coupon)

This box includes 3 of each of the four flavors and can be purchased a la carte for $27 or as a subscription for $24.30.  This comes out to $2.02 – $2.25 per stick.

Our family LOVES meat sticks and we have tried many different brands over the years.  My husband prefers his beef sticks spicey, my son likes them packed with flavor, and I usually prefer the tried and true Original flavor.

And while we don’t always agree on which flavor is best, we do agree that the best meat sticks are those that are free from artificial ingredients and nitrates, and those that are high in protein and low in sugar. SHOP NOW >>

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FireCreek Snacks meat sticks have 7g of protein and are between 100 – 120 calories with less than 4g of sugar per stick.  The Teriyaki flavor has 3g of sugar, the Sweet Heat BBQ has 4g, and the Original Stix and Kicker Stix have only 1g of sugar per stick.

All meat sticks have a bold hickory-smoked flavor with natural seasonings to enhance the meat-forward flavor.  We really enjoyed all four flavors, but the overall favorite was the Sweet Heat BBQ stix.

  • Original Stix:  Have that wonderful hickory-smoked meat flavor with few added spices.
  • Kicker Stix:  These bring the heat toward the end of the first bite, but they aren’t overly spicy (at least not for me).
  • Teriyaki Stix:  We loved the sweetness in these sticks.  They are like the Orginal, but sweeter.
  • Sweet Heat BBQ Stix:  These meat sticks were the family favorite!  They were the perfect combination of sweetness, smokiness, and heat.
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FireCreek Snacks Sticks Reviews: Bottom Line

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FireCreek Snacks delivers clean, natural premium beef and pork sticks directly to your door.  These hickory-smoked meat sticks are made with USA-sourced beef and pork and do not contain artificial ingredients, nitrates, or nitrites.  Best of all, they are all high in protein and low in sugar.

We love that FireCreek Snacks meat sticks are made with premium beef and pork, born and raised in the USA and do not contain artificial ingredients or nitrates, and are gluten-, soy-, and MSG-free.  And they make a great school-safe snack for kids and a healthy snack for adults.

We also like that these meat sticks have 7g of protein and are between 100 – 120 calories with less than 4g of sugar per stick as they fit within many diets, including keto, as a healthy, low-calorie snack.

And while they only offer four flavors and do not currently offer any other meat products, like jerky, we really enjoyed the unique smokey flavor of these meat sticks.

FireCreek Snacks sticks are between $1.57 – $2.25 per stick depending on the number of sticks you purchase and if you make a one-time purchase or Subscribe & Save 10%.  When we compared this price to other high-quality meat sticks that we have reviewed, they are in the middle of the price range.

We recommend FireCreek Snacks meat sticks to anyone looking for a healthy snack free from artificial ingredients, those on a keto or low-carb diet looking for a snack high in protein and low in sugar, and for parents looking for a school-safe snack for their kids. SHOP NOW >>

Enjoy!

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