Revive Superfoods Review

Published on January 21, 2021
Last modified on June 14, 2021

This Revive Superfoods review contains referral links and if you make a purchase we may be compensated.  All opinions are our own.

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By Alison Chew

Reviewed by Rebecca Housh, MS, RDN

Revive Superfoods Review

Revive Superfoods wants to take the hard work out of leading a healthy lifestyle through their convenient smoothies, super-meals, acai bowls, and oats bowls.  All items arrive frozen and can be made in under 5 min offering an easy way to bring nutritious and delicious food into your day.   I’m always looking for quick, healthy meals and wanted to give Revive Superfoods a try.  Save 55% off your first box with code CHE1070170

What We Liked

  • Not just smoothies!  They also have oat bowls, acai bowls, falafel pops, and super-meals
  • New user discount makes trying Revive Superfoods very cost-effective (Save 55% off your first box now! with code CHE1070170)
  • Ship to US and Canada
  • Healthy and easy to make

What We Didn’t Like

  • Small portion sizes for some items
  • Subscription required (but it’s easy to cancel)
  • Directions very small on containers

Revive Superfoods Smoothies Review

For our Revive Superfoods reviews, we tried several different smoothies, three super meals, two soups, one oat bowl, and the falafel balls.  Save 55% off your first box with code CHE1070170

Revive Superfoods Unboxing by MealFinds

The first item we tried was the Revive Superfoods smoothie.  As you can see from the video below these cups are packed full of superfoods and are “super” easy to make.  My favorite flavor was the Pink Dragon followed by the Acai Twist as both offered a not-to-sweet refreshing fruity flavor.  With 15 smoothie recipes to choose from you are almost guaranteed to find a favorite.  Watch us make a Revive Superfoods smoothie in around 1 min. Save 55% off your first box with code CHE1070170

Revive Superfoods Smoothie How-To by MealFinds

What are the Revive Superfoods Smoothie Flavors?

Revive has 16 smoothie flavors for you to choose from.

  • Best Revive Superfoods Smoothies:  Strawberry Zen, Pink Dragon, Acai Twist (we just love the berry flavors!), and Pinalada
  • Least Favorites: Clean & Green and Coconut Cream both use stevia, a natural sweetener, that for me leaves a bit of an aftertaste
  • Surprises:  If you like chocolate and mint, try the “Hint of Mint”.  There is way more than just a hint of mint and you get little cocoa nibs in every slurp!
  • Save 55% off your first box with code CHE1070170

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Revive Superfoods Review: Super Meals

Next, we tried the Revive Superfoods super meals.  Like the smoothie, they were easy to make.  Simply take the cup out of the freezer, heat up a pan, pour the whole thing in and stir.  About 4 minutes later lunch or dinner is served.

These meals were more flavorful than expected and we really enjoyed the Bean to Baja, the Buddhacado, as well as the Power Pom.  One thing to note is that we found the serving size for these to be on the small side.  My husband could eat 2 (or 3) for lunch or dinner adding to calories and cost.  One super meal cup was perfect for me for lunch, though.  Save 55% off your first box with code CHE1070170

Watch the video below to see how easy it is to make a Revive super meal.

Revive Superfoods Super-Meal How-To

Revive Superfoods Review: Acai Bowls

We also tried an acai bowl.  This Acai Bowl requires no blender and no prep.  It is vegan-friendly, gluten-free, and has no added sugar.  It’s full of pureed acai berries and topped with delicious kiwi, mango, blueberries, raspberries, and coconut!

I had never tried an acai bowl before and while it was easy to make, just defrost in the fridge overnight, it was a bit too fruity and sweet for my taste.  Save 55% off your first box with code CHE1070170

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Revive Superfoods Review: Oats Bowls

The oats bowls are gluten-free, vegan-friendly premade oatmeal bowls.  These oat bowls also have no added sugar!  They could either be thawed in the fridge with your choice of liquid overnight or heated in the microwave.

I tried both the Cheery Cherry and the Berry Patch and thought that they were too fruit-forward and would’ve loved more oats.  I also didn’t love heating up fruit in the microwave and would rather cook my oats first and then add fruit on top. Save 55% off your first box with code CHE1070170

Oat Bowl Flavors: Banana Nut, Berry Patch, Carrot Spice, Pom-Orange, and Cherry-Cherry

Revive Superfoods Review: Falafel Pops

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Revive has just launched Falafel Pops!  These falafel balls are infused with tahini sauce so all you have to do is heat and eat.  You can heat in the microwave for 60-90 seconds or in a 350-degree oven for 10-15 min.

We tried them in the oven and they came out crisp on the outside and moist in the center.  They were not oozing tahini like in the Revive photos, but they tasted wonderful and were not dry like a lot of falafel.  They are perfect for a snack, appetizer, or lunch.  We highly recommend trying them in your next box!

Each falafel cup includes 6 pops for $4.99 to $5.99 depending on your plan. Save 55% off your first box with code CHE1070170

Revive Superfoods Review: Soup

Revive also has soup cups!  Currently, there are two soup flavors including Guajillo Tortilla and Carrot Ginger.  Each soup is $4.99 to $5.99 per cup depending on your plan.

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We tried the Guajillo Tortilla and it was sweet, smokey, and spicy!  This was a flavorful lunch that heated up in the microwave in less than 5 min and had only 190 calories.

TIP:  The instructions say to “add your favorite broth” to the soup before cooking in the microwave or on the stovetop.  We used water and it turned out great.

$4.99-$5.99 for soup is a bit high compared to grocery store soup, but those are loaded with preservatives.  And compared to other companies that offer “soup in a cup” the price is comparable.

How much does Revive Superfoods Cost?

Revive Superfoods start at $4.99 per cup with free shipping.

  • Price
    • 12 cups monthly: $5.49+ per cup or $65.88 per month (or weekly or every other week)
    • 24 cups monthly: $4.99+ per cup or $119.76 per month (or weekly or every other week)
  • Free Shipping
  • Delivery to the US and Canada
  • Coupon: Save 55% off your first box with code CHE1070170

Revive Superfoods Review:  Bottom Line

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Overall, I loved the Revive Superfoods smoothies and super-meals and will be ordering them again.  The smoothies are an easy and healthy breakfast and the super-meals make for a quick, tasty lunch.  I like that the meals can stay in the freezer for a while until you are ready to eat as it cuts down on food waste and you don’t have to stress if you can’t finish them in a hurry.  It’s also another reason to stock up if you have freezer space.

We love the Revive smoothies and have them delivered once a month.  Our favorite flavors are Strawberry Zen, Pink Dragon, and Acai Twist.  We also really like the Buddhacado and Bean to Baja Super Meals as they are a healthy and easy lunch.  The falafel pops are a must-try!  Crisp on the outside and moist in the center.

And while we loved many of the Revive Superfoods meals, we found the portion of the Super Meals to be on the small side and the directions on the containers to be hard to read at times.  Compared to other prepared meal services, the price of Revive smoothies is on the low end.

We recommend using the coupon below to give Revive Superfoods a try for less than $30 for 12 cups (that’s only $2.50 per meal!).  It’s a great deal and allows you to try a bunch of superfood meals with little risk.  Save 55% off your first box with code CHE1070170

Enjoy!

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This post has been reviewed and approved by our dietitian Rebecca Housh, MS, RDN, LDN for nutritional accuracy.
rebecca-housh-ms-rdn-ldn-registered-dietitianRebecca Housh is a registered dietitian based in Chicago, IL. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Human Physiology from Boston University and a Master of Science in Human Nutrition from the University of Illinois in Chicago. Rebecca is passionate about the idea of food as medicine in both preventative and therapeutic care. Her current professional interests lie in food security, food access, and nutrition for chronic disease.

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