Nick’s Stick’s Review

 

Nick’s Stick’s Review and Giveaway

Nicks Sticks PhotoJason has been patiently wanting meat sticks and cheese for quite sometime and the truth of the matter is that I have never really given meat turned into sticks much thought. I was under the impression that they were a conglomeration of random meat by products and other mystery meats – I could not have been more wrong!

Nicks Stick’s was generous enough to send us one each of 4 flavors to try including; Grass Fed Beef, Spicy Beef, Free-Range Turkey and Spicy Turkey.  This is a simple snack that is as versatile as it is delicious and the beauty in these little sticks is their simplicity. Made of simple ingredients such as meat, water, (jalapeño in the spicy blends), Redmond seasoned salt, lactic acid and celery juice, that’s IT!

Nicks Sticks's Full ProductOf the four varieties we received our favorite was Grass Fed Beef. The stick is solid and many times sticks can be dry and very chewy but these are tender, moist and fresh. The spicy flavors have a small kick to them but they are not over powering spicy. The turkey flavor is also very moist and tender and the spicy is not an overpowering type of spicy.

Nick’s Sticks is named after the founding farmer, Nick Wallace. Nick, after surviving lymphoma, was inspired and his interest in natural foods became a passion and thus founded Wallace Farms. The grass fed beef used has nearly 5 times more Omega-3 then conventionally raised beef. The meat is healthy therefore the sticks are pure and healthy.

If you have a meat stick lover in your house I urge you to check out Nick’s Sticks – I promise you will not be disappointed.

For more information about Nicks Sticks or to purchase, click here

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Let me start by saying that the products featured in this post were provided to me free of charge courtesy of Nicks Sticks. This post may have affiliate links but this in no way will influence the review to follow and all opinions are my own.

GIVEAWAY: Nick’s Sticks is offering a 12 pack of sticks to my readers!  (1) lucky winner will be selected at random to this 12 pack assortment of meat sticks . I will be randomly choosing 1 person on August 24 (8/24/2015) to receive dozen of meat sticks!  Open to residents in the US only. To enter complete the entries below! Winner will be notified by me by email and prize will be fulfilled by Nick’s Sticks! Remember you have 48 hours to claim prize, or I will choose another winner. GOOD LUCK!!!

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75 thoughts on “Nick’s Stick’s Review

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  2. Barrie

    I will take Nick’s Sticks when the teen and I take road trips to prevent mindless food!

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  3. Mike BirdEye

    I’d take Nick’s Sticks to work
    I’d take Nick’s Sticks to play
    I’d take them everywhere
    so I could snack on them all day

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  4. Kelly Nicholson

    Where will you take Nick’s Sticks?

    unless it’s camping or fishing,i will eat them at home ha ha..thanks

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  5. Amie George

    I would keep them in my purse so I can just grab one out as a snack when I am on the run.

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  6. Annamarie V

    We love to take road trips and one of our favorite road foods is beef sticks, we are planning a trip to the Oregon coast that’s were we would take Nick’s sticks.

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  7. Angelica

    I’d take them on my outdoor adventuring. Hiking, fishing, dog-parking, etc. 🙂

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  8. Richard Brandt

    I’m getting my Nick’s Sticks together and taking them on the road.

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  9. Allyson Bossie

    Oh these will go hunting with me. Nothing like a quick filling snack to eat quietly in the woods

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  10. Cindy S.

    Nick’s Sticks are perfect for road trips! We drive to Vegas from Tucson and snacks like these are a must-have!

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  11. Jesselyn A/Jesstinger

    Bike rides, long car trips, flights and my Honey/Hubby will take to work for snacks (if he doesn’t polish them off o the way first!)

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