Vegan Cuts Snack Box is a monthly vegan food subscription that brings 5-7 organic and vegan treats each month. Each subscription box costs $22.95 monthly, and delivers mostly gluten-free snacks (always vegan!) right to your door step.
The box is filled to the top with healthy treats.
The theme this month is Journey. The information card provides a short description of each items included in this box.
Everything inside our Vegan Cuts Snack Box this May!
High Brew Coffee Black & Bold ($3.75) My husband loves this – it’s just black cold brewed coffee! Dairy free, of course!
Pacific Foods Original Organic Oat Milk ($0.81) Organic oat milk – while I’ve tried many non-dairy milks, oat hasn’t been in my repertoire.
Homefree Crunchy Chocolate Mint Mini Cookies ($1.71) These whole grain, gluten-free and nut-free cookies are super cute! Homefree makes delicious allergen-free cookies and these got packed for kid-lunch!
Lazy Susan’s Cranberry Chocolate Chip Granola: This isn’t so much granola as granola hunks. They are huge and I honestly thought they were cookies. Nice cranberry and almond flavors and a nice contrast against the chocolate.
Made In Nature Cuban Mojo Ancient Grain Fusion ($3.99) I love products like this – they make eating whole-grain foods so much easier! This is a grain and legume pilaf that cooks up in 30 seconds. The cuban mojo flavor uses coconut milk and cilantro plus some nice red pepper and garlic for the sauce on top of a blend of organic red beans, organic brown rice, organic black beans, organic forbidden rice, organic red quinoa canahua, and organic amaranth!
GinnyBakes Peach, Love, & Apple GinnyBar
The box this month included 3 different bars to test out. I admit that I didn’t eat any of them – my kids scarfed them all – so I can say that the flavor is excellent! This is a nice way to sample new vegan brands and determine what styles and flavors of bars you like!
Beanfields Pico De Gallo Bean & Rice Chips ($1.38) Beanitos are constantly in subscriptions, and it’s really hard to tell that they’re made with beans! They pack a great fiber + protein punch and are always appreciated!
EatWhatever Breath Freshener ($0.30) “Eatwhatever is a revolutionary breath freshener, assuring confident kissable breath in two quick steps- swallow a gel, suck on a mint. Unlike other breath fresheners, Eatwhatever works in your stomach AND your mouth. Eatwhatever is all natural, vegan, gluten free and filled with organic oils.”
The part you swallow is parsley and peppermint oil and I guess it’s the same concept as giving a parsley biscuit to your dog! ? Woof.
Vibrant Health Pro-Matcha Chocolate Creme ($0.34) This shake combines Algal, Sacha Inchi, Yellow Pea, and Spirulina proteins with matcha tea (for caffeine = “boosts metabolism”). The card suggests combining the protein with the coffee for a dreamy latte. I’m going to make sure my husband sees that one (but also uses lots of ice to avoid caffeine overload!).
Dang Foods Chili Lime Coconut Chips ($1.77) I love dang chips, but I admit – I think the unflavored ones are the best. I’m not sure if the flavor works for me on any of the flavors. I still eat them, I would just rather have plain!
SkinnyPop Jalapeno Popcorn ($2.38) These aren’t too spicy but I love Skinny Pop and inhaled the bag immediately.
Another great box! I’m always impressed with the variety that Vegan Cuts curates in its snack boxes – and that nearly all the items seem to be new to me!
Have you tried Vegan Cuts Snack Box? Let me know what you thought of the box!
The Description: In the Snack Box get 7-10 vegan, mostly gluten-free products ranging from sweet treats to household products.
The Price: $22.95 per month