Vegan Cuts Snack Box December 2017 Subscription Box Review

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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.

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All the goodies!

Wellness Teas Choice Organic Teas – Rest Assured and Body Stress Relief. Rest Assured is a blend of valerian root, passionflower, catnip leaf and chamomile for a better sleep. Body Stress Relief is a blend of Ashwagandha (helps to balance hormones), meadowsweet, turmeric, elderberry, dandelion leaf and plantain to help your immune system.

Delicious Golden Gluten Free Quick Gravy. A gravy that is gluten-free, fat-free and vegan. I’m never sure how to make a gravy vegan, so this easy and convenient gravy is perfect!

Rice Delights Crisps & Chewy Rice Treat – Lemon Ginger. I love a good gooey marshmallow treat, and this one reminds me of it, but it’s also gluten-free, and made with whole grain. I like the hint of lemon ginger which is not to strong, just enough to add some warming spices. It’s sweet and delicious!

Mini Pops Air Popped Sorghum – Lemon. Thanks to snack boxes, I’ve discovered air popped sorghum and I can’t have enough! They are so tiny and cute little crunchy bits, but somehow softer than popcorn. The lemon taste is not too strong, so you can really taste the nutty flavor of the sorghum.

Stacey & Mom Burdock Root Chips – Original. To be honest, I think this was my favorite treat in this month’s box! I had never tried burdock root before, not even in teas, and this was such a nice discovery! It’s chewy, but soft, but crunchy? It’s such a weird texture, but it’s fun and delicious! I didn’t share.

Endangered Species Chocolate Bark – Almonds & Peanuts. Dark Chocolate mixed with roasted and slightly salted almonds and peanuts. I’ve been told it was good, even though the chocolate flavor was strong compared to the nuts.

Enlightened Roasted Broad Beans – Garlic & Onion. An other favorite this month, these are perfect to satisfy your peanut craving when you can’t eat peanuts. I’ve actually went ahead and bought more… The garlic & onion flavor is subtle, so it won’t give you that garlicky breath!

Sensible Foods – Roasted Edamame. An other snacks that will satisfy your peanut craving! I love edamame, but I had never tried roasted one and it’s gooood! It’s crunchy, nutty, but with a fresh veggie aftertaste. Love it!

Madécasse – Mint Crunch Dark Chocolate. The mint flavor comes from little bits of cocoa nibs flavored with oil mint. I was expecting a more crunchy feel, like sugar crystals, but it’s a nice dark chocolate. The mint helps the tone down the bitterness of the chocolate.

Better than Coffee – 70% Dark Chocolate & Coconut. This is a pure energy bar, with 100mg of caffeine per 25g bar. The bar is smaller than you would expect, so this is not a treat you’ll eat three in a row! I have no problem with coffee, so the caffeine content didn’t affect me much. The chocolate is slightly to bitter for my taste, and I don’t really like coconut flakes.

Kashi Chocolate Almond Sea Salt Granola Bar. It’s chewy, sweet and disappears in no time. Even though the taste is fine, I always find Kashi Granola Bars a bit dry.

OCHO Dark Chocolate PB. Dark chocolate and Peanut Butter. I’ve been told it was quite tasty, sweet but not to much, although it was definitely a candy bar and not something healthier!

Elis Earth Bar – Treasure bar. It has a crunchy peanut butter core with a layer of caramel on top, then covered in milk chocolate. Everything you like is in there! My guinea pig for anything peanut related LOVED it.

Nutiva Organic Hazelnut Spread – Dark and Classic. I love hazelnut spread, and the classic with it’s sweeter and mellower taste was my favorite of the two.

Morsels Snack pack – Dark Chocolate. Little pieces of dark chocolate. No one I got to taste them could say they weren’t made with dairy, so that’s a win!

This box was heavier on peanuts and chocolate than I would like, but I’m one of the weirdos who don’t care for chocolate. I prefer the savory snacks and I loved all of them! The roasted broad bean, the roasted edamame, the lotus root chips and the air popped sorghum were so good that I didn’t mind sharing everything else with my family! Overall, this was a nice box for the Holidays with nuts and chocolates! I really liked this box as it made me discover treats I wouldn’t have known existed before and that I now crave!

Have you tried Vegan Cuts Snack Box? Let me know what you thought of the box!

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