Vegan Cuts Snack Box January 2018 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.

Kala Sea Saolt & Vinegar Crunch. Fava beands are now one of my favorite peanut replacement. They are crunchy, and these ones had a very pleasant acidity.

Organic Curlz – Broccoli. They are made with organic chickpeas and lentils with a broccoli flavor. They melt in the mouth and they would be the perfect size for kids. I didn’t care for them myself, but I’m not a toddler!

Zellee Organic Gruit Jel – Orange Peach I was first weirded out by the gel consistency (I know, it’s written right on the package!) Maybe because I was hoping for more of a compote than gel. But after the first taste, it was quite good! The flavor is strong on the orange, with a nice balance from the peach. I had it at room temperature and it was nice. Somehow refreshing!

La Colombe Coconut Mocha A nice refreshing cold mocha made with coconut milk instead of dairy. It’s made to be drank from the can as it gets foamy and creamy from the nitro caplet.

Four Sigmatic Mushroom Hot Cacao Mix. It can be mixed with hot water or hot milk of your choice. The mushroom taste was not overwhelming, and the chocolate was not too sweet. It can also be added to a shake for a boost of energy.

Still A New Leaf Tea. A nice blend of gunpowder green tea, yerba mate, peppermint and lemongrass. It quite refreshing.

Salazon Chocolate – Dark Chocolate with Sea Salt. A good little chocolate treat with a hint of salt to balances the bitterness from the dark chocolate.

Baobest – Baobites peach mango. Little cube of chewy fruit. They were not as soft as I’m used to for that kind of snacks, but they were tasty and delicious. It’s made of apple, peach and mango concentrate and organic baobab fruit powder. It was really good, and I need more right now.

Made in Nature – Figgy Pop Cranberry Pistachio Supersnacks. They were sooooo good! But I love cranberries by themselves, sooo. It was sweet, chewy, with plenty of seeds for some pop, and I just love them. They are rolled in coconut flakes for extra flavor.

Pure Goodness Whole Food Supermeal – Natural Vanilla. A meal replacement with superfood such as pumpkin seeds, flax seeds, quinoa, chia seeds, coconut, almond, kale, avocado and pomegranates. It is sweetened with stevia. I don’t really care for the vanilla flavor, or the stevia aftertaste.

Keto and Co – Dry Riced Cauliflower. I love cauliflower, but I’ve never tried them riced, less so in dry format! Add water, olive oil and a pinch of salt, microwave for 3-4 minutes, stir and rest. Easy and tasty!

Forager Project – Chipotle BBQ Greens Vegetable Chips. Crunchy, with a nice smoky bbq flavor.

Mini Pops Air Popped Sorghum – Butter. It looks like tiny popcorn, tastes like it, and it’s delicious! I’m happy to only had received a small bag, because they are way too easy to eat! I love them!

Vegetarian Traveler Toasted Bean Blend – Pepita & Soy-pea Medley.

My first thought was that this was a package of spices! I added them to my yogurt with dried cranberries and it was delicious!

I love this month’s Vegan Cut! I like the variety of snacks we received, old favorites and new items I’ve never tried before, and I like trying drinks as well. I had a couple of favorites this month, such as the mini pops, the figgy pops, the baobites and the fava snacks. But everything was fun and delicious!

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

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