SnackSack March 2018 Subscription Box Review & Coupon – Vegan

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SnackSack is a monthly subscription service that sends boxes filled to the brim with a combination of organic, non-GMO, gluten-free, all-natural, vegan and fair-trade snacks to your door every month!

SnackSack now offers two new subscriptions – SnackSack Vegan and SnackSack Gluten-Free! Regular SnackSack are still priced at $22 per month, while the new SnackSack Vegan and SnackSack GF will be available for $24 per month.

Plans are also offered in 6-month and 12-month options, plus they now ship to Canada!

Everything arrives stacked neatly in the box. This is a review of the SnackSack Vegan.

DEAL: Get 10% off the entire lifetime of your subscription with coupon code HELLO or use coupon code HELLO20 to save 20% on your entire plan!

Each month the box arrives with a list of its contents. Snack Sack makes it easy to find the gluten-free, vegan, and non-GMO snacks at a glance. Snack Sack sends between 11-15 snacks a month and they now list a suggested retail price.

Everything in my box!

First, a SnackSack tote bag where you can stash all your snacks and treats!

Plantain Strips With Sea Salt ($1.87) This snack is made with hand selected plantains, non-hydrogenated palm oil, and sea salt. It has no preservatives and it’s also gluten free. The sea salt was just mild and the plantain slices are quite fulfilling! It’s high in fiber too!

It’s ideal as a lunchbox snack or as a side dish, you can even serve it with guacamole or salsa dip!

Grounded Snacks Pink Himalayan Salt Red Rice & Quinoa Tortilla Chips ($1.44) It’s a whole grain snack, lightly salted with pink Himalayan salt and highlighted with nutty grain flavors.

It’s as good as I imagined it to be. The crunchiness is just perfect. We ate it out of the bag, but you can also have it with salsa!

Pop Chips Nutter Puffs In Peanut Butter ($1.04) We love peanut butter flavored snacks and this is not an exception. The puffs are made with real peanut butter and each piece melts in the mouth!

This snack is protein-packed and great for on-the-go snacking. It also makes a nice alternative to your usual salty or cheesy puffs. They were absolutely amazing!

Tru Women You’re Mocha Me Cocoa Plant Fueled Protein Powder ($2.50) This classic combo provides coffee and chocolate lovers a velvety smooth, rich shake and a new standard for plant protein powder. It is made with pea protein, cocoa powder, flaxseed powder and stevia extract. It’s also non-GMO, gluten, and kosher certified!

Chinook Seedery In Dill Pickle ($1.27) Salty but without the salty burn in the mouth, these yummy sunflower seeds make a great outdoor snack for kids and adults. It’s non-GMO and free from trans fat and artificial coloring!

The seeds have easily crackable shells with a crunchy brittle kernel inside. The dill pickle flavoring is not something I would usually choose, but it was surprisingly delicious! I ate the entire bag in a sitting (for science!) and concur – no burning tongue. This brand’s a winner.

Tea Squares Tea Infused Energy Snack ($4) If you love the flavor of tea, you’ll probably love these tea squares too. These are packed with caffeine and i-theanine, which provide you energy to focus and get things done.

Each bite-size square is oven-baked, packed with wholesome puffed millet, crunchy almonds, and flavorful fruits.

Vegetarian Traveller Tri Soy Medley ($6) Savory and protein-rich, this snack contains a mix of edamame, dried soybeans, and roasted soybeans.

The vegetarian toasted bean blend can be eaten on its own or can be used as toppers for your favorite meal like pastas, soups, or salads.

It includes an information card with a $5 off coupon code for your next purchase on Vegetarian Traveler’s online shop.

It’s low in carbohydrates and paleo-friendly too!

The Gluten Free Bar Coconut Cashew Crunch ($1.75) We love having grab-and-go snacks like this energy bar! It’s packed with protein and fiber, thanks to slow roasted cashews with fresh coconut. 

I like the chewy-crispy texture, and the fact that it’s certified vegan and kosher. It’s non-GMO, soy-free, and dairy-free too!

Frooze Balls In Dark Forest ($2.50) Satisfying my chocolate cravings without the guilty feeling, these energy balls are packed with cacao and other plant-based ingredients including raw dates, raisins, sunflower seeds, coconut and peanuts.

Each pack contains 5 pieces of chocolaty cacao balls. They were moist and really filling!

Big Slice Kettle Cooked Apples ($2.80) Apples for snacks are always a good idea! This pack contains big slices of kettle cooked apples with thick appley sauce. It makes a great addition to Greek yogurt and granola, but it’s also tasty by itself. I love that the packaging is travel-friendly too!

Good Karma Dairy Free Flax Milk In Chocolate ($2.50) This one is for those who are looking for a yummy dairy-free milk substitute! It’s made from flax seeds which is a good source of plant based protein. It’s ideal for smoothies and for cereal snacks.

This month’s Snack Sack Vegan Box brings a great combination of fruity, chocolate-y, and savory snack items. Most of them can be enjoyed on-the-go, you can easily stash them in your bag or keep them in your desk drawer for a quick yet satisfying snack. It’s also a great snack discovery subscription if you’re looking for new delicious vegan treats for yourself or for your whole family.

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