SnackSack April 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.

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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!

Hippeas Organic Chickpea Puffs ($0.75) These are vegan chickpea puffs made with chickpea and rice flour, sunflower oil, seasonings, and pea hull fiber. It is certified gluten-free, non-GMO, and kosher.

Hippeas puffs are so light and crunchy. It also contains a high amount of fiber and is a great source of protein too.

LYNQ Cocoa Motion Chocolate Superfood Blend ($3) It’s a superfood blend which can be enjoyed hot or cold. Each sachet is packed with a combination of 12 fruits and vegetables, making it a good source of iron, calcium, and fiber.

We received two sachets of the superfood.

One is chocolate-flavored, while the other is in plain Fruit & Veggie!

You can drink these either hot or cold. Just mix well with water or other preferred drinks and enjoy.

Bakery On Main Gluten-Free Granola In Cranberry Almond Maple Flavor ($0.60) Fruits and nuts make such healthy munchies. This one is even flavored with cranberry, almond, and maple. It’s low in saturated fat and also low in sodium.

The bag includes almonds, pecans, walnuts, sesame, beans that look like cornflakes, cashew nuts, brazil nuts, and raisins. You can also add milk to it for an instant breakfast meal.

Awsum Snacks Corn Puffs In Vanilla ($0.97) Sweet minus the guilt, this light and crunchy baked corn puff snack is flavored with vanilla.

They look like regular corn puffs, but they’re way healthier because they’re non-GMO and they don’t contain any artificial flavors, colors, or high fructose corn syrup. They do basically taste like Capn Crunch.

Fruitkies Coconut Guava Bar ($0.94) We love healthy snack bars, and this one is quite unique because it’s a blend of guava and unsweetened coconut. This snack is certified non-GMO, gluten-free, vegan, kosher, soy-free, and dairy-free.

It’s sweet but not overwhelmingly so. This makes a great breakfast snack and a healthy alternative for sugary candy

Angie’s Boom Chicka Pop In Sweet & Salty Kettle Corn ($0.52) Composed of 100% whole grains, this delicious kettle corn snack is rich in flavor, plus it’s gluten-free, all-natural, and non-GMO too. These are popped in sunflower oil and flavored with sugar and salt.

It’s the perfect mix of sweet and salty. They tasted fresh too.

Partake Foods Sweet Potato Millet Mini Cookies ($5) The bite-sized cookies are packed in a nice box. They are made with ancient grains, fruits, and vegetables.

The taste is simpler than the usual cookies. It’s only a bit sweet, but it has a nice crunch. It would be an ideal lunchbox snack for the kids. These cookies are free from the top 8 allergens too, which includes soy, eggs, dairy, and nuts.

Pop Zero Healthy Popcorn ($1.50) As the name suggests, this is a guilt-free popcorn since it uses a special algae oil and is flavorful but does not contain unwanted fats.

It definitely calls for a movie night. The popcorn is light and non-greasy, plus it tastes simply amazing.

P-Nuff Crunch Baked Peanut Puffs ($1.07) Another puffed snack in the box is baked and flavored with peanut. It’s salty and sweet at the same time, with a crunchy texture that is really satisfying.

This baked peanut puff treat is rich in protein, perfect for those who are looking for a yummy way to help maintain their muscle mass. We didn’t think it was as tasty as the other brands currently making the rounds, though.

Bob’s Red Mill organic Oatmeal In Pineapple Coconut ($2.33) Uniquely flavored with pineapple and coconut, this organic oatmeal can be ready for breakfast in as fast as 3 minutes. It contains flax and chia seeds, and vegan-friendly too.

It’s nice to have in handy whether at home or at work, for those days when you need to grab a quick breakfast. It’s rich in fiber and it even contains flax and chia seeds which are rich in Omega-3.

Paleo Vegan Jana Banana The Original Banana Bar ($1.16) This snack bar is rich in ripe banana flavor and packed with resistant starch so it keeps your stomach healthy.

The banana bar is moist and creamy, plus it’s really filling!

Healthy Warrior Chia Bar In Apple Cinnamon ($1.24) When apple and cinnamon are combined, you know it’s always going be a good snack. This apple-cinnamon flavored chia bar is a 100-calorie super food full mini-meal that contains natural and real ingredients that keeps you full until your next meal.

It’s  jampacked with grains, nuts, and other plant-based ingredients. It easily satisfies hunger, without being overly sweet.

We love SnackSack because of their healthy and yummy snack offerings. This box contains vegan treats, but even those who are not vegans will find them appealing. The snacks are also bite-sized and travel-friendly, making them easier to keep in your pocket, purse, or desk drawer. Our favorites are the popcorns and the fruit and nut granola, but everything else tasted great. We’re satisfied and we can’t wait to discover more healthy snacks through SnackSack!

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