Vegan Cuts Snack Box July 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.

It comes in a simple box. Last month, we had a list of items, but not this month.

Everything in the box!

Go Macro Protein Decadence Dark Chocolate and almonds. I have tried the Cherries and Berries one before and I really liked it! To the point that I’ve never tried other flavor, because they weren’t cherries (I’m addicted to cherries). It’s soft and chewy, without being overly sweet, but it’s satisfying for the taste buds and filling. It contains 10g of proteins for 270 calories.

Zego Seed + Fruit Bar – Fudgy Chocolate. On top of being a vegan bar, it’s also free of the top 14 allergens and it’s process in a facility “Free From”. It’s soft, with the sweetness coming from the dates and sorghum syrup. So it’s fruity sweet instead of just sweet. This bar also contains chia seeds for a boost of omega-3.

Hippeas – Vegan White Cheddar. Puffed treats! They were long, like your usual puffed cheesy treats, but light and not oily on the fingers. I’m not sure I would have guessed the flavor, but it was tasty and not just salty.

Buddha Bowl Foods – Himalayan Pink Organic Popcorn. Light popcorn with only organic coconut oil, organic popcorn and Himalayan pink salt. It’s not too greasy on the fingers, so it’s almost the perfect snack when I work at the computer, and perfect with a good book.

Pasta Chips Garlic Olive Oil. More of a cracker than chips, these reminded me of pita chips. They are light with a strong garlic flavor.

Hungry Bhudda Coconut Jerky. Soft and chewy pieces of coconut, it has a really nice heat from the jalapeno, but with the freshness of the lime.

They are quite tasty, if you like coconut.

Nairn’s Gluten-Free Oat Grahams. They are so good! I love graham crackers, but I always find them too sweet after a while, and the sweetness on these is turned down a bit. I like graham crackers with nut butter for a quick afternoon pick me up.

Sheffa Pink Salt Dark Chocolate Granolabar. This bar has a nice little crunch thanks to the puffed brown rice, and the salt really brings out the dark chocolate flavor.

Rule Breaker Birthday Cake. Free from the top 8 allergens and processed in a dedicated gluten-free and allergen-free bakery, the first ingredient is Chickpeas! It also has white chocolate and date paste.

Bob’s Red Mill Nutritional Yeast. I love the flavor of nutritional yeast and it’s a great way to add some of the needed vitamins B that a vegan diet sometimes is missing. I love to roll tofu strips in olive oil and coat them with nutritional yeast before baking them or to add it to popcorn with a drizzle of rosemary olive oil. It has a very pleasant cheesy flavor, almost nutty.

Rawfusion protein shake. A protein powder that contains Leucine, Isoleucine, and Valine, in a vanilla flavor. You can either mix it with your favorite beverage or add it to your baking goods for a protein boost.

Love Grown Chocolate Comet Crispies. It’s like chocolate rice crispies but made with bean blends (navy beans, lentils, and garbanzo beans). They are crunchy, not too sweet, and I find them quite tasty with some soy milk. One container has only 100 calories with 3g of protein. I’m not into sweets for breakfast, but they are fine as a snack or a fun dessert.

Munk Pack Blueberry Acai Flax Oatmeal Fruit Squeeze. A portable oatmeal! I love oatmeal in almost every form, and I was on the lookout for something to switch up my daily applesauce snack. It’s really nice to throw in the backpack!

I really enjoy my Vegan Cuts Snack Box as it introduces me to a lot of new to me delicious snack. I loved the variety that we got this month with a nice balance between sweet and savory, and the different type of textures!

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

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