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.
Everything in the box!
Rind Orchard Blend. This is a blend of persimmon, apple and peach. They are dehydrated chewy slices of fruit, with the peel still on, which add an other layer of flavor. They were really good!
Bumble Bloom Classic Organic Apple-Based Honey Alternative. A vegan alternative to honey to sweetened tea or for a sweet and sour tofu or even for vegan baklava treats! It’s made with organic cane sugar, organic apple juice and organic apple cider vinegar.
It tastes like apple, but it has the texture of thick honey, and is a nice fruitier version of honey.
Garden Veggie Chips – Ghosts + Bats Sea Salt. We love veggie chips, and these one these ones have a nice thin texture. They are very crunchy with just a hint of the different flavor from the powdered tomato, spinach and beetroot. These would be awesome to give out at Halloween instead of the usual bag of chips.
Beanitos White Bean Chips. A tasty bean chip that reminded me of thick tortilla chips. They are crunchy, but I found the topping, although tasty, quite powdery. Still a pretty good snack.
R.e.d.d. Peanut Butter Energy Bar. A gluten-free, vegan protein bar (10g) with a bit of caffeine (35mg) for a little boost of energy. It’s soft and chewy, not overly dense.
Popchips – Nutter puffs Peanut Butter. Puffed snacks like you normally grab at the store in some cheesy flavor, but there’s no cheese flavor and it’s covered with peanut butter.
The Soulfull Project Hot Cereal. This is a blend of Rolled oats, red quinoa, chia and flax seeds. And that’s it! No sugar, no other additive or flavoring agent. Just add hot water and it’s ready in 5 minutes. You can add some of the Honey alternative to sweetened it with more flavor, or add cinnamon to your taste. For each serving sold, they are giving a serving to a local food bank.
Unisoy Vegan Jerky – Mild Spicy Flavor. This is a nice snack, but I find the texture a bit rough to get through.
It’s soft, but hard to chew and I feel like I need to chew longer than I should to break it apart. But the taste is nice and spicy.
Biena Chickpea Snacks Rockin’ Ranch. Roasted chickpeas with a delicious ranch taste. I usually find roasted chickpeas a bit too hard for me, but these ones were perfectly crunchy and not hard at all, and were quite tasty.
Sahale Snacks – Pomegranate Flavored Pistachios. Almonds and pistachios, with dried cherries and pomegranate flavored apples.
I was actually surprised by the sweet and lemon flavor that cuts right through the black pepper. It’s good, but I would have preferred a different spice than black pepper, but that’s my personal tastes.
Inca Tea Peruvian Spiced Berry. A herbal fruit tea blend of Hibiscus Petals, Elderberries, Currants, Purple Corn, Apple Pieces, Pineapple Pieces, Cinnamon, Cloves.
Choice Organic Tea – Body Stress Relief. A caffeine free ashwagandha and turmeric blend.
Sheffa Mint Dark Chocolate Granola Bar. That was a nice surprise! It wasn’t too chocolaty, and the puffed rice really gave it a nice crunchy texture, nothing gooey and sticky! I really really liked it!
Bubba’s Fine Foods – Blazzing Buffalo Nana Chips. Banana chips with lots of flavor!
The Real coconut Chocolate Chip cookies. A tasty chocolate chip cookie made with plantain flour.
They are a bit crumbly, but they taste like the real deal.
I always enjoy discovering new treats in my Vegan Cuts Snack box. I like the mix of sweet and salty, and that not everything follow the same taste profile (like having everything chocolate flavor). The Rind fruits were delicious, so were the veggie chips. I was actually surprise by the Honey Alternative as it was really tasty and fixed my “honey” craving!
Have you tried Vegan Cuts Snack Box? Let me know what you thought of the box!