Vegancuts Snack Box May 2020 Subscription Box Review

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Vegancuts Snack Box is a monthly vegan food subscription that deleivers 10 or more organic and vegan treats each month. Snacks can include a pantry item or drink and most snacks are gluten-free. Each subscription box costs $24.95 monthly, or save a bit with a longer pre-paid term.

From vegan mac and cheese and delicious vegan chocolate, to avocado chips, hummus crackers and superfood smoothies, the Vegancuts Snack Box is your monthly delivery of the best vegan snacks and meal items, and drinks on the market. Open the door to at least 10 sweet & savory vegan snacks to make vegan living easier than ever before.

This is my very first Vegancuts Snack Box!

I received a card that told me proceeds from this box will go to the animals at Iowa Farm Sanctuary!

The theme for the May Box was Clever Classics: Innovative Takes on Old Favorites! The bottom of the card says that substitutions may be made.

Everything in my box!

Rise Nitro Brewing Co. Oat Milk Latte ($2.49) Subscribers received one of three flavors and I got the oat milk version. I’m not a coffee drinker so I gave this to my daughter and she enjoyed it. She said it has a nutty aftertaste and is smooth.

Right Rice Lemon Pepper ($4.99) I haven’t tried this yet but the idea is that it has more fiber and protein than regular white rice, thanks to the base of lentil, chickpea, and pea flours. It also cooks in about 12 minutes, versus the 20 minutes it takes for white rice.

Unisoy The Original Vegan Jerky Teriyaki Flavor ($2.38) If you are looking for something that has a similar mouthfeel to beef jerky, then you might want to give this vegan jerky a try!

It’s made with textured vegetable protein and has a chewy consistency that I like better than animal-based jerky (which is too tough to chew anyways). The flavor was good, sweet and tangy and with a hint of soy sauce.

Joolie’s California Superfruit Organic Medjool Dates ($2.50) I grew up eating dates, going to a Date Festival, and drinking date milkshakes. The dates in this 3-pack are huge and super sweet, like nature’s candy! They are also soft and squishy, as opposed to hard and stringy.

Zolli Candy Clean Teeth Candy ($0.43) are sugar-free lollipops that I will pass along to my daughter. They are sweetened with xylitol, stevia, and erythritol, plus the color comes from natural sources, like beets.

Outstanding Foods Pig Out Pigless Pork Rinds in Texas BBQ I’ve tried pork rinds in the past and can’t get over the taste or texture and the overall ickiness of them. This is a way better alternative!

They have a rice base and some delicious BBQ sauce flavor. The texture is good and crispy and even my husband, who grew up eating chicharrones, asked where can we get some more!

The Soulfull Project Hearty Grains & Seed Multigrain Hot Cereal (79¢) I usually make oatmeal with all kinds of stuff, like apples and craisins. This might be why I only eat it infrequently. This packet needs only be mixed with boiling water, wait 5 minutes, then eat.

It is made with oats, red quinoa, oat bran, flax, and chia. I poured the boiling water over the mix, stirred, waited 5 minutes, then ate. It was really good, and I felt virtuous because I didn’t add sugar or anything, and it gave me some much needed energy.

Beviva Purpo All-In-One Cereal ($3) Hmm, purple cereal you say? I’m in!

The cup has two packets and a plastic spoon inside. Empty the oat “mylk” powder into the cup and add cold water. Then pour the granola on top and enjoy. The mylk gets its color from purple potatoes and the cereal is similar to Rice Krispies cereal except there are dried fruits. The flavor was mild and berry good, but the dried fruits are too hard for my teeth.

Go Macro Smooth Sanctuary Macro Bar ($2.91) is Go Macro’s version of a peanut butter cup, but with cleaner ingredients and more protein.

I didn’t see the chocolate chips but I did see peanut butter chips! The flavor was very sweet and a good mix of chocolate and peanut butter. The texture wasn’t as dense as some protein bars and it was chewy.

Bake City Cookie+ Protein Chocolate Chip ($0.92) I haven’t had a soft baked cookie in a long time and this one was very soft and super sweet.

The protein comes from faba beans (aka fava beans) although sugar is the main ingredient. I wouldn’t have known it was a protein cookie, it reminded me of the store bought soft-baked cookies (like Keebler).

Miracle Tree Super-Caffeinated Moringa Infusion Cherry Chamomile Tea ($0.53) I typically drink tea so I am always excited to get it in a box. This tea has extra caffeine thanks to caffeine extract so it has about the same amount as in a cup of coffee AND a cup of tea. It also has moringa powder, which is considered a superfood.

I was pretty pleased with my very first Vegancuts Snack Box! I liked the assortment of food items, from snacks, to side dishes, to drinks. The items were tasty and some of them were surprising to me, like vegan jerky and pork rinds. I actually liked them better than the originals they are based on!

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

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