Vegancuts Snack Box Review + Coupon – October 2021

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Vegancuts Snack Box is a monthly vegan food subscription that delivers 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.

DEAL: Use the coupon code hellosub to get $5 off your first box on any Vegancuts subscription!   It can only be used once per customer, but it can be used on multiple subscriptions at once so long as they are in the same transaction.

Packed as always!

I received a card…

…telling me Vegancuts is making some changes. The box certainly looks pretty cool!

I received another card telling me proceeds from this box will go to Rooster Sanctuary.

The theme for the October box was No Tricks. Just Treats! The bottom of the card says that substitutions may be made. Check out the website for additional savings when you order full sizes from the featured brands.

Everything in my box!

Kibo Chickpea Chips Himalayan Salt ($1.66) and Kibo Chickpea Chips Mediterranean Herbs ($1.66) I wasn’t sure if I would like chips made of chickpeas but then chickpeas have grown on me in the past few years so I did try them. I wouldn’t have known these had beans in them, the texture was good and crispy/crunchy, and they have 4 grams of fiber in the bag! So far I’ve only tried the salted version (shown above) but I would buy these to go alongside a sandwich for lunch.

Outstanding Foods Texas BBQ Pigless Pork Rinds ($1.14) I try not to think of these as cracklins and instead take them for what they are — extra crispy rice and pea grit snacks. The BBQ flavor is exceptional and I like the crunchiness and saltiness and overall snackiness of these chips.

KPOP Sea Snacks Kimchi ($0.80) I am saving this snack for my daughter because #1, she loves kimchi and #2, I don’t care to snack on seaweed (although I don’t mind it in California rolls). Besides the seaweed it also has canola oil, sesame oil, kimchi powder, and sea salt. Hmm, actually this sounds better than most seaweed snacks I’ve received, but I know my daughter will love it whereas I might not.

HighKey Mixed Berry Soft Baked Biscuits ($2.12) The idea is to eat this soft-baked berry and nut combo for breakfast. One cookie has 190 calories and 15 grams of fat. I decided to try it as a snack, because (and I’m sorry if this is TMI) some of the ingredients, like allulose and erythritol, can cause GI discomfort and I didn’t want to walk around all day feeling like a hot air balloon. There’s also stevia and monk fruit, so four sugar substitutes in all, although there wasn’t much of an aftertaste. Some of the ingredients include sunflower seeds, almond flour, cranberries, coconut, chia, flax, and pumpkin seeds. It was very moist and had crunchy bits and a berry flavor and was overall really tasty.

Candy Kittens Sour Watermelon (around $1.50 value)) I would normally give gummy treats to my daughter but I thought these were cute, I love cats, and watermelon is my favorite hard candy flavor, and this is similar. The sourness wasn’t too strong and persists throughout the candy, although the texture isn’t gelatinous, maybe I shouldn’t have called it a gummy. I’m not sure what kind of candy to compare it to but it was tasty.

Ardor Organic Sparkling Beverage I like carbonated waters, and prefer them to have no sweetener of any kind, and this drink ticks both of those boxes. What I don’t need added to my water are caffeine and salt, which are also in this can. I get enough of those two from my tea and food, so I can’t see myself purchasing this, but I have no problem with it otherwise. I didn’t really detect much flavor, which is good because even “natural” flavors tend to taste fake, so this just tasted like sparkling water to me. I will stick to Topo Chico but this might be good for those who prefer the caffeine of a soda without all of the artificial stuff that goes along with it. Not recommended for children, pregnant or breastfeeding women, or those sensitive to caffeine. It has 100mg of caffeine, which is about the same as a cup of coffee.

Olyra Foods Organic Hazelnut & Cocoa Sandwich Biscuit ($1.37) My cookie was a little busted up from its trip to my house but that didn’t keep it from tasting really good! It didn’t say “breakfast” on the bag but does on the website, I guess it’s supposed to be healthful enough to eat for the morning meal. It has a base of flour made from ancient grains like spelt and barley and then there’s hazelnut spread in the middle. Vegancuts calls it a sophisticated take on an Oreo and I thought it was tasty. It has monk fruit and occasionally I detected a bit on an aftertaste but it wasn’t off-putting.

Love + Chew Banana Bread Mini Cookie ($1.32) There were two different flavors sent out and I received Banana Bread (the other was Cherry Almond Cookie). This tasted like a super moist banana muffin, it was quite delicious. It’s made with almonds, dates, bananas, chia seeds, and a few more pronounceable things that I don’t have to look up on the internet. I wish my banana muffins were as moist as this one!

TRUFF Black Truffle Infused Hot Sauce ($4.50) I like Tabasco for certain dishes, salsa for others, and I think this is more closely related to Tabasco and other vinegar-based hot sauces. It was thicker than I was expecting, almost creamy, and I think it is super spicy, well, at least it was when I licked it off of a spoon, I’m sure it would be better on actual food. It is like sriracha but with an earthy, sweet flavor and I think my husband is going to love this too.

Vegancuts is one of my most favorite monthly snack boxes! The items are always interesting, never boring, and there’s not a lot of repeats either. Plus, I like getting a drink each month and there was a jar of hot sauce that will last for months in my fridge. I thought the flavors this month were just plain fun. They also did a great job of balancing sweet and salty snacks, it didn’t lean too heavily in one direction over the other. I tried all except the seaweed (which my daughter seemed happy to get) and I think my favorite was the banana bread cookie, so moist and flavorful!

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

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