Vegancuts Snack Box August 2022 Review: Back to School (or Work) Snacks!

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Themed Back to School Snacks, August 2022 Vegancuts Snack Box came with sweet and salty snacks and without any drinks. I especially like simple, natural snacks and there were a couple that hit that criteria as well as some trail mix, a granola bar, and chips. Read on to see what I received!

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The card lists the snacks in the box. Please note that sometimes they send one of two snacks listed or you may receive one of several flavors available. Proceeds go to a charity that helps animals, like the Here With Us Farm Sanctuary.

Kibo Lentil Chips ($1.83) I received these last month in a different flavor and was happy to see that they weren’t completely smashed like their predecessor. Some of the chips had the texture of a thick potato chip, others reminded me of a rice cake. They are made with lentil flour and pea protein and had a mild flavor and were lightly salted.

Mary’s Gone Crackers Super Seed ($1.04) I like seeded crackers, they have a great texture and are tasty, with just a hint of salt. There’s even a hint of heat from the spices. These are made with things like brown rice and quinoa, plus pumpkin and sunflower seeds.

The Daily Crave Organic Veggie Straws (Currently unavailable) I never got into veggie straws, probably because I could read through the health halo to see that these really only provide carbs and sodium and not much nutrition (similar to good old potato chips). In fact, the first few ingredients are corn flour, vegetable oil, potato flour, and potato starch. They taste pretty good although they are salty so if you are looking for a change from the usual Ruffles or Lays then check them out.

House of Macadamias Dry Roasted Macadamias ($2.92) I love macadamias (yes, even without them being covered in chocolate!) but stopped buying my store brand kind because they would turn rancid so quickly. These bear no resemblance to those other brands, they are they absolute best macadamias I’ve ever tried! They are roasted to perfection and then tossed with Namibian sea salt for the perfect flavor. There not inexpensive but they are absolutely a worthy splurge.

Toodaloo Turning Heads Trail Mix ($3.66) I like the chocolate and coconut in here, they remind me of an Almond Joy bar. These are made with sprouted almonds, cashews, and cranberries but they also have things like rose elixir and sea buckthorn powder “to support skin health and holistic balance“. I think they are very yummy.

Munk Pack Keto Almond Butter Cocoa Chip Granola Bar ($2.08) I like granola bars but I’m not a fan of alternative low-calorie sweeteners and this bar has two: allulose and monk fruit extract. Allulose is known to cause digestive upset so I avoid it but tried two bites. I liked the nuts, chocolate, and coconut but it is overly sweet and has an aftertaste but I notice that with most snacks containing monk fruit.

Maxine’s Heavenly Almond Chocolate Chunk ($2.62) If you like soft baked cookies that are more like a no-bake cookie then give these a try! They have a base of oats and are sweetened with coconut sugar. They have dates (another form of sugar rather than in chunks), chocolate chunks, almonds (possibly ground, I didn’t detect bits of nuts), and flaxseed. They are super soft and almost crumbly so have a plate nearby.

Joolies Organic Medjool Dates ($1.87) These are some of the best dates I’ve ever tried (I grew up going to the Indio Date Festival, which is near Coachella, where these dates are grown). The insides are sweet and almost caramel-like, and that’s almost what they taste like too. They also work well in smoothies (or date shakes) and probably won’t puree all the way smooth but leave you with little tiny chunks of yumminess.

Artisana Organics Cashew Cacao Spread ($1.83) If you are looking for a vegan alternative to Nutella (which has milk powder) then you may want to give this brand a try. My daughter likes it on toast but I prefer to pair it with strawberries.

Bakery on Main Monster Cookie I get a granola pack pretty much in every box and it never seems like enough for a breakfast serving so I combine it with yogurt and fruit and call it a breakfast parfait. This is rather sweet and yes, reminded me of a chocolate chip oatmeal cookie.

My August Vegancuts Snack Box was a good combo of sweet and salty, and there were no drinks this time around. My very favorite item this month was the dry roasted macadamia nuts with the pitted dates coming in second. Those snacks are pretty close to their natural state and don’t require much of anything to make them taste amazing. I also liked the Toodaloo trail mix.

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.

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