Vegancuts Snack Box March 2023 Review: Celebrating Female Foodie Founders

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Themed Celebrating Female Foodie Founders, March 2023 Vegancuts Snack Box had all kinds of tasty snacks inside! There were 11 snacks this month, although I had an extra that wasn’t listed on the card. Read on to see what I received!

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Here’s the card and it says proceeds from this box supports Runaway Farm in Bayville, New Jersey.

Pipcorn Cinnamon Sugar Twists ($1.11) This reminded me of those cinnamon twist thingies from Taco Bell! They’re made with up-cycled non-GMO corn and are sweetened with sugar and of course have cinnamon. Perfect for a sweet afternoon snack but without that heavy feeling afterwards.

Green Mustache Mustache Munchies in Parmesan Rosemary ($2.19) The flavor of these mini mustache crackers was good, it was cheesy and tasted strongly of rosemary, but I wasn’t a fan of the texture. They were kind of hard to chew, and maybe that’s because they are free of wheat flour but I like my crackers to be less dense.

Rishi Tea & Botanicals Valerian Dream Organic Botanical Blend ($3) One of the ingredients in this herbal tea is valerian, which is said to help induce sleep and improve the quality of your zzz’s. Some of the other ingredients in here are licorice, fennel, and rose petals. I was having a hard time sleeping and decided to have this tea before bed. The tea had a hint of fennel and while I dislike licorice, I was able to finish the cup and didn’t need to add sugar. It didn’t help my sleep, and in fact I woke in the middle of the night and had a hard time falling back asleep but that’s just my one-time experience.

Kibo Spicy Ranch Lentil Chips ($1.65) These were good, I liked the heat level in this spicy take on ranch seasoning. They were light and crunchy and reminded me of vegan pork rinds in texture.

Hippie Snacks Banana Bread Crisps This is exactly what it says, banana bread in a crispy cracker form. It’s made with bananas, coconut milk powder, seeds, maple syrup, and salt. I liked it, it’s crunchy banana bread!

Pizoots Baja Taco Artisan Peanuts ($2.95) I didn’t know peanuts could get any better than just salted but I stand corrected. These plump peanuts have a wonderful taco-spice flavor “infused” into them so that they won’t leave a greasy, spicy mess over everything you touch. One bag makes for a hearty snack.

Ting’s Jackfruit Chips ($5) Have you ever seen a jackfruit at the grocery store? They are huge and can be made into a vegan version of something resembling pulled pork so I wasn’t sure what to expect in this chip snack but I am loving it! It’s made of the fruit fried in responsibly sourced palm oil and it has an impressive amount of potassium. The texture and flavor are what I would expect if a dried banana chip and dried apple were crossed, sometimes crisp, sometimes thick and eventually chewy, not super sweet, just right.

Bakery On Main Cranberry Almond Maple Granola We get a mini cereal pack from this brand every month. This is rather small for a breakfast serving and I have to pick out the hardened pieces of dried fruit before eating but the flavor is good. The crisps even have navy beans but they don’t taste like it!

Allergy Smart Chocolate Chip ($1.25) Considering these don’t have wheat flour they sure taste good. They are similar to shortbread cookies but with a hint of chocolate.

Allergy Smart Birthday Cake ($1.25) were a lighter take on a classic cake flavor. This cookie was very sweet, and the texture was like a classic crunchy shortbread cookie. Celebrating a birthday in a nut- or other allergen-free classroom? Send a box of these cookies and everyone pretty much can celebrate.

Nairn’s Chocolate Chip Oat Grahams These cookies come from Scotland! The texture makes me think of shortbread made with oats and there’s just a hint of chocolate flavor. Try them with tea or coffee.

7th Heaven Pistachio Halva ($3) I didn’t see this listed on the info card, maybe it’s a bonus? This is a rich, delicious cream-filled chocolate bar that you would swear is milk chocolate but there’s no milk in the ingredients! This is a big bar but luckily it can be broken into four sections if you want to savor it over several days. Halva is a a type of candy that can be made with sesame paste and this one also has pistachio and coconut. The color comes from natural sources and I’m having a hard time describing the flavor of the filling but it’s good, that’s for sure!

I had all kinds of snacks to choose from this month, and when I had a craving for something sweet, salty, or crispy then I reached into my snack box to find what I needed! I have returned to working outside of my home and so this was a great way to have a to-go snack to grab on a busy morning before heading off to sub. I especially liked the Pizootz peanuts and the jackfruit chips, plus the crispy banana bread bites!

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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