Vegancuts Snack Box September 2023 Review – Fall Treats & Sweets!

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September 2023 Vegancuts Snack Box was themed Fall Sweets & Treats! I received 10 items and was excited to try several that looked new-to-me! Read on to see what I received. Best part? They are all vegan of course!

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.

Proceeds from this box helps support animal sanctuaries. The back of this card lists the snacks inside the box.

Mavericks Cookies Non-Stop Choc ($3.99) I received a whole box of these mini cookies. They seemed like a cross between an animal cracker and a shortbread, but with chocolate chips. I hate to be the bearer of bad news but nutrition wise, these are about the same as two Chips Ahoy cookies, although they are vegan. It says they have less sugar than a rival cookie (which may be shaped like a bunny) but the serving sizes are different, 25 grams vs 30, so of course the numbers will be different.

Koochikoo Lemon Lime Drops ($10) Inside this bag there are 16 individually wrapped lemon-lime hard candies, like Lemon Drops but without the sugar and with a strong lemon lime flavor. These are sweetened with tapioca and the color comes from curcumin. The serving size is 4 candies but I have to stop at one because they are so robust.

NotCo Not Milk Chocolate I’m not the best judge of chocolate milk since I didn’t like it much even when I was young. This has a mouthfeel that is similar to the original lunchroom version but it is super sweet, with sugar being the second ingredient after water. Not a bad replacement and it has calcium.

Outstanding Cheese Balls Chedda ($2.50) This snack was indeed cheesy, but in a good way (no actual dairy was used in the making of this snack). The texture is interesting too thanks to the red lentils, pea protein, and rice protein.

Pop Mix by Marilyn Classic Caramel Coated Popcorn ($2.33) Caramel usually has butter as an ingredient, but this version has a plant-based butter instead so fear not. I was hoping it would be similar to butter toffee but I think it was closer to Cracker Jack, a little more of a molasses flavor, but it was almost completely coated and crunchy.

House of Macadamia Dry Roasted Macadamias ($2.91) Macadamia nuts are one of my favorite treats, and they always seem like such a splurge, both in price and calorie/fat content. You may have received the Salt & Pepper version of this snack (lucky!) but I received Onion and it is strong, plan to have a mint or some gum afterwards. The texture was amazing and the flavor really popped.

Pop ‘Em or Top ‘Em Snack Yums Cinnamon Churro I’m not sure why they called this Churro when it’s kind of like a crunchy Snickerdoodle. Either way, it’s similar to a less buttery shortcake cookie with cinnamon and sugar.

Love, Corn Sea Salt ($1.15) This bag was pure nostalgia, classic salty corn nuts and a great snack that kept me full until dinnertime.

Artisana Organics Raw Pecan Butter Cashews ($2.29) Where has this been hiding all my life? I love pecans, and this creamy butter has pecans plus cashews, and it has texture but not huge chunks. I paired it with a sliced apple but seriously, this would be perfect right off the spoon. The Vegancuts card said it was salty but there’s no salt in the ingredients, and it’s almost sweet.

Nature’s Bakery Double Chocolate Brownie ($1.17) This was an incredibly moist, super sweet, and rich chocolatey brownie. It has whole wheat so it has more fiber than a Cosmic Brownie, plus some of the sugar is from dates. It’s very yummy but definitely a splurge.

This box was full of yummy treats and foods that I would purchase again (like that pecan butter, so good!). The soft baked brownie was indulgent, while macadamias are always a special treat, I love those nuts. I hadn’t had chocolate milk in so long, and this one tasted good. Even the corn nuts were tasty, I’m a sucker for salty snacks too. Everything was in perfect shape and some of the snacks were big enough to get several servings so I could share with my husband.

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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