I’m sure you’ve heard of Vegan Cuts by now, but if not, here’s a brief description:
Vegan Cuts offers all kinds of vegan goodies in 2 types of boxes: the Vegan Cuts Snack Box (which I’m reviewing today) and the Vegan Cuts Beauty Box. They also have an online marketplace where you can buy individual vegan products.
The lovely folks at Vegan Cuts sent me a Vegan Snack Box to review last week, and I can’t tell you how excited I was when it finally arrived at my door step. There’s just something about getting a box full of vegan yumminess straight to my door that makes me a little giddy.
In my box I received:
Cobra Corn: Chai Caramel – If you’re a fan of Chai tea, you will love this caramel corn! I found it very reminiscent of the Chai flavor tea I used to drink. Since I’m no longer a Chai tea fan, I didn’t care much for this caramel corn.
One Potato Two Potato Kettle Potato Chips: Hawaiian BBQ – As someone who really REALLY doesn’t like barbecue chips, I was surprised just how much I loved these ones. They were so good I snuck away to eat the whole bag to myself before my family could get their hands on them.
Earth Balance Mac & Cheese: White Cheddar – I was the most excited about this product! After seeing it all over online, but not having access to it in Canada, I was so eager to get my hands on a box. And it really did not disappoint! It was very creamy and cheesy. Absolutely perfect. Now I just need to find the cheddar flavor…
Chewy Banana Bites – I gave these to my husband to take on a trip with him and he told me they were fantastic. Very portable, minimal ingredients, and delicious taste. Now I’m on the hunt for this snack in Canada so I can try them too!
Wild Friends Chocolate Coconut Peanut Butter – I loved this stuff on toast! The only thing I didn’t like was that the packaging made it very difficult to squeeze it all out. However, if you’re buying this in a store, you’re going to get it in a jar, anyway. So no worries!
Protein & Green Packets – I liked all but the “Ultima” packet. The chocolate protein drink was pretty good, though, unfortunately, not as good as the Silk chocolate milk I’m so fond of. The “Field Greens” and “Instant Shiitake” went into a green smoothie and I couldn’t taste them, so I guess that’s a good thing, right?
BuddyFruits FruitBreak: Strawberry, Banana & Apple – This was SO delicious! I gave it to my 5 year old, but tried a bit myself first, and it was yummy. I love that it only has fruit in the package, nothing else. This is something I’d definitely feel comfortable giving to my kids!
All in all, I was very impressed with the Vegan Cuts Snack Box. For only $19.95 per month, it’s a fun way to try new vegan snacks that I may not have the opportunity to try otherwise.
This would make for an awesome Christmas gift! I think I might gift one to myself. Yes. Yes, I think I will.
Subscribe to Vegan Cuts
If you’re interested in signing up for the Vegan Cuts Snack Box, the price is $19.95 and shipping is FREE if you live in the US. Canadian orders are an extra $8 and international orders are an additional $15.
Disclosure: This Vegan Cuts review does contain affiliate links, so if you were to make a purchase, I would get a small commission.