Vegancuts Snack Box Review October 2019

Vegancuts makes it simple to discover the best vegan products. Their experts search every corner of the cruelty-free world to uncover new vegan brands and meticulously review and select products that they can stand behind. They kindly sent us this box for review.

Today we are having a look at the October Vegancuts Snack Box. This month’s box is all about cozy and comforting vegan goodies. I don’t know about you, but I am always up for cozy and comforting. The weather has cooled down, the leaves are falling, and all I want to do is cozy up inside the house. Let’s see if the October snacks live up to the theme of the month…..

Subscription Details

When you sign up for a Vegancuts subscription you have 3 options to choose from:

Beauty Box ($22.95): The Beauty Box is the easiest way to discover cruelty-free brands without committing to full-size products or prices. Each month they send 4-7 new products to try, ranging from unique cosmetics to luxurious skincare. Typically the contents of the monthly Beauty Box have a retail value of $50+.

Snack Box ($24.95): The Snack Box is great for people who like to try new snacks. Each month they send out a box that’s packed to the brim with 10 or more vegan snacks, ranging from chips to cookies and sodas to teas.

Makeup Box ($39.95): The Quarterly Vegan Makeup Box is an easy and affordable way to try full-size, cruelty-free & vegan makeup. Each quarter they’ll send you four or more new makeup products, ranging from lipstick to mascara to luxe nail lacquer.

Here’s a closer look at the October Vegancuts Snack Box….

Crazy Go Nuts Oatmeal Cookie Walnuts

I love oatmeal cookies but try to stay away from baked goods if possible. Therefore, these walnuts are sounding really good to me right now. They are of course made with sugar, which I try to limit, so these will be saved for a treat day.

Miracle Tree Tumeric Tea Box

I have received Miracle Tree beverages before. They have a really great selection of superfood teas. This one is Turmeric. Pair that with Moringa, the world’s most nutrient-dense superfood, and you have a really great tea on your hands.

Foods Alive Nutritional Yeast

I am always happy to receive nutritional yeast as I use it on a regular basis. It’s a great source of vitamin B and it is great for adding flavour to roasted veggies, salads and soups.

Teecino Pumpkin Spice & Snickerdoodle Tea Bags

This is a fun little sample of fall flavoured teas. We received Boutique Pumpkin Spice and Snickerdoodle. Both are caffeine free which will make them a nice treat before bed.

Dr. In The Kitchen Flackers

This is probably my favorite item in the October box. I received Black Sesame Seed & Black Pepper Crisps. They are plant-based, vegan and low carb. They also have 5 grams of protein and 7 grams of fiber. I LOVE the list of ingredients and I also love that they only have 1 gram of sugar per serving.

MetaBall Energy Bites

These little bites sound really good. They have 10 grams of plant based protein and less than 10 grams of sugar. I received berry cobbler crunch.

TEAONIC My Immunity MOJO Revive

Now this is something I haven’t had the pleasure of trying as of yet. It is a herbal wellness shot made with elderberry, cinnamon, hibiscus and cayenne.

My Liver MOJO Detox

Here we have another version of the last product. This one is a mixture of dandelion, ginger, hibiscus, cinnamon and lemon.

Rickaroons Coconut Energy Bar

I have a love affair with macaroons. I absolutely adore them. They are the perfect treat when you need something sweet. This is a brand I haven’t tried before. It’s a megaroon made with chia seeds and cacao nibs.

Bubba’s Fine Foods Grand Garlic Parm Nana Chips

I’m quite excited about this snack because I love banana chips. This is an interesting take on them though. It’s a savoury, cheesy blend whereas I typically think of a sweet snack when I think of banana chips.

Ekoa Dried Mango Fruit Bar

I feel like I received this brand of fruit bar in another box but I think it was banana. This time I received pure mango which sounds really good right about now. It has been a while since I had dried mango and I actually really love it.

Split Nutrition

This is AH-MAZING!!! I’m already trying to figure out how I get my hands on more of these. It’s an on-the-go package complete with PG & Jelly! What’s not to love! I had a peek at their website and they have a few different flavour combos to choose from including peanut butter, almond butter, cashew butter as well as different jelly flavours.

Vegancuts Snack Box Review October 2019 – Final Thoughts

I’m not sure if I am picking up on the cozy and comforting theme in the October box but that doesn’t necessarily take anything away from this months’ Vegancuts Snack Box. As per usually it is packed full of vegan snacking goodness. We have a nice mixture of tea, sweet snacks, crunchy, and salty. I discovered a few new products this month – the banana chips, the cookie walnuts, the flackers and the Rickaroons. When it comes to curation, price point and value, Vegancuts always manages to impress me.





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