October 2017 Vegan Cuts Snack Box Review

October 24, 2017By 0 Comments

The Vegan Cuts Snack Box delivers 7-10 dee-lish vegan snackie treats (chips, cookies, popcorn, energy bars, beverages, you name it!) right to your door for $22.95/month (which is a crazy good deal & includes free U.S. shipping; Canada for $8, and worldwide for $15). This month’s goodie box was full of all kinds of yum. Take a peek for yourself (and if ya love what ya see, you can order yours here).

October 2017’s Vegan Cuts Snack Box Haul:

Tasty Brand Super Fruit Fruit Snacks – This is a great alternative to traditional gelatin-based gummies, which aren’t vegan and are made from skin, cartilage, and bones – grodes! I shared this bag of vegan gummies with my tots, and we finished off the bag lickety split. Love that these gummies are organic, non-gmo, and sans any funky or artificial ingredients.

Jimmybars! Super Hip Chocolate Chip Bars – When I saw “clean snack bar” on the packaging, I got nervous that it was gonna be like a Lara Bar (haha, no offense to Lara Bars, I’ve just had my fill of them). Anyhoo, this ish was yummy and had chocolate chips in it – tasted like a legit treat!

Pure Goodness Supermeal Powder – Dang, 30 grams of protein, yasssss!! I make smoothies daily, so I’ll be trying this out soon. It’s gluten-free, soy-free, dairy-free, non-GMO, and it’s vanilla flavored, so yippeee!

Bakery On Main Cranberry Almond Maple Granola – I like how chunky this granola is. I ate this pretty quickly because it was crunchy and delish (I have a thing for maple flavored yums). It never dawned on me that granola isn’t gluten-free, so it’s cool that GF peeps have tasty options like these.

Enzo’s Organic Matcha – You know me and matcha… I drink this stuff daily! It’s loaded with antioxidants and it helps energize my ass. This sample reminds me that I need to seriously buy a box of singles for when I’m out and about. I just have a giant bag of powder at home, which is great, but mama needs her matcha out of the house, too.

Made In Nature Choco Crunch “Figgy Pops” – These energy balls are hella healthy and Lara Bar-esque, if you will. If you dig basic fruit-nut combos for a sweet, energizing treat, these will be right up your alley.

Pipcorn Kettle Popcorn – I LOVE how Pipcorn keeps making an appearance in these boxes. The flavor is spot on (luuurrve kettle corn), the tiny kernels of popped corn are fun to eat, and it’s a low calorie snack – this whole bag is only 81 calories! That means you could eat 5 whole bags in one sitting and not feel guilty, haha.

Munk Pack White Chocolate Macadamia Protein Cookie – I wanted to love this cookie, because white chocolate is life, but I had a hard time getting into it. It was too sweet for me, and the flavor seemed a bit intense, and not in a white chocolate-y kind of way. Perhaps I’m just not used to the concept of protein cookies, but this item was not my fave. Cute-ass packaging, tho.

Munk Pack protein cookie

Dave’s Gourmet Overnight Oats – I haven’t tried this out yet… come to think of it, I’ve never had overnight oats before. Super curious about these. Will keep y’all posted.

Cocomels Coconut Milk Caramels – I think this was a bonus snack because one of my gal pals received something different in her box, but boy, do I feel like I won the jackpot. These are heaven. If you’ve never tried these, you gotta hook yourself up and thank me later. HEAVEN, I tell ya.

Libre Naturals Double Chocolate Chip Granola Bar – Ha, lots of granola in this month’s box! Again, this is gluten-free, which is cool to know, and it truly is loaded with chocolatey goodness.

Nature’s Bakery Double Chocolate Brownie Bars – I think this might have been another bous iten because it wasn’t listed on the info card. These are non-GMO, vegan, organic, kosher-certified, soft baked and sinfully delicious brownies. So, so good! I could eat an entire box of these.

Arya Curcumin Sparkling Berry Drink – This drink has only 5 calories and is infused with a turmeric base, which is anti-inflammatory (and makes the beverage bright yellow, too). It has a sugar-free vibe, which I don’t mind at all, but I could see that maybe throwing some folks off. I’m a devoted La Croix gal, so I kind of felt like I was cheating when I drank this. 😉 It was good but not sure if I would purchase at the store.

Allermates Snack Bag – When my 5-year-old, Dylan, started kinder this year, I was so nervous that people would accidentally give him non-vegan snacks. I take every opportunity to make his veganism known at school, and this is another great way to do that, haha. 🙂

Beanitos Original Black Bean Chips – This was surprisingly the only savory snack in this month’s VCSB. It was tasty but I’m typically partial to flavored tortilla chips like vegan nacho, ranch, etc. 😉 Btw, there was a coupon in the box for a free bag of their chips at the store! SCORE!

Verdict: This month’s Vegan Cuts Snack Box was really, really good! I swear, snack boxes, especially this one (Vegan Cuts), make my heart pitter patter! I’m always blown away by how many vegan-friendly brands that are out there that are completely new-to-me. I also dig how gluten-free friendly these boxes are. Box faves include Nature’s Bakery brownies, Pipcorn Kettle Corn, and Cocomels coconut caramels (duh, *swoon*). I do wish there were more savory snacks in this box, though – there was only one (Beanitos)!  

What do you guys think of this month’s Vegan Cuts Snack Box? xx

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