The Vegan Kind March Subscription Box
Once again I’m here to review the Vegan Kind March Subscription box – doesn’t time fly when you fill it with tasty vegan treats? This months box was my favourite so far but I’m now half way through my subscription which makes me a bit sad! Here’s a look at what was in this months lifestyle box.
I’ve just eaten this and it’s delicious! I used t hate creme eggs as a child but as I’ve grown up I’ve come to like them. This one by Considerit Chocolates is bigger than a Cadbury creme egg and has dark chocolate rather than milk. I like this as the middle of creme eggs are really sweet so it’s nice to have a dark chocolate shell which isn’t quite as sweet as milk chocolate.
I haven;t tried these yet but I have tried the peanut butter version. They were tasty but not very sweet so I imagine the toffee flavour is slightly sweeter. I’ll probably take them to work as a snack when I’ve got a long day to keep me going.
I thought this was a great addition to the box as I find vegan toiletries the hardest to come by (I can’t read half the ingredients let alone know what they are). I generally go to Superdrug for toiletries because they make their own products as suitable for vegans. I’m also very fussy with toothpaste as I don’t like mint so try to find the mildest flavour possible so that it doesn’t burn my mouth. This has a mild mint and coconut taste which is just enough to leave your mouth feeling fresh.
I was so excited to try this because I’ve seen lots of people on the internet with vegan mayo. I was looking forward to dipping my chips into it but I was a little disappointed that there was not a stronger garlic flavour. It reminded me of a vegan white sauce I made for a lasagne a while ago. I’ll try it in a sandwich next because I think it will be nicer.
I LOVE peanut butter. And chocolate. So this is the perfect product for me. I love that in the serving suggestions it says you can just squeeze it straight into your mouth because I ofter have a spoon of peanut butter. You just knead the bag and squeeze onto toast, into porridge etc. One of my favourite snacks is a banana cut down the middle and filled with peanut butter, then cut into disks. The squeeze packaging would make it sooo easy to do this!
I have had something similar to these before but I think they were pea puffs rather than lentils. I’m not the biggest fan of salt and vinegar but I will give them a go and at only 83 calories per pack they’re a healthier alternative to crisps.
I’m so excited to try these because I LOVE cookies. I’m really impressed with the size of the box although they do cost £4.99 usually. I am a bit scared that I’ll open the box and eat them all – you know how it is!
Like I said before, this has been my favourite box so far because the varied products are things that I probably wouldn’t have tried otherwise. Read January and Februarys reviews for more vegan food inspiration.