Review: Vegan Cuts Snack Box

Vegan Cuts recently asked me if I would like to try their September box.  I have wanted to try them out for a long time, so of course I said yes!  What’s Vegan Cuts, you ask?  Vegan Cuts is a monthly subscription service, most known for their monthly box full of delicious snacks, they also now have a monthly beauty box and also allow you to purchase vegan food and beauty products outside of the monthly boxes.

The September box was full of delicious looking snacks that I couldn’t wait to try.  In addition to being entirely vegan, almost everything in the boxes are gluten-free as well.  This box was entirely gluten-free from what I could see, bonus!

Look at all the goodies!

Look at all the goodies!

Let’s take a look at what’s inside:

Seaweed Love Roasted Seaweed with Olive Oil

I love roasted seaweed.  If you have never had it before, it is as addictive as kale chips with a salty sea flavour.  The addition of olive oil made these ones taste really good.


Raw Snacks Cranberry Cashew Bar

This was really good, too!  It was similar to a Lara bar, with lots of dates, nuts and cranberries.  Yum!


Home Free Mini Chocolate Chip Cookies

These cookies are nut free and whole grain, and gluten-free (contain oats).  They were good, and I would probably buy them in the future if I was looking to satisfy a cookie craving.


Kiwa Vegetable Chip Mix

These were one of my favourites from the box.  The mix contains a mix of cassava, arracacha, green bananas, beetroot, and sweet potato.  I ate almost the entire bag for lunch one day (please don’t judge me!).  I will be looking out for these in stores, they were delicious!


Barnana Banana Bites

These were really good.  They are all raw, gluten-free, vegan and organic.  Sold!  If you love raw date bars, you would probably like these as well as they have a similar texture, but a banana flavour.  They were pretty addicting, but made with only bananas so they are a guilt-free snack!


Sunology Natural Sunscreen

I haven’t had the chance to try this sample yet, but I have been looking for a sunscreen that is both more natural and vegan.  This seems like it should fit the bill!

Herbal Zap Supplement

Based on Ayurveda, this is a powdered supplement for boosting immunity.  It had a nice spicy kick.  After I had it, I read that they suggest trying to mix it into a cup of tea to create a masala tea.  I wish I had of tried that, it sounds delicious.

Tee Chia Super Seeds Cereal

Unfortunately, I wasn’t a fan of this cereal.  The directions said to add hot water, and the cereal didn’t really absorb the water so it was a bit too goopy for me.  If I was to try it again, I would probably try a smaller amount of boiling water and hope for a better texture.

Atlantic Natural Foods Vegetarian Tuna

This was my least favourite item out of the box.  It is most likely a personal dislike of the product, as I stopped eating fish before I even became vegetarian.  The thought of eating fish doesn’t appeal to me.  When I opened the can, immediately I could smell something fishy, and I drained the product like a can of tuna.  I took one bite and it tasted too real for me.  That being said, if you are missing the taste of fish, maybe this is the perfect review for you!

Overall I thought the vegan cuts September box was awesome!  Subscribing to a box means that every month you get to try different vegan products at a great price.  In addition to the snacks, you also get coupons!  Who doesn’t love coupons?  I haven’t seen many of the products that are part of the box in stores here in Canada, so it is a good way to try things you might not have access to otherwise.  As I mentioned before, for fellow gluten-free people, most of the products are gluten-free as well.

Today is the last day to get your orders in for the October box, but there’s always November!

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One thought on “Review: Vegan Cuts Snack Box

  1. rhonda says:

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