I've been a subscriber of The Vegan Kind for over a year now and I'm very pleased to say that the boxes just get better and better. If you haven't heard of them before, The Vegan Kind is a monthly subscription box of surprise vegan food and lifestyle goodies.
I absolutely love not knowing what's going to be in each box and getting to try all different vegan snacks and cruelty-free finds. Last month's birthday box was filled with amazing dairy free chocolate. Usually I don't review each box but as soon as I opened this month's, I knew it would be my favourite one yet.
Nakd bars are one of my favourite vegan snacks and so easy to pick up as they sell them in most Tesco stores. My favourites are the Cocoa Orange bar and the incredible Salted Caramel Fruit & Nut Nibbles. So imagine my delight at a Christmas Nakd bar! This tastes
exactly like a mini Christmas pudding. Yum yum yum.
Freedom Mallows are a treat I've had before from a Vegan Kind box and I was very happy to have them again, as vegetarian or vegan marshmallows are very hard to come by. These are incredibly moreish and make me feel just like a kid again.
A couple of months ago I was very lucky to win three different flavours of Choc Shot and featured this Orange Spice flavour in my October Favourites. That one is long gone now so I was very pleased to have a replacement. This syrup is such a delicious winter treat and makes for the perfect hot chocolate with almond milk.
I really enjoyed making these Sticky Mix cookies on Boxing Day, not least because the ingredients were all measured out for me so nothing could go wrong. Oats and cranberries make for a very tasty combination and I added cinnamon into a few to up the Christmassy factor. The cookies turned out so well that I'm definitely going to try and re-create this recipe, as it was so simple too.
Harper's Bizarre are another excellent company The Vegan Kind have introduced me to. Their soy wax candles smell amazing and are very strong, filling the room with their lovely
scents. The Christmas candle this year didn't disappoint and smells of a lovely mix of Christmas cake and spices.
The Cocoa Libre Peppermint Owls are something I'd like to think you might find in Honeydukes, and just as scrumptious. Dark, creamy, minty chocolate that melts in the mouth, I already want some more. I'd also very much recommend their vegan honeycomb (honey free!) chocolate which is equally good and tastes absolutely luxurious.
What a fantastic box! I can't wait to see what's in the January one and how it compares to last year's.
Are you a member of any subscription boxes? What are your favourite vegan snacks?