Vegan Cuts is a company based in Canada that provides a service to send you a box of randomly selected vegan snacks directly to your door once a month. They have a monthly vegan beauty box on their website as well as providing a store to purchase your favorite vegan tested treats! I signed up in March of 2016 and have enjoyed every bite! Visit them here to subscribe today!
August 2016 Box Review
The website states that there should be 10 or more vegan snack items in each box. Every box I have received has included several more than 10 snacks in addition to several coupons for vegan items that were either in this box or previous boxes. This month I received 11 snacks in my box one of which was a duplicate snack I have tried in a previous box. Read on to see what this wannabe Vegan and Omnivore thought!
Cabo Chips Original Flavor
The chips were very hearty and would be great with dips like hummus or a 7 layer dip. I didn’t taste any lime flavor unfortunately since I really love lime tortilla chips, but the soy sauce flavor was very strong. The package does display a vegan label so there’s no question about the ingredients.
Banana Water Mango Flavor
We did refrigerate this sample prior to tasting. I thought it tasted like a watered down apple juice. I didn’t really get a banana or mango flavor from this one. It was refreshing and high in potassium!
Enjoy Life Sugar Crisp
What could be bad about a cookie? Nothing! There is a characteristic crunch that I think all gluten free products have, but it was delicious with lots of sugar! The company actually goes beyond the vegan label and are free from almost all allergens!
Bandar Naan Chips Tikka Masala Flavor
I was very much looking forward to trying these since I love Naan bread. The chips were spicy and very crunchy. I much prefer the texture of these to pita chips and would be a delicious addition to my hummus rotation especially with the Garlic and Himalayan Salt flavors available on their website.
We actually tried our first wrapped cashew this summer at our first Vegetarian Festival. I never knew there was such a thing! We liked the additional texture and the skin makes the cashew have a more savory flavor.
Cassava Pops Luau BBQ Flavor
This was by the far the WINNER of the box! We can not wait to order more of these and I was thrilled to find out they come in a variety of drool worthy flavors. The flavor is the perfect mix of sweet and spicy heat on a lighter than air crunchy chip. They proudly boast a vegan friendly label too.
Ocean’s Halo Texas BBQ Flavor
While I love nori in my veggie sushi and BBQ flavoring, I was a little scared of this one. The Omnivore had tried a similar snack in the past and was having flashbacks as he took the tiniest bite. While we didn’t like the seaweed itself, the Texas BBQ flavor was pretty good. If seaweed snacks are your thing, give this one a try!
Nutiva Coconut Oil Buttery Flavor
The oil itself has a very artificial butter color, I didn’t really think the taste screamed butter. I think I’ll just stick with my standard coconut oil.
Huck’s Follow Farm The Everything Cracker
The first thing that we noticed about these crackers was the packaging. Yes it carries the vegan label, but the packaging is completely compostable! The Omnivore thought the crackers weren’t as crunchy as expected. I felt they had an after taste that wasn’t appealing. I won’t be exchanging my regular crackers anytime soon.
Simply 7 Kale Chips
I am a chip lover and the salt ratio and crunch is perfect. I have actually tried these in a previous box and found them very tasty but a little greasy. The Omnivore thought the kale taste was a little strong and would be better with a dip.
The Ginger People Arjuna Ginger Bar
We aren’t crazy about ginger so we were hesitant about a bar of ginger. The vegan label is present and so was the ginger! The bar was almost molasses-like in color and chew.