The Vegan Kind is one of my favourite subscription boxes to review and I absolutely love seeing the exciting variety of food, drink and lifestyle products. Everything included in the box is of course 100% vegan friendly and cruelty-free, and the contents are a surprise each time.
Here’s what’s inside February’s box:-
Vego Organic Chocolate Hazelnut Melts (RRP £4.99)
A brand new product from popular brand Vego, these newly launched Chocolate Hazelnut Melts are here to revolutionize your baking! Organic, fairtrade and gluten-free, these delicious chocolate melts can be used in any kind of vegan baking and they can also be used to create a really indulgent cup of hot chocolate – yum!
Ecolifestyle Vegan Wax Food Wrap (RRP £4)
This month’s lifestyle product is an Ecolifestyle Vegan Wax Food Wrap, which I’m very happy to see included because most reusable wax wraps are of course made from beeswax so it’s brilliant to finally have a vegan version available.
Hippeas Chickpea Puffs in Take It Cheesy flavour (RRP £1.19)
High in protein and fibre, these chickpea puffs are a tasty and healthier alternative to regular savoury snacks and they really hit the spot when you want something to nibble on. The cheesy flavour is also very realistic and moreish.
TTK Heart Gummies (RRP £2.50)
Enjoy a yummy bag of strawberry peach flavoured gummy hearts which are 100% vegan so there’s no nasty gelatine – yay!
Wagamama Raisukaree Thai Style Curry Paste (RRP £2.25)
The Vegan Kind boxes are great for discovering new cooking ingredients and I’m looking forward to trying this Wagamama Raisukaree Thai Style Curry Paste which sounds amazing.
Kuhbonbon Salted Caramel Sweets (RRP £3.99)
My favourite product in this month’s box is this incredible bag of Salted Caramel sweets from Kuhbonbon. These gloriously creamy chewy caramel bites have just the right hint of salt for extra flavour and they would easily fool non-vegans too.
Fellow Creatures Matcha White Choccy (RRP £1.65)
For a very different type of chocolate bar, try the Fellow Creatures Matcha White Choccy which is made with ethically sourced smooth Swiss chocolate. This carbon neutral company have been causing a stir online with their exciting creations and now you can try them for yourself!
Fairfield Farm Roast Rib Of Beef Crisps (RRP £0.80)
Proving that vegans don’t have to miss out on meaty flavours if they don’t want to, these Fairfield Farm Roast Rib Of Beef Crisps are perfect with a sandwich or bowl of soup for lunch, and are made using renewable energy.