You may have heard of something recently called Veganuary which is where people from all over the UK are joining in with a pledge to go vegan for January. Whether you’re currently doing the challenge or if you’re simply wanting to look at easy, tasty ways to reduce your meat and dairy intake, The Vegan Kind‘s lifestyle subscription box is a great place to start!
Many people feel that going vegan is going to be difficult or that they’ll have to make do without their favourite snacks, but as you’ll see from The Vegan Kind, the range of vegan-friendly products that are readily available is only growing, which makes it a lot more fun to join in with!
Curious to find out more? Here’s what’s inside this month’s The Vegan Kind box:-
Kettle Chips Sheese & Red Onion Crisps (RRP £1.99)
Ensuring that vegans don’t have to miss out of their favourite Cheese & Onion flavoured crisps, these newbies from Kettle Crisps are absolutely amazing! Created in collaboration with the vegan chefs over at Bosh!, these crisps are just as crunchy and flavourful as their mainstream counterparts, if not more so!
MiiRO Crisp Coated Signature Peanut Chocolates (RRP £1.75)
Got a craving for some peanut M&M’s? Try these brand new vegan-friendly dupes from MiiRO! Free from gluten and palm oil, they also have 33% less sugar and the packaging is fully recyclable. Better for the environment, the animals and you!
TASS 2020 Calendar (RRP £5)
Made by Tribe Animal Sanctuary Scotland, this handy calendar features a variety of adorable animals that the sanctuary have rescued. A brilliant organisation to support – go check them out online at tribesanctuary.co.uk
NOMO Creamy Choc Bar (RRP £0.99)
If you thought all vegan chocolate was boring and plain, think again. This new dairy-free chocolate bar brand called NOMO (No Missing Out) is rich and creamy like milk chocolate, but completely free from dairy, gluten, eggs and nuts so it’s fantastic for people who have allergies as well. Super yummy!
Hüüg Hazelnut Praline (RRP £1.99)
Gathering up the world’s tastiest hazelnuts, Hüüg blends them together with hearty oats, juicy raisins and smooth, silky caramel to create a ridiculously tasty bar to eat on the go. Oh, and it’s topped with chocolate – what more could you ask for?
Myvegan Double Chocolate & Caramel Filled Cookie (RRP £2)
It’s easy (and tasty!) to meet your protein requirements as a vegan as this delicious cookie from Myvegan clearly demonstrates! Filled with gooey caramel, it’s packed with 13g of plant-based protein and is also low in sugar. The perfect post-gym treat.
Native Popped Lotus Seeds in Sea Salt & Pink Pepper (RRP £1.19)
The last product in this month’s The Vegan Kind box is a bag of Native Popped Lotus Seeds – an interesting and healthier alternative to regular popcorn. At only 82 calories per bag and a staggering 65% less fat than crisps, these are a guilt-free savoury snack to enjoy with lunch or on the go.
At the bottom of the box, I also found this month’s recipe which is for vegan French Toast – yum!