If you have decided to turn vegan for the New Year, or are simply more interested in the lifestyle then I urge you to try The Vegan Kind subscription boxes.
If you have a scroll through old posts on the blog you will see all of the awesome products that I have received throughout the year, and this month is more of the same.
The lovely people at TVK also give 10p from every box to charity. This month’s chosen cause was Veganuary. Veganuary is great, as it helps people transition to veganism with ease, providing tips and advice.
First of all, this popcorn looks beautiful. I kind of didn’t even want to open it! Of course I am glad I did though, as it tastes delicious. I might even go as far to say that it is the best popcorn I have ever had. Best of all, the antioxidant rich ingredients mean that they are nutritious too.
I was excited to see these in my box this month, as I became addicted to something similar while visiting New York in December. These are a healthier alternative to potato chips, but give you the same salty, crunchy satisfaction. You can also grab them at Tesco, Sainsbury’s and the Co-op, so they will definitely become part of my weekly shop.
With no E-Numbers, gelatin, beeswax or any other nasties, these may just be the perfect vegan jelly beans. Made from only natural flavourings and fruit juices, these zingy beans are a great guilt free sweet option. They certainly went down well in my house, as me and my boyfriend polished them off in under 10 minutes!
Animals + avocados = a vegans dream. What better way to showcase this than these little pins that would look so cute on a denim jacket?!
My kitchen cupboards, mainly filled with differing teas, show that I am a true tea lover. These smarter teas are a welcome addition to my ever expanding collection, as they taste great, but are also fortified with vitamins, making them an extra healthy hot drink.
I can’t even explain to you how good this is. Honestly, the people at Conscious chocolate must be magic, as this raw bar, sweetened naturally with agave tastes divine. If you missed your Terry’s Chocolate Orange over the Christmas period, this is certainly the best vegan alternative.
When I first sipped this, I wasn’t sure if I liked it or not, which is very confusing as I love banana and coconut milk! However, the more I drank, the more I liked it, and by the end I wished there was more. Made with only crushed banana, coconut milk, date nectar and cocoa, this is a great alternative to a calorie laden milkshake.
Now… Just to wait for next month’s surprises.
If you’ve tried out any of these products be sure to let me know what you think!