May brings us sunshine and showers (thought that was supposed to be April) and another Vegan Kind box. Here is this month’s review. (Apologies for the lateness).
Hectares Sweet Potato Crisps (RRP £1.00)
So delicious. Why aren’t more crisps made with sweet potatoes? These were so good. Just t
he right level of spice and flavour. My one complaint is that there wasn’t enough of them.
Wholeplus Hot Pot 70g (RRP £1.80)
I’ve been really into my homemade weekend porridge at the moment so was really happy to receive this little delightful packet. I received the Vanilla Spice flavour which includes a delicious mix of oats, dates, coconut milk powder, goji berries and maca powder. I made this with Rice coconut milk which made it even more creamy and I have to say I am a definite fan. I will be ordering some more and trying out the other flavours too.
BIO D Concentrated Non Bio Laundry Liquid Sample
This Laundry Liquid promises to be sustainable, contain no nasty chemicals, is hypoallergenic and also comes in recyclable packaging. A great eco-friendly find, this left my clothes nice and clean and my mind guilt free of course. The website looks great and full of other really reasonable priced eco-cleaning products; everything from washing up liquid and dishwasher powder to furniture polish and hand sanitiser.
Scoff Sweets Chocolate Fudge 150g (RRP £3.50)
Wowee! One of my favourite products I have received so far from The Vegan Kind. These creamy delights were a naughty treat. The buttery, chocolate taste was absolutely delicious. It was hard not to devour these in one sitting.
Dormouse Tea Company Loose Leaf Tea and Tea Bags (RRP £1.60)
I absolutely love tea but I’m afraid I am not a fan of Jasmine flavoured teas so this one wasn’t for me. However, would love to see more teas in The Vegan Kind boxes in the future. I will pass this on to a good home.
Golden Apple Hazelnuts and Peppermint Raw Biscuits 90g (RRP £3.95)
Raw biscuits are not something I have come across before so I was pretty intrigued to try these. Unfortunately they fell a little short for me. I liked the touch of peppermint flavouring coming through but felt they will a little soft. However, after spreading peanut butter on top (what else?) they were a little more favourable but I can’t say I will be seeking these out again.
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