Happy Friday! My TVK box arrived yesterday, and I was pleased to see that it included a good mix of new vegan-friendly treats that I hadn't tried before, alongside some firm favourites of mine. Let's take a closer look!
If you're new to The Vegan Kind, everything that they include is suitable for vegans, and whilst I'm not a vegan myself at this moment, I do enjoy trying out new foods and products that are dairy-free. You can check out my previous reviews of this box here.
This month's The Vegan Kind box contains six products; five of which are food, one's a drink, and one's a beauty product.
ConsiderIt Chocolate Cream Egg (RRP £2)
Last year, The Vegan Kind included an awesome vegan cream egg from ConsiderIt (read my review of that box here) and it's back again for this Easter! These are handmade and are absolutely delicious. The yellow and white 'egg' fondant inside is sweet, but not sickly like Cadbury's, and the vegan Belgian chocolate holds it all together well for a satisfying Easter treat.
inSpiral Salted Caramel Coconut Pecks (25g, RRP £0.99)
I'm a salted caramel fiend (seriously, give me ALL the salted caramel things, right now!), so I was excited to try these organic coconut chips from inSpiral, who are a brand I haven't come across before. These are amazing as the air dried coconut chips are coated in a salty vanilla caramel sauce and they're made from only 4 natural ingredients. Seriously moreish and crunchy!
Good Hemp Foods Hemp Heart Seeds (225g, RRP £4.49)
For something more healthy, there's a bag of Hemp Heart Seeds from Good Hemp Foods. These seeds are naturally high in complete protein, fibre and omega 3, and you can use them in lots of different ways - e.g in baking, as toppings (I reckon these would be great on something like a homemade apple crumble!), and sprinkled on cereal, salads, yoghurt, porridge and soups. They make a nice change from using Chia Seeds on everything, feel more substantial, and have a delicious nutty flavour.
Rebel Kitchen Chai Mylk (330ml, RRP £1.89)
I never liked cow's milk drinks when I was kid so I've been enjoying dairy-free milk alternatives for many years and I love Rebel Kitchen's range of 'mylks'. They're made from a simple blend of spring water and coconut milk, with just a few extra natural ingredients added. This one's the Chai flavour which I've had many times and it's oh-so-good.
Ten Acre When Bombay Got Spicy Crisps (RRP £0.85)
I try not to eat crisps too often, but when I do, these crisps from Ten Acre are one of my favourite flavours to pick up. They've got a really good, classic Bombay taste to them with a subtle amount of spice for a little kick. A yummy treat to go with a lunchtime sandwich or dunked into a bowl of soup!
Human+Kind Orange Conditioner for Dry Hair (200ml, RRP £7)
I've been introduced to a couple of products from Human+Kind through The Vegan Kind boxes, and this month they've included one of their hair conditioners. It's enriched with lots of moisturising ingredients such as Shea Butter, Avocado Oil and Sunflower Oil, and is specially formulated for dry hair which is perfect for me! Looking forward to trying it out - it smells lovely!
Also in the box was this month's monthly recipe card featuring some delicious looking Chargrilled Tofu & Veggie Skewers, and April's chosen charity is the Lotus Sanctuary who are currently crowdfunding for a new vegan-friendly animal sanctuary which will provide care and shelter to abused and neglected animals in central Scotland.
To find out more about The Vegan Kind, visit their website here. £10 + p&p each month in the UK, with worldwide shipping options available.
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