Let me tell you about my latest amazing discovery...
VEGAN TUCK BOX!
Vegan Tuck Box is an amazing, fairly new vegan company that specialise in guilt-free, DELICIOUS vegan snacks that boxed up and delivered right to your door!
I nibbled away at my Tuck Box for about a week and found it an amazing staple to have sitting in the pantry. I primarily used it for snacking (which I do a lot of!) and sharing with friends. Some samples I took with me for a hectic day, some were great for after exercising and others, perfect for when I had friends over and needed sweet treats to share.
Where I live in Manchester, it's not exactly easy to find decent vegan snacks. Having my Tuck Box made my life (and shopping!) that bit easier for the week. (And more delicious.)
So, What Was in My Tuck Box?
I honestly don't know where to start bragging about these snacks. My first endeavour was the Fig and Linseed Flapjack - which was a no-brainer as someone who is slightly obsessed with Flapjacks.I saw it in the box and dived in straight away. This one was super healthy, nutritious and a perfect, high-energy snack.
The Doisy and Dam Chocolate Bar was saved for sharing with friends, which was a good move because if I'd attempted that alone, the entire thing would have been polished off, no problem whatsoever. I got this out along with the Emily Apple Fruit Crisps and the Thai Summer Heat Peanuts for everyone to share. It made an amazing sharing board, but have to confess - the Peanuts stole the show. They were perfectly spicy, a delicious combination of flavours, wholesome ingredients and SO moreish. I was fighting for the last mouthful.
My partner and I shared the Raw Brownie and it was great. Kind of exactly what you expect from a raw brownie - but up there as one of the best I've had. Again, perfect for taking in your bag for a sweet snack during the day. The company, Elements for Life, seem fantastic also, which is always a bonus. I'd never heard of them, so thank you Vegan Tuck Box for introducing us.
Honestly - everything in this Tuck Box was worth bragging about. The Promamel Cashew Milk sample was super handy for a busy work day, the Sarelle chocolate was delicious (and they have an amazing array of sweet products on their website!), I LOVE the Maca Superseeds and am still finding ways to include them in my meals.
A quick favourable mention has to go to the Ten Acre Hickory BBQ Crisps, which were really tasty (coming from someone who usually doesn't like crisps!) and JJ's Chocolate Covered Vanilla Cocomels. These two bites were really sweet, deliciously chocolatey and no one would guess were vegan.
If you've not yet discovered them - definitely go check out the Vegan Tuck Box haven. They have Gluten Free boxes, Classic Boxes (which change each month), Mini boxes and Gift Boxes, which I will utilise for my next friend's birthday!
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