Sweet Freedom Choc Shot – Full Size
Roots Hand Cooked Vegetable Crisps – Full Size
Elements for Life Yummy Scrummy – Full Size
Friendly Soap – Full Size
Pip and Nut Almond Butter Squeeze Pack – Individual Sample
Total Value: £10.08
I can’t believe that I’m blogging about the 20th The VeganKind Box this month. It seems like the very first box landed on my doorstep only weeks ago, but it’s been well over a year now!
The June 2015 box was fantastic, as is usually the case. I absolutely loved the raw brownie, even though I’m usually not into them at all. This one had a fantastic chocolate covering that I couldn’t get enough of.
As always, there was a non-edible item, which was a bar of soap this time that I haven’t yet had a chance to test out. This edition of The VeganKind also contained root vegetable crisps, which are a firm favourite for me, and a bottle of coconut Choc Shot, which I’m a huge fan of.
My absolute favourite, however, was the individual serving pack of almond butter. I’ve been looking everywhere for single-serving sachets of nut butter to take to work, keep in my purse and have as snacks on-the-go without the mess, but I haven’t found any easily accessible brands in the UK. I will definitely be ordering both the almond and peanut butters from Pip and Nut.
Did you receive this month’s box? What did you like best?
Disclaimer: I receive a 50% blogging discount on my TVK subscription. This does not affect the honesty of my review in any way.