The vegan kind lifestyle box #84 Oct 2020

This months box had some great goodies in it. Something I never gave a thought to was vegan vitamins so was happy have a wee taster of the fishless omega 3.

First up we have Olly’s Multi-seed Sesame Pretzel Thins (rrp £0.89) – I have actually seen these in the supermarket but never tried them. They were really nice, strange as I am used to full sized pretzels

The British Crisp Co Cheese & Onion Crisps (rrp £0.99) – I was scared to try these as I am not 100% sold on vegan cheese flavours yet, but boy was I surprised! Even my cheese & onion loving son loved these, they are really like eating the real deal and I will be buying these again for sure.

The Curators Cocoa Caramel Peanuts (rrp £1.29) – lightly caramelised peanuts, with a dusting of cocoa and a pinch of salt – these were delicious!

Low Raw Cre&m Filled Wafer Bars (rrp £1.69) – if you love Kinder Bueno you will looove this alternative! OMG this was delicious

The Unrefined Bakery Almond Butter Flapjack (rrp £1.65) I have never been a huge fan of flapjack even before I became planted based. This was not bad but felt it was a little cakey and thick.

The Conscious Candy Co Vegan Fried Eggs (rrp £2.25) These tasted liked the real thing and dare I say they were better!

Vegums Fish-Free Omega-3 Gummies (rrp £5.95 see brand site vegums.com) not going to lie they tasted fishy and I think I would prefer these in tablet form, but once again my oldest loved them and took one every day!

This months recipe: No Bake Biscoff Bites

So far I have not tried the recipies but really looking forward to trying this one out.

Box Value: roughly just under £15

Fee

Fee is a 35 year old mother of three, who has been on the blogging scene since 1996. Over the years she has tried to change her style but finds the personal diary effect to be her niche - there are not many of those around in the blogging world nowadays.

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