The vegan kind lifestyle box #98 December 2021

The vegan kind lifestyle box #98 – Last box of 2021!

I totally forgot to get a picture of the box as I normally do – doh! Box 98 is the last box of 2021 and it was fill of festive goodies.

What I have tried so far:

Nomo Cookie Dough Reindeer (rrp £0.93) – You know you get those little Malteser bunnies at Easter? well this is kind of the began equivalent and I loved it!

Mackies Boking day Curry crisps (rrp £1.39) – I was dubious as to what these would taste like, I surprisingly enjoyed them, tasted just like a curry flavour crisp. The kids also enjoyed them and even finished the packet!

New England Mince Pie shorties (rrp £2.29) – having previously tried New England shorties back in box 85 (where I felt the were stale turns out I had waited to long to eat them doh) and these were yummy – just a nice subtle hint of mince pie flavour

Mighty Fine Salted Caramel Honeycomb dips (rrp £2.99) – OMG! these are a crunchie in bite size! They are so good, though for the price you do not get much in a bag – not one I would purchase regular due to the price but they sure are tasty!

Hill Gingerbread Men 3pk (rrp £0.30) – loved these and so did the kids! Can’t really go wrong with a gingerbread man really can you?

Thingies Cheese Toastie Corn Snack (rrp £0.20) – Really liked these, sublt cheesy taste and reminded me of cheap wotsits (which I loved btw)

Still to try:

Wagamama Teriyaki Stir Fry Sauce (rrp £1.15) – I have a love hate relationship with Teriyaki sauce need to get some tofu and try this one.

Harper’s Candles Gingerbread Candle (rrp £5.00) – not had a chance to light this yet but it smell sooooo good – good enough to eat, but I just had the gingerbread men instead lol

This months recipe:

Vegan Sugar Cookies

Box Value:

£14.25

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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