Saturday, 9 January 2016

The Vegan Kind Catch Up Post

It's been a little while since my last post about The Vegan Kind, so I'm going to do a quick round up of the last 3 boxes of 2012 here for you!

I'll be honest, I don't know where all my cards are from the past three boxes. It's been a bit of a whirlwind the past few months, so I think they have been tidied away. This just means that my post might not be as detailed as usual, but you'll still be able to see all the lovely products!


My favourites from this box were the Lazy Day crispy treat snacks and the Mindful Mylk chocolate - so creamy!


I loved everything in this box!

Both chocolate bars were gorgeous. I love honeycomb and I love cookies, so combining them into chocolate bars was a great idea!

The lip balm smells amazing and left my lips feeling lovely and smooth.

The bag of crisps was so big it filled the entire box!

We've only tried one flavour of the quinoa so far (TexMex) but it was very tasty - and so quick and easy. I'm looking forward to testing the others.

And I have another fab wristband to add to my collection!


The Christmas box was packed full of wonderous goodies!

The cookie mix made some absolutely wonderful cookies. I don't usually use box mixes but they were so tasty!

I don't like mint chocolate so didn't try the owls but Mr Hatter assures me that they were very tasty - he didn't even realise they were made of dark chocolate! He liked them so much, we bought some of the "milk chocolate" penguins as a Christmas treat!

I always like smelling the new candles that TVK send - I think this is the third one I've had from Harper's Bizarre - and this one was no exception. We've had it burning throughout the festive period.

Nakd bars are a staple in our house, and the Christmas Pud flavour is a great wintery one!

I've been wanting to try the Orange Choc Shot for so long, and now I have a bottle I can't decide what I want to make with it! I want to use it in something tasty but don't want to waste it... decisions, decisions...

And finally we have Freedom Mallows. I love these, they're so tasty!

I decided I wanted to make Rocky Road Brownies with them but the cupboards were a little bare, so I ended up using what I had on hand - these mallows, some dark chocolate which I chopped up, and the last bit of a jar of Lotus biscuit spread. They tasted great but the marshmallows melted a bit more than I would have liked, so it looks like I'm going to have to make another batch to perfect the recipe... oh well! Would you like to see this flavour on an upcoming stall?

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