It has been a while since I talked your ears off about Sourced Box, so I thought I would come back with a bang and share with you what I received in the February Sourced Box.
Raspberry Inferno Tea | The London Tea Company
This is a tea I would probably have iced. I love the London Tea Company, their Earl Gray Tea is one of the loveliest teas I have come across so I was excited to come across this little packet in this months box.
Lightly Salted Snapea Rice Sticks | Yushoi
I had seen the Yushoi Snapea Rice Sticks in Holland & Barretts a couple of time. They intrigued me but I never investigated them until now. I have to say I was so pleasantly surprised by this packet of salty goodness. It reminded me of salted flavour crips but with a wotsit like texture. These are perfect to have as a snack for work to go with some sandwiches or soup.
Himalayan Rose Salt Raw Chocolate Brownie | 100% Natural
I have had the 100% Natural Brownie before and was lucky enough to meet the lovely Jess at Planet Organic back in July on a visit in to London. I absolutely adore these. Now do not get me wrong, these are still an indulgent treat but they are a healthy indulgent treat which is why I love them. The fact they are in this packaging means you can carry them around them around in your bag. I enjoyed eating mine after warming it up slightly in the microwave with a cup of tea.
African Mango Pormix | Wyldsson
I have to say the one thing I struggle with then it comes to healthy balanced plant based living is seeds. These come in a handy tube so you can put them in your desk at work and add them to salads or soups if you want to bulk them up. not my favourite thing from the box but the box is all about trying new snacks and this is one of them.
Cranberry Kiss Chocolate | Conscious Chocolate
Sourced Box knows it chocolate. Healthy Alternatives to chocolate can be a big hit or miss. You do really have to go through some trial and errors to find one which works for you. All the brands I have come across via Sourced Box have been delicious. The Cranberry Kiss Chocolate has the perfect balance of fruit and chocolate in it. The chocolate is sweet and velvety again perfect as a little treat with your cup of tea. I am tempted to purchase their mixed boxes to try a few of the different flavours they have available.
Almond and Coconut Bar | Love Raw
Love Raw is a brand I came across a while ago. I tried their chocolate flavour bar before and have to admit I was not a big fan of it. They have since rebranded so I may have to give it another try.
Raspberry and Beetroot Truffles | Functional Food Company
The word truffles excite me greatly. (Booja Booja Truffles are hard to beat) The truffles form the Functional Food Company were delicious. They were reminiscent of white chocolate mixed with raspberry giving the perfect blend of sweet and bitter.
Salted Caramel Pecks | Inspiral
As someone who is particular about the way she consumes coconuts, I was pleasantly surprised by the Salted Caramel Pecks Coconut Pecks. They are essentially coconut crips with a salted caramel flavour. If you like your coconut but can sometime finds it too strong, this is the one to try.
Zesty Orange Date Hearts | Beloved
I recently came across Beloved in my local Asda so I was extremely glad to come across this packet. I did an Instagram story with these sweet treats because they are cutest little hearts filled with date goodness. I did some further investigation and they have a chocolate flavour I need to try and get my hands on sometime soon.
In case you are interested, you can grab your own Sourced Box here. There still time to get a March Box sent to you. It is £18.95 a month and you get all of this healthy snacked goodness.