SourcedBox Sunday: May Edition

I get so excited each month when my Sourcedbox arrives! It’s a great way of eating healthy snacks without having to hunt for them in the supermarket or health food shop. Over 10 snacks each month straight to your door for only £18.95 (SourcedBox). What more could you ask for?

For those who haven’t seen my previous posts, I’ll quickly recap that the majority of the snacks in SourcedBox are vegan, dairy free and natural. To see my previous boxes, see below;

Sourcedbox Sunday – March Edition
SourcedBox Sunday: April Edition

I’m going to be completely honest, I’ve been faced with so many snacks last month, especially with it being Easter as well, that I haven’t even started the majority of my April snacks.

The Ginger Teatox bar in the box though was literally like eating a yummy, melt in your mouth ginger cake it was DELICIOUS. My other favourite was the Banana Rolls – they looked like some weird dog chew – but my goodness they were so creamy and delicious it was insane. 

So what was in the box this month?

Elderflower Matcha Drink – Teapigs
This super power matcha green tea has been mixed with spring water and elderflower juice to create a light and refereshing floral drink.

Salt & Pepper Popped Lotus Seeds – Nuto
A healthy and nutritious snack made from popped lotus seeds, flavoured with Himalayan salt and cracked pepper.

Salted Caramel Crumble Granola – The Department of Breakfast
A raw, gluten-free salted caramel crumble built on the base of sprouted buckwheat, combined with Lucuma and pink Himalayan salt.

Wild Blueberry Chocolate – Goodio
A unique combination of raw chocolate and wild blueberries gathered from the Finnish wilderness to create a truly irresistible bar of cocoa goodness.

Strawberry Scrummies – Clearly Scrumptious
Strawberry flavoured juicy cranberries and succulent raisins, just like your favourite childhood sweet but refined sugar-free and 1 of your 5 a day!

Clean & Green Tea – Teapigs
Perfect over ice in the summer, this tea is a super combination of green tea, lemongrass, ginger, coconut and cleansing dandelion leaves.

Curry Crunch Seeds – The Toasted Seed Company
Curry crunch is a slightly toasted mix of sunflower, pumpkin and sesame seeds that perfectly brings out the spicy aroma alongside a mild yet exotic taste.

Cocao & Almond Rawcha Bar – The Pretty Smart Food Co.
A lush blend of matcha, almonds, raw cocao, chia seeds, spirulina and chlorella. Vitamin E, fibre, antioxidants and 100% guilt free yumminess, all in one bite.

Choco Rocket Raw Cookies – Iraw Healthy Habits
Who doesn’t like a bit of chocolate?! Enjoy the flavour of cocao and carob with the richness of maple syrup.

Chilli & Oregano Olives – Oloves
Big juicy olives with a little cheeky chilli, garlic and oregano. Unlikely to knock your socks off, but will certainly tingle your taste buds!

Which snack in this box are you most excited about? I’d love to know.

Love, always.

Becca-x

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13 thoughts on “SourcedBox Sunday: May Edition

  1. Ooo loving these products! I wonder how the salted caramel crumble was, as I love anything salted caramel. I love how theyre products that you wouldnt usually find in a supermarket cause it means the subscription box is definitely worth the money cause theres all these really amazing products in there that I’ve actually never seen! The Matcha drink also intrigues me as I’ve heard about “matcha” before but don’t actually know what it is 🙈

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  2. Hi! I know my kids would love the strawberry scrummies. Did you like them? I’d probably like the curry seeds myself. It’s fun to see what comes in the box. I always figure I’m too picky to order a surprise box! they send a good variety though… so nice! Glad you’re enjoying them. have a great day!

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    1. I haven’t actually tried either of those things yet but the scrummies sounds super tasty and I can imagine the curry seeds would be a great film snack!

      Thanks for visiting x

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