Today I am coming at you with a very exciting post! Recently, I teamed up with Kind To Earth to share a vegan haul/taste-test full of delicious treats. Kind To Earth are an Australian online, plant-based supermarket with extremely affordable goods and essentials. They are currently shipping Australia wide for a flat rate of $9.95. Orders over $70 receive free shipping. They generously sent me a box of goodies with a coupon code for my Aussie subscribers. Some of the items were a surprise, others I selected myself. You can use the code: BOOKISH at checkout to receive a 10% discount off of your total order. I want to give Kind To Earth a big thank you for being so friendly, professional and fantastic. I loved working with them. Without further ado, let’s get into it!
1.) Nestle – Vegan Kit Kat
Nestle has finally released a vegan Kit Kat and it is absolutely glorious! This iconic chocolate bar is made with a crisp wafer and blended with a rice-based milk alternative. Honestly, it tastes exactly like a regular Kit Kat. I love the packaging as well. It is 41.5 grams of goodness. I was really lucky to receive a packet as Kind To Earth had limited stock and sold out really quickly. You can order a bar here.
2.) Yum Earth – Organic Fruit Chews
These were a surprise treat from Kind To Earth. To be perfectly truthful, I’m not as big a fan of candy. I tried one and it tasted just like a Starburst. My husband devoured the entire packet and out of the four flavours, he said the lemon and cherry were the best. These chewy sweets are organic, non-gmo, gluten-free, nut-free and devoid of any high fructose corn syrup or artificial dyes. You can pick up a packet here.
3.) Pat and Sticks – Oat Milk, Vanilla Chocolate Chip, Ice Cream Sandwich
I love me an ice cream sandwich. Even in winter (which it is here in Australia) I cannot go past a treat like this. The Pat and Sticks brand are new to Kind To Earth. They are currently selling the Vanilla Chocolate Chip, Caramel Pecan and Double Chocolate flavours. I went with the basic vanilla and there was nothing basic about it! The oat milk filling is light and tasty and the chocolate chip cookie base is soft and chewy. I cannot wait to sample the rest of the range! You can order one here.
4.) Fabulous Freeform Factory – F&F’s Chocolate and Candy Coated Peanuts
This is another treat my husband demolished! Just like M&M’s, the F&F’s are chocolate-coated, roasted peanuts in fun shades. They are gluten-free, dairy-free and contain no artificial preservatives, colours or flavours. I wasn’t as big a fan of them as Francis but they were still yummy. I would happily serve them at a party. I think they would be a huge hit! You can order a packet here.
5.) Vego – Fine Hazelnut Chocolate Melts
I have been a big fan of the Vego range since their inception. Kind To Earth popped these into my box as a surprise and I’m so glad they did. There was a generous amount of chocolate buttons that I could snack on as I went about my day. You can use these for baking or making a delicious, rich hot chocolate. They are gluten-free, organic, dairy-free, palm-oil free, fair trade and certified organic. You can order a pack here.
6.) Serious Popcorn – Dark Chocolate Drizzle
This was without a doubt, my favourite item in the box. From this point forward, all popcorn will taste inferior to this one. I loved the combination of sweet and salty. Straight from New Zealand, this product is non-gmo, wholegrain, gluten-free and made with organic coconut oil. If you try only one thing from this post, let it be this. You can order a bag here.
7.) The Green Lion – Chocolate Pastizzis
I wasn’t sure this combination would work. After all, I love my pastizzis savoury. I’ve already tried the vegan spinach and ‘ricotta’ flavour from The Green Lion, so I was apprehensive about a chocolate version. I don’t know why I was nervous. This was such a winning mix! Delicious puff pastry and gooey chocolate? What more could you ask for? YUM! You can check them out here.
8.) The Green Lion – Sticky Date Pudding
Also, from The Green Lion, I was sent their Sticky Date Pudding. You get such a generous serving for $8.95. You simply heat it up in the microwave and serve. It comes with a deliciously hot caramel sauce on top. I loved the taste. It was very rich and definitely should be shared with somebody else. You can order one here.
I hope you enjoyed this post. Don’t forget to use my coupon code: BOOKISH at checkout for a 10% discount! Thank you once again Kind To Earth for being such an incredible company. I couldn’t recommend them enough.
Peace & Love xoxo
I’m in the uk and a few months ago there was chaos in the vegan community about this Kit Kat….and I’ve never once found it! I’m so jealous 😂 Vego chocolate is very popular here though and I love it!
Omg there is chaos here in Australia. People have been buying them in bulk so they’ve had to issue one packet per person rule. Vego is delicious!
Hahahaha that is amazing, rationing kit kats 😂
It’s nice to see Nestle changing a little but also worth remembering that the company is problematic: https://greenstarsproject.org/2018/09/11/ethical-consumerism-slavery-in-the-chocolate-industry/
I agree they are problematic but if they release vegan options it’s worth supporting otherwise they will just go back to keeping their entire range non vegan. It’s tough though I understand
I totally agree! I discussed that topic a few times when less-ethical corps buy or create a more ethical brand. Like Conagra and Garden in this post: https://ethicalbargains.org/2021/11/19/gardein-turky-roast-sustainability-ethical-review/