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♡ The Goodness Project – Subscription Box Review ♡

We have spent our weekend devouring a delicious box of goodies, kindly sent to us by our friends at The Goodness Project.

The Goodness Project save us all time and energy by selecting a variety of food, beauty and lifestyle projects each month and shipping them right to our doors. Boxes start from as little as £9.95 and you are able to choose exactly what you would like. There is something to suit everyone!

When our box arrived I was immediately impressed with the packaging. The box, white in colour with leaf detail, was really great quality, and things only improved as I opened it up and delved inside.

♡ Contents ♡


Cacao Protein Bites

Sugar-Free  ♡ Gluten-Free  ♡ Wheat-Free  ♡ Vegan-Friendly

✮ Ingredients: Gluten Free Oats, Cashew Nut Nibs, Ground Almonds, Cocoa Powder ✮

There is absolutely no baking involved in this, you simply add maple syrup and either coconut oil or dates and you are ready to roll. Literally! Make 16 balls by rolling them in your hands and then pop them in a container and into the fridge. 2 hours later they are ready to enjoy, and they are delicious!

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Crispy Veggie Crisps

Vegan-Friendly  ♡ Made from 280g of Fresh Veggies

✮ Ingredients: Potato, Carrot, Squash, Green Beans, Rice Bran Oil, Salt ✮

First off, the crisps themselves are completely adorable. There is something about eating colourful foods, it’s just so enjoyable and the contents look like the vegetables do in their whole state. The texture is fantastic and the slightly salted taste is to die for. Who knew vegetables could taste so good?

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Raw Maca & Cinnamon Fruit & Nut Bites

Raw  ♡ Gluten Free  ♡ Activated  ♡ No Added Sugar  ♡ Paleo  ♡ Dairy Free

✮ Ingredients: Buckwheat, Dates, Sunflower Seeds, Figs, Raisins, Maca Powder ✮

The Maca and Cinnamon fruit bites are quite simply out of this world! The sweetness of the fruit combined with the spice of the cinnamon is truly a match made in heaven. The texture is also perfect, slightly chewy, with an occasional nut crunce. Perfection!

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Crispy Salted Chocolate Coconut Curls

High in Fibre  ♡ Gluten-Free  ♡ Vegan-Friendly  ♡ Part of 5 a day  ♡ 96 Calories

✮ Ingredients: Coconut, Salt, Cocoa ✮

It was difficult to choose a favourite between these and the Maca and Cinnamon bites, so I decided not to and simply gobbled them both. The coconut curls are a taste sensation. The salt hits you first, quickly followed by the sweetness of the chocolate, and finally the coconut! Delicious! At only 96 calories, deliciously guilt-free too!

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Cashew & Ginger Energy Ball

Gluten Free  ♡ Dairy Free  ♡ No Refined Sugar  ♡ Vegan-Friendly

✮ Ingredients: 3 Dates, 8 Cashews, 1tsp Oats, 1/4 tsp Ground Ginger ✮

The first thing that struck me about this product was the adorable packaging! To be honest, the packaging of all fo the products was fantastic but the simplicity of this one in particular, stood out to me.  If you love ginger then you will love this. It is also so easy to recreate at home with just four simple ingredients.

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Fruit & Nut Dark Raw Chocolate

Dairy-Free  ♡ Gluten-Free  ♡ Soya-Free  ♡ No Refined Sugars  ♡ Vegan-Friendly

✮ Ingredients: Raw Cacao Butter, Raw Cacao Powder, Coconut Blossom Sugar, Raisins, Almonds ✮

I could smell the richness of the chocolate before I had even peeled back the label and my mouth was already watering. If you are a dark chocolate lover then you would be in heaven. I was genuinely surprised at how amazing dairy free chocolate is, you would honestly never knoew the difference.

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Miracle Matcha Health Mix-in

Gluten-Free  ♡ Vegan-Friendly  ♡ Lactose-Free  ♡ High Fibre ♡ No Artificial Flavours

✮ Ingredients: Flax Seed, Chia, Goji Berries, White Matcha, Steviol Glycosides ✮

The Matcha Mix can be added to yoghurts, smoothies, salada, breacks cereals and hot foods such as stews. It adds a tasty and nutricious boos to whatever food you fancy.

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Tickly Tamarind Chutney

Gluten-Free  ♡ Vegan-Friendly

✮ Ingredients: Tamarind, Jaggery, Root Ginger, Water, Black Salt, Salt, Spices ✮

It is suggested that you serve this with cheese, or drizzle it on chopped tomatoes or grilled chicken. The vision of this product is to prove that simple, handmade and wholesome foods are not only good for you but mouthwateringly delicious too. I can vouch for that being absoluely true in this instance.

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TAO Pure Infusion

Natural Ingredients  ♡ Low Calorie

✮ Ingredients: Water, Fruit Sweetener, Lemon Juice, Rooibus Tea, Plum Juice, Elder Blossom, Antioxidant Ascorbic Acid, Passion Flower Extract ✮

This deliciously refreshing drink is based on real tea infusions. It is completely natural and brimming with anti-oxidants and pure ingredients too. The roobius tea, combined with plum and elder blossom creates the most delicious and delightful taste.

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♡  There’s more…  ♡

The Goodness Project doesn’t just do snacks! and they don’t just do subscription boxes! They also do gifts, hampers, and a whole bunch of beauty and lifestyle products and all that good stuff.

Please note: The contents of each box will differ month to month, but this a true reflection of the amount and types of products you would receive.

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