January's Vegobox arrived in the mail yesterday. So I just couldn't help myself from making a quick little unboxing video. I mean a box full of vegan goodies... what's not to like?

This month's box contained a recipe card, Ten Acre crisps, Tutti Frutti Original (Fazer recently made these gelatine and carmine free), Trek Toffee Triumph, bars from Get fruity and Eat Natural and last but not least chocolate from Vivani and Gnaw. Yum!

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These seed crackers are one of my go-to snacks when craving something salty. They are easy to make and not only vegan, but also gluten and dairy free. The recipe is posted both in English and Swedish.

No Flour Seed Crackers (gluten and dairy free)

1/2 cup flaxseeds
1/2 cup sesame seeds
1/2 cup pumpkin seeds
1 tablespoon psyllium husk
1/4 cup olive oil
1 cup water (warm)
sea salt

Fröknäcke utan mjöl (gluten- och laktosfria)

1 dl linfrön
1 dl sesamfrön
1 dl pumpakärnor
1 msk fiberhusk
0.5 dl olivolja
2 dl vatten (varmt)

Step 1: Pour all seeds, a pinch of salt and the psyllium husk into a bowl. Blend.

Step 2: Add olive oil and boiled water to the mix and stir for a couple of minutes until it thickens.

Step 3: Tip out onto a baking paper-lined oven tray and spread out as thin as possible.

You can use a rolling pin to make it even thinner. Put a baking sheet in between to avoid the rolling pin getting sticky.

Step 4: Bake for 20 minutes on 150 C (300 F).

Step 5: Lower the oven temperature to 125C (260F). Remove crackers from the oven and cut into squares with a pizza slicer. Bake for another 20 minutes.

Step 6: Turn off the oven heat and let the crackers bake another 5-10 minutes.

Step 7: Remove tray from oven and break the crackers into squares. Allow them to cool completely then store in an airtight container at room temperature. I use a metal cookie jar for storage.



Hi world,

It's time for this vegetarian to join the blog world. I recently started subscribing to Vegobox, which is a monthly subscription box containing vegan snacks. It's available in several European countries. Each month, I get a box full of goodies delivered by mail and each month I get to feel like a kid on Christmas opening that said box. Since the selection of vegetarian and vegan snacks are limited in Sweden, I think this is a fun and exciting way of discovering new products. I made a quick unboxing video to show the contents of December's Vegobox. Enjoy!