I couldn't see what's in the corn chips, since the ingredients list was chopped off on the label.
As far as taste, they tasted surprisingly much like Doritos, with the crunch of tortilla chips!
I wasn't expecting to like them, as I often don't like savory raw foods, but they didn't have an overwhelming garlic or onion flavor!
The blueberry pancakes are made of bananas, pecans, macadamias, blueberries, agave nectar, honey, vanilla bean, celtic sea salt.
And that's it. Nothing whatsoever with a funny name, or that you wouldn't eat on its own (well, salt and vanilla bean might be questionable by themselves, but you get my point).
They're served with the honey agave mixture as syrup to cover them with. I was a little startled when I realized that the serving size was just one pancake, as they're not much bigger or thicker than my palm each.
But by the time I finished one, I was actually satisfied! They're sweet and rich in a way that forces you to slow down and savour each sweet, creamy bite. To me, they definitely tasted more like a decadent dessert than a breakfast, but they are healthy enough to be part of a nutritious breakfast!
Now for my favorite of the samples they sent. No surprise here, it's the dessert - the lemon tart.
Sorry, this is also the one that I don't have an individual picture of, as it seems to have disappeared somewhere into my phone's camera. I'm just using the one from their site but, surprisingly, the lemon tart actually does look like that. Only the slice is bigger :)
The lemon tart is kept frozen, not in the fridge, and that makes it taste like a mix between a lemon pie and and a creamy ice cream pie. Hello, AMAZING. This goes straight to my list of best desserts that I've ever had, including homemade, restaurant, and non-vegan desserts, and I think I might even be asking for it as my birthday cake this year! It's a creamy, tart lemon filling over a crunchy, rich cashew and coconut based crust. All that's in it is cashews, agave nectar, lemon, coconut oil, cashew butter, shredded coconut, maple syrup, dates, salt, turmeric, and vanilla beans. All healthy stuff, but this tastes soooooo good!
Okay, rave over - moving on.
The portion is very generous in size and the the zucchini noodles? I've never had zucchini noodles before but OH. MY. WORD. They were so amazing - the texture was out of this world, the flavor was refreshing and nutty (it's hard to describe, somehow it wasn't just your regular zucchini - I guess the dressing, maybe?) and once it was dressed in the cashew mixture, it was just soooooooooo good. This whole dish was so amazingly fresh, which I was really impressed by since I ate it the day after receiving it and all of the veggies have a lot of surface area for oxidation because of how they're chopped. But nope, no sogginess here!
I wasn't super-crazy over the Bac'n Jalepeno Peppers, as they were a bit spicy for wimpy me.
The onion/garlic flavor was also a little stronger in here than I like, probably because of the Bac'n, but the cashew filling was nice and creamy. It really tasted like some kind of cheese filling.
Maybe like cream cheese mixed with some other sort? Sorry, I'm not really a cheese connoisseur (see the whole sweet-over-savoury thing).