I’ve tried Graze a while back, but for some reason never actually reviewed the box. I really did enjoy the snacks they sent, so I decided to try them out again for review (and snackin’) purposes. I absolutely do NOT regret my decision.
Graze is an affordable snack subscription that you can have delivered right to your home or workplace for just $6.99 per box (shipping included). You can choose to receive a box weekly or once every two weeks.
There are two different box types to choose from. The Nibblebox contains 4 different snacks chosen from a total of 90 available options. Snacks include nut mixes, granola bars, dried fruit, chocolatey treats, and more. The CalorieCounterBox also contains 4 snacks, but all of them will be between 50 and 150 calories per serving. Great for those who want a more guilt-free snacking option.
Graze is totally customizable and suitable for almost any diet. They have a filtering system that lets you “trash” any snack that contains something you don’t like so you’ll never receive it in your box. For example, since I’m vegan, I was able to automatically select all of the snacks that contained cheese, as well as the ones that contained milk and mark them all as “trash”. This ensures that I’ll never receive any snacks that contain cheese or milk. You have the ability to rate all of the snacks before (and after) you try them. So if something looks really good and you hope to see it in your box at some point, you can rate it as “love”. It’s a nice system and seems to work really well, based on the snacks I received.
Okay, let’s bring on the snacks!
First look. I love the bento-ish feel of the box.
The welcome card gives an overview of their ratings system and describes the two different box options that I talked about above.
The back of the welcome card features full nutritional info and ingredients for every snack included in your box. It looks like I did a good job “trashing” all of the non-vegan snacks, as all of the ones in my box were totally vegan-friendly. Yay!
Summer Berry Flapjack – I didn’t expect to like this as much as I did, but DAMN was it good! It had a granola bar feel/texture with the taste of a something buttery like a scone. It’s made with rolled oats, cranberries, and other tasty stuff. It’s hard to tell from my photos, but there were 3 separate pieces and I was very sad when they were gone.
Garden of England – A simple mix of soft apple slices, blackcurrants, and mini strawberries. This whole package is just 70 calories and the strawberries are amaaaazing. So, so good.
Dark Rocky Road – A satisfying mix of dark chocolate buttons, pecans, and dried cranberries. I love these chocolate buttons! They’re made with Belgian chocolate and are actually vegan. Woo! I ate all the pecans & cranberries first and saved the best part for last. Totally worth the wait.
Smoky BBQ Corn – This is a more savory mix. It includes jumbo salted corn and smoked cashews. Though it wasn’t bad, this was my least favorite snack in the box. I just prefer the sweeter stuff.
I was very happy with the snack selections Graze sent this time around. Actually, aside from the last one, I wouldn’t mind getting the first 3 snacks in every box. Yum!
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Graze January 2015 Review
I LOVE the customization options for Graze. It’s so easy to weed out the snacks you don’t want, which is great for picky vegans like myself. The flapjacks were ridiculously good and I wouldn’t mind having a full box of just those every week. Mmmm.
What do the stars mean?
★ = Crummy ★★ = Just Okay ★★★ = Good ★★★★ = Awesome ★★★★★ = Extraordinarily Awesome
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Disclosure: I received this box for review purposes. I was not compensated in any way. All opinions are my own. Post may contain affiliate and/or referral links.