Graze review time!
If you haven’t heard, Graze is an affordable snack subscription that features over 100 unique snack options that you can filter to best suit your taste/diet. Each box contains 8 (previously 4) different snacks and you can choose to receive a box weekly or once every two weeks.
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.
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.
Subscriptions are $11.99/box for 8 snacks, but you can also try a FREE 4-snack sampler (just pay $1 shipping).
Let’s see what’s in my latest Graze box!
A peek inside.
The back of the insert card listed all of the snacks in my box, as well as nutritional info and ingredients for each one. (The text is pretty tiny, but much easier to actually read in person.)
I think this was my first time trying this snack and I really enjoyed it. There was a nice mix of crunchy proteins (unsalted pecans & almonds) and sweet, chewy cherries. A filling, yet healthy lil’ treat.
I’ve had this snack once before and kinda have mixed feelings on it. The little cranberry hazelnut toasts weren’t really something I’d reach for on their own, but the chocolate dip is delicious. SO good!
An all-fruit mix consisting of blueberries, lingonberries, chewy apple pieces, and cherry flavored raisins. An ideal snack to have on hand for when you’re craving something sweet but don’t want to indulge too much.
These “kern pops” are like a cross between corn nuts and popcorn. The half-popped kernels have a satisfying crunch and I love the sweet & salty kettlecorn flavor combo.
A heart-healthy blend of dried pears, walnuts, and apple juice sweetened cherries. This is a nutritionist approved mix that offers a good source of copper & manganese for increased energy.
When you rate your snacks prior to receiving your first Graze box (to determine your taste profile), you can state whether or not you have a microwave. I had previously selected “No” because I really didn’t want to get a packet of microwaveable popcorn. However, I recently decided to update my answer to give the popcorn a try… I’ve yet to actually make this, but I’m guessing it’ll be comparable to any other brand.
A good source of Vitamin E, this contains a mix of hazelnuts, peanuts, cranberries, and raisins. Personally, I would have enjoyed it a lot more if the skins of the peanuts weren’t still intact.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. — A Graze box just isn’t a Graze box without one of their Flapjacks! 😉 They’re available in lots of great flavors (including seasonal ones like pumpkin spice!) and I love ’em all. This one is “summer berry” flavored and is absolutely delicious.