My March Graze shipment was the first time I’ve gotten to check out their new 8-snack box. — I’m definitely a fan!
If you’re not aware, 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.
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!
The box! It actually looked about the same size as the 4-snack box, so I was a little nervous that there was a mistake…
…But it turns out there’s just two tightly packed layers of snacks. Yay!
A welcome card explained a little more about the subscription and included a referral code to share with friends (and earn rewards when they sign up!).
The back of the welcome card listed all of the snacks in my box, as well as nutritional info and ingredients for each one. I LOVE that they include this! All of the non-vegan snacks are marked as “never receive” in my Graze profile, but it’s nice to be able to double-check without logging into the site. 🙂
Triple Berry Smoothie – This fruity snack features a mix of mini strawberries, blueberries, cranberries, and banana slices. I didn’t love the bananas, but the berries were all really tasty — especially the strawberries. Mmm!
Snickerdoodle Dip – I received these in my last box — I rated them “love” in hopes of getting them again soon — and was happy to see their quick return. They’re crunchy cinnamon pretzel sticks with a side of snickerdoodle flavored dipping sauce.
Garden of England – A healthy mix of mini strawberries, soft apples, and blackcurrants. A nice snack for when you want something sweet, but not overly bad for you. Again, my favorite part was the mini strawberries. So good!
Cocoa Cookie Dippers – These oat and spelt based chocolate cookies weren’t awful, but I was very thankful that they came with the cherry compote. 😉 They’re a bit on the dry/bland side, so the sweetness of the dip made them a LOT more bearable.
Cherries & Berries – Cherries, lingonberries, cranberries, and jumbo raisins all came together for this berry-themed treat. It had a nice combo of both sweetness and tartness.
Summer Berry Flapjack – I received the Original Protein version of these last month and was excited to see Summer Berry this time around. They have a soft granola bar texture and are packed with oats, seeds, berries, and other good-for-you ingredients.
Stars & Stripes – This mix reminded me of traditional kid’s fruit snacks, but healthier. It featured mini blackcurrant stars, raspberry strings, and blueberry flavored cranberries.
Chocolate Cherry Protein Granola Topper – A delicious-looking mix of cocoa granola, chopped hazelnuts, freeze dried cherries, and soya protein crispies. This is the only snack I haven’t tried yet because I’m saving it to have with some vanilla ice cream. 😉
Another great snack selection from Graze! I love the new larger box and (as always) the fact that it’s so easy to customize the types of snacks you receive. It’s one of the few snack subscriptions that I get where I know that 100% of it is vegan-friendly. Heck yeah!
Remember — If you want to give Graze a try, you can get a FREE 4-snack sampler (just pay $1 shipping)! No coupon code needed.
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.
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