Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Graze Healthy Snacks Subscription Box Review, April 2015 + 2 Free Boxes!

Some penance is probably in order after that last MunchPak review in all its unapologetic decadence.  Perhaps redemption can be found through Graze, which sends healthy and tasty snacks in portion controlled trays.  Graze is dedicated to finding unique combinations and flavors and the best quality ingredients.  They typically work with small batch suppliers and have an incredible variety of snacks available on their site.  Every Graze snack carries some nutritional benefit which is nice to know when your hunger demon strikes.

Graze boxes can be ordered in two sizes--four trays ($6.99 per box) or eight trays ($11.99 per box).  There is no delivery charge.  You can choose to have a box delivered every week or every other week.  The site makes it easy to delay shipments if you're going to be out of town or just want a break.
I think my current Graze box actually arrived at the very end of March but I'm going to call it my first April box.  The boxes often have cute seasonal themes and always have fun artwork inside the lid.  This one has a pastel Easter egg print on the lid.

Inside the lid are two lambs (grazing....ha!) in tall green grass.

You don't get to pick the exact snacks you will receive but Graze has a great rating system that lets you "like", "love" or "trash" any of their snacks at any time. They encourage you to do that so you won't get any snacks that you've "trashed".  The longer you stay subscribed, the more closely the snacks seem to match your tastes.  

The top row in this box contains "Honeycomb Flapjack" and "Cherry Fudge Sundae".  The bottom row contains a single serve bag of Graze's popcorn and "Olive & Rosemary Bruschetta".

Honeycomb Flapjack - I had never heard the term flapjack used to describe a rolled oats bar before subscribing to Graze but they have them in several different flavors. These are honey with chocolate drizzle on them.  They aren't my favorite of Graze's snacks but they are quite filling when you need substance to your snack.

Cherry Fudge Sundae - This mix contains whole blanched almonds, chunks of chocolate fudge, dried cherries and cherry flavored raisins.  With 8 grams of fat, this is not exactly a low fat snack but it is packed with vitamins and minerals.

Graze's Popping Corn (Twist of Black Pepper) - Since I've marked all the popcorn choices as "Love", I get these pretty frequently in my Graze boxes.  I can't say that black pepper flavor is my favorite, but hey....popcorn is popcorn!

Olive & Rosemary Bruschetta - This is a really tasty mix of olive croutons, rosemary and garlic cashews and tomato baguettes.  This is the very definition of a savory snack!

If you're interested in trying Graze, you can get two free boxes.  Click here and use code 29MRQJ1MP to get your first box for free.  If you remain as a subscriber, you will also get your fifth box for free.

Let the Grazing begin!


P.S.  If you want enough snacks to share, check out Graze's new Sharing Box.  This contains five bags, each containing four servings, for a total of twenty servings. 

Disclosure:  Views and opinions expressed in this blog are strictly my own. Product discussed in this post was purchased by Lone Star Shopper. Post may contain referral or affiliate links.

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