Graze Box Review #5

After a hiatus from Graze while we made our transition to a new address, we are back on track!  I switched to a 4-snack box rather than 8, just because I’d like to save a bit of money. $14 a month (one box every two weeks) seems to be a good amount to spend on snacks. That’s still affordable at $1.75 per snack.

October's first graze box with goodies and coupons
October’s first graze box with goodies and coupons

They included some coupon codes in the shape of leaves, and a $100 discount code for buying a case of wine, as well as the usual nutrition facts card– which featured a Pumpkin Spiced Latte recipe!  We have a big can of pumpkin at home, so I might try making my own PSL soon.

Four snacks we got in this graze box
Four snacks we got in this graze box

The image above is a screenshot from the graze website, which shows you which snacks you’ve received and gives you the opportunity to give feedback on whether you liked or loved the snack, or disliked it and want to trash it (you won’t receive any snacks you’ve trashed in future boxes).

The white chocolate and wild blueberry toasts was a great snack, very decadent.  The tuscan pesto kern pops and chai latte are repeats from earlier boxes, both of which are nice.  The fruit and seed flapjack, while healthy and tasty, is a little crumbly and annoying to eat.

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