Graze Snack Boxes

Hello everyone! Today’s post is about a delicious subscription box  called Graze! This subscription box is a little bit different than usual subscriptions. The box is filled with food! So every month you get a new box filled with eight small snack samples. Each snack is so good, and the best part about it is that the snacks are healthy! They are made with wholesome ingredients and healthy portion sizes. Included in the box is a list of your snacks and the ingredients and health facts about them. My box had such delicious options in them, I couldn’t help but start eating as soon as I opened the package! Read on to discover more about my Graze box!


I got my box on Monday afternoon and it instantly brightened my day. I couldn’t wait to see what snacks I got! I was so excited to try them that my friend and I (along with the help of my siblings) opened three of the packages and tried them all in one sitting! They were delicious! Here are the snacks I got:

Cinnamon Pretzels– caramelized honey and cinnamon almonds and poppyseed pretzels. This was new to me, I had never tried honey and cinnamon almonds, or pretzels with poppyseed on them. They were different that I thought they would be, but they weren’t bad! I liked the saltiness of  the pretzels and the honey on the almonds!

Original Fruity Flapjack– rustic rolled oat flapjack with mixed seeds and dried fruits. Whenever I first saw this I thought I wouldn’t like it at all. But it was surprisingly good! It’s almost like a granola bar but filled with healthy grains and seeds, with a bit of a sweeter taste. I’m glad I tried it, because I really liked it!

Chocolate and Pretzels- chocolate hazelnut dip and lightly salted pretzel sticks. This was my favorite snack in the box. It was so good! It came with a small portion of hazelnut spread, almost like nutella, and then some pretzel sticks for dipping in the chocolate. I loved it!

Peachy Orchard- peach drops, rhubarb, and pear. This package was filled with dried fruit that you would find in an orchard. The peach drops were little circles of dried peaches. Then there were dried rhubarb and pear slices as well. This was good! I especially liked the peach drops!

Stars and Stripes– mini blackcurrant stars, raspberry strings, and blueberry flavored cranberries. This package was 4th of July themed, with little blackcurrant stars, strips of raspberry, and dried blueberry flavored cranberries. I liked the taste of these put together, and I really liked the raspberry strips!

Honey Drizzled Cashews– cashews roasted with honey. These were probably my second favorite, I really liked them! I had tried honey roasted peanuts before, but never honey roasted cashews. They were delicious!

Roasted Corn Kernels– corn kernels drizzled in ranch and roasted. This were new to me, but I liked them. I had never thought of the idea of corn kernels in ranch, but they were pretty good!

Red Pepper Salsa and Mini Pita Chips- I loved the idea of using pita chips as a healthier option, and I never thought of making salsa out of a red pepper. It was really good! Sweet, with a bit of a spiciness to it, but not much. This was gone so fast, everyone loved it!





One of the coolest things about this company is that you can pick out what snacks you want in each box, and each month you can pick out new snacks to try! The snack list on their website is endless, and everything looks so good! All of the boxes come with a separate sheet telling you the nutrition facts and information, and some of the healthy benefits the snacks provide. If you don’t like a snack, its okay, because next month you can get a completely new one! If you do like a snack, great! You can get it again next month!

If you want to try this box out for one time only, you can get a free trial on their website. But if you plan on using Graze for the next little while, I have a code for you! You can get your 1st and 5th Graze box FREE with the code LIZM1D4DB.

FTC: Thank you to Graze for sponsoring this post. Although I received the box for free in order to write the post, all opinions are solely my own. 

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