Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Graze review, May 2014

I was so excited to see a shipment from Graze at my doorstep yesterday. Graze is a subscription service that, for $6, sends four individually packaged healthy snacks to your home or office, either once a week, or once every two weeks, depending on your preference. I'm on the "every two weeks" plan, so twice a month I look forward to receiving a box of tasty, good-for-me treats.

I wonder what's inside...

Tah-dah! (Though I still don't know what's inside because of the glare from the overhead lights.)

1. Summer Berry Flapjack. I'll start off by saying that I haven't yet tried any of these snacks, so I can't comment on their taste (though I'm sure they're all amazing). This particular snack is a "flapjack" made from rolled oats and cranberries. I should not be typing this up before lunch, because now my stomach is rumbling.

2. Nature's Immunity Nuts. This mix contains cashews, brazil nuts, and pistachio kernels.

3. Brooklyn Bites. A mixture of poppyseed pretzels, cheese cashews, and roasted pumpkin seeds. Sounds amazing, but I was a little surprised to have received it, as I thought that, on the Graze website, I had indicated that I didn't want to get anything with cheese in it. (I'm allergic to cheese.) However, once I checked out the website, I found that I had neglected to "X" out this particular item. Now that I've corrected my error, I can be sure that future Graze shipments will be cheese-free.

4. Toffee Apple. This consists of toffee sauce with Granny Smith slices. Can't wait to try it!


Yet again, I loved my Graze box! It's exciting to open each shipment and discover the goodies that I'll be eating in the coming week. If you want to try out Graze for yourself, head here -- Graze subscription link -- and use my referral code (TONYAB2MP) to receive your first and fifth boxes for free!


  1. I'm intrigued! So....do you like it? Are the snacks as yummy as they look?

  2. They are! You can go on Graze's website to select the snacks in which you're interested, and those you don't want to receive, so it's a safe bet that you'll like whatever ends up in your box.