Graze Box: An Honest Review - Get Your First Box Free


It's been a while since I have done a review. Luckily, I have no problem reaching out to companies that I believe offer outstanding products and asking them for stuff to review.

During college, I subscribed to Graze because I wanted to "snack healthy"... pretty much I wanted to try different snacks without buying them all and I see no better way to do that then a subscription box. Each box has a good mixture of sweet and savory (unless you specify one or the other), including this one I got to review.

This box was sent to me from Graze, free of charge, for review purposes. All opinions are my own and completely genuine. I will not be swayed with free product. If you are interested in getting yourself a Graze Box, feel free to use my referral link here. You'll get a free 4-snack box for signing up, which is a pretty awesome deal.

So here's what I got in my 8-snack box. I decided to rate all the snacks on a scale of 1 (low) - 5 (high) stars. These ratings are based off of my personal taste. I like to consider myself a fan of sweet tasting things, so take that as you want.


Lemon Drizzle Flapjack: I think Graze is trying to win my heart by sending me this one and putting it right on top. I love lemon-flavored anything. The "flapjack" was pretty much a chewy oat bar, and it was super delicious. The little container holds three little flapjacks which I easily devoured.

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Veggie Caesar: I enjoyed this snack, but I prefer sweet to savory and this is definitely savory. It does has a great taste, though. The cheddar bruschetta biscuit pieces are probably my favorite. Also, I didn't know what edamame beans are but they tasted pretty good too.

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Roasted Chili Honey Peanuts and Almonds: This mix was pretty good. I was expecting it to be a lot hotter, but I'm so glad that it wasn't. Some bites had more kick than others, but you can definitely taste both the honey and the chili. I could see myself eating a whole container of this during a movie or something.

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Booster Seeds: This mix has sunflower seeds, flax seeds, and pumpkin seeds in it. My first impression was that it needs salt. Second impression is that it is not good as a snack on their own. Maybe it would maybe be good in a smoothie bowl?

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Vitamin C Crush: Mango is the highlight of the mix. Dried fruits taste weird to me, they are very chewy and bland. Would probably be good on a smoothie bowl.

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Sweet Memphis Barbecue: This was probably my least favorite snack out of the box. It was very bland and I didn't taste the barbecue flavor at all, even on the "barbecue peas".

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Snickerdoodle Dip: I wish there was more of this dip. It tasted kinda peanut butter-y, but was so delicious and the pairing of it with the cinnamon pretzel sticks was a match made in heaven. I ran out of the dip before I ran out of the sticks though, which was sad.

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Popping Corn, Lightly Salted: I haven't gone out of my way to purchase popcorn in a long time, mostly because I prefer kettle corn. This lightly salted popcorn was great and was the perfect size to prevent over-eating. I kept it in the microwave for a little longer than 1 minute 30 seconds, for the record.

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I did enjoy trying all of these snacks, some more than others. (I may have also shared some with my neighbor because he likes food.) Again, if you want to try a Graze Box free of charge, feel free to use my referral link here. You do need to enter your card information when you sign up, but you can cancel at any time, even right after your free box ships. I promise you'll probably love the snacks they pick out for you more than I liked mine.

My questions for you, the reader: Do you subscribe to Graze or another snack food box? What are your opinions? 

2 comments

  1. I didn't know this was even a thing! I might try it out. I would want only sweet stuff though. lol

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    1. They have a box that is solely sweet treats! I definitely prefer that one.

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