Subscription Review: Graze

It's been a few weeks since I posted a Graze box, as we were on vacation. This was a great box, which included two chocolate snacks and my favorite crunchy snack. 

Wholegrain Banana Caramel Dippers: banana shortbread with caramel sauce

These tasted just like soft banana cookies and they were amazing. I have mentioned it before, but the caramel sauce they use is delicious and I would buy it in a jar if they sold it.

Herby Bread basket: basil baguettes, garlic crostini, and oregano rice crackers

This is my favorite crunchy snack and I am always happy to see it! I love garlic crunchy things and I reserve eating this for a time when I really get to enjoy it.

Graze's chocolate orange: Belgian dark chocolate, orange raisins, and hazelnuts

All of the snacks with Belgian dark chocolate in them are fantastic. (The chocolate is so, so good.) I am enjoying the flavored raisins they send as well.

Cherry Fudge Sundae: brownie fudge, cherries, cherry raisins, and almonds

I don't like the fudge pieces quite as much as the dark chocolate, but I do like this snack since I like cherries and chocolate together.

There was no joke in this box, just a saying letting us know this was "hand picked for you in the graze kitchen".

One thing I noticed with this box is the packaging looks a little different! They added the "Snacking | reinvented" to the front of the box. I like it.

Are you interested in signing up for a Graze box? By using my referral code, you will receive your first and fifth boxes for free (and I'll get a dollar off, too). Boxes are $6/ea and you can get them sent every other week, every month, and in some parts of the country, weekly. You can try, like, love, and trash all the snacks to get just what you like. And you can cancel at any time. Try it here!

Disclaimer: I received no compensation for this review and all opinions are my own.
Subscription Review: Graze Subscription Review: Graze Reviewed by Maria on 10:00:00 AM Rating: 5

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