I am all about healthy snacking, but I’m also all about variety. I get sick of eating the same thing over and over very quickly, but it can be expensive to keep a bunch of different snacks in the house. That’s why I was so excited to try Graze.

Graze is a subscription box that sends you 8 individually portioned snacks for $11.99 once a month, once every two weeks, or every week, depending on your subscription. The fun thing about Graze is that its totally different from Love with Food, or any other snack box. While those boxes send you different brands of snacks to try, Graze has over 100 snack recipes of their own. These snacks range from seasoned nuts, granola toppers for yogurt, flapjacks, trail mix, dried fruit, and even a few healthy cookies and brownies. When you sign up you can go through all of the snacks and decide which ones you want to try and which ones just don’t really look appealing. I kept in almost everything minus just a couple. In addition to the large variety of tasty snacks, most of them are fairly healthy as well. Almost every snack has a label with a health benefit on it, whether it be gluten free, whole grain, high fiber, or the amount of calories in the box.


I was so excited to try my snacks when the first box arrived. The picture above is 4 of the 8 snacks I got in my first box. The picture below shows the other 4. I love the variety of snacks. A few sweet and a few salty and savory. Personally I love the flapjacks, they’re like little granola bars but they taste very indulgent. The snickerdoodle dip was one that I was forced to share with my boyfriend. It was cinnamon pretzels with a cookie butter dip. Oh man, so good. The Laksa soup on the top right corner is one I tried on a whim. When you go in to set your snack preferences the soups are automatically turned off because they know they aren’t the most popular. I am a soup lover myself though, so I decided to give it a try. I actually really enjoyed it. You take the paste in the small left pocket and mix it up with water, add the noodles, and heat it up. It was definitely a nice, savory little snack. I loved the strawberries and cream granola as well. I used it as a yogurt topper for breakfast one morning and satisfied my sweet tooth without making me feel guilty. The Kettlecorn Kern Pops were also another favorite. They are like little sweet and salty half popped kernels. IMG_0443

Another thing I love about Graze is that you can purchase larger quantities of a snack you enjoyed. They sell sharing bags or individually packed multipacks of almost all of their snacks. I haven’t purchased any yet but there are a few that I’m very tempted by.

Out of all of the snack boxes I’ve tried this is by far my favorite. All of the snacks are fun and tasty, as well as being fairly healthy. I think the packaging of their products also makes it more fun than a lot of other boxes I’ve tried. This is one that I will definitely be renewing once my subscription runs out.

Bonus: sometimes you can find a Groupon for Graze as well!

Posted by:madetoorder

I'm just an aspiring Registered Dietitian who loves food.

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