Sometimes A Graze Is all It Takes

Sometimes A Graze Is all It Takes

I love subscription services.

I love trying new things.

But I get restless real easily and cancel them after just a few months.

So I decided to try Graze.

Graze is a subscription service that sends out healthy snacks.

I heard about it a while ago, but I didn’t think too much of trying it, then I decided to give it a try and I don’t regret it at all.

This is a brilliant little box. The box I received has four snack samples in it, Blueberry Crumble Granola Topper, Snickerdoodle Dips, Kettlecorn Kern Pops, and Grilled Cheese.

Each of the snack sample tops shows a few selling points for that snack, like calories, if it contains vitamins & minerals or fiber, as well as a brief description of whats in each snack pack.

Their website states that the snacks they offer have no more than 150 calories in them, nothing they use is genetically engineered, they don’t use artificial flavors or colors, they don’t use high fructose corn syrup, or trans fats.

This is a great option for a person often on the go, but still wants a healthy option, and since Graze offers 100+ snack options there’s always something new to try.

For instance I topped my blueberry yogurt with the Blueberry Crumble, it was delicious, and it was actually enough for two cups of yogurt, so I topped my banana yogurt with it too.

The snack box prices range from $6.99 to $20 depending on how much you’re wanting to try.

Graze has a simple rating system where you can easily notate if you “Love, Like, Try, or Trash” a sample, and that helps to figure out what will be sent in your next box.

I really liked my Graze box. I would definitely buy this box again.

It’s a great option to snacking healthy and affordably, while trying new things.

Oh I almost forgot, they threw in a wine voucher to

 And a few discount codes for my friends.

To get your first box free click here and at check out enter this super special code “FORYOU2” or get you first & fifth boxes free by using promo code “CHHXMFV7B”.

Have you tried Graze? If so did you like it? What did you get in your box?

let me know below!