My Very First Graze Box. Nom. Nom.



My friend Holly and I have been kicking it on the Interwebs for quite some time. She’s another freelancer like myself and I’ve watched her build (and rip down, lol) quite a few websites. I am so excited now that she has a homestead site. I think she has finally found that one that she’s going to continue with (at least I hope) and I know I have enjoyed following along with her posts (she writes the most AH-mazing posts). I hope you’ll give her a visit, and if you find yourself gawking more at “The Fish” and his siblings, don’t worry, it’s ok. They are adorbs.

Their box arrived, and just like me, Fish couldn’t wait to get into his yummy treats.

cinnamon oat flapjacks

These apple and cinnamon flapjack bars caught my attention first. O. M. G. I could not stop eating. Graze my butt. There was no grazing to be had. This was full on nom. nom. I did save one – for later.

I want these in every box. The apple and cinnamon flapjack bars are rustic rolled oat flapjack with apple and cinnamon. They were like tiny little desserts. Oh – they were pretty wonderful.

Second on the try-me list was the super berry detox. That was a no-go. This contained dried blueberries, green raisins, goji berries and cranberries.

I never want these again. I am so over raisins. I don’t care what color they are.

Next thing I tried was the olive and rosemary bruschetta. Two thumbs up. I’d like more, please. Mini tomato breadsticks, rosemary and garlic cashews and kalamata olive croutons. This was a nice lunch-time snack today.

Lastly there was the raspberry and coconut muffin. This was a lot of fun. It contained amaretti drops, raspberry infused cranberries, almond slices and coconut flakes. I felt like a tiny dessert was having a party in my mouth. It made me happy and I felt no twinge of guilt after grazing.  I let the Graze folk know I’d like this one again.

My first box was free. You’ll get your first box free too, and your fifth.  Shipping is free. You can get them every 2 or 4 weeks and in some parts of the country, every week.  Graze snacks are clean and healthy.

I was not paid for this review. I was not even asked to do a review. I am doing it all on my own because this subscription box company rocks my socks off. Seriously. You should check it out. And I can help you get your first box. You see, they are new and they are small. Getting in is limited to folks with a friend code and it just so happens I can allow a few folks to get it.

Ready for that code ? You have to act fast because once all of my friend codes (5 of them) are used they won’t let me allow anyone else in.

Boo..I know. 

My Graze box friend code is CHRYST6FB

That’s it. I hope you get in and I hope you enjoy these little treats as much as I do. If you’ve been wanting to try a subscription box service but didn’t like that most of them have a lot of processed junk in them, this Graze box service is just the thing for you.  It’s also inexpensive compared to the others. I tried Conscious Box and while many of the food items were organic, there was a lot of non food items that I didn’t care to keep.

One thing I really like about Graze, they have a school of farming.

From the website:

What is the Graze school of farming?

Our school of farming teaches locals how to grow fruit trees in deprived rural Uganda. The project provides local students with tuition, tools and support to start their own orchards. The school invigorates poor rural areas by improving nutrition (the diet in these areas is generally very poor), increasing productivity from the land, empowering locals and providing a source of income. Every penny of your feed your friends donation is spent on the ground, it’s amazing how far the money goes and how many lives are touched by the donations.

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