It’s been 7 months since I last received a graze box through the post and reviewed it on my blog. I’d been sent a few emails about new snacks that they’d introduced, so thought I’d order myself a box!
I never stopped liking them, I think they’re a fab way to have portion controlled snacks, I love that they are often a surprise as to what you receive (unless you look at the email before they come telling you what’s inside!), and I think it’s great that they’re all individually portioned so you can pop a snack into your bag and take graze on the go.
Having not had a graze box for a long time, I was pretty excited to see what I was going to get – and I was a bit deflated to receive some punnets of snacks that I’ve had before. That’s not say that I didn’t like them, but with so many snacks available, I’d hoped to have something completely new.
I received 1 savoury punnet, and 3 sweet. I wish there was a way to request the ratio of savoury to sweet.
First up is applewood smoked beef jerky. Graze’s jerky is made from British beef from an award-winning farm in Hampshire. It comes with a tomato relish on the side and the jerky is very tasty. Full of protein a 91 calories for the punnet.
Next was some dried fruit – cherries & berries. The mix contains cherries, lingonberries, cranberries and jumbo raisins. A good sweet, yet tart mix. I do love dried fruit to nibble on! This punnet is classed as one of your five a day and contains 119 calories.
From this box, my favourite were these wholegrain banoffee dippers. Three tasty banana flavoured biscuits with a yummy toffee sauce to dunk them in. The most calorific of this graze box at 136 calories, but the biscuits are full of fibre, so that balances right?!
Finally, a tea-time treat of banana cake with an afternoon infusion. I love that you receive a teabag to make a cuppa to enjoy the cake! A really nice banana flavour, and just enough to satisfy a sweet tooth, enjoy a treat, and not spoil any diet you’re on at just 56 cals! The tea contains Assam, Kenyan and Earl Grey tea leaves – a lovely cuppa!
It was really nice to have a graze box come through the post again. And I’ve ordered another one to come in a few weeks time. At £3.89 they might be a luxury for some people, but for convenience (you can have them delivered to work or home) and portion control, I personally think that they are well worth the money.
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