Well, my 4th graze box has fallen through the letter box this morning – and I still haven’t blogged about last week’s one yet either! I know I don’t have to tell you about them, but whilst I’m still trying out all the different snacks, it’s a fun thing to do, and gives me something to blog about (not that I don’t have lots to blog about – you should see my list – it’s looooong!)
I haven’t even opened #4 yet, as I’ve not stopped this morning…but I’m taking a work break to do some blogging and try to catch up. I really need some time management lessons, because right now, I’m failing at that! Anyways, lets go back to my 3rd graze box that I nibbled my way through last week…
Another little leaflet giving me all the nutritional information – I’ve actually included it in the shot this week (last week?!). Again, it has my vouchers to give out to my friends, so if you’d like to try out graze, just use this link and get your first box free!
My 3rd graze box was even this week, with 2 savoury punnets and 2 sweet ones…
A classic rice and peanut cracker mix called lost army at 85 calories. Lots of yummy crackers of various types and textures. I do love a rice cracker mix! I’ll be marking this one down as “love” so that I can receive it again!
The other savoury punnet was some chips and dip called fruity mango chutney with black pepper dippers which is exactly what was inside – no funky name for this one! I enjoyed these – a good spicy kick to them, which was offset by the sweet of the mango chutney, and at 80 calories, didn’t feel like I was breaking the calorie bank!
Another fruit, nut and sponge piece mixture this week called hot cross yum – such a cute name! Whilst I enjoyed this mix – it was a little too overly cinnamon-ed which was a shame. The ingredients list says that this contains cinnamon and honey almonds and orange infused raisins…without reading that, I wouldn’t have realised that the raisins were infused. I do love cinnamon, but it can be an over-powering spice. A higher calorie punnet at 135 calories.
And finally, a fruit and seed mix called shangri-la. This contained lingonberries, almonds, pumpkin seeds and dried pineapple. I’ve never eaten dried pineapple before, so that was interesting – you don’t get the flavour to start with, but then it hits you! A few too many seeds for the fruit ratio in my opinion, so in the end it felt like I was a bird at a feeder. Didn’t really like this one, and at 132 calories a punnet, I’m happy to put it on the do not want list – I don’t want to waste calories on pumpkin seeds!!
The total calories for this graze box was 432 – amazing how snacks, and healthy ones at that, add up in calories right? It’s my once a week treat, I’ll live with it!
Read all of my graze box reviews:
Intro, graze box 1, graze box 2, graze box 3, graze box 4, graze box 5, graze box 6, graze box 7, graze box 8, graze box 9, graze box 10, graze box 11, graze box 12, graze box 13, graze box 14, graze box breakfast club, graze box 15, graze box 16, kid’s goody box, graze box 17, graze box 18, graze box 19, graze box 20
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