Review: Graze Box

I have never been sure about Graze until looking into it. I received a voucher for first box free after recommendation of a client so thought there’s no harm in trying! I visited the website to the friendliest, easy-to-use site I’ve every come across!

You can easily choose what you would like by their “bin, like, love, try” buttons! I’m not too fussy so was open to try nearly everything.

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I opted the have my boxes delivered every 2 weeks on a Saturday. The day arrived – what a treat! My first box costing a grand total of £0.00 consisted of the Graze Brownie, summer berry flapjacks, wholemeal shortbread and berry compote, and a vitamin C crush pack with dried fruit such as pineapple.

The Graze Brownie: a perfect little pick me up, made with dark chocolate and hazelnuts. Not for every day but if you are needing a low calorie little boost then this is perfect and come in 3 bite size little treats, sitting at only 110kcal. I would always normally recommend  nutritional content over low calorie but as I said – this is not for all the time.

The Summer Berry Flapjack: an absolute dream. Again the same as above a perfect little treat that isn’t so bad and is half the calories. With real fruit pieces and oats with minimal sugar it’s a real energy boost.

Wholemeal Shortbread and Berry Compote: now this was a real treat. This is one of my favourite styles of desert and to treat myself after a long hard week I thoroughly enjoyed these. Made with wholemeal flour, the actual short bread is not bad, just the compote which is sugary. Made of raspberries (29%), strawberries (10%), blackcurrants (10%), raspberry puree (3%), it’s much better than your average jam and again a little sugar every now and then is fine.

Vitamin C crush: the cleanest of all. Coconut, mango and pineapple pieces in a convenient bite sized pot to take on the go. As the title says; bursting with vitamin C and all the goodness these ingredients provide.

Most importantly, all of the ingredients and nutritional content is provided so you know exactly what you are eating. One of my pet hates with companies these days is the deceit companies provide to customers that don’t have as much know-how when it comes to nutrition; it’s really unfair.

Overall, I am loving my graze box and look forward to my next box in a weeks time! I’ve never been keen on the idea of having a huge cheat meal once a week or so, I would rather have a couple of smaller treats and not feel bad from it. These little boxes of joy provide exactly that.

The service from graze is faultless, the communication, delivery, etc. £3.99 is a price I’m willing to pay every couple of weeks to give myself a little indulge! I’d recommend the service in a second! Happy Grazing. XX

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