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Graze Box Review

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I tried out a Graze box this week for the first time. Well, actually, that's not entirely true - I've tried other people's before, but this is the first time I've got one of my own!

I went for the light box because I've been looking for healthier options to snack on, especially on days when I'm just not in the mood for grapes or banana. My favourite was the 'all day energizer', a mix of dried cherries, pear and walnuts. This isn't the kind of thing I'd ever go for without prompting but it was so tasty.

 Graze All Day EnergizerGraze Chia and Coconut Cookies

Next up was Chia & Coconut Cookies with an afternoon infusion. I haven't tried the tea yet, but the cookies were a little bitter. After trying one I saved the other for later and had it with a Dairy Village rhubarb yoghurt which was just about the perfect combination.

After that came Smokehouse Barbecue Crunch - aka BBQ flavoured peas, corn chips, and chilli corn. I liked these at first but they quickly became overpowering. I only ate about half of them. The last snack in my box was Toffee Apple - dried apple slices and toffee sauce. I had absolutely no problem polishing them off!

Graze Smokehouse Barbecue CrunchGraze Toffee Apple

Overall I really enjoyed the box. I got to try new things without being pushed too far outside of my comfort zone. I'm not sure if I'd get one every week (the usual price is £4.95), but I think I'll definitely give it another go in the future.

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