Graze Savory Box Review & Free Box Coupon – April 2017

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Graze is a weekly snack box (you can opt to get it bi-weekly too or every month) with 8 individual servings of prepackaged fresh and healthy snacks. With over 100 snacks available, you can rate the snacks you receive online to help customize your box.

DEAL: You can get an individually sized (4 count) box free for your first box in a Graze subscription ($1 shipping).
After you get your free box, pick up more free and almost free subscription boxes here!

Graze also has all sorts of themed boxes that help you whittle down your snack preferences into the box that you really want!

We got a Savory Box! Every box includes an info sheet. It has coupons to share with friends and a recipe incorporating a graze snack (our box didn’t include pumpkin flapjack, though, so this would be a “save for later” idea).

Nutrition info is included on each of the selections. You will see a host of healthy ingredients and no weird stuff. The expiration dates for the snacks are printed on this sheet, too.

Everything is packed in neatly, and all the snacks are perfectly portable. Our family divvies them up for emergency breakfasts, special snacks, and desk snacks – depending on the family member!

Sweet Mustard Ranch: Wonderfully crunchy, this blend combines pretzels, cashews, and breadsticks, each with its own seasoning and texture.

The seasoning is nice and tangy, and the sour cream & onion flavoring on the cashews goes well with the mustard on the breadsticks. The poppyseed pretzels are a fancy touch, too. One of the coolest things about graze snack mixes is the individual seasoning of each element in the mix. Instead of dusting everything with a single, salty powder, they give each component its own, complementary flavor. It’s perfect for “grazing” and picking bits out single, and it makes each mouthful slightly different than the last.

Sweet & Smoky Carrot Crunch: This mix is a bit unconventional, using dried carrot chips as the sweet ingredient instead of fruit.

The carrots have a very concentrated flavor, and they pair well with the light saltiness of the almonds. Pairing with the smoky almonds gives the rice sticks an almost sesame-like flavor. Great mix of textures in this snack.

Spicy Sriracha Crunch: Spicy, with multiple types of “crunchiness” to enjoy.

The sesame and garlic pair well with the sriracha, creating a mural of flavor without making the mix super spicy. The cashews add some luxurious creaminess when juxtaposed with the other ingredients.

Veggie Caesar: Primarily light and crispy, this mix combines sour cream & onion half-popped corn, Cheddar bruschetta & edamame beans.

The mixture of seasonings creates a vaguely Ceasar salad like flavor, particularly when combined with the green depth of the edamame. The bruschetta stand in as big, delicious croutons.

Graze Black Pepper Popping Corn: The ever-pleasing popcorn, with black pepper for a bit of kick.

The bag is designed for microwave popping, but it is snack size, so it pops quickly.

Zesty Chili Lime Cashews: One of our favorites, this pack contains only zesty, spicy cashews.

The seasoning is spicy, but not overly hot, and the tangy lime flavor works well with the crunchy, creamy cashew.

Thai Tom Yum: This take on the traditional Thai soup is ready to eat in just two minutes.

The hot and sour soup mix is joined by rice noodles, zucchini slices, and bits of pepper.

Chinese Shiitake: This new offering combines a rich mushroom broth with the floral spiciness of Szechuan pepper.

Slabs of shiitake mushroom , kernels of corn, and rice noodles add texture to the soup.

Graze is superb snacking. Every is portioned, portable, and very tasty! We also love that they launch new flavors and types of snacks all the time, so there is always something new to try.

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