Gramma in a Box December 2018 Subscription Box Review + Coupon

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Gramma in a Box is a monthly subscription for kids (from a real Grandma!) that sends homemade cookies with frosting and sprinkles along with two easy candy crafts to make at least 15-20 edible treats.

DEAL:  Get $10 off when you signup for a 3-month plan! Use coupon code 10off.

The kit shows up bundled neatly together under some cute tissue.

This tissue is secured using a cute Gramma in a box logo sealer.

All the items come in a separate plastic container.

There’s a card containing a $10 off coupon code, so you can share the fun with a friend.

Inside the box also is a little welcoming note from Gramma Box and this month’s box theme is all about Winter Treats.

Flip the card and you’ll find a list of all the items in the box, as well as items you will need from your home.

This is the box upon opening! You just have to remember — no snacking on the craft supplies!

The box has 3 projects. We are going to do Winter Cookies, Holly Wreaths, and Hot Chocolate Treats. Each of the card has step by step instructions with a few images.

All the ingredients are indicated on the back of each card, including potential allergens.

Everything in my December 2018 box!

Hot Chocolate Treats. For the first project, we will need the green melting chocolate, marshmallows, candy canes, and crushed candies.

While melting the green chocolate in the microwave, carefully place the tip of the straight-end of candy cane on the marshmallow, forming an inverted marshmallow-shaped umbrella.

Once the chocolate is melted, slowly dip the marshmallow on the melted chocolate and then dip it to the crushed candies.

You can repeat the process until you get enough chocolate and crushed candy stick on the marshmallow.

Let it dry for a few minutes, put them on a tray and serve! A few of our candy canes were broken, but that didn’t diminish our enjoyment of the activity!

Holly Wreaths. The second project consists of another batch of melting chocolate, red chocolate candies, and corn flakes.

This second project is also easy to make. All you need to do is melt the chocolate and pour it on the bowl of crunchy corn flakes.

Once the melted chocolate and corn flakes are mixed, put it on the container and top it off with red chocolate candies.

Gramma projects are quite messy, so they include parchment for your table.

The green corn flakes make a great flock of leaves, while the red chocolate candies work as a red berry!

These treats definitely look like a real Holly Wreath. They taste so good too!

Winter Cookies. For the third project, we’re using sugar cookies, gingerbread cookies, frosting, red and green jimmies, and sprinkles.

The first thing to do is put to put frosting on top of each cookie, and use a stick to scatter them thoroughly.

My kids tried it themselves and had fun designing.

Once done with the frosting, put additional designs by putting more sweets on top.

My son’s favorite is the Christmas tree.

He couldn’t resist the frosting as well, it’s too sweet.

Our workstation is quite messy, but it’s definitely worth it!

This pair of gingerbread is so cute.

The Christmas tree and snowflake cookies are so colorful and tasty too.

Everything just looks so festive!

As we did last month, we grabbed some graham crackers from the pantry to use up our leftover supplies!

Making these treats had been a good bonding time for my whole family during the holidays! Looking at the finished products and munching on them makes us so happy!

This month’s Gramma in a Box gave our family some fun crafting time over the holidays. All the activities are Christmas themed and they’re easy to make too. We can’t get enough of the treats because they’re not just awesome to look at but they all taste great too. We are looking forward to more mouthwatering and delightful treats in the next box!

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