My 2nd Graze Box || Review

Hello everyone! Hope you are well? A big warm welcome to my latest blog post which is my 2nd Graze subscription box review. I got a lot of positive feedback from my first ever Graze review and thought about doing a review monthly of their products. It is a really good, cheap, affordable subscription which has no contract obligations. If you want to cancel, you can immediately… easy as that!

I find it so interesting to review their products and I can’t wait to see what’s in my box this month. As a subscriber to Graze, you pay £3.99 for 4 delicious healthy snacks in a subscription box which gets delivered straight to your house on either a weekly, fortnightly or monthly basis. If you want to know a little bit more about how it works just read my first review, as I have explained everything. I have decided to get a Graze box every two weeks and then I will review a box every month on my blog. Graze is very good for delivering on time and their parcels are always secure and never damaged. If you haven’t seen the previous review, here it is: 

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When you open your Graze subscription box you might find a little treat inside, such as a money off voucher or freebies. This is something that everyone loves especially as you’re only paying £3.99 for a box with 4 snacks inside. In my box, I received a free gift from Graze worth £5.99. I look forward to spending this online on some tasty delicious snacks for me to eat on-the-go or at work to give me that extra boost. Alongside this, you will receive a leaflet inside which explains everything that is in your box. It tells you all about the snacks (calories and ingredients), so you know exactly what you’re getting.


Variety Box – A randomly selected Graze box. I always get this box as I really like surprises and it is a lot of fun trying a lot of random snacks. All of Graze boxes are £3.99, the price is the same even for a different selection of boxes and you do not pay extra for delivery.

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Original Fruity Flapjack


Graze: One of the most popular snacks in the graze kitchen, this sweet, gooey flapjack is made with sultanas, apricots, currants and dates, and the sunflower seeds give it an extra crunch. It’s one of our most trusted, wholesome and comforting snacks.

  • Source of fibre
  • Made with whole oats
  • Source of manganese
  • Suitable for vegans
  • Hand baked in small batches


WOW! This is perfect. It is delicious. I love that it isn’t too dry, nor is it too sweet… it’s perfect! I really enjoyed this snack. When I tried this snack, I had it with a lovely mug of tea at lunch time which to me seemed the best time of day to have it. It went down very nicely and I thoroughly enjoyed eating it. The pumpkin seeds and raisins really add to it giving it that tasty fruity taste. I absolutely loved this combination with the flapjack as it gave it that extra kick. This is definitely one of the best flapjacks I have ever tried.


Belgian Speculoos & Cinnamon Pretzel Sticks 


Graze: Originally, speculoos is a spiced shortcrust biscuit popular in European countries (Dutch: speculaas, French: spéculoos, German: spekulatius). The spread version was first created in Belgium (by a genius, clearly), and has a creamy or crunchy texture like peanut butter, but with a spiced, caramelised gingerbread flavour that tastes like Christmas in your mouth. Inspired by the crunchiness of the original biscuit, we paired the new spread with our baked cinnamon pretzel sticks, made without sugar for that moreish salty-sweet flavour. It gives you just the right amount of indulgent speculoos dip and means you can enjoy this completely original 150 calorie snack even when you’re on the move.

  • Source of fibre
  • Less than 150 calories per serving
  • Suitable for vegans
  • Delicious cinnamon flavour
  • Great for on-the-go snacking


Mmm… This is amazing!!! It tastes exactly like Christmas. It is so realistic… WOW! The cinnamon flavour is delicious and tastes lovely with the pretzels. I really enjoyed trying this snack. I loved it so much, that I have ordered myself multiple packets of these to take around with me for a snack on-the-go. This snack is definitely my favourite out of the 4 in this variety box by Graze. I highly recommend this snack because the ginger and cinnamon are delicious together. I love eating savoury foods which have been sweetened like this as the cinnamon and ginger just made it… heaven! In my pack, I received approximately 12 sticks which are definitely worth it for the price being paid and is definitely suitable for the amount of dip that is provided. I genuinely loved this snack so much. It didn’t take me very long to eat. I actually think I am craving some more.


Sesame Garlic Crunch 



This one was very interesting. The taste was something that I wasn’t used to before, nor did I like it very much. I wasn’t sure on the taste and I can’t quite say whether or not I liked it. When I first tried it, it was rather bland and did not have much flavour to it. I couldn’t taste the garlic at all and it was quite plain. It tasted like just an ordinary sesame seed snack which was not very exciting at all. I didn’t mind the sticks because I like plain sesame sticks, so it didn’t bother me too much. I don’t think the garlic went well with the sesame seed… it didn’t taste very nice! I probably did not like it very much as I am not a huge fan of garlic. However, the number of sticks that you get is reasonable in comparison to the size of the packet. I think that Graze always fills their products to the top which is good because you want to feel like you got the most out of your money. I really can’t work out whether or not I like it. The more I try it, I think I like it but then at the same time I don’t think I like it. I will definitely need to try more and then make my mind up.


Poppy Seed & Onion Bagel 


Graze: Our taste experts brought loads of ideas back from their travels around the States, and were desperate to add a pretzel to our range of snacks. Rather than just serving standard pretzels, they’ve taken it one step further and deconstructed all that flavour into a healthy snack. With a satisfyingly savoury combination of poppyseed & onion sesame sticks, roasted pumpkin seeds and cheese flavoured cashews… could this be better than the real thing? Poppyseed and onion bagel is a perfect baked-not-fried alternative to crisps – less than 250 calories and a source of fibre. This healthy snack is high in copper and a source of phosphorus, magnesium and manganese, nutrients needed for energy metabolism and that work together to support the immune system and protect cells from oxidative stress.

  • Source of fibre
  • High in copper
  • Source of phosphorus, magnesium and manganese
  • Suitable for vegans

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This taste was just odd!! I tried everything all together to get the full experience and the full taste to see if it really tastes like how it is described. I loved everything except the cheese cashew nuts. For someone who likes nuts and loves cheese, I am very surprised that I did not like these. I just thought the cheese taste and nut wasn’t a very good combination. That’s probably just me being fussy! I really enjoyed eating the onion sesame sticks and roasted poppy seeds… they were delicious! However, I think that the combination of it all together was too much for me and the many multiple flavours ruined it. If you like everything in this packet then you will enjoy this as a snack. All the colours compliment it well making it a fun, enjoyable, healthy little snack.


I really hope you enjoyed my 2nd Graze box review. For those of you who are probably wondering why I don’t choose snacks that I know I will like; I prefer choosing a box that’s a surprise to open. I would like to try all the snacks that Graze has to offer in case I like a flavour which I have not liked before. It is a lot of fun and exciting when a box arrives. I really like it!

FREE GRAZE BOX PROMO CODE: BRYONI5NB – If you would like to give Graze a try like I did then please do. Your free box will be with you within 3 working days and you have nothing to do except wait.

** Disclosure: This is not a paid advertisement, nor is this in collaboration. I am reviewing Graze because I have seen it for a little while and wanted to give it a try and leave my review. All photographs and opinions are my own unless linked otherwise. All prices were correct at the time of publication.**

Thank you for popping onto my blog page. I hope you enjoyed reading this blog post and found it interesting. If you have any feedback, queries or questions please comment below. I would absolutely love to talk to you and have a little chat. I hope you have a great day and enjoy the rest of your weekend.


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