Friday, 10 May 2013

My First Graze Box!

Morningggg, it's 03:59am and what better way to keep occupied during another interrupted night's sleep than to blog.
So, I said I was back, which was a BIG FAT LIE because then I went on an adFrenchture for two weeks to see the best boyfriend in the world and was very busy eating fromage and baguette and meeting his family. Which is huge.
Also, my University final exams officially start at 09:00am today, but I'm currently feeling OK. The most nerve-wracking one is the last, next Friday, but I revised quite a lot while I was away (boring snoring, I know) so I feel more confident now.
But anyway, enough of that. I finally joined the Graze gang! I've been given coupons countless times but actually got round to signing up last month. My first box came on Monday 15th April, and I was super excited to see the little cardboard box sitting on the mat in the hallway when I got in from my French lesson.
I signed up for the Nibble box, because it provides a wider range of snacks. Even the options I'd eat on non-clean days are a much healthier option to the usual naughty suspects I'd allow on these days.
The process of signing up, choosing which snacks I'd like to try and which I'd "bin", using the coupon, choosing the frequency of deliveries etc was incredibly simple, and all of the aforementioned factors are easily manageable on their website. They also have the perfect option of scheduling a holiday, so they don't deliver during this time; I had to use this after my first box and it was reassuring to know how flexible Graze are with their deliveries. 
From top left, I received a Light Lemon and Poppy Slice with an afternoon tea infusion of "Assam, Kenyan and Earl Grey tea leaves", Bonnie Wee Oatbakes with a caramelized red onion marmalade, Green Olives with basil and garlic and Cookies and Cream, which included "mini chocolate cookies, roasted hazels, white chocolate buttons and sunflower seeds". 
They were all delicious, and the perfect size for a snack. I am usually in about four different places each day, so being able to just grab one of the little boxes was perfect, and I was genuinely full after eating them. The oatbakes were my favourite; I've "loved" them online so hopefully I'll receive them again soon!  
My first box was only £1.94, and the nature of my coupon means the next two are £3.39. The full price is still only £3.89, and I've opted for weekly deliveries. I would recommend trying Graze; I was really impressed by the quality of the food, the eco-friendly packaging and the personalized, easy-to-use website.      

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