Nourish Snacks ~ NEW Subscription Box!

Nourish Snacks is a brand new snack/food subscription box founded by Joy Bauer from NBC’s Today Show! Nourish Snacks has a larger variety of snacks to choose from, all made with calorie count in mind + simple and healthy ingredients that … Continue reading

Urthbox Classic ~ April

I am seriously loving my UrthBoxes lately, and so I was so excited to dig into this one, I almost started eating it before I took pictures! Urthbox is a snack/food subscription box (see previous reviews here) somewhat customized to … Continue reading

Naturebox ~ Feb/March

I had such a great experience with my January/February NatureBox (see here), that I couldn’t wait to choose my new snacks and then for them to arrive! The bags were pretty decent in size: all approximately 4 “snack” servings, or … Continue reading

MunchPak ~ December

OMG.. I actually won something! There is a new company called MunchPak, and they had a giveaway recently where they selected a few people to receive their December MunchPak (box loaded with snacks) and I was one of the lucky … Continue reading

Watanut ~ September

Watanut… What a Nut? Want a Nut!? While it may confuse you at first in terms of how to pronounce or what it means… Watanut is a delicious mixed-nut snack subscription delivery service! Those with nut allergies beware; this is … Continue reading

My First Graze Box… a Love Story


When a chance for a Graze Snacking Subscription Box code came up, I jumped immediately! And not only did I sign up for one box.. but I got a little bit crazy and signed up for two! So, one ships to me once a month, and the other to Kevin’s house (where I unfortunately have to share with him…)


What exactly is Graze? It’s a subscription service that lets you customize your preferences online choosing: Trash it, Try it, Like it or Love it, which encourages what snacks are sent to you. Each week or month, based on your choosing and budget, they send them to you and you can always change your options for the next delivery! While you don’t 100% know what you’re going to get, you can definitely play with the options and try out awesome dried fruit blends, savory trail mixes and more.


The box arrives with an awesome photograph of a fig- all close up and personal on the inside of the cover. My stomach is already grumbling. Then I see my super awesome Welcome Card which not only says “Hey, Welcome, You’re Great” and so on, but also has cool stickers and customized tags!

And of course, the nutritional information! I’m big on eating healthy, natural and staying away from processed and artificial foods. So, I skimmed through the ingredients and took a quick calorie peek and then proceeded to actually check out my snacks!


My box came with HoneyComb FlapJacks, Apple Crumble, Smoky Gazpacho Dip and Pomodoro Rustichella mix; the perfect combination of sweet, salty and savory. Kevin’s box (not pictured as it was consumed in approximately 3.6 minutes) included the Summer Berry FlapJack, Scrumptious Blueberry Swirl (soooo good!), Lightly Toasted Pistachios and also, the Pomodoro Rustichella as well.


I can say off the bat that the Flapjacks are like a fresh, delicious granola chewy bar and I would definitely take them over a packaged pre-made granola bar; the Apple Crumble and Blueberry Swirl fruity mixes were just taste-bud mind blowing, hitting my craving for both sweets and fruit. The Pomodoro mix was dynamite and I was definitely happy it came in both boxes. My only ‘eh’ options were the Pistachios, as they were just very basic, and the Gazpacho Dip is a little odd at first, and takes a few dips to grow on you.

For $5 per week, every other week, or once a month, I am totally sticking with Graze. I’m updating my selections now for my next box, and I’m not even sure if I can wait another 3 weeks!

xo, Kenzie

Peckish ~ June 2013

I am in Trail Mix/Snacking heaven! Peckish is this great company that offers a snacking subscription box every week, every other week, or every month, all based on your preference! The pricing of $14.99 (including tax and shipping!) stays the … Continue reading