The Graze Breakfast Box

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Breakfast is the most important meal of the day but it’s always something I’ve struggled to eat. I tend to have the same things over and over again which is one of the reasons I wanted to try the Graze Breakfast Box.

Graze have a subscription Breakfast Box that gets delivered to your door containing four different breakfasts. In total there are 21 different types of porridge and granola that could end up in your box. You can order a one off box or a regular box that comes on a set day each week.

I decided to order a box because I thought it would be a great way to introduce myself to some new flavours and textures to break up my usual routine of an omelette or some Special K!

When it appeared through my letterbox it made an amazing first impression. On the front it said ‘Good Morning Tracey’ which instantly made me smile – I love the personalised touch!

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Inside were the four breakfasts they had chosen for me (each contain one serving):

Rocky Road Granola

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   With cherries pistachios and dark chocolate.

Mango Lassi Granola

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Contains you guessed it mango along with passion fruit granola, yogurt and coconut.

Oaty Berry Crumble

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Granola which has strawberry, blueberries and blackberries.

Honey Hunter Granola

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With honey baked oats, peacans, almonds, walnuts and hazelnuts.

On the back of each granola pack it stated that they were all high in fibre, vitamins, minerals and energy. I was especially pleased by the energy part, just what I need to start my day! They tasted amazing, were really good quality and left me feeling full up and energised.

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Also in the box was a nutritional info leaflet. I found it quite shocking when I read about the Honey Hunter Granola. It has 350 calories and 17g of fat. To put it in perspective a McDonald’s Bacon and Egg Mcmuffin has 348 calories and 17g of fat…I know what one I’d rather have!

I browsed the Graze website and clicked on the nutritional information of each breakfast (all 21 of them!) Honey Hunter Granola has the highest amount of fat but there are a lot of lower fat breakfasts as well in particular the porridge options.

You can tell Graze what ones you don’t want them to send and what ones you want to be sent soon which I would definitely recommend doing!

The box costs £3.99 and is available from here: https://www.graze.com/uk/breakfast

Have you tried the Graze Breakfast box? What did you think?

3 Comments

  1. 27th August 2015 / 5:25 pm

    i am quite sad it is not available in germany. (on the other hand i would not know if my stupid stomach would accept those)

    • 27th August 2015 / 5:31 pm

      Do you have a food intolerance? I’m taking a food intolerance test. It will be up on my blog soon!

      • 27th August 2015 / 11:07 pm

        two that i know of (I’m collecting them XD) lactose and gluten make me get really sick but thankfully there are a lot of products we can use to exchange those we should avoid! good luck for the result saying ‘eat all the things’ ^^

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