Graze Wednesdays part ten (final)

Morning everyone,

I didn’t have much sleep last night, the police were around pretty late because someone smashed the windows of my neighbours car. Well I’m up early now for counselling and visiting family so I thought I’d post an early Graze review, this is the tenth review I’ve done and it’s the last one.

In this box I had Brooklyn Bites, The British BBQ, Fruity Mango Chutney and Sweet and Salty Kern Pops.


Brooklyn bites was a combination of poppy seed pretzels, pumpkin seeds and cheese cashews. The pretzels were really great, a sort of almost burnt flavour, not too salty and the poppy seeds were an interesting dimension, both in terms of flavour and texture. The roasted pumpkin seeds were amazing, full of flavour, and I was left wondering why many people throw away the seeds and pulp of their pumpkins at Halloween, what a waste! The cheese cashews were also full of flavour, whilst maintaining the nutty taste.


Ingredients:Roasted pumpkin seeds: pumpkin seeds, soy sauce (water, soya beans, wheat, and salt). Cheese flavoured cashews: cashew nuts, cheese seasoning (6%) (maltodextrin, onion powder, rice flour, tapioca and/or maize starch, salt, sugar, yeast extract powder, natural flavouring, colours: paprika & turmeric, garlic powder, and white pepper). Poppyseed pretzels: wheat flour, palm oil, salt, glucose syrup, sugar, raising agent: bicarbonate of soda, yeast, and poppy seeds (5%).

The British BBQ is a box of hickory smoked almonds, rosemary crostini, roasted pumpkin seeds, and mini basil breadsticks. This snack is smokey, crunchy and perfect. When you eat the combination together the rosemary and basil work really well with the smoke flavours. It was delicious.


Ingredients:Hickory smoked almonds: almonds, salt, and sunflower oil.

Rosemary crostini: wheat flour, sunflower oil, extra virgin olive oil, salt, yeast, malted barley flour, and dried rosemary. Roasted pumpkin seeds: pumpkin seeds, soy sauce (water, soya beans, wheat, and salt). Mini basil breadsticks: wheat flour, sunflower oil, basil powder (6%), salt, malted barley flour, yeast, garlic powder, and sugar.

The next two are unfortunately snacks which I have tried before, the fruity mango chutney with black pepper dippers is still great and the chutney still packs a punch. The dippers make a perfect pairing.

Ingredients: Mango chutney (66.5%): mango (51%), sugar, salt, acidity regulator: acetic acid, garlic, cumin seeds, mixed spices, fenugreek seeds, and nigella seeds. Black pepper dippers (33.5%): rice, palm oil, sugar, tapioca starch, maltodextrin, soy sauce (soya beans, wheat, salt), cracked black pepper, salt, black pepper powder, natural flavouring, yeast extract, antioxidant: tocopherol (vitamin E), and colours: paprika, caramel & turmeric.

The sweet and salty kern pops are a snack which I’ve had delivered many times, on this occasion they tasted slightly sweeter than before. They were still crunchy and delicious. It still would have been nice to have different snacks in each box considering there were still items on my list which I didn’t try.
Ingredients: corn, soybean oil, kettle corn seasoning (8%) (sugar, brown sugar, thickener: guar gum), and salt.
Hope you have a great day,

Published by charmoflove

I blog about vegan and cruelty free products.

One thought on “Graze Wednesdays part ten (final)

  1. I love Graze but could never allow myself to begin a subscription. Now they sell them in Sainsburys near me I am so happy. They are some of my favourite snacks. The Mango Chutney one sounds amazing and I love sweet and salty popcorn. Re-created my love of Graze all over again!
    Shona xx

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