After seeing Graze boxes advertised in almost every magazine I read, I thought I would give the Graze boxes a go. I’d asked a few people I knew that subscribed to them what they thought about the boxes and they all had very positive things to say so I thought “why not?”. I subscribed through Graze online so made an account online and went for their “Nibble Box” which comes with 4 snacks each time from a selection of more than 100 snacks. They also do a low calorie option so you can have just snacks that are under 150 calories. I went for the Nibble Box as I wanted to try as much as I could from their vast range. The Nibble Box is £3.99 per box and you can choose from receiving boxes a few times a week, weekly or fortnightly.
Immediately after signing up and ordering my first box I went through their online list of box contents and “slated” the snack options I knew I definitely wouldn’t like. This is a great feature of their website. After you receive the boxes you can “Rate or Slate” the products, so if you didn’t like it, they won’t send it to you again – ever. I wasn’t very good at taking photos of every box before I ate them but I remembered a few.
Do you subscribe to Graze Boxes? Do you have a favourite product?
Having a bad morning, bad week, bad month? I promise these photos will put a smile on your face. I was out shopping last week and saw the most perfect Christmas Day outfit for Milo along with a gorgeous knitted red jumper so I thought I’d do a little Christmas photo shoot with Milo which resulted in some of the cutest puppy photos EVER. Just look at my little reindeer. I can’t get over how cute he looks!
This whole outfit was £7.99 from TK Maxx and the knitted jumper below was £9.99, you can’t go wrong with those prices. TK Maxx do some wonderful pet products. We’ve just bought Milo a new bed from there and we can never resist the adorable toys.
What do you think of this Christmas Photo Shoot with Milo? Such a cutie!
I’d love for you to send me your links if you join in with The Christmas Tag. I can’t wait to read your posts.
Until next time,
It was my Grandma’s Birthday on Thursday which we celebrated on Sunday and Eat Your Photo kindly provided me with one of their personalised cakes. My Grandma absolutely loved it; although she hates having her photo taken. We celebrated at our local Marstons pub which is my Grandma’s favourite. She knows she’ll always be able to get a good steak there. I don’t think she’s ever ordered anything different. I love their Smokey Bean Chilli or the Vegetarian Burger. It’s getting the family together I love more than anything though.
Eat Your Photo’s Personalised Cakes can serve up to 18 people. I was so impressed with the size when it arrived. I’m almost certain it could serve more than 18 people. But then I suppose that depends on how hungry you are! And when it comes to cake, the answer to that is very. The ordering process was oh so simple. You had to select a cake [this is their Gift Cake] and choose a flavour between vanilla and chocolate. Once you’ve chosen the cake, you can then upload your photo, chose a personal message and voila. The cake is ready. The cake got to me the next day too which I was more than impressed with.
After having a browse on Eat Your Photo’s website I was pleased to find that not only to they do personalised cakes, they also do personalised cookies. Or even pizzas with a picture of your choice on – just imagine seeing your face on a pizza. I’m tempted to get one for my fiance’s birthday, how funny would that be?
Thanks Eat Your Photo, you really made my Grandma’s Birthday. I’d recommend these to anyone wanting to give their loved ones that personal gift they’ll always remember!
What do you think of Eat Your Photo’s Personalised Cakes? They’re fab aren’t they? I can’t wait to order another.
Until next time,