Wednesday, January 9, 2019

January Gramma in a Box Review and Coupon

Gramma in a Box is a monthly surprise of cookie and candy crafts that are fun for all ages! You can share the box with your family members who may live far away, or treat yourself to some fresh baked goodies straight from Gramma.

*Disclaimer: This box was sent to See, Shop, Love! in exchange for an honest review.

Gramma in a Box sends three cookie and candy crafts each month with enough supplies to make up to 20 treats. Almost everything is included, the only things you may need to supply yourself are household items like a bowl to mix in or a spoon, etc.

Here are the pricing options:
  • Monthly: $20 per month
  • Three Months: $55 every three months (save $5)
  • Six Months: $110 every six months (save $10)
  • 12 Months: $220 every 12 months (save $20)
Shipping is free to the U.S. and taxes are included. If you want to cancel, do so by the 25th of the month.

The January box was New Year and Football themed. Along with all of the ingredients you'll need, there are instruction cards for each treat with ingredients lists and allergens on the back.

The crafts are so creative and are a lot of fun to do! They're appropriate for young kids and the young at heart, but of course younger kids will need adult supervision. I like that the crafts are simple but still entertaining to complete.

The first craft is New Year Sparklers. It involved melting white chocolate and coating pretzel sticks with the chocolate and confetti sprinkles. There were more than three pretzels included, but I broke some of them in half when I was opening the package. I still dipped them in chocolate, but I only photographed these three because they were the prettiest ones.

The second craft, Game Day Crunch, was my favorite. It was the easiest to make, too: just mix up the included popcorn, pretzel sticks, and cranberry/sunflower seeds/M&Ms with the melted chocolate left over from project one and smooth out on the (included) wax paper to dry. There were also peanuts included, but I didn't add them to mine. I also added in more of the confetti sprinkles from project one.

The third craft is always sugar cookies with three packets of frosting and sprinkles to decorate. This month's package had two footballs and five other fun shapes. The cookies are baked by Terry, the owner of Gramma in a Box, and sealed up tight. It's recommended that you complete the crafts within one week of receiving the box, though, so that they are at their freshest.

I made a combo of New Year's and football cookies. The "NYE" is for New Year's Eve, not Bill Nye (or, it could be Bill Nye if you want!). I also tried to make a Carolina Panther and...failed. But he still tasted good!
Bottom Line: I love Gramma in a Box! I look forward to seeing what crafts Gramma comes up with every month, and I especially enjoy sharing them with my family and eating them after.

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