Monday, November 18, 2019

November Gramma in a Box Review

The holiday season has started and for many, that means lots of baking and cooking! Gramma in a Box is a great subscription to share baked goods and treats with your loved ones.

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



Gramma in a Box was started by founder Terry as a way to share candy and cookie crafts with her grandchildren after they moved away. She turned it into a subscription box for anyone to share, and it's always a fun and creative box!

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. You can also try one box for $20 without a renewing subscription.


Gramma in a Box is also having a Black Friday sale from November 28th to 30th. You can get a full year for $190, which is $50 in savings! This brings the cost of each box down to only $15 per month. Use coupon code BLACKFRIDAY on November 28-30th to claim this deal.  


The November box had, of course, Thanksgiving-themed treats. Each month you'll receive all of the ingredients you'll need to create three projects with 15-20 individual treats each. The only items you'll need to supply are household basics like a bowl or spoon for mixing.


The first project was Turkey Buddies, and they came out so cute! They were made up of a Ritz cracker base with melted chocolate and candy eyes, sunflower seeds for the beaks, and candy corn for the feathers.


I love how cute these are! The Gramma in a Box crafts are always so creative (and delicious).








The second project was Harvest Bark and it involved using the remaining melted chocolate from the first project and mixing in cinnamon crunch cereal, peanuts (optional), candy corn, and sprinkles. It hardened in about five minutes and was full of sweetness.


The third project is always pre-baked cookies to decorate. The Fall Cookies were shaped like turkeys, pumpkins, acorns, and oak leaves with sprinkles and yellow, orange, and brown frosting. The cookies are a butter/sugar cookie that come sealed for freshness. It's recommended that you do the crafts within a week of receiving the box.


I had some leftover turkey eyes so I used them on them on the turkey cookies. These cookies are always so yummy and I love decorating them each month. These would be really fun to decorate with younger kids in the family.


  • Visit Gramma in a Box to subscribe - First box is $10, no coupon needed
    • Use coupon code 10off for $10 off a 6- or 3-month subscription! 
    • Use coupon code BLACKFRIDAY on November 28-30th for a year for $190 ($15 per month)
  • Connect with them on Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube

Bottom Line: Gramma in a Box is always a creative way to share delicious treats with your family and friends! The November box had a great theme, and I especially loved the Turkey Buddies. 

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