Monday, October 19, 2020

October 2020 Gramma in a Box Review

 Happy Spooky Season! I love this time of year, with all the pumpkins, black cats, and ghosts and ghouls. The October Gramma in a Box celebrated all of these fun things with candy and cookie crafts!

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

Gramma in a Box is a monthly subscription that sends supplies to create candy and cookie crafts. Boxes have a different theme each month, with three projects and enough to make 15 to 20 individual treats. The only things you'll need to supply yourself are basic items like a bowl and spoon for mixing.

Here are their pricing options:

  • Monthly: $20 per month
  • Three Months: $60 every three months (automatic 10% off the monthly price)
  • Six Months: $120 every six months (automatic 10% off the monthly price)
  • 12 Months: $240 every 12 months (automatic 10% off the monthly price)

You can also try an individual box without subscribing to an auto-renewal for $22.

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.

The projects are always so creative! The first one for this month was Spooky Witches Hats and involved using melting chocolate, Hershey's Kisses, and sprinkles to decorate ginger snap cookies. In the first photo I accidentally included the bones and skulls candy instead of the sprinkles, but you can see what they look like in the second photo, above.

The second project was Crispy Halloween Bites. I used the rest of the melting chocolate and mixed in crisped rice cereal, then spooned it into the paper cups and topped with the skull and bones candies. I also added a few sprinkles for some more color. This is a really simple treat but colorful and fun for parties.

The last craft is always cookies. The cookies are pre-baked and come in sealed plastic to preserve freshness. It's best to complete the crafts within a week of receiving the box so that they're at their freshest.

The Halloween Cookies had large and small pumpkin, ghosts, and witch hat shapes with orange, white, and purple frosting and various sprinkles. Unfortunately I messed up the face of one of my ghosties, but it still tasted delicious!

Bottom Line: Gramma in a Box is a great way to share yummy treats and fun times creating them together with your loved ones. The themes and projects are always on point and creative!

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