What a fun name Gramma in a Box wouldn’t you agree? I told my daughter we were signed up for a free year subscription to the monthly subscription service and she coyly said, “I hope they don’t put Gramma in a Box.” When I explained to her the nature of the subscription service she was quite delighted. So what are you getting if you sign up for a Gramma in a Box subscription? Imagine your childhood when you would visit your grandmother and spend the day baking in the kitchen. That my friend, is what is included in your monthly subscription box.
Gramma in a Box Review
Gramma in a Box was created from the inspiration of one gramma who didn’t have the luxury of baking with her grandchildren due to living distance. While boxing up the goodies and mailing them to your grandchildren is always loving, imagine going one set further and supplying them with the ingredients to make their own goodies.
How Gramma in a Box Works
Each month you will receive a fun filled box of treats to make. Your box includes almost everything you need to make and decorate up to 20 cookie and candy treats, including fresh homemade cookies, a variety of sprinkles and colored frosting, two easy candy crafts, detailed instruction sheet with photos, as well as decorating ideas. Some months will also include holiday theme candy and cookies, such as the Valentine’s and St. Patrick’s Day photos below. This will be a fun memory maker for children who do not live near their Gramma, or as a great activity for when Gramma visits! So fun and easy that even Grandpa will enjoy helping out!
Our first box was appropriately themed “Beach Party Treats”. Honey couldn’t wait to open the box and see what goodies she was about to learn how to make. This August box came all the makings to create treats such as: Gold fish Bowls, Seashell Pretzels and Sea Life Cookie Decorating.
Gold Fish Bowls
These yummy treats are made of marshmallows, goldfish crackers, graham cracker, and chocolate. These were my daughter’s favorite and it is a good thing she likes to take photos or I would have nothing to show you because these went pretty quickly. What a cute idea for a backyard summer party, a poolside birthday themed party, or just because they are cute!
These sea life themed goodies consist of pretzels, white pearl sprinkles, chocolate seashells, and melted chocolate (the same used in the goldfish bowls). These are definitely MY favorite. You can’t go wrong in my book with a sweet and salty treat!
Sea Life Cookie Decorating
My daughter had a blast decorating the Sea Life cookies. What a fun idea for not only those that are separated by miles from their gramma but for those like my daughter who just love to bake, create, and make fun treats! This could be a fun activity to do with your child (recommended for ages 4 and older) or if your child is old enough they can tackle the projects on their own and amaze you with their creations. Each box includes three projects to make 20 treats!
Gramma in a Box knows that one subscription does not fit all her treat maker fans! This is why there are several options if you are thinking of subscription to this yummy subscription service. If you would like to try one box or purchase a box as a gift you have the option to do just that! If you prefer not to worry about ordering your box and know that you want to receive a box there are several options. You can receive your box each month for $20 a month and your box will arrive on schedule. You can cancel anytime since this is a month to month subscription.
If you know you LOVE Gramma in a Box and want to grab a deal then you will want to look at the 3, 6, and 12 month subscription plans. You can save by prepaying for your subscriptions and still receive your box each month as scheduled. Use the coupon code 10off for an additional $10 off the price when you purchase a 3, 6, or 12 month subscription.
Honey and I are excited about this fun subscription service and are looking forward to our September box. I have it on good authority is going to be back-to-school themed. Any thoughts on what we will be making?