Friday, January 18, 2019

January Gramma in a Box

Hey Neighbors!

This is our second box and I am so impressed with Gramma in a Box.  Basically, Terry Chamberlain, the owner and inventor of Gramma in a box puts together a box of cookies and other supplies to make three to four fun unique treats.  She provides you with just about everything you need.  I added 2 bowls, a spoon, scissors to cut the icing bags, and we used our microwave.  Everything else was in the box.



So to get on with what we received this time!! First were the New Year Sparklers.  We needed the included pretzel sticks, chocolate melts, and the pastel dots.  I used our microwave safe bowl to melt the chocolate.  Then you spoon the melted chocolate over the sticks, except where your fingers are of course.  When you are done you then sprinkle on the pastel dots.







Next we made the Game Day Crunch.  This was a favorite.  You put the included popcorn, peanuts mini M and M's, and dried cranberries in your small mixing bowl.  There is a warning included about the peanuts, that are wrapped separately.  Add the leftover melted chocolate.  Stir well and then lay out on the included wax paper to allow the chocolate to solidify.  






The last treat was several cookies to ice and add sprinkles to.  There were 2 footballs, 4 sort of square shaped and a couple round. 






You can have so much fun putting together these special treats with your children or grandchildren.  What a great way to spend quality time together!!  I have a feeling older children will love these too.  Perhaps college students away from home for the first time would like receiving a box of treats to make.  

Gramma in a Box is just such a neat idea.  It's a special way to show someone that you care.  Be sure to visit the Gramma in a Box website and follow them on their social media.
Facebook - HERE
Instagram - HERE

If you are interested in subscribing to Gramma in a Box, you can sign up to try a box, or there is a 3, 6, or 12 month subscription available.


I hope you all have enjoyed reading today's post.  I really do believe that Gramma in a Box is a wonderful subscription box.


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