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July Gramma In A Box

Hey neighbors!!

We have been having a busy time here.  Two of my daughters went to the Creation Museum for a month, we have a litter of 4 Toy Aussies and it's summertime!!


So, Gramma in a Box arrived a little early this month because it was filled with fun, 4th of July, projects!!  We had a lot of fun making these tasty snacks!!  Gramma in a Box arrives in her recognizable red box with stickers on the outside.  When you open the box everything is wrapped in a pretty red and white tissue paper with a gramma sticker.


Inside you find all you need to create each treat project.



For our first project we had to melt the confetti chocolates.  This is the first time we have received a kit with these chocolate pieces.



We started with the Sparkler Pretzel Rods.  After you melt your chocolate you dip the pretzel rods in the chocolate and then sprinkle on of the topping on.  They are so easy to make.  We let them set for a few minutes on the wax paper to hard ad they were ready to go!!






Project Two was the Golden Peanut Bites.  Gramma does warn if you have peanut allergies to not use the peanuts.  She is very careful to list ingredients on the back of the cards with possible allergic reactions.  Anyway, we melted the rest of our chocolates and mixed in the peanuts. Then with your pretzel pieces in the brown candy wrappers, you drop the peanut and chocolate mis by spoonfuls on top of the pretzels.  Then add sprinkles.





The last project was to decorate some cookies!!  Just look below to see how we did!! When your box arrives, there are 3 different color icings already in bags for you to use.  Just snip the end off the corner.




Here are all the finished projects.


I really appreciate all the work that goes in to each monthly box.  If you follow Gramma in a Box on her social media you will be able to see what is in the upcoming box.  She loves to share what she is working on.
Find her on:
Facebook - HERE
Instagram - HERE

Gramma in a Box is a subscription box that arrives monthly filled with treat projects to make with your children or grandchildren.  It is a unique box each month that you can do in person or even through a video call.  You can purchase just one month or subscribe on a regular basis.  Be sure to check out the Subscribe page that details all the information you need.  She is very careful to list every ingredient so if your child has any allergies you will know what to avoid.  Generally just about everything you need arrives in this subscription box.  Even the wax paper to make the treats on.  Obviously you need a microwave, a microwaveable bowl, a spoon and maybe a butter knife, but basically most needed items are common kitchen utensils.

If you are interested in the August box, head over to the Gramma in a Box website and sign up for the box by the 3rd of August.  The sooner the better. If you subscribe with an auto debit program for only $20 per month… the first box is only $10 – no code needed.

Thanks for stopping by everyone.  See you soon, where neighbors share!!

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