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Gramma In A Box - Beach Party Treat




Hey Neighbors!!

We have the August Gramma in a Box!! This is a family favorite!!  This month's theme was Beach Party Treats!!  Super fun to make.



As always Gramma in a Box comes prepared for you to jump right in and create some amazing treats.  I love that she includes the recipe cards, as well as a general information card. The first card gives you general information, including what treats you will be making, and the other items you will need to complete the projects.  The actual recipe cards have step by step instructions to make your special treat.  On the back of the card is a list of ingredients with possible allergens, such as wheat and soy for example.



PROJECT ONE
The first project this month was Goldfish Bowls.  This was a really cute idea.  We melted our chocolates, dipped marshmallows into the blue chocolate, dipped the bottom of the marshmallows into crushed graham crackers for sand, and then added colorful Goldfish Crackers to the side.  Pretty neat!!




PROJECT TWO
This was Seashell Pretzels, which my husband thought tasted great!! This one you used the rest of your chocolate, dipped the pretzels in and then added white pearl sprinkles and one chocolate seashell.  And yes, he ate more than one!!




PROJECT THREE
This is one of my favorites, decorating seashell, starfish, and fish shaped cookies.  I LOVED the colors this month.  The icing comes ready for you in a small baggie.  You simply knead it a bit to ensure it is well mixed, then snip the end off a corner of the bag and decorate your cookies.  There is always sprinkles of some type included to add to the top of your cookies.




No matter the age of the children, I have a feeling most families would LOVE receiving a Gramma in a Box.  What a super gift idea this would make for a birthday, or even the upcoming holidays.  Yes, I said it.  I can not believe how fast this year is going.


Gramma in a Box is  so much fun to do each month.  You can use it for your own children or grandchildren.  What a great way for gramma to get to spend some quality time with the grandchildren.  And, from what I hear, a few grandparents have done this using a video call!!

There are some different options for subscribing.  You can purchase just one box for $20 to try it out. Trust me you will enjoy it.  You can also sign up with an auto debit, and your first month will be just $10.  The boxes usually go out the first week of the month, so you must subscribe before then.  She does occasionally change the shipment date a little, like the July Box arrived early enough to do it on July 4th.

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Here is some really good news.  One neighbors will be receiving their own Gramma in a Box for September.  The theme will be Back to School.  Be sure to enter and tell others about Gramma in a Box.


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Comments

Leela said…
I would love it for all of my kids.
andrea v said…
This would be for my mom. She loves to do projects and bake with my daughter.
Rowell Reviews said…
It would actually be for me, though I'm yet to be a Grandma, I'm an Aunt doing all the same things a Grandma would be doing. Thanks for the chance to win. Billie R. kekagel@yahoo.com
Anonymous said…
This box is so cute. I would enjoy with my 2 sons. They would have a blast creating and eating.
evie said…
i guess it would be for me, since i have no living relatives except my 2 4 legged girls. i would be the gramma!
Nancy P said…
This would be for my mom. Thanks.
Teacherbug said…
The box would be for my boys.
Kimberly Schotz said…
Our daughter Bethany would love this.
amanda whitley said…
my son has shown an interest in helping me in the kitchen so he would love this.
I would share this with my favorite 9 year old.
starzine said…
This box is for my cousin.

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