Gramma In A Box is a new monthly subscription that’s all about easily accessible fun activities that revolve around decorating delicious cookies and treats all freshly baked and delivered straight to your door! It is perfect for everyone – from grandparents to grandkids, for date nights, college students and for parents who want a fun activity with their kids without all of the prep work!
*Disclosure: Gramma In A Box kindly sent this box to me for review purposes. However, all opinions expressed in this post are 100% mine.
$20.00/monthly + FREE shipping to anywhere in the U.S.
(reduced subscription options available with 3, 6 and 12-month plans).
COUPON CODE: Use coupon code 10off at checkout to get $10 off any 3, 6, or 12 month subscription plans!
Order by November 3rd to receive November’s box!
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Everything you need to decorate cookies and make 2 candy crafts (15 to 20 finished items each month). Because the items in the box are perishable, you have to make sure to use up before a certain date that your box lists.
I also have to admit that I love the name Gramma In A Box – it instantly conjures up memories of me as a kid baking treats with my grandma!
Everything inside our Halloween-themed month. Always a fan of the colorful pipings bags!
I personally love how detailed the instructions always are!
The flip side lists all the ingredients – so you are well aware of what’s being consumed in case of allergies etc.
Let’s get started with some real fun now, shall we? 🙂
Project #1: Oreo Spiders
Always wanted to try my hands on these Oreo Spiders I see on Pinterest all the time! But never got around it. So this was just perfect for me as a parent as well, as I really did not have to worry about gathering the ingredients. 😉
I love that all the ingredients come neatly packaged in small containers so we can easily use them as needed per project. 🙂 My older one was super excited about making her oreo spiders as she is a huge Oreo-addict. 😉
We just attached the broken up pretzel sticks into the creamy part of the oreo and then closed the top with a little help from the melted chocolate! Added in the googly candy eyes and the little Oreo Spiders were ready. How fun! 🙂
Project #2: Monster Bark
The next project was about creating monster bark using the leftover melted chocolate from the project above. This was relatively easy and pretty quick as we just needed to add in the worm gummies, candy bones and candy eyes into the melted chocolate and cocoa crisps mixture.
We left the chocolate to set and it was ready to go into tiny tummies. 🙂
Project #3: Halloween Cookies
My girls look forward to this activity each month! Something about crafting and decorating with real icing in piping bags get them way too excited!
You receive enough sugar cookies to be shared amongst 2-3 kids easily! Check out how focused and happily busy the kiddos look. 🙂 Literally something they can do for hours. 😉
After adding in the icing, they go a little too crazy adding in sprinkles. But hey, that’s where the fun lies for them, right. 🙂
The final look of all our completed projects. There are missing Oreo Spiders and Monster Barks because they did end up in the kiddos and mom’s tummy as soon as the treats were ready. 😉
What a fun Halloween-themed month of delicious treats! As always my girls had a ball of a time decorating their favorite treats using their favorite ingredients! Save yourself the hassle of gathering ingredients and let the little ones go crazy decorating baked treats and goodies! Win-win for all. 🙂 Don’t forget to use the coupon code 10off to get $10 off any 3, 6, or 12 month subscription plan!