Baobab is one of the newest fruits on the superfood scene. The caramel citrus flavours pair nicely with coconut, mango and other tropical fruit, making it a great way to add potassium and fibre to your morning smoothie!
Just 25g of crunchy brazil nuts provides you with a whopping 870% of your daily intake of selenium; a mineral that helps support your immune system and protect your cells. Perfect for snacking, baking and topping.
Without breakfast your body’s just running on empty! Get easy recipes for smoothie bowls, bircher muesli, chia porridge, granola parfaits and more, direct from the graze kitchen.
Kidney-like in shape and native to coastal areas of north-eastern Brazil, these beige beauties add a special something to salads, smoothies and stir-fry dishes, whilst also doing your body a whole world of good.
Our nutritionist won’t stop talking about these little super seeds! Packed with nutrients, they’re perfect for experimenting in the kitchen, especially in vegan recipes. Never know what to do with chia seeds? These recipes are the answer!
Not only does dark chocolate taste amazing, but it also scientifically proven to help you relax. The darker the chocolate and the less refined it is the more health benefits it contains.
Armed with her £3 million taste buds (yep, that’s genuinely what they’re worth) head honcho Ellie tries every new recipe from the graze kitchen, making sure each snack lives up to her high standards.
Here you'll find all posts and recipes from guest bloggers. Whether it's using ingredients from the graze pantry or snacks from ther graze box, our grazers and ambassadors are a super creative bunch.
Our nutritionist extraordinaire, Jess is the creator of our health badges, to help you choose the snacks and boxes that are right for you. Jess also specialises in healthy recipes, nutrition break downs of ingredients, and tricks to help you keep making better choices.
Pecans are a delicious source of healthy fats and fibre, as well as manganese which helps protect your cells against oxidative stress - definitely worth keeping in your snack draw!
These nuts are famous for their bright green colour, so they tend to be an easy one for people remember. They typically come salted in bags and are served up as bar snacks, but stripped back to their kernel, they both look and taste beautiful.
Your health is a reflection of what you do on a consistent basis, not a one-off action, so identifying some small changes which you can make and do every day can transform all areas of your life. Before you know it, you’ll have established a healthier routine!
Enhance the health credentials of your breakfast, salad or soup with a sprinkle of pumpkin seeds. A good source of fibre, rich in multiple vitamins and minerals as well as 9g of protein in a 30g serving, these green seeds are bound to boost your routine.
The graze school of farming in Kabbubu, Uganda, helps locals grow themselves out of poverty by teaching farming skills and supporting them through their first few growing seasons.
In celebration of the graze kitchen’s 1500th snack creation, our taste experts joined forces with Michelin star chef Simon Rogan, to explore the latest culinary technology.
Nature is beyond smart and we’re constantly discovering new and incredible ways in which the food that grows on our planet delivers health benefits for us humans.
When she was creating the graze Afternoon Infusion, our chief taste expert Ellie worked closely with a tea master. She came away with a flawless knowledge of how to store, brew and serve tea!
Find out more about the people working behind the scenes at graze HQ. From the kitchen to the studio and farms across the country, these are the stories behind the graze box!
Vegetable crisps have the health advantage over potato crisps because they can be dried rather than fried, creating a naturally delicious wholesome snack with many more vitamins and nutrients than fried potato crisps.