Gramma in a Box- November 2018

Gramma in a Box is a subscription box service which includes baked cookies (with sprinkles and frosting to decorate) and two additional food crafts. Each box includes step-by-step instructions and illustrations on how to complete your projects. Gramma in a Box is only $20 a month and shipping is free everywhere in the U.S. Use promo code: 10off to receive $10 off your first month for a 3, 6, or 12 month prepaid membership.

As a special offer this month, use Gramma’s Black Friday Discount Code: black50 for $50 off a full year price of $240. This makes a one year subscription $190, about $15 a box. What a deal!!! This code will only be good for Black Friday (November 23rd) so mark your calendars.

For this month’s review, I am reviewing the November 2018 box. The box for this month is Thanksgiving and Fall themed (my favorite season!).

The box contained three fall themed food crafts. The first was called Acorn Kisses.

This food craft uses the mini vanilla wafers, chocolate chips, Hershey kisses, and the melting chocolates.

I thought this craft was easy to follow. And the outcome is super cute! They look like real acorns and taste yummy.

The second food craft creates little pretzel turkeys!

To do this project, you’ll need the remaining melting chocolate, sunflower seeds, candied eyes, candy corn, and pretzels.

My candy corn pieces were broken so my little pretzel guys look awkward but STILL CUTE and tasty. I found this project a little bit harder to complete because the melting chocolate seeped through the holes of the pretzels. This caused some of the turkey features to move around.

If you’ve been following my Gramma in a Box reviews, you know the third and final project is always my favorite! No matter what, in every box, you’ll be able to decorate some delicious sugar cookies! For fall, Gramma provided three shapes: acorns, turkeys, and fall leaves.

For this project you need sugar cookies, frosting, and sprinkles.

I had three frosting colors to work with: brown, orange, and yellow.

I really enjoyed decorating these. This little acorn one was my favorite.

By the end of completing your tasks, you have a beautiful plate of yummy desserts.

I love coming home from work and seeing Gramma in a Box at my doorstep. Gramma provides step by step instructions making these projects easy to do for the whole family. If I had children, I’m sure they’d love every minute of this! For now, my husband enjoys eating all the food crafts when I’m done so Gramma in a Box is a success in my household.

With Christmas approaching, I can’t think of a better gift for a family with kids to enjoy month to month.

This box was a PR sample. No compensation was received for this review. All opinions are my own.



When Kayleigh not working her full time job, she enjoys spending time with her husband and two dogs, Luna and Howie (they'll frequent some of these dog box reviews). She also loves reading, writing, traveling, and drinking tea. Please reach out to me at

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