Food and Drink

Up Your Breakfast Game With These Over The Top Grazing Boxes

Leave it to the grazing specialists.

The Grazing Fox Melbourne
Photo: @thegrazingfoxmelbourne

Grazing boards, boxes, and tables have taken over our Instagram feeds over the last few years and for good reason. It’s an easy way to satisfy all your guests, and if we admit it, makes us look like good hosts. After all, who doesn’t love an arrangement of different foods? 

To help you with your next event or brunch gathering, we scoured Australia to find the best breakfast grazing boxes to impress your guests.

Table and Graze grazing boxes
Photo: @tableandgraze

Table and Graze

The team at Table and Graze are experts in assorted foods and treats. Apart from grazing boxes, they do a doughnut wall, breakfast grazing tables, and lunch boards. Their breakfast boxes are available in medium (2-3) or large (6-8) and cost from $75 to $150, and free delivery within 10km of Wagga Wagga CBD. Each box is filled with fresh croissants with leg ham, cured deli meats, granola cups, bagels with salmon, a hand-picked cheese, chocolate waffles, freshly made dip, nuts, dry and fresh seasonal fruit, bread, and a selection of crackers.
Order here.

Out Of Thyme grazing boxes
Photo: @out_of_thyme

Out of Thyme

Expect fresh seasonal produce sourced from local markets in Melbourne with the Out of Thyme grazing box. Located in South Melbourne and Prahan Markets, this company caters for corporate and events, but also sells grazing boxes filled with all kinds of yummy goodies. The breakfast grazing box costs $65 and includes greek yoghurt pots with house-made granola, mini quiche, mixed danishes, waffles, blueberry muffins, banana bread, croissants with condiments, sliced swiss cheese and prosciutto with fresh seasonal fruit. You can get them delivered to your door between 8:30 am and 10:30 am, depending on location. 
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Goodness Gracious Sydney grazing box
Photo: @goodness_gracious_sydney

Goodness Gracious Sydney

New South Wales
If you’re looking for an extra good looking grazing box, Goodness Gracious Sydney in Surry Hills is the place to look at. They’re the team behind the Brie cake that went viral on Instagram, and they create some of the prettiest grazes using local fresh produce. Their grazing boxes come in all sorts of sizes and types. There are vegan grazing boxes, kids platters, and of course, a mini brie cake. Their breakfast platter is filled with mini quiches, artisan jams, bread, and seasonal fruit, as well as vintage cheddar, brie, and pastries.
Order here.

The Grazing Fox Melbourne
Photo: @thegrazingfoxmelbourne

The Grazing Fox

The Grazing Fox is one of the more known grazing brands out there that have worked with Coles, Mimco, and Notel. They offer hampers, a show-stopping brie cake, grazing boxes, and a brekkie box. The brekkie box serves 10 to 15 and includes an assortment of croissants, danishes and fresh fruits. Boxes need to be ordered 48 hours in advance and they deliver between 11:30 am and 2:30 pm the next day. 
Order here.

Fig and Brie Grazing
Photo: @figandbriegrazing

Fig and Brie Grazing

Fig and Brie is a small Brisbane based business created by Ella Clark, a student nurse. With an eco-conscious mindset, the grazing boxes here are made with fresh produce and sustainable packaging including disposable cutlery. Order a small, medium, or large grazing box packed with cheese, meat, breadstick, crackers, fruits, and vegetables. Their brunch box comes with yoghurt, ham and cheese croissants, waffles, berries, and jams. 
Order here.

Grazing The Roof breakfast grazing boxes
Photo: @grazing.the.roof

Grazing the Roof

Whether you want to stay in or picnic out, Grazing The Roof makes some pretty impressive grazing boxes. Their pastries graze is perfect for breakfast. For $90 the box feeds six and includes a range of pastries including ham and cheese croissant, custard danish, cinnamon swirls, fresh fruit, and Portuguese tarts. They also make smaller boxes and larger boxes for big groups featuring meats, cheeses, fruits and dips. 
Order here

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Food and Drink

Red Rooster Is Serving Free Chicken and Piping Hot Cash This Christmas in July

Get your early dose of festive cheer.

Red Rooster Christmas in July
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The cold weather in most parts of Australia coinciding with EOFY celebrations is the closest thing that we’ll get to snowy Christmas vibes. And if you’re in dire need of some festive cheer after the first six months of 2023, grab your ugly sweater and head to your nearest Red Rooster for Xmas in July deals.

From June 29 – July 31, 2023, Red Rooster is serving up free food items, a chance to win $10,000 or one of 10 merch packs valued at $400 and other fun prizes. All you have to do is sign up as a Red Royalty member and spend $5 on at a location near you or online.

Each week there’ll be new delicious deals and prizes to win. The week one deals have already dropped and they’re looking pretty tasty. You can get access to them via your Red Royalty account. The more you purchase, the more chances you have to win.

Spoiler alert: you can get 10 chicken nuggets for free, right now. Brb running to Red Rooster.

Terms and conditions apply. Visit Red Rooster’s Christmas in July to see all the deals.


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