Saturday, August 23, 2014

Immaculate Baking Company - #IBBakesWell Review

The information and prize pack have been provided by Immaculate Baking through Platefull Co-Op. I received products for review. The opinions within this post are of my own and I was not influenced in any way. Please do your own research before purchasing products or using services. Your opinions and results may differ.

I don't necessarily mind cooking or baking but my husband is the main chef in our household. He can whip up a mean dish. From time to time, however, I like to put my hand in at creating delicious food. The only problem is, I'm not the best at making something from scratch. If I'm not overly nervous and I'm in the mood to bake, I'll break out some dry baking mixes and go to town with 'em!


I recently had a bake-a-thon with Immaculate Baking dry baking mixes. It's a new line from Immaculate Baking. They use only wholesome, simple, delicious ingredients, and offer baking options ranging from all natural, organic and gluten free. Immaculate Baking’s eight new dry baking mix items have 0g trans fat, and does not contain artificial preservatives or high fructose corn syrup. Out of the eight new dry baking mixes, I baked with four: brownie, chocolate cake, yellow cake, and gluten free double chocolate cookies.


The only extra ingredients needed for the dry baking mixes were eggs, vegetable oil, and/or butter. Simple ingredients I already had on hand. The instructions were simple and the end result was tasty delicousness.

My mother is a cook-from-scratch kinda gal and she commented that the baked goods were worthy. All four dry baking mixes turned out nicely and had wonderful flavors. I'm not on a gluten free diet, but the Gluten Free Double Chocolate Cookie Mix was my favorite. Included in the mix was chocolate chips, making for chocolatey goodness. The brownie mix also included chocolate chips.

On the front of each box is a folk art drawing, adding a charming touch. I'd never heard of Immaculate Baking Company before being able to try their dry baking mixes but, now that I'm aware, I'll be looking for more of their products in stores. With Immaculate Baking dry baking mixes, I can make scrumptious baked goods that even my mom approves of.

Do you prefer to bake from scratch or use dry baking mixes? Which Immaculate Baking dry baking mix would you most like to try?

3 comments:

Nichol said...

I'm no good at baking so it is boxed stuff for me. I've never heard of this company so will check them out!

Helga said...

I like to use mixes to save time but I prefer from scratch. I would like to make their cookies.

Aunt Nanny said...

I love to bake from scratch, but it takes so longg. I want to try the chocolate cake mix and the pancake ad waffle mix