Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Scratch & Grain Baking co. review & #giveaway

Hey dear blog readers! My family and I just got back from a vacation. We had a great time, and while we were away we were able to try the samples I received from Scratch & Grain.

Here is some info on the company:

Scratch & Grain 7/5/17 LAKE OSWEGO, OR - Delectable all-natural baked goods were served. Tears of joy were shed. And a life-changing deal was made. The year was 2015 and Oregon “mompreneurs” Taya Geiger and Leah Tutin were in the “Shark Tank” to pitch Scratch & Grain Baking Company, their highly innovative line of baking kits featuring individually-packaged and measured gourmet ingredients with such easy-to-use numbered and color coding, even children could feel like pastry chefs. Passing acquaintances before starting their business, the two women were now firmly united in the pursuit of two equally daunting but decidedly thrilling goals: to walk out of the Tank with a Shark in their corner, and to parlay their extraordinary television debut into a brand that would at long last redefine the baking mix category and make homemade baking for the entire family easier, tastier and healthier than ever before.

Guys I found out this was on the show Shark Tank, that is so cool!

My review is that like I mentioned I was on vacation and we had a stove so we brought these kits with us. And my daughter and I made all of them. I had gotten the pumpkin bars, confetti cake, cornbread and sugar cookie. For a complete list of products visit their website. Or check Scratch and Grain out on Facebook.

The kits mostly come with everything you need to make them, you mostly just may need to add either water, butter or eggs. Also you can make cream cheese frosting with some of these, they give you the powdered sugar and vanilla, but we didn't have any cream cheese so we couldn't make that. But these are really cool and they are organic and All products are free of GMOs and preservatives.

Out of all the kits we made, everyone's favorite had to be the pumpkin bars. I am considering even buying another one of those myself! These kits are fun to make, and are great also for kids who are beginning to bake, because the ingredients are all labeled and numbered so you know which ones to add when.

Win it! One winner will receive a prize pack with an assortment of products from Scratch & Grain. (prods. may be diff. from ones I mentioned) Please enter below.
disclosure: giveaway for 48 US contiguous states only. *free products received to review*

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