Bake Box – Review

In this house we love a little bit of baking, the kids love getting stuck in and creating tasty treats but I also love the chance to whip up something that look semi edible as well. When I was asked to review Bake Box of corse I didn’t have to think twice. Bake box is a subscription box hich provides budding bakers with the tool kit and recipes to develop their home baking talents.

Every two months you receive a box of goodies which include:

  • At least 6 bakeware items
  • 6 colourful step by step recipe cards
  • Complimentary access to Bake Club Live

Here’s what was in my box..

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I love how each of the recipe cards teach you a different skill and how to use a product you may not have before. It’s a really fun way to try something new whilst building up your baking equipment.

I had a go at the chocolate bundt cake!

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The recipe card was really easy to follow.

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I love how it turned out it’s such an easy cake to make but looks so effective, this cake has been getting a lot of love on Facebook and instagram, for all those asking how I made it now everyone knows that it was down to the brilliant Bake Box!

I am really looking forward to trying out the rest of the recipes and hopefully learning some great new skills. I highly recommend Bake Box for any budding bakers it would make a fab gift for anyone who loves getting creative in the kitchen! The boxes are just 14.99 each plus P&P you can also select the option to buy 3 boxes 6 months or 6 over 12 months and receive some extra amazing goodies.

Check out Bake Box here and check out their Bake Club Live Instagram if you’re obsessed with foodie photo’s as me!

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Disclaimer: I was sent this product for the purpose of review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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