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Competition & Review of Bake at Home Kits

By Evette Garside @evette77


If like me, you love your cakes, cookies and fresh bread; but find yourself a little useless when it comes to baking? Then Bake at Home kits are for you.


Bake at home kits are a selection of ready mixed baking products. Both for kids and adults they make baking very easy. The kits come with the cake mixtures and all that is needed is a little amount of very basic ingredients such as butter or an egg. Full instructions come with the kits and they are very easy to do.
Many of the children’s kits also come with cookie cutters or other accessories which can be reused over again.
We made some delicious cookies over half term using two kits that we were sent.



The cookie mixture was pretty much already prepared. All I had to do was add the butter and an egg and bake.

As well as cookie mixes we also got a very interesting bread making kit.


This bread kit is different as the seeded breads are baked in plant pots. Yes that right, it’s flowerpot bread.


Everything is included to make the bread, including the pots and the bread mixes. Again it’s easy to make following clear included instructions.


Jordanna was fascinated at the thought of bread in flower pots. The bread went well with a nice bowl of soup. Good for dipping.

Bake at home are giving away some of their lovely baking kits to one of my readers. You may win the kits above or you may win something completely different. Your prize will however consist of some lovely baking goodies for you to make at home.
Just follow these steps to be entered!!

1) follow my blog; by email, twitter, bloglovin or facebook

2) Follow Bake at Home on Twitter

Follow @bakeathome

3) comment below and tell everyone what is your favourite thing to bake at home.

(T&CS: Competition will end June 30. One winner will receive baking products at prize hosts discretion. Please check junk/spam folders for winning email. Winner must respond within 7 days. UK only)

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