Last month was Bakers Krate's first birthday and they put together a really great birthday themed box. I was curious and excited to see what was in this month's box! Let's face it, a box full of sweet treats will put a smile on most anyone's face!
Bakers Krate is a subscription box that features gourmet, artisan baked goods produced by Canadian dessert experts. Each Bakers Krate contains 6 or more items in each box.
Cost: $19.99/month, $18.99/month (3 months), or $17.99/month (6 months)
Shipping: $9.99/month – ships to Canada only.
Coupon Code: BEMINE – Save 15% off your first box!
If I haven't mentioned it before, I really like their packaging! They changed it up a few months ago and made the boxes a bit smaller and the black and white is just a classic look.
You get an info card with best before dates and an ingredients list.
Caked With Love Caramel Macchiato Cake in a Jar
This little cake in a jar is always a highlight of the box! This one is one of my favourites - moist chocolate cake with espresso icing and homemade caramel on top.
Pinky's Bakeshop Sweet & Salty Cookies
These cookies are baked with a variety of your favourite snack foods inside, such as, potato chips, pretzel, graham cracker, chocolate chips, and Skor bits. These were good, but a bit too hard for my liking. I prefer soft cookies.
Gourmet Bliss Baked Goods Pasticinni
Butter cookies sandwiched in butter cream, dipped in chocolate with a hint of sea salt. This Italian delicacy was very good! I hope we see more from Gourmet Bliss Baked Goods in future boxes!
Goodies Bake Shop Fabulous Chocolate Chunk Brownie
I don't think I need to tell how good this was, I mean look at it! This chocolate brownie with chunks of Belgium chocolate on top is a chocolate lovers dream! It was more on the moist side, but I'd rather that than it being too dry.
This month's Bakers Krate was another hit! We enjoyed everything in the box and it was all gone in no time! If you noticed, we only received 4 items and they do say that each box will have 6 treats, so this box fell a little short, but still great nonetheless.
What do you think of Bakers Krate?