If you follow us you will know I love unique subscription boxes and we have been fans of bakedin baking club kits to get us through months of lockdown and the kids love them! And now I have subscribed to the BakedIn Junior Baking Club subscription boxes – these monthly junior baking kit boxes feature a brand-new recipe each month are much less complicated for the younger bakers.
When you subscribe you will also be offered the chance to bag a bakeware bundle which has all the tins you are likely to need. They also offer the option to purchase Junior Baking club gift subscriptions, which I have done several times.
Bakedin use local flour from Hampshire and only use the best ingredients including top notch Belgian chocolate – hungry yet?
In each kit you will find a step by step recipe card which you can store in your recipe folder with your other junior baking club recipes, all the dry ingredients in the right quantities and any little handy extras you might need (cake cases, grease proof paper) – these are delivered monthly and fit through most letter boxes.
You get an email around the 1st day of the month with a shopping list of fresh ingredients you will need to grab from your local supermarket (generally Butter, Milk, Eggs, double cream and fresh fruit) and your box will normally arrive in the middle of the month.
Subscriptions for BakedIn Junior Baking Club boxes are
£12 for a monthly box with no tie in
£33 for 3 months (£11 a box)
£57 for 6 months (£9.50 a box)
£99 for 12 months (£8.25 a box)
Standard subscriptions are an auto-renewing service but gift certificate subscriptions are not so you can rest assured your recipient won’t get charged unless they buy another subscription.
This month’s box was… Chocolate Orange Cookies! Holly was super excited as she loves cookies, especially chocolate ones!
We love that everything is bagged up ready to use , no needing to weigh or measure anything
Mixing the cookie dough
I had some help making this kit from Holly (3 years old) and Amelia (2 years old) – here they are mixing the cookie dough mix which they both loved being able to do
Once the cookie dough was mixed it was time to split it into 12 dough balls and pop it in the oven – We had a bit of help from Miles for this bit but he wasn’t so keen on photos! It was super messy but they loved doing this bit
Ok they aren’t really picture perfect mainly because the cookies expanded way more than I anticipated so we didn’t get too many perfectly round ones whoops! But they all taste the same right so doesn’t really matter
The finished cookies
The girls didn’t care they were super happy with their creations once they had finished decorating them, which again was super messy because sprinkles just love to scatter everywhere when you shake the bag and shake the bag they did, several times!
If you have an aspiring great british bake off star – these boxes are a great place to start. It’s the perfect introduction to encouraging children to build their confidence in the kitchen. Join the junior baking club today on the link below
Unfortunately these boxes are not suitable for those with nut allergies please see below from Bakedin
Some of our Baking Club, Bread Club and Junior Club recipes contain nuts, and our factory handles nuts (but not peanuts or sesame seeds) so we’re unable to cater for allergies, or guarantee that the boxes will be suitable for nut allergy sufferers.
Being a small company, we are currently not in a position to accommodate for every allergy, intolerance or preference. We hope to be able to rectify this soon!
Find out more about our first box here
Our first baking subscription box
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