Disclosure: I received a box in order to review. All opinions are 100% my own.
Baking things with your children or grandchildren provides a special time of bonding, learning, and having fun. Sometimes we get too busy to take time out of our days to bake or cook together in the kitchen. Baketivity is nice because you can get an automatic reminder each month when they mail you a special kit.
Each month the child can wear their cute apron and chef hat when they open the box from Baketivity. Children love to help the parent or grandparent bake in the kitchen. I loved baking cookies with my young children and now I can do it with my grandchildren.
The May box is so much fun! Floral Berry Scones are the specialty this month. The box is so cool! It has cute decorations on the outside of the box and lined with red tissue paper. Each box has stickers to add to the Rewards Chart. Then, there are the pre-measured baking ingredients.
- Baking Soda
- Chocolate Chips
- Confectioner’s Sugar
- Vanilla Sugar
There are other ingredients that you’ll need to provide:
Heavy Cream, an egg, butter, strawberries, and blueberries.
The first step is to mix the dry ingredients together.
Next, I mixed the wet ingredients: one egg, heavy cream, and vanilla sugar. It was easy to mix them in the measuring cup with a small whisk. Then, the butter was added. This was stirred just enough to mix the wet and dry ingredients together.
The scone mixture can be made into circle shapes and individually cooked or made into one large circle.
I mixed together the confectioner’s sugar and 1 Tablespoon to make a pourable glaze. Then, I cut them into scone shapes. The flavor is amazing! Children of all ages are going to love these. These box kits from Baketivity are really fun and delicious.
Purchase 1 Box: Single Theme boxes with everything from cookies to pretzels
Purchase 3-Month: Get three months at a lower price.
Purchase 6-Month: Get 6 months at an even lower price.
Purchase Year Plan: The lowest price per month (like getting 2 free boxes)
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