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Real photos, real review: Immaculate Baking Cake Mix


I was lucky enough to recently get to review a new brand of cake mix, available at Target!, called Immaculate Baking.

It was created by artists who wanted something all natural.  All natural is what they got.  I was glad to see I could pronounce all ingredients (big plus!) and everything was in it's natural form.  Absolutely no chemicals, preservatives or artificial colors.  I've been trying to give the fam more wholesome foods and this definitely fits the bill. 

This cake required absolutely no oil, like a lot of mixes.
I had to add 4 eggs, 1/3rd cup of milk and 1.5 sticks of butter.   It mixed up easy peasy and I popped it in the oven for 30 mins.  Figured we would have it for dessert that evening.

I used milk chocolate icing.  See...viola!:

Look at that ice job...I am so the next Cake Boss...Buddy! Move over!!!
It was just for the family so I didn't have to make it perfect, I just had to make it taste good.

Consensus is: Good.
I thought it was a bit course, Bobster thought a bit dry (could be the lack of oil), the kids ate it up.  I liked that it was all natural & affordable plus it tasted pretty good.

Would I buy Immaculate Baking again?
You bet your sweet bippy (you can tell me what tv show that phrase originated on? - no searching!).

Tell me have you tried Immaculate Baking?
What did you think?
Are you going to try it?
Let me know either way.

I love your comments & will respond.


*Disclaimer: General Mills provided me with the product and a $10 gift card: All opinions are 100% my own*

Comments

Anonymous said…
Great review! I will definitely try this. I will try adding applesauce to this recipe. I have done this in the past for recipes that call for oil. Maybe that will make it a bit more moist.
Meghan said…
How much applesauce tho & would you sub it for, idk, the eggs? I am bad at substituting.

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