Disclosure: The information and prize pack have been provided by Immaculate Baking through Platefull Co-Op.
A couple weeks ago the folks at Immaculate Baking sent me some of their goods to try.
Fact: yellow cake with chocolate frosting will probably always remain one of my all time favorite childhood desserts.
Immaculate Baking is launching a new line of dry baking mixes with the same promises and non-GMO commitment since its refrigerated cookie origins: Using only wholesome, simple, delicious ingredients, and offering baking options ranging from all natural, organic and gluten free!
Using the same ingredients you would use if you were to bake cookies, cakes, and brownies from scratch, Immaculate Baking’s eight new dry baking mix items have 0g trans fat, and do not contain artificial preservatives or high fructose corn syrup.
Look for new Immaculate Baking Dry Baking Mixes in the baking aisle! Now available at Target!
Find Immaculate Baking during a series of savings events:
- Immaculate Baking is in the Gluten Free coupon book event handed out 7/27 and 8/17. Coupon is for $.75 off one Immaculate Baking Item.
- Immaculate Baking is in the Back to School coupon book event handed out on 8/17, 8/24 and 8/25. Coupon is for $.75 off one Immaculate Baking Item.
Check out the ingredients on their brownies.
Things I can pronounce and know what they are. Bonus!
As you can see, I was sent four different mixes – brownies, cookies, chocolate cake and yellow cake.
I debated which to make first. I got them the day before I had a race, so I chose brownies that I could take and share with everyone.
Lets talk about how easy these are to make too.
The only ingredients needed were eggs and butter. Score!
In an effort to boost up the nutritional values, I came up with a slightly different recipe.
Coconut Almond Brownies
- 1 box Immaculate Baking brownie mix
- 2 eggs
- 1/2 cup coconut oil, melted
- 1/4 cup chocolate chips
- 6 tsp almond butter, divided
1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. And lightly coat a 9×9 pan with nonstick spray.
2. Add the brownie mix, eggs, and coconut oil to a bowl. Mix until combined. The batter will be thick.
3. Stir in chocolate chips.
4. Transfer the batter to your pan and press down so that it’s distributed evenly. Then place almond butter, 1 tsp at a time all over the batter.
5. Take a knife and swirl the almond butter into the batter.
6. Bake for 27-30 minutes.
Macros (per 1/16 of the prepared recipe):
220 cals | 11g fat | 28g carb | 1g fiber | 19g sugar | 2g protein
Everyone loved them!
What’s your favorite kind of brownie?