Several years ago I started buying Immaculate Baking‘s refrigerated cookies at the grocery store. It was such an easy way to bake hot, fresh cookies. Plus, I like that they use unbleached flour and other natural ingredients. They have partnered with the Non-GMO Project and are pursuing verification on every product they make. I was so surprised a few weeks ago when I walked into Target and saw a box of Immaculate Baking Gluten-Free cookie mix sitting on a shelf. I whipped out my phone and took a picture and posted it to Instagram. (Don’t judge – I know there are others who get excited at the grocery store.) I didn’t buy the box at the time, but since then I have tried it, along with Immaculate Baking’s Chocolate Cake Scratch Baking Mix. If I am only allowed one word to describe them it would have to be #thesemixesareincrediblydelicious. (Does that count as one word?)
I love that I know what the ingredients are. For example, the chocolate cake mix ingredients are: sugar, wheat flour, organic cocoa powder, baking powder (baking soda, cream of tartar), corn starch, salt, natural vanilla flavor. Sounds like a scratch mix to me.
Making them was a cinch – all I had to do was mix them with 1 1/4 cups of milk, 1 1/2 sticks of butter, and 4 eggs. To top them off, I made my own homemade vanilla buttercream. It’s my favorite icing. Ever.
Be on the look out for Immaculate Baking mixes. I know that there are at least four new box mixes: Brownie Scratch Baking Mix, Gluten-Free Double Chocolate Cookie Mix, Chocolate Scratch Baking Mix, and Yellow Scratch Baking Cake Mix.