Last weekend I made big plans, and by “big” I mean: doing laundry, cleaning up and catching up on blog related work. Instead? I baked these yummy donuts with the kids and binged watch some Korean drama (one of my guilty pleasures). I wasn’t productive at all but do you want to know something? I enjoyed myself. It’s really the little things in life that bring us true happiness. Keep reading for deets about these super delicious red velvet donuts that I made from my Innocent Baker February box.
Making Red Velvet Donuts With The Innocent Baker
This post is not sponsored. I received a free box to review, and since I truly enjoyed the experience, I wanted to share it with you guys.
About The Innocent Baker
The Innocent Baker is a Canadian gourmet baking subscription box service. Each month they have a new recipe. I was contacted by one of the reps to try out their February box. The box that I received came with everything that I needed to make the recipe of the month.
- Ingredient list + Instruction card
- Pre-measured ingredients
- Shopping list (for items such as milk, eggs, butter)
- A little surprise (I got this super cute, colorful whisk)
The Innocent Baker Subscription box cost $29.99/month (with shipping and tax it comes to about $44.48 – I’m in QC)
So this is what I did last weekend. I really love getting subscription boxes in the email! The last time I reviewed one was the No Make No Life Beauty Box. If you like subscription boxes, you should totally check out Cratejoy.
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