As you know we love baking here so we were over the moon to be asked to be part of the Bakes Box ambassador scheme. Bakes box is an amazing baking subscription where all the dry ingredients you need to bake a recipe are weighed out ,  sent and fit right through your letterbox. You can either choose to have a monthly subscription or a one-off box , whatever suits you.

There are different types of boxes the junior bakes box which is the one we were sent , this is fab for the little ones as contains a fun and appealing recipe for them to try. There is the dough box which for example features bread and donut recipes and then there is the bakes box which can feature any type of baking recipes. Finally there is the family bakes box bundle which includes the bakes box and bakes box junior box.   Subscriptions start from £7.50 per month depending on how many months you choose to commit to. The longer you subscribe the cheaper it is.

The junior bakes box was beautifully packaged with all the right quantities of dry ingredients we just had to add the wet ingredients like milk , butter and water. I loved that it included a little chefs hat too. The recipe card was fab and easy to follow.

We had the sticky iced buns junior box this month , as you can see Archie really enjoyed getting stuck in and making these. We really did have so much fun making them and it was something different that I wouldn’t necessarily think of making myself.

Overall we were really impressed with the box and it really was good value for money. We are now eagerly awaiting next months box. Archie keeps asking if the cake box is coming with post man pat again.

If you fancy getting your own bake box I have a discount code for 50% off your 1st box just enter LIANNEBAKES

We were given a bakes box subscription in return for an honest review , all thoughts and opinions are my own.


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