Bakers Krate Review - July 2016 - Canadian Baked Goods Subscription Box + PROMO CODE

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What is it? Bakers Krate 
How Much? $19.99 per month, plus $9.99 shipping. Save on 3 and 6 month terms. Prices in Canadian dollars. 
What’s in it? 6 or more gourmet desserts delivered to your door

Bakers Krate is a Canadian subscription that sends gourmet, artisan baked good straight to your door each month. Bakers Krate curates different sweets and desserts from Canadian bakeries and treat makers. Each box contains at least six different fresh baked goods for you to enjoy.

Whether you like it sweet or savoury, we got you covered! Tired of Bakery Hopping to find out what's good? We do the research and bring the good stuff to you!

Bakers Krate ships throughout the month, between the 1st and the 20th. Sign up before the 19th of the month and you will receive that month's box. You can skip a month or cancel anytime. 

The Krates never specify a theme, but there often seems to be a common trend among the items in the box. This month, three of the four items have Asian influences!

Pinky's Bakeshop Taro Cookie Sandiwch
This huge cookie is two vanilla taro cookies sandwiched with taro butter cream. Taro is a root vegetable that's very popular all throughout Asia and Africa. This cookie seems to be influenced by the Chinese use of taro as a dessert. In China you can find taro cakes, taro ice cream, and my favourite, taro bubble tea. The taste reminds me of Arrowroot baby cookies. 

Roll Cake Bakery Matcha Oreo Bites
These little chocolate bits are flavoured with matcha green tea and topped with Oreo and almond bits. I like the flavour of matcha so these were a nice treat.

High Tea Bakery Apricot Amaretto Chew
This is another very large cookie and the only one that doesn't fit the Asian theme. The apricot and almond flavour was very nice, and it went well with my afternoon coffee.

Pinky's Bakeshop Green Tea Brownies
These brownies don't look super appetizing with their green colour, but they tasted pretty good. The texture was  great for a brownie - crisp outside and soft, chewy centre. The chocolate chips were a nice addition and balanced out the bitter green tea flavour.

The July Baker's Krate included four different products, six items total. Three different Winnipeg bakeries are represented this month, and we experienced some interesting new products and flavours.

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Disclaimer: Box information is correct as of posting date. As prices and terms are subject to change, please be sure to read the FAQ of this company before signing up.

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