Wildgrain Review ~ Fresh Bread, Pasta, and Pastries at Home
Subscription boxes are the best, aren’t they? A new box, full of fun goodies or food shows up on your doorstep once a month, or a few times a year. Even better when there is bread inside! I ordered a Wildgrain box, and I am excited to share my experience with you today!
I was provided product from Wildgrain in exchange for this post. All opinions are my own.
This is my second Wildgrain box, and I loved it as much as the first. Who doesn’t love opening a box to find bread ready to be baked?! We love all the bread in our house! Having my freezer stocked with frozen bread, rolls, pasta, and pastries to bake for my family is a total win.
What is Wildgrain?
Wildgrain is a monthly subscription box that sends you fresh frozen goods, ready to be baked. I have had sourdough bread, rolls, pastas, cookies, chocolate croissants, etc.
They send your box once a month or every other month, depending on how you set up your subscription. Plus, they donate 6 meals to charity for every new member.
My most recent box included:
- Sourdough Bread
- Slow Fermented Olive Oil Ciabatta
- Sourdough Sesame Bread
- Tonnarelli Pasta
- Apple Pie Bites
My Experience with Wildgrain
My experience with Wildgrain has been positive so far. You do need to plan time for baking, obviously. Some of the breads take like 20 minutes to bake, but another 15-20 to finish baking after you take it out of the oven. My first sourdough loaf, I didn’t account for that time, and it wasn’t as good. But, that was my own error for not reading the directions.
Wildgrain gives our family the convenience of having fresh bread at our finger tips. My kiddos rarely get croissants or fresh pasta, but Wildgrain gives us the opportunity to do so! My favorite is the sourdough. The inside is so soft and chewy, but the outside is nice and crispy!
My family LOVED the chocolate croissants as an evening snack. This was a huge treat for our kids…..I don’t usually bake things like that :).
More About Wildgrain
A monthly subscription is about $89. You can also skip months if you need to. They offer two types of boxes. One is bread, pastries, and pasta. The other is bread and pasta.
The bread doesn’t need to rise or be defrosted! You can literally go from freezer, to oven, to table.
Sometimes, they have promotions when they add something free to your box. Who doesn’t want free bread?!
Will your family be trying Wildgrain?
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