Just in Time for the Holidays: Auntie Anne’s At Home Baking Kit is a Perfect Activity with the Kids



An Auntie Anne’s pretzel has always been a treat reserved for a trip to the mall for our family, but I am excited that they have recently launched an At Home Baking Kit where you can make your own pretzels or other recipes. As tempting as it was to make their traditional pretzels with the sample kit I received, I decided to give their monkey bread recipe a try. It ended up being easy and the perfect baking activity to do with my toddler, because unlike many baking recipes it didn’t need to be perfect. She loved making little dough balls at it didn’t matter that they were all different shapes and sizes. Older kiddos would probably enjoy making their own pretzel creations or the traditional ones as well and pretzel sticks would probably be another great activity with your younger kids. 

I used my stand mixer with the dough hook attachment, so kneading and preparing the dough couldn’t have been easier, but I don’t think it would have been that bad kneading it by hand either. I did need to add a little more cinnamon and sugar of my own when making the monkey bread, because I ran out of the mix the kit came with, but this will depend on your preferences and how many balls you make/need to cover. I had little hands helping me roll the balls, so this may be another reason why we ran out. But no biggie, since we don’t have a shortage of cinnamon or sugar in our pantry. I would definitely like to try making the traditional pretzel recipe, pretzel shapes or stick and the deep dish pizza.  


Ta-dah!

More about the At Home Baking Kit:

Just in time for the holiday gift giving and festive baking season, the fresh baked goodness of Auntie Anne’s products from the world’s largest hand-rolled soft pretzel chain can be discovered in the comforts of one’s home kitchen when they prepare the new At-Home Baking Kit.
The easy-to-prepare kit comes with step-by-step instructions to make 10 Original or Cinnamon Sugar Pretzels, 15 Pretzel Dogs, or one deep dish pizza for out-of-town guests or kids seeking a twist to their typical weekday lunches. Key ingredients in the kit are a yeast packet, special at-home baking Auntie Anne’s dough mix, baking soda, salt, and cinnamon sugar. Since the dough mix is versatile, a recipe for making a deep dish pizza is included on the kit packaging and other recipes for dishes such as stuffing, cinnamon pull apart bread (monkey bread), and bread pudding can be found by visiting www.auntieannesrecipes.com
The art of pretzel making and creatively experimenting with the pretzel dough through shapes, letters, and numbers is an activity kids enjoy. Making the kit offers an entertaining event for a rainy day or a birthday party sleepover. The kit also provides an easy to wrap gift for a teacher, hostess, or child’s birthday party. A video demonstrating how to make pretzels and other recipes can be viewed on You Tube/Auntie Anne’s Pretzel channel.
The suggested retail price is $5.99 to $7.99. In addition to participating Auntie Anne’s storesthe kit is available at specialty retailers, a club store, and regional grocery chains located throughout the United States. The most up-to-date listing of retailers can be viewed on www.auntieannes.com/BakingKitRetailers.aspx.



Samples of the products mentioned in the review were provided for this review. No other compensation was received and the views and opinions are my own.

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By Emi Stapler. I am a cloth diaper advocate, green parenting blogger, mother of three and a military wife who enjoys sharing my motherhood adventures and advice. Follow me at The Cloth Diaper Report on Facebook, Twitter @TheCDReport , Google +, Pinterest and Instagram.
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