Baking is a favorite summer activity with my kids. We make some great memories and messes in the kitchen together!! This summer we were introduced to a wonderful "scratch baking mix " line --Immaculate-While some kids were forming garage bands, Scott Blackwell used his garage to manifest a simple dream. He resolved to create, perfect, and share his mouth-watering, wholesome, homemade cookies, like the classic Chocobilly. Welcome to Immaculate Baking. Today, Immaculate’s dream is a growing among the there is are gluten free and organic line, plus cookies, sweet rolls, biscuits, pie crusts, and delicious cake mixes.
We made up this yummy yellow cake mix for our Friendship Luau. It was a hit. So EZ to make all natural, no artificial flavors or preservatives, no Bleached flour! The taste was light and fluffy!! You can feel good about having a slice; and it was gone in 1/2 hour!!
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I love this amazing hand-painted billboard for the brand that is turning heads in Minneapolis.Mixed-media artist Andy Saczynski painted it to celebrate Immaculate Baking Company’s new line of baking mixes and ingredients.The project is an ode to how billboards used to be done, when companies hired artists – known as “walldogs” – to be chained to the exterior of a building or suspended from a rooftop to paint their signs by hand.Check out more about the billboard here. Look for Immaculate at Target, Feel-Rite, Wegmans, Whole Foods, and Publix just to name a few places.