A few months ago I picked up a gorgeous star-shaped muffin tray for just $3, I am always thinking ahead and figured it would be perfect for baking some yummy Christmas treats for our neighbours as opposed to traditional Christmas cards. Now you never really know how baked treats will turn out until you try so two weeks ago I did a quick test-run with a new home-style baking mix from Wholeberry Folk:
I would like to say that the cupcakes didn’t turn out very well and that’s why we had to eat them but that would be a lie. They turned out really well and were absolutely perfect but we still ate them all, without giving any to the neighbours… After trying one we just couldn’t resist, they were scrumptious. There are four different Wholeberry Folk cupcake and cookie mixes to choose from, we chose Banana Split (chocolate cupcake with banana icing) and it was delicious.
Not only were the Wholeberry Folk Banana Split Cupcakes really yummy, they are also preservative and additive free and made with only natural ingredients, real fruit, nutritious spelt flour and 25% less sugar than other leading brands. That’s a lot of wholesome-ness for something you find on the shelves of your local supermarket! I’ll definitely be keeping a few packets in the pantry for unexpected guests or a tasty after school treat. Bonus: You can even make these delights dairy free by replacing milk and butter by soy milk and coconut oil.
After giving the first batch the thumbs up we tried again a week later, they looked super cute finished and this time we quickly delivered them to our neighbours before we could eat them all. One packet of Wholeberry Folk cupcake mix is enough to make 12 BIG cupcakes or you can make 24 smaller treats like we did, there even was some left to be licked up by my hungry bunch.
The Wholeberry Folk range is available in Woolworths stores nationwide, find your favourite Wholeberry Folk products (RRP $6.49) in the baking aisle.
To find out more about Wholeberry Folk and to browse the range visit www.wholeberryfolk.com.au.