Hamptons Lane March 2016 “Crepe” Review + Coupon Code

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Cost: $47/month
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Hamptons Lane March 2016 "Crepe" Review + Coupon Code
Hamptons Lane curates an amazing monthly box of artisan foods, kitchen tools, and serveware for the food lover. Boxes are $47/month and are revealed at the beginning of every month. Boxes are created around a monthly theme, such as Southwestern Fiesta, Summer Cocktail, The Best of BBQ, Coastal Italy, etc. Unlike most subscription boxes, you can skip the box if it doesn’t interest you during the first five days of that month.
Hamptons Lane March 2016 "Crepe" Review + Coupon Code
Hamptons Lane generally ships in the second half of the month, however, I received this early for review purposes.
Hamptons Lane March 2016 "Crepe" Review + Coupon Code

Hamptons Lane March 2016 "Crepe" Review + Coupon Code
The March 2016 Hamptons Lane theme was “Crepes” and includes the following:

~French Blue Steel Crêpe Pan by De BuyerVosges, France ($24.95): This non-stick pan is made of blue carbon steel and is ideal for turning and flipping crepes.  I think crepes are delicious, but I need to carve out a chunk of time because they really aren’t the easiest thing to make. I know the pan is non-stick, but you need to work quickly and pour in just the right amount of batter.
Hamptons Lane March 2016 "Crepe" Review + Coupon Code
~Orange Saffron Cardamom Marmalade by Eat ThisErwinna, Pennsylvania ($10): Orange marmalade is something I would probably only eat on a crepe!  It’s super flavorful, but really would be best alongside chocolate on a crepe.
Hamptons Lane March 2016 "Crepe" Review + Coupon Code
~Wooden Crêpe Spreader by BerndesLima, Ohio ($13): A crepe spreader is used to spread the batter smoothly and evenly in the pan.
Hamptons Lane March 2016 "Crepe" Review + Coupon Code
~Hamptons Lane French Style Crêpe Mix by Bear Branch Milling Co.Ash, North Carolina ($8): I am so happy that they included a mix for crepes and not just a recipe to make them yourself. You do need to add milk, butter, water and eggs to it, but that’s pretty standard for a batter.  It also needs to be chilled for 30 minutes before using.
Hamptons Lane March 2016 "Crepe" Review + Coupon Code
~Handmade Dark Chocolate Caramel Sauce by CC MadeBerkeley, California ($5): OMG the best!  I will be lucky if I still have this when I am ready to make crepes.  It blends high-quality Guittard cocoa with a hint of salty Sel Gris.  It’s salty and amazing on oce-cream or just by the spoonful.
Hamptons Lane March 2016 "Crepe" Review + Coupon Code
~Herbes de Provence by The Spice HouseChicago, Illinois ($3.99): This spice blend is designed for California Style Crepes or Savory Breakfast Crepes (both recipes are included in the information book).
Hamptons Lane March 2016 "Crepe" Review + Coupon CodeAll totaled I came up with a value of $64.94 for the March 2016 Hamptons Lane‘s box.  I think it was one of my favorite curations from Hamptons Lane in recently memory.  I have never received anything like this in a subscription box and I totally appreciate that.

What do you think of the March 2016 Hamptons Lane box?  If you are interested in subscribing or want to learn more, click here and use the coupon code “Subscription10” to save $10 off your first box. You can opt for the Crepe box as your first box or one of Hamptons Lane‘s many other boxes.

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This Post Has 4 Comments

  1. Melissa

    LMAO, a “creep spreader”!! Love it. Doesn’t it look like it would be a handy tool for keeping creeps in line? Like you just bop ’em one and say, “Stop being a creep!” Love it, thanks for the smile 🙂

    1. Jennifer

      LOL!!!!!!! It would keep creeps from spreading!!!!!!!!!! I clearly type “creep” more frequently than “crepe”! Grammerly tells me this:

      Possibly confused word: crepe

      Did you mean creep?
      The word crepe doesn?t seem to fit the context. Consider replacing it with a different one.

  2. Megan

    I tried to order the crepes box but it says sold out. So disappointed!!!

  3. Sarah

    Easiest crepe recipe ever: 3 eggs, 1 cup milk, 1 cup flour–no chilling required. That’s how my mom made them growing up and how I make them to impress my friends! If a recipe can be memorized, I consider it acceptable 😀

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