Whisk & Flour Review – January 2017


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Whisk & Flour Review - January 2017

Whisk & Flour subscriptions deliver baking kits each month to your door with curated recipes, step-by-step instructions, pre-measured ingredients, and baking tools for you to bake, {maybe share}, and definitely enjoy! No more scouring the internet for proven recipes, no more buying expensive ingredients to only use a teaspoon, no more measuring cups piling up in the sink – they do all the hard work for you to pave the way to more smiles in and outside the kitchen.

Whisk & Flour
Cost: $28/month.
Ships To: Contiguous United States.
Coupon Code: N/A

Disclosure: This complimentary box was received for review purposes. All opinions are my own, and no compensation was received.

Whisk & Flour Review - January 2017

Whisk & Flour ships via USPS on a monthly basis. If you signed up before the end of the month, you’ll get your package around the third week of the next month.

Whisk & Flour Review - January 2017

Whisk & Flour Review - January 2017

These looked yummy!

Whisk & Flour Review - January 2017

Everything arrived neatly packaged in a Whisk & Flour cloth drawstring bag.

Whisk & Flour Review - January 2017

Dry ingredients were individually packed and clearly labeled.

Whisk & Flour Review - January 2017

The box also included silicone baking cups, a cupcake corer and a pastry bag.  Additional supplies needed included – mixing bowls (medium and large), a sifter /mesh strainer, a mixer and a baking sheet.

Whisk & Flour Review - January 2017

The January 2017 Whisk & Flour included ingredients needed to make Chocolate Nutella Cupcakes – a tempting chocolate cupcakes filled with nutella and topped with hazelnuts.

The Cupcakes

Whisk & Flour Review - January 2017

I found the instructions to be clear and easy to follow.  No issues at all!

Whisk & Flour Review - January 2017

In addition to the ingredients provided, I also needed to add unsalted butter, an egg, milk and hot water – all things I had on hand.

Whisk & Flour Review - January 2017

I made a big mess mixing my ingredients – powder flying everywhere. I think I overestimated the size of the bowl needed.

Whisk & Flour Review - January 2017

The instructions said to full each baking cup 3/4 full.  I feel like I could have just a tiny bit more batter.

Whisk & Flour Review - January 2017

Whisk & Flour Review - January 2017

I was pleased with how nicely these turned out!

Whisk & Flour Review - January 2017

Okay, so I have never used a cupcake corer before and I was expecting it to work like an apple corer. I thought the inside of the cupcake would actually come out.  Nope.  It just pushed it down and left a little hole.  At least that’s how it worked for me ;).  It was easy to get the nutella in and I felt like I had just enough to do it.

The Icing

Whisk & Flour Review - January 2017

I addition to instructions on how to make the icing, the box also included instructions on how to ice the cupcakes.  This was much appreciated.
Whisk & Flour Review - January 2017

In addition to the ingredients provided, I had to add unsalted butter and milk.  Again, all things I had on hand.

Whisk & Flour Review - January 2017

The included ingredients made plenty of icing.  Enough for all eight cupcakes and a little left over for my kids to try.

Whisk & Flour Review - January 2017

I cut my pastry bag on a slant which made my icing a little uneven.  Still I think they turned out great!

Whisk & Flour Review - January 2017

The cupcakes were delicious!  We all loved them (my boys had them without the almonds)!  Way better than the cupcakes I typically make from the box ;).  At $28/box, it works out to $3.50 per cupcake which isn’t all that outrageous.  Plus I had a great time making them and will be using that cupcake corer every time I make cupcakes from now on!

What do you think of Whisk & Flour?  If you are interested in ordering you can find out more here.


About Jennifer

Jennifer is the author and founder of Subscription Box Ramblings. She first discovered subscription boxes in 2012 and has been addicted since. Current favorites include Popsugar Must Have Box, Boxycharm, Mommy Mailbox and Rachel Zoe Box of Style.

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