So, I don't do this often, but occasionally I find cause to do a sponsored post. I promise, I only pick companies I really like, and only share products I actually enjoy. I was provided with the yummy foods in this post free of charge, in exchange for my honest opinions.
I was approached a few weeks ago with an offer from a new to me company called Bakerly. Their email caught my eye initially because of the connection to France, you know I have a soft spot in my heart for France! But I actually said "Yes" because they offer all-natural, non-GMO goodies, made with no artificial flavoring, no artificial coloring and no preservatives. How can I not adore their philosophy of "simply ingredients, honest origins."? That, right there, is what I'm all about!
|Box full of happiness!|
They are ready to bring their delicious French desserts to the USA (and have a handy "Find Us" page on their site)! Specifically, they are celebrating their arrival in the U.S., by becoming the main sponsor of The Transat bakerly race, the world’s oldest solo transatlantic sailing race held every four years from Plymouth, England to New York City, which began on May 2. [Check it out, you can track the participants in real time. Very cool.]
This was a company that definitely grabbed my attention!
I was so excited when my box of goodies arrived. I went for the Apricot filled petit cake first, and it was gooood. Sweet, but not too sweet, flavorful, and moist. It was hard not to go straight back for more!
When I did go back, there was no disappointment! Everything I've tried has been wonderful. Let me tell you, the French, they know pastries!
|Oh, how did that crepe get open...|
And the best part is that these are snacks that I can feel good about. They are definitely treats, but look at this ingredient list! Its like something I would make at home!
These are really wonderful French delights that we'll be enjoying over the next few weeks. They are individually wrapped, so we can take our time to enjoy them (added bonus for both wallet and diet!).
Thank you so much Bakerly, and best of luck in the USA!