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Cookies By Number: Scratch & Grain Baking Co. Cookie Kits

We have just one question for you today …

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‘Cause we’ve got a tag-team review of Scratch & Grain Baking Co. Cookie Kits (some gluten-free, some not) that are pretty darn cool — kind of like painting by number but with baking! Karen tried the oatmeal and chocolate chip cookies, while Jenn whipped up the gluten-free snickerdoodles, peanut butter, and chocolate truffle cookies. So what did we both think of the product, the process and, most importantly, the taste?
Well, check it direct it, let’s begin!

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  1. barb says:

    The brownies were very expensive 6x that of pillsbury, but like a fool I bought them anyway. I open the box and the chocolate chips were all melted together and white. I know bad chocolate when I see it so I threw the whole thing away, not taking a chance on the other ingredients.