Disclosure: I would like to thank Dassant for providing the complimentary baking mixes for the purpose of this post. All opinions are that of my own.
Dassant has twelve different types of baking mixes; American Pie Applesauce Cake, Chocolate Chocolate Chip Cake, Cinnamon Chip Bread, Classic Beer Bread, Meyer Lemon Cake, Louisiana Banana Bread, Ginger Gingerbread Cake, Pumpkin Spice Bread, Truffle Brownie, Vanilla Bean Cake, Vanilla Pound Cake, and Vanilla Scone. Each baking mix comes with directions and a list of ingredients needed. You can order Dassant baking mixes online via Dassant Direct and Amazon.
We received four boxes of Dassant baking mixes to review and the first one we tried was the Pumpkin Bread and I’m sorry to say that I didn’t get a picture of it before it was devoured! I was going to take a picture as soon as I put the pumpkin glaze on it, but I decided to let it set for a while. Well, the moment I pulled it out of the fridge and sliced into it, the pieces were gone! I had about 2 pieces left and although that would show how tasty it was it wouldn’t look too good as a review picture.
Last night I made the Banana Bread and boy is it ever good. For the most part, it was really easy to make. The only hard part was mashing of the bananas, which unless they are super ripe, they don’t mash all that well. The rest was just mixing the ingredients and baking the bread. It took about an hour to bake and we let it cool for about 30 minutes and then we just had to test it out. The bread was still nice and warm and the butter just melted right on it.
We still have two more mixes to try out, the Chocolate Chocolate Chip Cake and the Meyer Lemon Cake. We were going to have the cake for Thanksgiving, but I ended up making some brownies instead.