With all of the ingredients ( minus 1 egg and some butter) layered up in beautifully packages jars, you have everything you need to make a quick batch of sweet treats. All of the the ingredients are high quality and, of course, are lovingly put together by an independent company, which is another great plus for me. I came across the jars at Big You, Little You, who are one of a growing number of stockists. With classic flavours such as chocolate brownies and apple strudel, there is bound to be a flavour that would suit the whole family. I plumped for buying the gluten free Eton Mess cookie mix, a good choice it turned out. My daughter and I had lots of fun making the cookies and I was glad to see that it did cut down on the amount of mess that can be made by a 2 year old and a bag of flour. Instructions were simple; beat one egg and add softened butter, combine then add contents of jar!
I do prefer to bake from scratch but these jars really are second best for those lazy days.The cookies really did taste good and I am looking forward to trying a few more, perhaps from the Christmas selection, which includes cute Christmas eve kits for little ( and big) ones.