Robin Hood to the Sweet Rescue

We all love homemade sweets and we always try to make cakes, bars and breads from scratch every chance we get. But sometimes there are just not enough hours in the day or we find out last minute that there is company on their way expecting coffee and cake as part of the entertainment.

I assure you, even food bloggers must sometimes resort to a quick mix. The trick is finding one that is good enough to pass on as your own, or at least a product that does not compromise on quality or homemade taste. Thankfully there is a hero in this story, Robin Hood Quick Bread Mixes!

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Have you tried Robin Hood Quick Bread Mixes? They check all the boxes:

  • you get homemade taste in a hurry
  • you can find these mixes easily available in store
  • they are quick to prepare and bake, this product is box to oven in 5 minutes
  • they make a great baking project with kids, giving them an opportunity to experiment and learn
  • they simplify baking for the kitchen challenged people
  • clean up is a breeze and you only need to add three ingredients (water, eggs, oil)
  • even professional chefs, such as Leslie Steh, bake with Robin Hood Quick Bread Mixes

These mixes are offered in 5 flavours: Banana Flavoured, Chocolate Chip, Lemon Poppy Seed Flavoured, Cinnamon Swirl, and even a Gluten Free Banana mix. And don’t be afraid to play with them and get creative! You can add nuts, chocolate, or fruit to the mixes. Of how about baking them into muffins, pancakes, and even biscottis? The options are only limited by your imagination.

Here is a great video to learn more about Robin Hood Quick Bread Mixes. Give one a try, save time in the kitchen and spend more quality time with your family and friends.

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