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When this month’s Orange Glad Box arrived, I noticed something different…much more wrapping. Inside the standard Orange Glad box was a bakers box. Inside that box, all the products were not only wrapped in their “company” packaging, but they were also placed in a clear baggie with a raffia tie. Not only did it seem like an excessive amount of extra packaging material, it took me longer to rip them open so I could test them out!
This month’s Orange Glad Sweet Box Included:
The Cravory Salted Caramel Cream Cookie. This house-made salted caramel combines vanilla, caramel and salt. The Cravory cookies are the ultimate cookie experience, with a soft cookie center and perfectly baked surface that provides both a gooey and crisp cookie eating venture. This one was my favorite for the month. I loved the combination of the caramel, vanilla and sea salt.
Rip van Wafels. While your coffee is cooling down you are supposed to place the wafel on top of the cup to heat up! Then sit back and enjoy. Rip van Wafels are available in caramel-filled or cocoa filled.
Fine Sconehenge Baking Co. Lemon Bar. This was my husband’s favorite, he said that that the lemon flavor mixed with the powdered sugar tasted divine.
Lily’s Bakery Shop (Hamantashen) Hamantashen, a triangular-shaped dessert cookie is especially eaten during the Jewish Holiday of Purim. This fruit-tart pastry has a filling that is placed in the center. Lilly’s Bakery Shop offers a variety of fillings including poppy seed (the most traditional), raspberry, and apricot (the most popular!).
Cheryl’s Buttercream Summer Cookie. I saved the best for last as Cheryl’s is located in my neck of the woods here in Ohio. Even though my cookie arrived broken, it tasted just as good!