Diary of a Fit mommy

I Tried Wildgrain for the First Time & Here’s What I Thought

Are you a carb lover? Me too! This is why I was so excited when I got asked to partner up with Wildgrain.

Wildgrain is a bread subscription box that is delivered right to your door each and every month and I am here to tell you why you are going to want to try it this spring!

What is it? Basically you receive a box full of frozen goodies: unbaked artisanal breads, fresh pasta, and even tasty pastries from small batch bakeries all around. So if you are into supporting a small business, this helps with that. Also, with every one membership, Wildgrain donates 6 meals.to The Greater Boston Food Bank. How sweet is that? My box arrived packed with dry ice to keep everything nice and frozen by the time it reached my front door. And the sweet part? Every item from the box bakes in 25 minutes or less-how’s that for a busy mom? Oh and no goodies have to be thawed in advance. *happy dance*

What was in the box? There are two Wildgrain box options (the price is the same and you can switch anytime). The Mixed Wildgrain Box includes a mix of sourdough bread, hand-cut pasta and artisanal pastries. The Wildgrain Bakery Box includes a mix of sourdough bread, breakfast baked goods and artisanal pastries. The box that I received was the Mixed Wildgrain Box and so I highly recommend that one!

The boxes change month to month, but this box contained the following items:

Here are all my lovely carb-filled goodies that came inside my box.

First up, the pastas! I was sent Fettuccine (my favorite!) and Tonnarelli.

Next up are the breads. OOOOOFFF. I was sent fresh Sourdough (my favorite), Slow Fermented 3-Seed Bread, and Sourdough Rolls.

Next up in my box were these cute Cherry Pie Bites. The kids loved these in particular and so did I! We actually packed them and brought them to the pool. Out of all goodies, these pie bites were my absolutely fave.

Lastly, in the box, there were crossaints. By the way, from now until March 31st, you can get FREE croissaints for LIFE. You are welcome.

How to get a box: Each box costs $89 and includes free shipping in the continental United States. To get started simply click here to sign up for your first box and to take advantage of the free croissaints for life deal before it ends. They typically ship every month, but you can choose to receive your box every two weeks or 6 weeks if you prefer, but no matter what, delivery is always FREE. Also, you may skip or delay a shipment and cancel anytime

My personal thoughts: I highly suggest a Wildgrain subscription bread box for any busy mom on the planet. They are perfect for making a quick dinner or packing a picnic at the park, or for a sunny beach or pool day. The boxes are costly, but honestly its about the same price if not more if you were to purchase these items from an artisian bakery in person.

What I liked most about the box is that each item tasted fresh-as if it were never frozen. I honestly also enjoyed how quickly it made dinner prep on busy school nights for my family. The pastas in particular tasted WAY better than the boxed noodles that are purchased from stores. Also the ingredients are fresh and high quality in every item.

If you’re looking to treat yourself or your family, or you’re wanting to find some new high-quality artisan breads and pastries, I think it’s worth it! I would definitely give Wildgrain another try and you should, too. Use code SIA10 for a discount on your first box.

Disclaimer: I was sent a Wildgrain box to try, at no cost. All opinions are my very own and I was compensated for my post.

Your trainer and friend,