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How Wildgrain Is Helping Me For The Holidays (and FREE Croissants!)

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I’ve shared about Wildgrain in the past (check out my full Wildgrain review here!). My family loves their bake-from-frozen sourdough breads, pastries, and pastas. After my initial review, my family continued to subscribe and we love getting our box every month!

Wildgrain is an innovative company bringing these minimal ingredients pastas, pastries, and breads right to your door. Sourdough has so many health benefits and Wildgrain makes it so accessible.

The wild fermented yeast in sourdough contains prebiotics that aid in improved digestion and absorption of nutrients. It’s also lower in gluten and helps keep your blood sugar level stable.

They prioritize clean ingredients in all of their offerings. The deliveries are made on dry ice and shipped right to your door. The breads take about 40 minutes from freezer to plate, the pastas generally less than 10, and most pastries around 15-20 minutes! We truly love them.

Try it yourself with $10 off using code GENTWENTY10 plus free shipping + free croissants for the life of your membership!

The use of clean and minimal ingredients is really important to me. I love that Wildgrain prioritizes that as well as donating 6 meals to those in need for every membership purchased.

Wildgrain partners with small-batch bakers from all across the country to create their monthly boxes. I really love the Wildgrain prioritizes simple ingredients and do not used bleached-flour. Unless I make it myself, it’s really hard for me to find this quality of breads nearby.

They offer two box types: the Mixed Box and the Bakery Box.

Their boxes are what you’d expect by the names! The mixed box includes bread, pasta, and pastries whereas in the bakery box you’ll find just bread and pastries. I don’t think you can go wrong with either box but we usually get the mixed box!

I didn’t expect to love the pastas as much as I did but there’s something about fresh pasta that’s just WAY BETTER than boxed pasta. I’d definitely recommend adding them to your box!

I recently used my fresh fettuccine to make a pumpkin sage Alfredo and it was amazing! It tasted like restaurant quality at home and I 100% attribute it to the fresh pasta.

Check out what’s coming in the holiday boxes:

Here you can get a feel for what is coming in the October, November, and December boxes.

October Mixed Box: 

  • Plain Sourdough Loaf 
  • Cranberry-Pecan Sourdough Loaf 
  • Rosemary Garlic Sourdough Loaf 
  • Fettuccine Pasta 
  • Tonnarelli Pasta 
  • Pumpkin Cinnamon Rolls 
  • + free Croissants

October Bakery Box:

  • Plain Sourdough Loaf 
  • Cranberry-Pecan Sourdough Loaf 
  • Rosemary Garlic Sourdough Loaf 
  • English Muffins 
  • Pumpkin Cinnamon Rolls 
  • TBD biscuit/roll
  • + free Croissants 

November Mixed Box: 

  • Plain Sourdough Loaf 
  • Harvest Sourdough Loaf 
  • Three Seed Slow-Fermented Loaf 
  • Fettuccine Pasta 
  • Tonnarelli Pasta 
  • Orange-Cranberry Biscuits 
  • + free Croissants 
     

November Bakery Box:  

  • Plain Sourdough Loaf 
  • Harvest Sourdough Loaf 
  • Three Seed Slow-Fermented Loaf 
  • English Muffins  
  • Orange-Cranberry Biscuits 
  • TBD biscuit/roll
  • + free Croissants 

December Mixed Box: 

  • Plain Sourdough Loaf 
  • Walnut Sourdough Loaf 
  • Olive Oil Slow-Fermented Ciabatta 
  • Fettuccine Pasta 
  • Tonnarelli Pasta 
  • Chocolate Avalanche Croissants 
  • + free Croissants 
     

December Bakery Box:

  • Plain Sourdough Loaf 
  • Walnut Sourdough Loaf 
  • Olive Oil Slow-Fermented Ciabatta 
  • English Muffins 
  • Chocolate Avalanche Croissants 
  • TBD biscuit/roll
  • + free Croissants 
Cranberry Pecan bread that will be perfect for Thanksgiving!
Free Croissants For Life!

How We Use Wildgrain

We served the pumpkin cinnamon rolls for breakfast over the weekend and they were a huge hit. I also used the Tonnarelli pasta to make a simple garlic chicken sausage with red sauce dish and it was divine!

I’ve been subscribed to Wildgrain for several months now and absolutely love getting our monthly deliveries. We loved the sourdough rolls in the summer on the side of steak and salad.

We frequently have the english muffins and croissants for breakfast with a side of bacon, sausage, and fruit. They offer my family high quality options that I feel good about serving.

Sourdough bread is a huge hit in our house. We use it for everything from sandwiches to avocado pasta and for french toast. My kids love it and I love that it is better for them than processed breads from the grocery store.

Last month I added on the parmesan herb biscuits to save for Thanksgiving! This will make serving Thanksgiving dinner so much easier.

If you’re a single or double household, I think you’ll love Wildgrain because of the high quality ingredients but also because you’ll really be able to stretch the breads, pastas, and pastries across many meals.

Our Favorite Add-Ons

My family goes crazy for the chocolate croissants. We always add them on! I also love swapping out and breads I don’t think they’ll love for ones that they will. It’s also nice to try new flavors like cranberry and pecan!

They also donate six meals to those in need for every membership purchased.

Try Wildgrain here: $10 off your first box with code GENTWENTY10

Overall, I love Wildgrain! Even though they are sponsoring this post, I will continue to subscribe myself and look forward to their delivereies every month!

For a discount on your first box, use this link and code GENTWENTY10 to save $10, get free shipping, and free croissaints for the life of your membership!

About the Author

Nicole Booz

Nicole Booz is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of GenTwenty, GenThirty, and The Capsule Collab. She has a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and is the author of The Kidult Handbook (Simon & Schuster May 2018). She currently lives in Pennsylvania with her husband and two sons. When she’s not reading or writing, she’s probably hiking, eating brunch, or planning her next great adventure.

Website: genthirty.com


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