Disclosure: I received product from Orange Glad for a review. I only review and endorse products that I enjoy and believe that my readers will, too. All opinions and goofy comments are my own.
Again, Orange Glad surprised me with a better box that last month’s. Not only were the desserts unique and tasty, but the packaging was by far the cutest than any other box I’ve received from them so far. I mean, just look:
How can you resist polka-dots and baker’s twine? (Answer: you can’t.)
Once I got done ooh-ing and ahh-ing over the packaging and presentation, I got down to trying all of these bad boys.
Gianna’s Homemade Baked Goods Freedom Star Sugar Cookies were delicious! I’m a big soft sugar cookie fan, but this one took me by surprise! It was a hard cookie, but so flavorful that it didn’t matter. (And it looked gorgeous!)
Next up was Orange Glad’s Ice-Dream Sandwich. While it hit the spot for a sugary treat, I actually didn’t like it as much as I thought I was going to. Maybe the name set me up– I was expecting something a little more different than icing (albeit very good icing) between two sugar cookies.
Chocolate Maven Hazelnut Cheesecake Brownie was mediocre warm… but absolutely delicious when I popped it in the fridge for a few minutes. I’d suggest doing the same!
I passed Seattle’s Favorite Gourmet Cookies and Dessert Co.’s Cranberry Muffin Top to John. I’m not a huge cranberry fan, especially in the summer, but John verified that it was delicious. And yes, it’s only the muffin top (which is the best part of any muffin anyway)!
Finally, Lily’s Bakery Shop’s Chocolate Babka. Despite being a little squooshed, it was hands-down the best item in the box. John and I split it for dessert one night and were absolutely, 100% happy with it. Chocolatey, rich, and moist, it was all around wonderful!
Interested in Orange Glad? Check out their selection– they even sell the treats from past boxes, so if you don’t want to go whole-hog and order a box, you can still get the treats that caught your eye!