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By Alison Chew
Reviewed by Rebecca Housh, MS, RDN
Bakerly brings authentic French baked goods like delicious crepes to households across America through the combination of simple quality ingredients, time-tested French recipes, good people, and lots of love. They specialize in creating the most mouth-watering French crepes, brioche, and pancakes without the use of preservatives, artificial flavors or colors, or high-fructose corn syrup (or 140 other ingredients on their “no-no” list). Best of all, they make all of their products here in the USA and ship directly to your door. Save 15% with code MEALFINDS >>
Bakerly’s mission is simple:
“Bring our true love of crepes, French brioche, and traditional French pastries into households across America!”
What We Like
Tasty French baked-goods
Individually-wrapped and easy to take on the go or to school
Free from preservatives, artificial flavors or colors, or high-fructose corn syrup (or 140 other ingredients on their “no-no” list)
What We Don’t Like
A limited number of products offered
Bakerly Review: Crepes
Crepes are Bakerly’s best-selling item and we can taste why! The crepes come in 4 flavors, strawberry, chocolate hazelnut, crunchy chocolate hazelnut, and crunchy caramel. They even have a variety pack if you can’t possibly choose just one. Save 15% with code MEALFINDS >>
Their number one flavor, and the one that we loved, is the chocolate hazelnut. It wasn’t too sweet and both the chocolate and the hazelnut flavors came through. A close 2nd was the crunchy caramel, filled with caramel filling and crunchy cereal balls. We really enjoyed the added texture that the cereal balls brought to the crepes and thought it was a fun and unexpected surprise.
Crepes come in single packs of 6 individually wrapped crepes or 9 packs of 6 (54 crepes total). You can buy a single flavor or a variety pack with all 4 flavors. Free shipping on orders $30+. Save 15% with code MEALFINDS >>
One Time Single Pack: $3.99
Subscribe & Save Single Pack: $3.79
One Time 9 Pack: $32.31
Subscribe & Save 9 Pack: $30.69
One Time Variety 4 Pack: $15.16 (4 packs of 6)
Subscribe & Save Variety 4 Pack: $14.40
One Time Variety 9 Pack: $32.31 (9 packs of 6)
Subscribe & Save Variety 9 Pack: $30.69
Bakerly crepes to-go are great for an easy snack to take to school (the strawberry and caramel are nut-free!), as an afternoon snack or for a yummy dessert. If you are looking for an extra special treat to add to your Easter baskets or Christmas Stockings this year, Bakerly crepes would make a wonderful addition. (Please tell the Easter Bunny and Santa!) Save 15% with code MEALFINDS >>
Bakerly Review: French Pancakes
The Bakerly pancakes to-go are their 2nd best-selling product and my son’s ABSOLUTE FAVORITE item in our box. They are light and fluffy with a hint of sweetness. We ate them right out of the package with no butter or syrup, but you can try heating them up or topping them with your favorite ice cream. Yum! Save 15% with code MEALFINDS >>
The Bakerly French pancakes-to-go make a great snack with afternoon tea or a quick breakfast on the way to school or work. They are also nut-free and can be taken to school for snack or lunch. My son could eat these all day, every day!
The pancakes come in packs of 6, individually wrapped, or in a box of 8 packs of 6 (48 individually wrapped pancakes). Free shipping on orders $30+. Save 15% with code MEALFINDS >>
Bakerly has several types of French brioche, including dinner rolls, plain and chocolate brioche rolls, chocolate croissants, sliced and braided brioche bread, and burger and hot dog buns. Prices vary from $4.99 to $5.49 per pack or loaf. We enjoyed the Bakerly soft brioche baguette with a bowl of homemade chili. The flavor was rich, soft, and buttery; no need to add butter as they were delicious plain. We look forward to making french toast with the braided brioche bread for Sunday brunch. Save 15% with code MEALFINDS >>
Bakerly Review: Choclate Croissants and Brioche Bread
In addition to the crepes, pancakes, and brioche bread that we tried, Bakerly also has chocolate croissants, hot dog and burger buns, rolls, and sliced bread. More about these below.
These French chocolate croissants are a brioche-style puff pastry made with eggs, butter, and real chocolate. These little bundles of chocolate will get you out of bed in the morning with their rich chocolate taste. Heat them up in the microwave for 10-15 seconds for a gooey chocolate snack.
Can’t decide? Bakerly has Variety Packs so that you don’t have to. Each variety pack includes a different assortment of Bakerly’s French baked goods and brioche.
We love this Traveler’s Variety Pack which includes 1 6-pack of chocolate croissants, 1 6-pack of pancakes-to-go, 1 6-pack of each crepe flavor for a total of 6 packs of sweet baked good for just $24.94. Save 15% with code MEALFINDS >>
Bakerly Review: Bottom Line
Bakerly crepes, pancakes, and brioche are our new favorite snack. And with no artificial ingredients, preservatives, or high fructose corn syrup they are a delicious snack filled with quality ingredients we can trust.
We loved the pancakes to-go – they are a perfect afternoon snack and can easily go into a lunchbox or bag to eat when you need a little something sweet. My son even asked for them for Christmas. The crepes were a huge hit as well!
If you are looking for something a little different to snack on, these are a perfect sweet treat without any of the bad ingredients in most grocery store baked goods today. And finally, the melt-in-your-mouth buttery brioche is a delicious addition to any dinner. We highly recommend giving them a try so that you can taste them for yourself!
This post has been reviewed and approved by our dietitian Rebecca Housh, MS, RDN, LDN for nutritional accuracy.
Rebecca Housh is a registered dietitian based in Chicago, IL. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Human Physiology from Boston University and a Master of Science in Human Nutrition from the University of Illinois in Chicago. Rebecca is passionate about the idea of food as medicine in both preventative and therapeutic care. Her current professional interests lie in food security, food access, and nutrition for chronic disease.
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