I have been compensated by Immaculate Baking for this post; however, I am sharing my own thoughts. All opinions are my own.
December is rapidly approaching. There’s nothing we can do to stop it. While there are so many great things to look forward to during the month of December, it’s also that month that most families are stretched thin. As moms, we feel the need to uphold traditions, volunteer at school holiday parties, buy the perfect gifts for everyone on our list, bake and decorate Christmas cookies, build gingerbread houses with our children….the list goes on and on.
Let’s face it moms, it’s time to draw the line so we can enjoy some of the holiday cheer too! It’s okay to cut back or say no to taking on a holiday obligation. Take shortcuts where you can! This year I’m skipping the holiday tradition of homemade cinnamon rolls on Christmas morning in favor of Immaculate Baking Organic Cinnamon Rolls with Icing and I don’t feel guilty at all! In fact, I feel pretty good about my choice, especially after the cashier at Whole Foods told me that Immaculate Baking Company cinnamon rolls are amazing and that she’d never go back to other refrigerated cinnamon rolls again. After trying them, I completely agree!
You can find Immaculatee Baking Company Cinnamon Rolls in the refrigerated dough section of your local Whole Foods store along with their Flaky Biscuits, Crescent Rolls and Pie Dough. I’m already thinking about all the shortcuts I can take with these products during the holidays! There’s even Immaculate Baking cookie dough!
I did a trial run of the cinnamon rolls today. I just wanted an excuse to try them — I knew they’d be delicious! My hubby came home and I said “Try one! They’re organic!” He thinks organic is code for gross for some reason but he tried one anyway and was completely shocked by how good they were. The only thing he was disappointed about was the fact that there are only 5 per package. Since we are a family of five though, I think it’s the perfect number.
The cinnamon rolls come with an icing packet which is found in one end of the dough can. It’s fairly generously sized so there was plenty of icing for all of the cinnamon rolls. The dough is made with unbleached flour and contains no artificial flavors, preservatives or hydrogenated oils. This product is certified USDA Organic. If you need another reason to eat these cinnamon rolls, you’ll be happy to know that Immaculate Baking Company has a passion for giving back to the arts. Over the years they’ve provided many artists with exposure by creating galleries on their product packaging. They’re always looking for ways to show their love to the folk art community and have since their start back in the founder’s garage in 1995. They connect baking and folk art, two creative passions, to bring people together. Pretty cool if you ask me!
I’m not sure I can wait until Christmas morning for another serving of Immaculate Baking Company Cinnamon Rolls. Luckily, when you spend $10 on Immaculate Baking products at Whole Foods this month you’ll save $3! I’ll be stocking up! You can find out more about Immaculate Baking products at www.immaculatebaking.
Happy Holidays and don’t forget to take a break, moms!