The Baking Box with an Accent
Bake British desserts at home using our
pre-measured ingredients and step by step recipe cards. Delivered direct to your door for FREE!
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Featured Baking kits
Available now without subscription
British Baking Kit Subscriptions
$27.50Per kit per month
Pay $27.50 every month
3 Month Plan
$26.67Per kit per month
Pay $80 every 3 months
6 Month Plan
$25.83Per kit per month
Pay $155 every 6 months
12 Month Plan
$25.00Per kit per month
Pay $300 annually
How it works
Each month take advantage of our specially created recipes and embrace your inner Brit!
You choose a subscription plan
Choose a plan that works for you. You can pay monthly, every 3 months, every 6 months or annually. All plans are auto renew but you can cancel at any time. Subscribe by the 12th of the month to receive that month's box. Orders placed after the 12th will receive the following month's box.
We mail you a kit each month
On the 15th of each month (unless it's a weekend!) we will ship a box with this month's delicious dessert directly to your door. Our boxes contain all the non perishable items required, measured to the exact amount and any required baking pan or parchment.
You bake and enjoy
You will receive your box a few days after the 15th. Read through the recipe card, check out King Henry's Helpful Hints, gather the few perishable ingredients you need and then Ready Steady Bake! Wow your friends and family with a fabulous dessert.
What to Expect in your Baking Kit?
Each month you will get a box filled with non perishable ingredients required to make your delicious dessert. There will be a step by step recipe card complete with the history of the dessert, some fascinating facts from Queen Anne and helpful hints from King Henry. You'll also receive any baking pans and parchment paper needed.
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October Box Reveal
Fat rascals are a cross between a scone and a rock cake. Lightly spiced with citrus zest, nutmeg and cinnamon, these cheekily faced buns are best enjoyed warm, smothered in butter and served with a hot cup of Yorkshire tea.