Wildgrain is a bake-from-frozen subscription box featuring sourdough breads, artisanal pastries, and fresh pasta. Every item is made from clean ingredients and bakes in 25 minutes or less. No thawing necessary. Wildgrain sent me over a box for review. Everything was so delicious that I just had to share it with you guys. Before we get into the detailed review… I just want to let you guys know that you can get $30 off your 1st Box + FREE Croissants until 9/1. Just sign up at wildgrain.com and use my discount code GLAMMZMORE. After 9/1 you can still get $10 off the first box. Heads up, I will make a small commission when you use my code. Now let’s get into all this goodness…
My Wildgrain delivery arrived securely in eco-friendly packaging. Dry ice and ice packs were included to keep the items frozen. Everything arrived still frozen and in great shape. I received the following items- a Plain Sourdough Loaf, Slow Fermented 3-Seed Bread Loaf and Sourdough Harvest Loaf for the breads. Fresh Fettucine and Fresh Tonnarelli pastas. Along with a 4 Pack of Croissants and 6 Pack of Giant Chocolate Chip Cookies. I’ve been trying as many items as I can over the last two weeks in complete disregard to my waistline. But it’s been worth it. Everything is sooo good. Let’s start with the croissants. My favorite item in the Wildgrain Box…
The croissants were absolutely divine. I tried them fresh out of the oven with strawberry jam and couldn’t help but have another. The next day I used the leftover croissants to make breakfast sandwiches with Beyond Breakfast Sausage, eggs and cheddar. They were just as good as fresh after slightly toasting.
I decided to make a meal of the sourdough loaf and fresh fettucini. I made Shrimp & Spinach Fettucini Alfredo. Served with sliced sourdough and a olive oil/balsamic vinegar mix for dipping. You couldn’t tell me I wasn’t having a gourmet meal at a fancy restaurant. The fettucine cooked up perfectly al dente. It tasted so fresh like I just made it. Made me never want to eat boxed pasta again.
The sourdough loaf baked up crispy on the outside and so soft on the inside. It was like nothing you’d find in the grocery store. Chef’s kiss.
As for the tonnarelli, I paired it with a meat sauce made with Impossible Ground Plant Based Burger. This was my first time trying tonnarelli and it was reminiscent of spaghetti. Just thicker. It also cooked up perfectly al dente just like the fettucine. You could definitely taste the freshness. I truly enjoyed the tonnarelli and it paired perfectly with the hearty sauce.
Last but not least, I tried the giant chocolate chip cookie. Let me tell y’all- these tastes straight up homemade. I cooked mine a little longer than planned. Yet they were crisp on the outside, soft, chewy and ooey gooey in the middle. I only made one to keep myself from eating too many. I’m going to have to take my time finishing the pack to savor the flavor of each one.
I can not wait to try the other two breads that I received. But in the meantime I can say with certainty that the Wildgrain Box is worth it. You’re getting freshly baked products with clean ingredients on your table in mere minutes. Just the sourdough alone seals the deal for me. I don’t have the time to make it from scratch if I wanted to.
The Wildgrain Box is $89 a month. However, you can change your delivery frequency, skip or cancel at anytime. And don’t forget to use my discount code GLAMMZMORE for $10 off your first box. Sign up at wildgrain.com.