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Get Oatta Here: Grainstorm Wants to Reinvent How You Bake


Grainstorm

What It Is: A collection of heritage baking mixes from Canadian brand Grainstorm, which prides itself on using only organic heritage grains and minimal processing in the form of being stone ground. Not too sweet, free from questionable preservatives and chemicals, these all-natural baking mixes will soon become a staple on your shelves for a handy breakfast or bread shortcut.

Who It’s For: The hostess with the mostest, for her next brunch fete. Your grandkids, who love to bake. Your ingredient-conscious friend, for a healthier way to enjoy quickbreads.

What It Costs: Each bag costs $7.50, plus $4 shipping for your entire order. If you mix and match any 12 products, you’ll score 20% off!

Where It’s At: You can order online with ease or just dip your toe in the water by picking up a bag at one of their stockists.

Nab an extra Drake General Store entry – just tell me in the comments below, which baking mix would you be most keen to try?

 

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31 Responses to “Get Oatta Here: Grainstorm Wants to Reinvent How You Bake”
  1. Susan says:

    Hard to decide but I will go with the pancake mix. Looks delicious,!!

  2. Elizabeth Vlug says:

    Thanks for showcasing this brand. They look delicious. I would most like to try the Rustic Cookie Mix.

  3. Heather Swanson says:

    Rustic cookie mix

  4. Sherry Kinnear says:

    I’d try the Rustic Cookie Mix, good to add a few special ingredients to.

  5. katydidit21 says:

    I would most like to try the Old Scottish Oat Scone mix.

  6. Julie P says:

    I like the oatmeal cookie mix and the muffin mix.

  7. Lindsey says:

    I’d like to try the ancient grain muffins.

  8. Judy says:

    I love scones, so the Oat scone mix is my choice.

  9. Stephanie LaPlante says:

    I would love to try the RUSTIC COOKIE MIX

  10. Angela Beer says:

    Good morning. I haven’t baked bread in years. I buy it at Farm Boy now. I’m spending the day with Kimberly. We are going to the mall soon. Have a good day!

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  11. Joan G. says:

    I’d be interested in trying the Ancient Grain Pancake Mix.

  12. intensev5 says:

    The pancake mix!

  13. Mary Danieli says:

    The ancient grain pancake mix sounds yummy and healthy – for pancakes that is.

  14. mcmc says:

    the Ancient Grain Pancake Mix.

  15. Anne Derkat says:

    I’d like to try the Ancient Grains Muffin Mix.

  16. Lauren says:

    I would try the pancake mix! I’d add some blueberries.

  17. Chanel says:

    I’ve been trying to incorporate more ancient grains into my food so the muffin mix appeals to me!

  18. Susan says:

    I would like to try the Rustic Cookie Mix.

  19. Filipa says:

    I would like to try the OATMEAL COOKIE MIX

  20. Kayla says:

    The pancake mix sounds delicious!

  21. Kim K says:

    Oat Scone Mix sounds good to me!

  22. baylou says:

    I’d like to try them all, maybe start with the cookie mix.

  23. Alison K says:

    Bonus Drake General Store Entry : I would be most keen to try their Rustic Cookie Mix. Thanks 🙂

  24. AliKira says:

    The Old Scottish Oat Scone Mix sounds great!

  25. bkick1 says:

    I would like to try the Rustic Cookie Mix. Sounds sooo good.

  26. Denae Boucher says:

    I’d love to try the pancake mix!

  27. Victoria Ess says:

    Ooo I’d love to try the Ancient Grain Muffin Mix!

  28. CL Chin says:

    i would try the ancient grain pancake mix!

  29. Wanda B says:

    For an extra entry … I would be most keen to try the Old Scottish Oat Scone Mix.

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