Bake It Free From Review + Giveaway.

Bake It Free From Review + Giveaway.

If you are a long-term follower you will know that I used to be The Adventures Of An Allergy Mummy. Theo has followed a free from diet for most of his young life, although thankfully he has outgrown a lot of his allergies now. Catering for allergies can seem mind-boggling, but it needn’t be. Just because you follow a free from diet doesn’t mean you need to be free from taste. There are some fantastic free from treats available, including delectable baked goods and cake kits from Bake It Free From.

Recently the lovely Maggie from Bake It Free From kindly sent us a little package full of deliciousness. Citrus drizzle deliciousness to be precise. I must admit, I was never a huge fan of Theo’s free from treats, but these little cakes looked amazing.

Free from all European union listed food allergens and vegan, these baked mini drizzle loaf cakes are suitable pretty much everyone. Whether you are following a free from diet or not, you are sure to love them. They are moist but fluffy and seriously moreish.

As you can see from the photo below, Mia is a huge fan!

Do you know someone following a free from diet? Why not treat them to the gift of cake. Bake It Free From can send a box of deliciousness first class to anyone in the UK Mainland complete with a handwritten gift card for just £17.

The mini loaf cakes featured in this post are still in production and not yet available for purchase. If you can’t wait for them to go on sale why not check out the chocolate cupcakes?

Or you could WIN the treats featured above to send to a friend or nibble on yourself by entering my giveaway below. Giveaway ends 19/7/2018 at midday. The winner will be contacted within 24 hours. Anyone found to be entering under multiple personas will be disqualified. Winners details will be sent to Bake It Free From for delivery to be arranged.

Good luck and enjoy.

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165 Comments

  1. Angela Treadway
    06/20/2018 / 12:42

    £15 x

  2. john prendergast
    06/20/2018 / 13:16

    great as a different kind of gift i would pay the 17

  3. Kim Styles
    06/20/2018 / 13:31

    I think it is worth it at £17 – its also about presentation

  4. amanda w
    06/20/2018 / 13:39

    £15 would be a good retail price for me!

  5. Annabel Greaves
    06/20/2018 / 14:23

    £10 xx

  6. Maria blythin
    06/20/2018 / 14:41

    around £15 x

  7. Margaret Clarkson
    06/20/2018 / 14:56

    £12

  8. Tracy Nixon
    06/20/2018 / 15:23

    I would pay £10 x

  9. felicity
    06/20/2018 / 16:02

    £10 sounds fair

  10. Alica
    06/20/2018 / 17:16

    £17 seems a little expensive to me but I am very frugal! £10 seems more appropriate, it would make a lovely gift!

  11. Tiffeny Brown
    06/20/2018 / 17:23

    I would be willing to pay the £17 🙂 x

  12. Kim Neville
    06/20/2018 / 17:41

    I think £15 is good with delivery

  13. Laura Bryant
    06/20/2018 / 18:38

    Around £10-£15

  14. Wise Ways
    06/20/2018 / 18:42

    £8.99

  15. kev banham
    06/20/2018 / 18:50

    £15

  16. Claire Woods
    06/20/2018 / 19:08

    £10

  17. Margaret Gallagher
    06/20/2018 / 20:05

    £10

  18. Ritchie Dee
    06/20/2018 / 21:34

    I would pay £15.

  19. Solange
    06/20/2018 / 23:05

    £10

  20. Michelle Smith
    06/20/2018 / 23:11

    £10

  21. A S,Edinburgh
    06/20/2018 / 23:43

    I think £17, given the convenience for a gift.

  22. Tracy Nixon
    06/21/2018 / 04:28

    £10

  23. Alice Gilkes
    06/21/2018 / 04:38

    Probably around £10.

  24. Kim Styles
    06/21/2018 / 08:29

    I would pay the price of £17

  25. Carole Nott
    06/21/2018 / 09:59

    Not sure – probably around £10 or slightly less

  26. nicola rupawala
    06/21/2018 / 10:17

    £10

  27. charlotte
    06/21/2018 / 10:50

    £10 i think

  28. Karen Barrett
    06/21/2018 / 13:59

    Around £12

  29. Nadia Josephine
    06/21/2018 / 15:57

    I think it is well worth the money to get a good product and a good end result so probably £15

  30. Sarah Roberts
    06/21/2018 / 22:58

    l think around £13.00 especially being free from is a very good value price for the kit.

  31. Tracy Nixon
    06/22/2018 / 05:41

    £10.00

  32. Simone Griffin
    06/22/2018 / 05:52

    £12.99

  33. Ruth Harwood
    06/22/2018 / 06:57

    Probably somewhere between £10 and £15 x

  34. laura stewart
    06/22/2018 / 12:17

    i think £10 x

  35. Kim Styles
    06/22/2018 / 15:20

    I think it deserves the full £17

  36. Tracy B
    06/22/2018 / 17:16

    I think around the £15 mark sounds right to me!

  37. Susan B
    06/22/2018 / 17:21

    I would pay about £10.00. Thank you for the lovely giveaway.

  38. Rebecca Sutton
    06/22/2018 / 22:03

    I wouldn’t pay more than £10

  39. Tracy Nixon
    06/23/2018 / 05:59

    10 xx

  40. Simone Griffin
    06/23/2018 / 06:43

    £14.50

  41. Abigail Cullen
    06/23/2018 / 12:19

    I would be willing to pay £15.

  42. Jennifer Toal
    06/23/2018 / 21:43

    £10

  43. Jules Eley
    06/23/2018 / 21:59

    £9.99

  44. Kim Styles
    06/24/2018 / 10:25

    I would pay the full price of £17 – its worth it

  45. Sarah-Jane Carter
    06/24/2018 / 13:57

    I would pay £10 x

  46. Pam Francis Gregory
    06/24/2018 / 20:04

    Around a tenner

  47. judy kennedy
    06/25/2018 / 14:09

    £16.00

  48. Tracy B
    06/25/2018 / 19:17

    I would pay £15 including delivery. They do look good!

  49. Laura Banks
    06/25/2018 / 19:50

    about £15

  50. Abigail Cullen
    06/25/2018 / 19:52

    I would pay £15.

  51. Kim Styles
    06/25/2018 / 20:08

    £17 is fine to pay

  52. Abigail Cullen
    06/26/2018 / 16:54

    £15

  53. clair downham
    06/26/2018 / 17:57

    about£15.00

  54. Adrienne McGroder
    06/26/2018 / 18:49

    £10 I think

  55. Kim Styles
    06/26/2018 / 19:33

    its a good price at £17

  56. Alison Johnson
    06/26/2018 / 23:30

    £10 would be the price I would consider

  57. Abigail Cullen
    06/27/2018 / 16:26

    £15, I would be willing to pay.

  58. Kim Styles
    06/27/2018 / 19:35

    I am more than happy with £17

  59. Amanda tanner
    06/27/2018 / 23:13

    £12.99

  60. Abigail Cullen
    06/28/2018 / 17:35

    Willing to pay £15.

  61. Kim Styles
    06/28/2018 / 20:09

    its a great product -so yes the full £17 is acceptable

  62. pete c
    06/29/2018 / 21:13

    £8 would please me

  63. Abigail Cullen
    06/29/2018 / 22:44

    £15 I would pay.

  64. Robert Price
    06/30/2018 / 13:10

    £9.99 for me

  65. Kim Styles
    06/30/2018 / 13:39

    its a great gift at £17

  66. Katie
    06/30/2018 / 19:22

    £10

  67. Sarah Austin
    06/30/2018 / 22:00

    I’d say £10

  68. claire griffiths
    07/01/2018 / 09:47

    £15

  69. katherine s
    07/01/2018 / 10:18

    I would be willing to pay around £15.

  70. Abigail Cullen
    07/01/2018 / 12:27

    £15, I would be willing.

  71. Kim Styles
    07/01/2018 / 13:37

    theres a lot of presentation as well as the lovely cakes – £17 is a god price

  72. Nikki Hayes
    07/01/2018 / 22:42

    £10 at most – I love cake but not prepared to overspend on it :o)

  73. paula cheadle
    07/02/2018 / 00:48

    about £10 maybe £15 if I really wanted it

  74. A.E. ADKINS
    07/02/2018 / 21:51

    £12-15 but I would only buy it for anyone who has specific dietary requirements

  75. cheryl hadfield
    07/02/2018 / 22:24

    I would say £10

  76. ADEINNE TONNER
    07/02/2018 / 22:38

    I would say maybe around thirteen pound to fifteen pound

  77. ADEINNE TONNER
    07/02/2018 / 22:38

    I would say maybe around thirteen pound to fifteen pound

  78. paula cheadle
    07/03/2018 / 01:00

    £10.00

  79. Abigail Cullen
    07/03/2018 / 15:38

    £15, seems about right.

  80. Kim Styles
    07/03/2018 / 20:12

    £17 is a good price to pay . it is a great gift

  81. Tracy Newton
    07/03/2018 / 21:12

    I am Coeliac and follow an extremely strict gluten free diet. Specialist gluten free food is much more expensive, but I would only be willing to pay £10 for this kit.

  82. jo liddement
    07/04/2018 / 08:37

    I would pay £10 as money is tight and this would be a special treat.

  83. Robert Price
    07/04/2018 / 08:50

    £10.00

  84. Abigail Cullen
    07/05/2018 / 13:49

    £15, is about right.

  85. Abigail Cullen
    07/06/2018 / 14:22

    I’d pay £15.

  86. Kim Styles
    07/06/2018 / 18:43

    I would be happy to pay the whole £17

  87. Abigail Cullen
    07/07/2018 / 12:04

    £15, is a great price to pay.

  88. Kim Styles
    07/07/2018 / 14:23

    worth £17 all the way!

  89. Natalie Crossan
    07/07/2018 / 20:10

    £10

  90. Natalie Crossan
    07/08/2018 / 01:28

    Definitely at least £10

  91. Amy Moore
    07/08/2018 / 09:47

    I think £15 is a good price

  92. Kim Styles
    07/08/2018 / 10:49

    I think £17 is fair to pay . they are a great gift idea and beautifully presented

  93. paula cheadle
    07/08/2018 / 11:03

    between £5 – £10

  94. amanda walsh
    07/08/2018 / 13:30

    I think I would like to pay around £14.99 for this cake kit

  95. Laura Jeffs
    07/08/2018 / 16:37

    Around £8 or £9 max

  96. Abigail Cullen
    07/08/2018 / 17:57

    £15 would be about right.

  97. JULIE WARD
    07/08/2018 / 22:07

    At the most about £8, there would be delivery extra

  98. Sylvia Paul
    07/09/2018 / 08:10

    £10

  99. Victoria Prince
    07/09/2018 / 10:33

    About £10 I think, maybe up to £12

  100. Abigail Cullen
    07/09/2018 / 11:05

    I would not exceed £15.

  101. Kim Styles
    07/09/2018 / 17:55

    I would pay the full £17

  102. Abigail Cullen
    07/10/2018 / 09:50

    I would not pay any higher than £15.

  103. Pam Smith
    07/10/2018 / 11:34

    £12

  104. hayley stuart
    07/10/2018 / 14:38

    I’d pay £15. Such a great competition 🙂 <3

  105. charlotte
    07/10/2018 / 17:41

    id say £15 as it sounds about right

  106. Kim Styles
    07/10/2018 / 19:47

    the price of £17 is a fair price to pay

  107. Alison Johnson
    07/10/2018 / 23:17

    £10

  108. Abigail Cullen
    07/11/2018 / 08:51

    £15, is my limit.

  109. Kim Styles
    07/11/2018 / 18:37

    £17 is the right price to pay

  110. Abigail Cullen
    07/12/2018 / 06:22

    £15, for me.

  111. Carole Nott
    07/12/2018 / 09:42

    Around £10 for the kit

  112. Emma Howard
    07/12/2018 / 20:39

    I’d pay about £15

  113. Abigail Cullen
    07/13/2018 / 08:01

    £15, would be a nice treat to treat someone.

  114. Kim Styles
    07/13/2018 / 18:48

    its a great product and worth £17

  115. Rachel Frances
    07/14/2018 / 04:14

    This is lovely

  116. Abigail Cullen
    07/14/2018 / 10:30

    £15, would be the most I’d pay, but very much worth that.

  117. Kim Styles
    07/14/2018 / 15:05

    its fully worth the £17 charge

  118. Christine Caple
    07/14/2018 / 22:33

    I would say around £10

  119. Claire Croft
    07/15/2018 / 08:00

    10 pound 🙂

  120. Kim Styles
    07/15/2018 / 10:00

    the cost of £17 is right for the product

  121. Pam Francis Gregory
    07/15/2018 / 15:12

    £9.99

  122. Abigail Cullen
    07/15/2018 / 19:03

    Would make a great gift for £15.

  123. Alison Johnson
    07/15/2018 / 22:40

    £10 would be the price

  124. Kim Styles
    07/16/2018 / 17:02

    the full £17 is fine to pay

  125. Alison Johnson
    07/16/2018 / 22:37

    I reckon £10

  126. KARL BOROWY
    07/17/2018 / 00:04

    9.95 including postage and packing

  127. natalie crossan
    07/17/2018 / 10:59

    £10 i think

  128. Karen B
    07/17/2018 / 13:08

    £10 – £!5 if it includes delivery and gift wrapping

  129. Abigail Cullen
    07/17/2018 / 15:00

    I would pay the maximum of £15.

  130. sheri Darby
    07/17/2018 / 16:40

    Probably £10

  131. Allan Fullarton
    07/17/2018 / 17:17

    I would pay £12.

  132. Jessica Barber
    07/17/2018 / 18:06

    I’d say £10-15 would be reasonable!

  133. Kim Styles
    07/17/2018 / 18:38

    £17 is a reasonable price to pay

  134. James Travis
    07/17/2018 / 19:30

    £10

  135. Anthea Holloway
    07/17/2018 / 19:58

    £15-£17 would seem to be a fair price for this delicious kit

  136. Rebecca Whatmore (@0zzyhog)
    07/17/2018 / 21:06

    £15 – £20 is good

  137. MANDY DOHERTY
    07/17/2018 / 22:00

    £10-£12

  138. Abigail Cullen
    07/18/2018 / 04:58

    I would be willing to pay the maximum of £15.

  139. Kara
    07/18/2018 / 07:09

    As a vegan with a nut allergy, this sounds ideal!

  140. Kara
    07/18/2018 / 07:11

    And I would look to pay a maximum of £12

  141. Stevie
    07/18/2018 / 07:37

    £10

  142. Ursula Hunt
    07/18/2018 / 10:44

    I would pay around £10

  143. ruth lee
    07/18/2018 / 11:08

    £8.99

  144. natalie crossan
    07/18/2018 / 12:50

    I would be willing to pay £10 x

  145. Rebecca Powell
    07/18/2018 / 14:04

    £10

  146. sarah fielding
    07/18/2018 / 17:28

    I would be willing to pay up to 15 pound for it!

  147. carol boffey
    07/18/2018 / 18:09

    £11

  148. Kim Styles
    07/18/2018 / 19:53

    £17 is a good price to pay

  149. Nancy Bradford
    07/18/2018 / 20:35

    It looks really good. I would pay up to £12 x

  150. Adrian Bold
    07/18/2018 / 23:09

    About £10

  151. Alison Johnson
    07/18/2018 / 23:11

    £10 is the sum I would pay

  152. amanda greensmith
    07/18/2018 / 23:54

    i’d say around £10

  153. Jennifer Baker
    07/18/2018 / 23:56

    £12

  154. Lisa Shepherd
    07/19/2018 / 00:18

    around £15, presentation is key

  155. Jeanette Leighton
    07/19/2018 / 01:44

    £10 I would pay

  156. Michaela Turner
    07/19/2018 / 06:22

    I think the £17 is good value

  157. Val Pownall
    07/19/2018 / 07:51

    Considering what you can pay for individual cakes in shops I think £17 is pretty fair especially if that includes postage. They sound very yummy!

  158. Caroline Tokes
    07/19/2018 / 08:46

    £15 Seems like a good price

  159. Gemma Massey
    07/19/2018 / 09:04

    £5 I’m quite poor but this looks lovely

  160. Elena
    07/19/2018 / 09:08

    It really depends from size and the taste.would probably pay 12-14 pounds but as treat wouldn’t buy too often as most of the time I bake my own and totally agree that being free from doesn’t mean that it should be tastless.with lots of expirements things work out quite well.

  161. paul jackson
    07/19/2018 / 09:23

    about £10

  162. Kim Neville
    07/19/2018 / 09:41

    £15 is reasonable with delivery

  163. 07/19/2018 / 10:50

    Money is tight so I would be looking at the 9.99 bracket, thank you

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