Sunday, December 20, 2015

Take a Bauli with you for Christmas

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. All opinions stated are genuine and my own.




Are you staying home for the holidays, headed out to see family, or doing a combination of both? If you're heading out, and you're looking for a nice little something to bring with you that everyone can enjoy, how about this authentic Italian, ready-to-eat, oven-baked cake from Bauli?!!

These are sold in stores everywhere and they come in a variety of flavors. You can also get individual-sized cakes if you want one for your lunch or just to have on your own. These are called cakes but they have the consistency of a bread. I think it makes for a really unique gift to take along with you, if you're going to someone else's house for Christmas. :)

When Ruggero returned home and opened his own shop, he perfected a large-scale technique to faithfully produce his artisanal recipes. In 1950, the growing family bakery refined the classic Pandoro di Verona, a star-shaped holiday cake first made in the town of Romeo & Juliet, and whose name means "golden bread.'

The Bauli Pandoro All-Natural is 100% free of chemicals. It is leavened for 40 hours using a "mother dough" that allows it to rise naturally, keeping it fresh for much longer than regular bread or cakes with absolutely no preservatives.

You can learn more about Bauli by visiting their website. You can also follow them on Facebook and/or Twitter.

22 comments:

Pat Hatt said...

I'll be taking the cats with me as I go. That count? lol

Kristi Maloney said...

The Bauli cakes/breads do look delicious. I am hosting Christmas dinner here. :)

~ Noelle said...

I have not seen those this year. Hmmm
Bet it is tasty!

Joyce Lansky said...

Looks good, but I've been eating too much of what I shouldn't this week.

Masshole Mommy said...

I am from a big Italian family and we ate stuff like this all the time. These cakes are SO good.

Sandee said...

Oh this looks really good. I too have been eating stuff I should be eating this week. Oh well, diet right after Christmas.

Have a terrific day my friend. ☺

Tamara Camera said...

Yum! Not sure I've ever had a Bauli, but I think I would love one.

alissa apel said...

This looks so good! I love cake!

BTW you won a prize on my blog. I sent out an email yesterday, but I haven't heard back from you.

Helene Bludman said...

That would be a nice gift to take to someone's house. I would love to try one of these.

Mama to 5 said...

That looks delicious! I bet it is nice and moist and goes great with a cup of coffee!

Theresa Mahoney said...

I haven't heard of Bauli before, but I love that it is made with real butter, and that it doesn't have artificial ingredients or flavors!

Liz Mays said...

Yum, I wouldn't mind having some of this cake on Christmas. It sounds like a treat my whole family would love.

Megan said...

Yum! This looks and sounds delicious! I'll be on the lookout to pick one up!

Colette S said...

Oh yea. I'm always up for cake!

Lois Alter Mark said...

That looks yummy! It's so simple yet so elegant!

Heather Lawrence said...

Love how simple this dish looks! I am always on the look out to try something new for the holidays and this looks like something my whole family would enjoy.

Janeane Davis said...

This cake looks so delicious. I also like that it has a shape I am not used to seeing. I would like to try it.

The Girl Wearing Her Heart On Her Sleeve said...

That looks great! It almost looks too good to eat! Great gift idea too. (SoireeEventDesign)

Camille Griffiths said...

I always see these but have never tried one!! Now I really want to!

Merry Christmas!!!

Censie Sawyer said...

Looks yummy. This would be a great treat for the holidays!

Ai Sakura said...

Merry Christmas to you and your lovely family!!

Ai @ <a href="http://www.sakuraharuka.com/> Sakura Haruka </a>

Laura Funk said...

I would totally get the individual options and sneak them behind my kids back because I am that mom :)