Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Boardwalk Food Company Beer Bread Mix Will Enliven Your Spring Table (Review and Giveaway)

Disclosure / Disclaimer: I received this product, free of charge,from Boardwalk Company, via Tomoson, for review purposes on this blog. No other compensation, monetary or in kind, has been received or implied for this post. Nor was I told how to post about it


Spring is here, and that doesn't have to mean the end of comfort foods!

Helping to take traditional breads into a more modern area, is Boardwalk Food Company .

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The company is inspired by vacations with family and friends on the Boardwalk of Atlantic City, which were frequent throughout Founder and President Andy Yochum’s life. 

I came to realize that the Boardwalk was more than just a place; it was a state of mind,” says Yochum. “Our products make it possible to enjoy the carefree, simple, social aspects of vacation in your everyday life. They’re easy to make, and special enough to share with family and friends.” 

Their product line right now is focused on beer breads:

boardwalk food co beer rbead flavors

Made in America, the Boardwalk beer bread mixes are available in four flavors. Original, Lemon Poppy Seed, Rosemary Sea Salt and Cornbread.

We recently got to try out their Rosemary and Sea Salt blend.

boardwalk food co rosemary beer bread and ingredients

The mixes are SOOOO easy to make-just add beer, salt and butter, mix and bake, to make delicious beer bread!  Any 12 oz beer will work, adding to the fun of trying to decide which one you want for all the scrumptious taste options.Lager, ale, pilsener, stout, craft brews, the list of choices are endless. I decided to go with a local brew, and used Abita Amber with the Rosemary mix we were sent, hoping for a well-bodied bread. I did let my beer come to room temp, to better distribute the yeast in the bread, and to make for a higher loaf (old tip from great grandma!).

boardwalk food co rosemary beer bread loaf

Literally within an hour, from start to finish, we had a warm loaf of bread that not only smelled heavenly, it absorbed butter, adding to a great tasting piece of bread! The Rosemary can be a bit strong, Miss Grace for one said it tasted good, but wouldn't have more than a bite or two. She usually eats our cheesy beer bread, so I know it was just too much rosemary for her palate. The amber ale did work really well with the rosemary, making for a FULL flavored bread!


You can make your bread mix into a loaf of bread using a loaf pan, or use a mini muffin pan to create poppers, bite size balls of fun! I went with a traditional loaf, as I was serving it with baked chicken and potatoes. But I had thought about using half and half, and making both, but changed my mind when I smelled the bread after putting it together!

Boardwalk Food Company beer bread mixes retail for $7.99 each. and can be found at different stores around the country- use their store locator to find one closest to you. or you can order online through their website.- right now you can get FREE shipping if you order 6 boxes! 

The Boardwalk Food Company is a proud supporter of The Center for Building Hope,  which provides free information, programs and support to cancer patients, their families and caregivers, so you know your purchase is helping to give back to those in need!


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Giveaway:
One lucky BTHM reader will win their own box to try out!



Good luck!

38 comments:

  1. Rosemary Sea Salt would be great. saubleb(at)gmail(dot)com

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  2. I want to try the Lemon Poppy Seed.

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  3. I love beer bread, but I prefer my husband's home made beer bread over the box mixes.

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  4. I would really enjoy the Cornbread, it sounds great.
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  5. I'd love to try the Rosemary Sea Salt variety.

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  6. I'd like the Rosemary Sea Salt

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  7. The LEMON POPPY SEED BEER BREAD MIX seems great to try too.
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  8. I would like to try rosemary sea salt

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  9. I would like to try rosemary sea salt

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  10. I would also like the original flavor to try.
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  11. Rosemary Sea Salt should be interesting to try too.
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  12. Rosemary and Sea Salt blend sounds yummy too!

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  13. I would love to try the Cornbread mix.

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  14. I would like to try the original with some homemade soup.
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  15. The Cornbread does seem very tasty to try.
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  16. I most want to try Lemon Poppy Seed.

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  17. I want to try the Lemon Poppy Seed:D

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  18. I would enjoy Lemon Poppyseed flavor.
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  19. I want to try the Lemon Poppy Seed.

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  20. I want to try the Lemon Poppy Seed too.

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  21. Rosemary Sea Salt would be great too!

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  22. Lemon Poppy Seed would be terrific to try.
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  23. I think the Rosemary Sea Salt sounds great.

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  24. Cornbread would probably be my favorite to try. I like it for breakfast.
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  25. Rosemary Sea Salt would be good too!

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  26. I would try the original flavor.
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  27. First I'd like to try the Rosemary Sea Salt variety and then the Original variety.

    Nancy
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  28. First I'd like to try the Rosemary Sea Salt variety and then the Original variety.

    Nancy
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  29. I would like to try the Cornbread too.

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  30. I do think I would like the Cornbread best to try.
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