Stacy’s Bake Shop Review
I’ve been a fan of the Stacy’s ® brand for quite some time now from the flavors to the quality of their foods. My kids love them to. So when I heard they had some new products, I was excited to try them. Stacy’s Snacks recently introduced NEW Stacy’s Bake Shop Bakery Crisps, a line-up of artisan bakery bread crisps ideal for snacking at family gatherings, for kid-friendly snacks, party snacks, or at sports events & tailgating.
There are four delicious flavors:
Vanilla Pound Cake Bakery Crisps
Herbed Baguette Bakery Crisps
Pretzel Bread Bakery Crisps
Banana Nut Bakery Crisps
These tasty crisps are made from real bakery breads, which are sliced thin and twice baked to give them the crunch you’re looking for. All four flavors can be enjoyed on their own or you can get creative in the kitchen as they pair well with fresh fruit or dips and spreads. They also make great gift ideas for a host or hostess.
I like that Stacy’s Bake Shop Bakery Crisps have:
No Artificial Colors or Flavors
Low in Saturated Fat
Our family has enjoyed eating the crisps all on their own; however on my next purchases of these flavors, I’m looking forward to trying the following recipes.
STACY’S ® Bake Shop White Chocolate Banana Nut Bread Pudding
Description: With great flavor including white chocolate, banana and caramel, this definitely isn’t the ordinary bread pudding you’ve tried in the past!
• 1 14-oz box STACY’S® Bake Shop Banana Nut Bread Crisps • 4 croissants, cut in one-inch cubes • 2 cups whole milk • 2 cups heavy cream • 8 eggs, separated • 3/4 cups white chocolate chips • Caramel sauce
Instructions: Preheat oven to 325 degrees. Place the cubed croissants in the oven for 15 minutes until toasted and slightly dry. Combine egg yolks, milk and cream, and whisk until smooth. In a large bowl, combine the croissants, cream mixture, crisps and white chocolate chips and mix well. In a separate bowl, whip the egg whites to stiff peaks and fold into the mixture. Then transfer to a baking dish. Place the baking dish into a pan with ½-inch of water to create a water bath, and place in the oven for 30 to 45 minutes, until the mixture is firm in the center. Spoon onto plates, and serve with your favorite caramel sauce.
STACY’S® Bake Shop Vanilla Pound Cake Ice Cream Sandwiches
Description: Looking for a quick and easy dessert? This easy-to-make dessert works perfect with any flavor of ice cream you choose!
• 1 14-oz. box STACY’S® Bake Shop Vanilla Pound Cake Crisps • 1 pint vanilla bean flavored ice cream
Instructions: Allow the ice cream to soften at room temperature for 20 minutes. Place a scoop of ice cream in the center of each of eight crisps. Get creative with additional toppings. Try adding slices of fresh kiwi or strawberry, hot fudge or a drizzle of honey. Press another crisp on top of each scoop and flatten to a disc. Place in the freezer for one hour before serving.
STACY’S® Bake Shop Herb Baguette Crisps with Chorizo, Manchego, Smoked Green Olives and Oven Dried Tomato
1 bag (14 ounce) Stacy’s Herb Baguette Crisps 1 cup oven dried tomatoes, chopped ½ cup smoked green olives, chopped 2 Tbsp. Extra Virgin Olive Oil ½ pound manchego cheese, sliced ½ pound Spanish Chorizo, sliced
Instructions: In a mixing bowl, combine the tomatoes, olives and olive oil and mix well. 2. Place a slice of manchego on top of each baguette chip, then spoon about a tablespoon of the tomato/olive mixture on top. Place a slice of chorizo on top and serve.
STACY’S® Bake Shop Pretzel Baguette Crisps with St. Andre Cheese, Prosciutto and Truffle Honey
1 bag (14 ounce) Stacy’s Pretzel Baguette Crisps ½ cup honey 1 Tbsp. white truffle oil 1 pinch sea salt ½ pound St. Andre Cheese ½ pound thinly sliced prosciutto 1 cup Arugula
Instructions: In a mixing bowl, slowly drizzle the truffle oil into the honey while whisking. Whisk until the oil is completely blended in and add a pinch of salt. 2. Spread about one tablespoon of the St. Andre onto each Pretzel chip. 3. Ruffle a slice of prosciutto on top and drizzle with the truffle honey. Top with an arugula leaf and serve.
Which flavors are you most interested in trying?