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White Lily Flour Gift Set Giveaway! (closed)

White Lily Premium Flours
I’ve been having a lot of fun with the new premium flours from White Lily. The flours add a lot of variety to my pantry and are really fun to work with in all kinds of recipes, as well as being non-GMO certified and having great traceability back to the farms and farmers that produced them. As a brand ambassador for White Lily, I’m very pleased to be able to have a fantastic gift pack to give away to one lucky reader!

The gift pack will include a whole bunch of goodies that will keep your kitchen well-stocked for all your winter baking. It includes a three of the new premium flour varieties – All Purpose Wheat Flour, Wheat and White Grape Seed Flour Blend, and Wheat and Red Grape Seed Flour Blend – three linen flour bags, a handy tote, a flour sifter and a notebook to jot down all of your favorite recipes, both new favorites and old standbys.

White Lily Premium Flours

To enter the giveaway, leave a comment on this post and tell me if you’ve ever used any flours besides all purpose in your baking. Have you ever experimented with whole wheat flour in your pancakes? Have you heard of grape seed flour? It’s ok if you haven’t used it before because these flour blends will give you a great opportunity to give it a try. The contest will end Sunday, December 20th, at 11:59pm PST, so be sure to get all your entries in by then! The prize pack probably won’t arrive until after Christmas, but consider it a belated holiday gift to yourself that you can enjoy well into the New Year!

Update: This contest is now closed! Congrats to Diane on winning the prize pack!

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  • Tonya
    December 20, 2015

    I’ve tried others like rice flour and wheat flour, but only a few times. Think I’m going to try some of these new White Lily choices.

  • Grace
    December 20, 2015

    I used to have a bread machine and would experiment with different kinds of flours in my bread all the time! I havent seen these flours in the store, but would love to test them out sometime!

  • katie
    December 22, 2015

    I’ve only tried basic variants of flour while making different types of bread to keep up with my teenage son’s voracious appetite. Now that he’s in college and not eating me out of house and home, I’d love to try some different flours and recipes that appeal to me, rather than just meeting the goal of filling his belly!