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Dempster’s OvenFresh Roasted Garlic Baguette Review

A meal of spaghetti and meatballs isn’t complete without the garlic bread in our home. John loves the stuff and eats it like crazy! We have tried many different brands- some good, some not so good. We recently tried the new Dempster’s OvenFresh Roasted Garlic Baguette. The verdict? Yummy!

Dempster’s line of partially baked, preservative-free baguettes have been around for awhile in other flavours like White, Mulitgrain, Rosemary & Olive Oil, but this was my first time trying the line. I definitely would like to try the other flavours to see how they compare to the Roasted Garlic.

The neat thing about these baguettes are that they aren’t frozen like you would expect, but are contained in a vacuum-sealed packaging that keeps the bread fresh. There’s no need to to store in your fridge or freezer. It keeps fresh for up to 45 days WITHOUT preservatives or freezing!

I love that they are so fast to make. Just pop the baguette in the oven for 8 minutes and that’s it. You can’t get any easier than that. The result is soft, melt in your mouth, delicious bread that smells divine. The kitchen filled up with the wonderful garlic aroma. I served the bread with some butter that just melted on and it was quickly eaten up. We will be buying it again for sure.

Dempster’s OvenFresh Baguettes come in packages of two and can be found in the bakery aisle of most grocery stores in Canada at a cost of $3.49.

Right now on the Dempster’s Facebook page you can share your kitchen shortcuts and discover more time saving kitchen tips from Chef Placko. You can also watch his Dinners Made Easy how-to-videos. When you share your tips and shortcuts you will be entered to win great prizes from OvenFresh! This promotion is for Canadians only.

*I did not receive any financial compensation for this review, though I did review a sample of the product for evaluation purposes. The opinions are based only on my experiences with the product.*

Stacie Vaughan

Stacie is the mom of two girls and lives in Ontario, Canada. She enjoys cooking/baking, photography, reading, DIY and is fueled by lots of coffee!

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