L’oven Fresh Take & Bake Baguettes Twin Pack
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  • I like the L'oven product because of how long the baguettes are
  • It's a slightly different experience eating this kind of bread compared to other frozen breads and frozen biscuits


    • by CirclingCanvas

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      The L’oven Fresh Take & Bake Baguette Twin Pack costs one dollar and fifty-nine cents. Two baguettes come in a package. The L’oven brand is not a well known one, but I personally think that these baguettes tastes fine. After all, it’s just bread, so why should I pay more money for baguettes that carry a familiar name? I see no reason to because these baguettes taste just the same as any other plain baguette bread. I like the L’oven product because of

      how long the baguettes are. They’re lengthier than the frozen baguettes found in the frozen cases at say Walmart or Albertsons. One baguette can be split up easily among three people without the pieces needing to be ridiculously small.

      This the kind of bread that comes out of the oven quite crispy when prepared as directed. Having a crispy bread now and again to go with a meal is nice, although crumbs flying every which way can be a pain to have to deal with after one is done eating. Still, these baguettes offer a different kind of texture compared to soft biscuits or Texas toast that’s crispy around the edges but soft beyond those edges. These baguettes, when fully cooked, are both crispy and chewy. I wouldn’t say the dough is light and fluffy by any means. It seems heavier than say fresh French bread, which is similar in shape and size. Adding a slice or two of this baguette bread to a meal doesn’t result ...


      • L'oven Fresh Take & Bake Baguettes Twin Pack
      in much of a flavor contribution, but the bread is filling and always weighs me down.

      The L’oven Fresh Take & Bake Baguette Twin Pack is a good value. Basically, each baguette works out to costing just a little under eighty cents. That’s not a bad price at all considering the length and thickness of these baguettes. If I don’t feel like biscuits or Texas toast, I’ll pick up this twin pack. It’s a slightly different experience eating this kind of bread compared

      to other frozen breads and frozen biscuits. The crispy exterior, the heavy and more chewy interior, and the overall heaviness of the bread helps to distinguish a baguette from biscuits, rolls or Texas toast. This baguettes sold under this brand cook as well and come out as crispy as the baguettes sold under the more expensive brands. Plus, they seem longer and fatter. I feel that the value is good and the product is without any flaws, so I’m rating these baguettes a “10″.




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