Clabber Girl Bakeshop Giveaway!

May 4, 2014 by Heather Tallman with 14 comments



Founded in 1850, Hulman & Company Coffee Roasting, Spice Milling and Wholesale Grocery in Terre Haute, IN spawned the Clabber Girl® Baking Powder business. Because of these successes, Anton Hulman Jr. was able to purchase the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in 1945. Today, Clabber Girl, still family owned and still located in Terre Haute, IN; is one of the oldest and most trusted brands in the United States. For more than 160 years, the company has earned the trust of home cooks and culinary professionals alike.


Just one part of the bakeshop!

Clabber Girl, the leading manufacturer of baking powder in the nation, is also a leader in the food industry. Its product offerings to include a broader range baking ingredients, dessert mixes and custom leavening systems, creating a stronger presence in retail, foodservice and industrial markets.


Just a few of the goodies I bought on my last visit!


The history- all on one shelf!

Today, you can visit Clabber Girl in Terre Haute and experience a trip back in time through a tour in their historical museum. I visited there in late 2013 and learned more than I ever could have imagined about the Hulman family and the history of one of Indiana’s oldest and largest heritage brands. I dined in the bakeshop and stocked up on baking powder, cookie and brownie mixes and Rex Roasting Co coffee!


The Clabber Girl Bake Shop welcomes you with all of the sights, smells, and tastes of a great food experience in a fast casual atmosphere. Inside the historic Hulman Building, located at 900 Wabash Ave, Terre Haute, Indiana, the Bake Shop offers high quality, delicious, breakfast, lunch, and homemade bakery items. Enjoy the imperial blend of Rex Coffee, roasted exclusively for Clabber Girl. The Bake Shop menu features “made from scratch” items using the retail portfolio of Clabber Girl products manufactured right there in the corporate headquarters. Come in to sample “Hoosier Hospitality” at its finest with warm, focused, personal service. See their menu HERE


Literally ALL of the baking powders ever made!


This building is packed full of history!


A stop along the way through the history of the Hulman family!

Hours of Operation:

Monday – Friday 6:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Saturday – 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Closed Sunday

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Clabber Girl would like for one of YOU to experience this for yourself through a tour, culinary class for 2 and gift pack (that you will pick up in the class) of a selection of Clabber Girl products. Please look over the schedule of classes in their culinary center HERE

To enter please leave ONE comment below telling me one baking challenge that YOU have. From a deflating souffle to a cake that doesn’t come out of the pan- we all have flops from time to time. Share ONE of yours below to be entered.

Entries are accepted between 5/4-5-10 2014. ONE winner will be randomly drawn at 9 pm est on the 10th and notified via email. Chosen winner will have 24 hours to respond or another winner will be drawn.

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  • Lucinda Lason

    My product seems to change with the humidity and not for the good.

  • Stacy Bales

    Making delicious baking powder biscuits like my mom and grandma made. Mine are always flat and hard

  • Megan

    Anything using yeast!

  • Heather

    I hate when my cookies spread all over the pan!

  • Judy

    I have trouble getting my gluten free baked goods light and fluffy.

  • Robin Ayala-Green

    I have to say the same about the gluten free..

  • Cindy Carver

    My derby pie this weekend was too dry. I was so looking forward to an ooey gooey chocolatey pie !

    • Heather Tallman

      CINDY! You were the number chosen as winner!

  • Rusty H

    Pie crust . . . I just can’t get it right.

  • Andrea T

    I have never been able to make the perfect, chewy chocolate chip cookie!

  • Niki Brown

    I cannot make a soft chewy peanut butter cookie. They either turn out dry and crumbly or not quite done!

  • Catherine

    Best baking powder on the market. Never use any other brand. My mama taught me well.

  • Catherine

    Found that you cannog bake a cream cheese pound cake without a teaspoon of baking powder. Found this out the hard way. Baking powder is not included in most recipes, but after many failures I tried adding and haven’t messed a cake up since.

  • Jennifer

    My food usually tastes good, it just doesn’t come out looking “pretty” :-/

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