My kids love brownies but I never have time to make them with my schedule. With Brownie Brittle, it’s easier to just get these out of the cabinet and give a few pieces to the kids. We had gotten five flavors; toffee, chocolate, mint chocolate, peanut butter, and salted caramel. When I first pulled this out of the box, the four year old took the peanut butter and the fifteen year old took the mint. I only got to have one piece of the peanut butter because they inhaled it. I was smart about the other flavors and I ended up putting them in the cabinet and only giving them a few pieces at a time unless I gave them to the other kids.
My kids loved the peanut butter and chocolate chip. I sent my oldest daughter the chocolate chip ones because those are her favorite and she always try to get them at the store. My husband likes caramel more than I do so I gave him those to take to work. When he got home, all of them were gone because he had eaten them throughout the day. The last ones I had eaten myself and they were my favorite because they are the only ones I really got to try. My family absolutely loves all of these flavors and we highly recommend them to all! They are healthier than regular brownies and a lot easier to have for a snack!
About (taken from website): Like many brownie aficionados, Sheila is particularly fond of the crispy edges. In fact, on many an afternoon she would walk through the bakery gathering the crispy batter off the sides of the sheet pans as the chocolate brownies cooled in their racks. It had that same rich chocolate taste, but with an amazing crunch. That started her wondering: How could she create a whole pan of crunchy edges? Well, lucky for us, she figured it out! Now you too can satisfy your sweet tooth in a snap with Sheila G’s Brownie Brittle™ snacks!
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