Not only can you get them posted to your door as I did, but they also travel around the country offering up their delights in a re-purposed horse-box of all things! These days their repertoire has grown and they offer a whole host of options. My box included: Salted Caramel and Cashew, Amaretto and Rosemary, Cranberry and Pistachio, Stollen, Cardamom and Gingerbread, and lastly Bonfire Toffee and Toasted marshmellow.
Now they aren’t the biggest brownies in the world but once you’ve taken a bite you soon realise that bigger isn’t necessarily better! They are flavoursome and delicious but also incredibly sweet. I have a notable sweet tooth, but I couldn’t eat more than one (and that’s saying something). Texture-wise they are very dense and squidgy, almost as though they are half-baked, which might not be for everyone but it’s perfect for me. There is nothing worse than a dry brownie!
A box will set you back £15, which is a little steep, however when you are supporting a local business it’s totally worth it. Plus these aren’t the kind of flavours you are going to find in Tesco. However, if money is a little tight at this time of the year you can use the code CHRISTMAS until the 20th of December to get 20% off. Also, if you live in Sheffield, don’t forget to pop down to Union Street.
Which flavour would you go for? I can’t decide which was my favourite!