I tried several varieties, but didn't really love any of them. Clearly steps above store bough packaged brownies, but for me, nothing really compares to a fresh out of the oven brownie, so I can't imagine ever really wanting them.
|Individual Brownies, $4 each.|
- Chocolate Peanut Butter: "A layer of creamy all natural peanut butter runs through the middle of this rich chocolate creation. " Tasting notes: This was the first one I tried. It had a very generous peanut butter ribbon inside, not just a little swirl. I give it credit for delivering on the peanut butter, but it wasn't particularly creamy. The brownie itself wasn't all that moist, fairly unremarkable, although I liked the chocolate chips in it. I heated a second piece up in the toaster oven, and enjoyed it much more that way, as it got gooier, and I paired it with some ice cream. Brownie sundae time! Favorite of those I tried, and the only one Ojan liked.
- German Chocolate: "Classic Chocolate brownies, topped with a rich, caramel crust that’s loaded with fresh coconut and pecans". Tasting notes: I hated the topping. It was crusty and strange. I love coconut and pecans so I expected to love this, but I really really disliked it. Least favorite by far. Ojan wouldn't even take a second bite.
- Peppermint Candy: Tasting notes: I liked the bits of peppermint, but these brownies just don't do it for me, particularly when cold. I liked it more when I warmed it with ice cream of course. Second favorite, but not notable.