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Brownie Brittle Now Available Nationwide

  Brownie Brittle -- Fancy Food Show and Television Star -- Now Available Nationwide

Well, somebody either had a happy accident in the kitchen or couldn’t decide whether to make brownies or brittle–either way, the two are now combined. Brownie Brittle was conceived with brownie edge lovers in mind; every bite is crispy. Now available in the three flavors nationwide, the dangerous delicious snack can be found in Chocolate Chip, Peanut Butter Chip and Toffee Crunch varieties.

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March 17, 2011   No Comments

Dividable Pan Offers Four Times The Flavor

Dividable Brownie/Cake Pan

Nobody wants to be faced with choices when they are presented with cake (or brownies). The answer to any and all cake-related questions should be a simple ‘yes’. Now it can be. Whether you have a thing for yellow, strawberry or chocolate, the Dividable Brownie/Cake Pan can provide. Featuring three dividers that can be used (or not) to separate different batters, the customizable pan can bake up to four different varieties of cake or brownies at a time.

Most cake recipes don’t usually come in sizes made for a fourth of a 13 x 9 pan, so it might be prudent to pick up four pans for four cakes. Of course, then that would negate the need for the dividers, but hey, then you would have four big cakes instead of four little cakes. Yes.

July 29, 2010   No Comments

More Edge From A Brownie Wedge

Brownie Wedge Pan by Nordic Ware

Square brownies are great and all, but they are so, well… square. So, you’re chomping happily along, and before you know it you reach the end of an edge. The problem? Too many corners. The answer? More edge, in the shape of a wedge.

Eliminating the spectre of all-corner brownies, the Brownie Wedge Pan by Nordic Ware, loses one of the four corners and makes it all edge. Sure, you could just cut a square brownie diagonally, but then that wouldn’t be a real brownie edge, and with brownies, it’s all about the edge. And with sixteen edge-heavy wedges per batch, the wedge pan has an edge over the competition.

May 27, 2010   No Comments

Brownies and deviled eggs together at last

Deluxe Bakers Sto ‘N Go

No matter if your favorite potluck item to bring to gatherings is brownies, cupcakes or deviled eggs, you’re going to need a way to get them there. Luckily, the Deluxe Bakers Sto ‘N Go can accommodate all that and more. With two deviled egg trays and four standard trays, the portable carrier makes it easy to share your favorites with a crowd. The shelves slide in and out and are completely adjustable, while the retractable handle makes for easy portability. Not only can you leave undesirable smushed eggs in the past, but with this carrier, there’s also room for a batch of brownies. (Hint, hint.)

August 20, 2009   1 Comment

Moving on from square brownies

Wilton Zigzag Brownie Cutter

Brownies are certainly delicious, but wouldn’t they taste better if they were cut into little wavy shapes? Sure they would! Pass up the squares and move on to zigzag brownies with the Wilton Zigzag Brownie Cutter. The soft-grip handle makes it easy to cut brownies into fun zigzag shapes, but why stop there? The cutting tool can also be used to cut Rice Krispies treats, sandwiches, or even lasagna. For $7.95 at Sur La Table, it’s probably worth it if you’ve been trying to cut those decorative edges with a knife. Especially since zigzag brownies just taste better.

July 21, 2009   No Comments

Batter Finger: It’s pointing! It’s pointing!

Batter Finger

Sometimes it’s not rude to point. Offering a friend or little one the chance to scrape the bowl after mixing up a batch of deliciousness definitely qualifies. The Batter Finger makes making cookies, cake and brownies even more fun. The opportunity to share never tasted so good.

The finger-shaped spatula features a long handle and flexible silicone end for easy use when creating sweet treats. Narrower than traditional spatulas, the Batter Finger can also be used to scrape out the last bit of peanut butter from the jar. Perfect, because doesn’t a peanut butter brownie sound really good just about now?

April 27, 2009   1 Comment



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