Wednesday, April 21, 2010
I don’t know if you know by now but I’m a sweet-a-holic! I love sweets any and every one of them but I have a very huge weakness for brownies and when they are great brownies they just can’t be beat! So when I ran across Fairytale Brownies I knew I just had to try them and let my readers know about another yummy treat!
About Fairytale Brownies (Taken From Their Website):
Inspired by a treasured family recipe and a commitment to excellence, we created enchanting Fairytale Brownies. Our magical blend indulges your senses with fudgy chocolate goodness, taking you back to fond childhood memories.
Helping us spread this joy is our Brownie, a cheerful fairy of Celtic folklore who delights in performing good deeds. He lives in an enchanted forest tending to the exotic cacao bean trees from which our chocolate is crafted. All of this magic is what you'd expect from a luscious combination of pure ingredients - rich, dark Callebaut Belgian chocolate blended with pure creamery butter and farm fresh eggs. All-natural Fairytale Brownies are certified kosher and free of trans fats, hydrogenated oils, preservatives and artificial colors.
Pure chocolate enchantment is as close as your first bite!
My family was kindly sent the Mother’s Day Dozen gift box that includes one each of all 12 Fairytale flavors, packed with care in our classic box and wrapped with a beautiful fuchsia Mother's Day gift band. Now with me being a brownie lover when the box arrived at the door my son and I were the only ones home so we hurried into the kitchen to find the scissors to get them open I don’t think I’ve ever been so excited to receive mail! The wait was well worth it because once we got it open and laid all the flavors out it was time to try our first brownie!!
I chose the pecan brownie because my husband and I both love pecans and I wanted to get to it before he did and Zane Bug chose the original! I’m have to admit for me it was love at first bite these things are delicious!! They are very warm and moist I would say due to riding in the UPS truck until 2:00pm but they were yummy never the less and Zane Bug really enjoyed his brownie as well:
When my hubby got home he had to wait until after dinner to get his and it was full of whining I thought Zane Bug was the 2 year old??? He really devoured his brownie after super and before I could snap a quick picture for the review he was already washing it down with milk! Husbands!!!
My whole family gives these brownies a huge thumb up and will defiantly keep them in mind for the next big family event because they are just too good to keep to our self!
You can purchase your very own Fairytale Browines by heading on over to their website and placing and order, but be warned there are lots and lots to chose from!
Fairytale Brownies has offered on of my readers the chance to win a Mother’s Day Dozen just like the one we received!!
Mandatory Entry: Visit Fairytale Brownies and tell which flavor you would like to try the most and who you would give these to if you won (it’s ok if it’s for yourself these are delish). Please remember to leave your e-mail address if it’s not visible in your profile.
Want or need extra entries? Check out how to grab em’ below! (Mandatory Entry must be complete for these to count)
1. Become a public follower of my blog (current follower count too)
2. Follow me on twitter @sgrant2005 and tweet this giveaway (can be done daily)
3. Subscribe to my feed via a reader
4. Blog about this giveaway with a link to Fairytale Brownies and this post and be sure to leave me a link (5 extra)
5. Follow Fairytale Brownies on Facebook
6. Follow Fairytale Brownies on Twitter
Giveaway ends May 01, 2010 @ midnight CST. Winner will be chosen at random, using random.org and contacted by e-mail and has 48 hrs to respond before a new winner is chosen.
This review is based strictly my opinion. Others may have a different opinion with the product listed above. I did receive the Mother’s Day Dozen mentioned above complementary for this review. No monetary compensation was received.
Posted by Stephanie Grant at 12:53 PM