Sheila G’s Brownie Brittle is out of this world! If you are looking for a rich chocolatey snack that is both light and crunchy, you will be in snack heaven. I had the pleasure of meeting Sheila a few months ago and was proud to hear that her business is a certified WBEN (women’s Business Enterprise) and she built the business right out of her own kitchen.
I tried Sheila G’s Brownie Brittle once before and before I knew it my husband had devoured all three bags of Sheila G’s only sharing a sampling of each with me. Sheila G’s brownie brittle comes in three yummy flavors, each one uniquely delicious. My favorite is the chocolate chip and from the looks of the empty Toffee Crunch bag, that one is a hit with my hubby. Brownies seem like a treat everyone loves. But the part of the brownie pan that every always fights over is the crunchy edge, right? Well I don’t know how she did it, but Miss Sheila G’s brownie brittle is like sitting down to a bag of crispy brownie edges!
Sheila started her business just about ten years ago and slightly altered a family recipe to create the yumminess that is Brownie Brittle. The Brownie Brittle is somehow light and crispy yet chockful of chocolate sweetness, it satisfies the sweet tooth craving every time. It’s the perfect mix of brownie and crispy, crunchy cookie.
To find out where you can purchase Sheila G’s Brownie Brittle, click here, or to purchase Sheila G’s online, just find her website here. There are many special deals waiting for you! You can even order Sheila G’s Brownie Brittle by calling 1-800-BROWNIE!
Michelle is a SAHM and self-described ‘green’ fashionista. She is a NYC woman, turned burbs mama, raising her 2 B’s in an eco conscious manner. She blogs about natural parenting and green living at www.everythingsabuzz.com. Find her on twitter @queentob. Have a fashion question? Look for the new Syncing Your Style section on the Momtrends facebook page or tweet us your fashion questions at @momtrends!
Momtrends was not compensated for this post. We did receive a sampling to review (and yes, I did happen to hide a bag…)