£5£2.22 per 100g
Suitable for vegetarians
|Typical Values||Per: 100g||Per: 42g Serve*|
|of which Saturates||4.6g||1.9g|
|of which Sugars||1.8g||0.8g|
|*As prepared with Eggs and Butter. Nutritional's based on product as sold|
May contain Peanuts, other Nuts, Tree Nuts, Milk, Egg & Gluten
High in protein
Store in a cool dry place.
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Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (9)
worst brownie ever
I normally like low carb subs including brownies (I have a decent homemade version). This, however, was the worst brownie I've ever had. Bad texture, bitter flavour. Really don't recommend.
bitter \x26 gravel\-like
I wanted to like it, I do like plenty of sugar free biscuits/cakes etc. but I just found this unpleasant. It's not like any brownie I've had before! The texture was gravely, probably the coconut, & it tasted burnt (without actually being burnt.)
Vegan version came out flat
We made them using egg replacement as suggested by the packet. Followed all instructions but the came out SO flat. Like 1cm tall flat. Tasted good but wouldn't buy again.
May just have been the batch but way too sweet for me. Especially being in ketosis, a more chocolately rather than sweet brownie would have been better. Will need to add cream and tart berries to cut through sweetness.
These are fine if, once cooked, you heat them up in the microwave and have with cream, like a pudding. I would throughly recommend. But as a plajn brownie on its own? Best left alone.
Actually quite nice. An edible dark chocolate brownie, thankfully there's no stevia like a lot of mixes, this one tastes more grown up. If I was making it again I'd swap the water for almond milk and add in a little bit more sweetener, for my tastes, but glad there's that option. Why is it in a resealable package though, as it requires one egg...so you're unlikely to use half and reseal it again. This question will bug you until you've finished your accompanying cup of tea.