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Bad Brownie is devilishly delicious

We all are a little bad from time to time grabbing a sweet treat but these Bad Brownies are so devilishly delicious you just won’t be able to resist the temptation of eating one, two, three or even more.

The beauty about a Bad Brownie though is their size along with the smell and taste.

Thanks to Bad Brownie I was gifted a mixed box of their brownies to enjoy at home.

Bad Brownie

Founded in 2015 Paz and Morag set up Bad Brownie bringing their love of gourmet brownies to homes all across the UK.

Bad Brownies are even badder than your average brownie as they bake them using super delicious flavours including salted caramel, peanut butter, triple chocolate, bacon & maple syrup and so much more.

Bad Brownies can be either mail ordered or you can find them at markets across London.

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Sweet Nothing Bakehouse limited edition merchandise

Sweet Nothing Bakehouse produce the most tastiest, moist chocolate brownies I have ever had which you can read more about their delicious brownies via my past blog, click here. For a limited time Sweet Nothing are selling merchandise from t-shirts to hoodies.

Courtesy of Sweet Nothing I was gifted one of their comfy pink hoodies with a logo of a cupcake along with a few slabs of their delicious tasty brownies.

Sweet Nothing

Sweet Nothing are an independent artisan bakery based in South East London, who specialise in bespoke cakes and bakes, superb coffee, artisan foodstuffs, vegan soft serve and brunches.

Beth Cardy the owner and founder transformed a horse trailer into a glorious pink dessert van in which she serves up a manner of sweet delights and a variety of brownies.

However, with 2020 wreaking havoc upon companies up and down the country, Beth has found it necessary to alter her approach in a bid to remain afloat. She is hoping that her Crowdfunder campaign will be the first step towards revolutionising Sweet Nothing, and will also provide a blueprint that other small businesses will be able to follow.

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