One of my favorite things to do when I was younger was to bake, and devour the batter that created the final result that would inevitably be less than originally planned.
Of all the things that I could bake, I chose brownies, I learned quickly that not only are these adaptable, but also very good from batter to brownie. My favorite part of the completed brownies are the crispy parts on the edges. There is something about the crunchy parts of a brownie that make the edges uniquely crunchy and tasty.
A couple months ago I was walking through the store, and noticed that my favorite part of the brownie had been bagged, and brought to the masses. From that first notice to now, Sheila G’s Brownie Brittle has expanded and added to the original first flavors of brownie brittle.
Miss Jones Baking Co – Brownie Mix and Salted Caramel Buttercream Frosting Review + Giveaway
One thing that I enjoy about reviewing items is to look at the packaging and using that to decipher what they are trying to convey to me and if I can guess the overall message.
I am not the only person who does this and, in fact, has been an aspect of advertising since the beginning of advertising. As time marches on and people are much more skeptical of a brands message and intentions, the art of packaging will be more important.
The simplicity of packaging can be simple colors and images, to convey the message needed. Recently I had the opportunity to review an organic mix and frosting combination from Miss Jones Baking Co. What immediately got my attention was the simplicity and color of the packaging, while remaining a standout among other baking products.