Waitrose Belgian Chocolate Brownies Reviews
Product Type: Waitrose Snacks
Description:Brand: Waitrose / Type: Biscuits
Newest Review: ... time drying out. It is very unusual for me to find something to criticise about Waitrose as normally I find their products ... more
by - written on 18/01/09 (Very useful, 133 readings)
Sorry Waitrose but these are as dry as an old bone! I love chocolate brownies especially the ones my daughter makes. She is vegan and a great cook and makes some which melt in your mouth and are sticky and gooey and everything a brownie should be. Sadly she is at uni at the minute so I saw these in Waitrose and as all their products are normally very good I was expecting great things. Packaged in an attractive black box with a brown gingham trim these look expensive and give the impression of quality. Priced at £2.15 for 6 they are not cheap and are quite small too -only just over one and a half inches square. Calorie wise they are 128 calories ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/01/09 (Very useful, 384 readings)
I'm so glad I don't make New Year resolutions, as shortly after arriving at my daughter's house she was making a cup of tea and asked if we would like a Brownie or an Empire biscuit. Had I decided to be good and lose some weight I wouldn't have been able to try the Brownies from Waitrose that she raves about! Waitrose is a rather smarter Supermarket than my usual Tesco, and a lot of the prices prove this. The box of 6 Brownies is really smart looking as you can see in the photo, mostly black with brown gingham stripe at the base and the name on the front, Belgian Chocolate Brownies. The brownies are about 2 inches square (I didn't like to ask for a ruler to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/12/08 (Very useful, 436 readings)
I have a very sweet tooth and I love cakes and probably my favourite cake type thing is chocolate brownies. Yum, even the thought of them makes me feel hungry. Most of the time I bake chocolate brownies myself but every now and again you want to have something nice to eat but can't be bothered baking so this was when I discovered what I think are the best shop bought brownies. They are Waitrose's Belgian Chocolate Brownies, even the name tells you this is going to be a quality product (and also that they aren't going to be cheap!) They are sold only in Waitrose stores and you can find them on the shelves with the prepacked cakes. They come in a small ... Read the complete review
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