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the graze brownie

free range egg, caster sugar, Belgian dark chocolate (12%) (sugar, cocoa mass, cocoa butter, soya lecithin), ground rice, rapeseed oil, ground almonds, cocoa powder, marshmallow (glucose syrup, sugar, water, modified maize starch, egg white, disodium diphosphate, acetic acid, natural flavouring), water, hazelnuts, apple fibre, beetroot concentrate, raising agents (sodium bicarbonate, disodium diphosphate)
Contains eggs, soya and tree nuts.
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we love brownies
...but we wanted one that didn't make us feel rubbish afterwards. So we sent Jason, our very own budding baker, on a quest to create a better brownie.

Jason tells us all about the graze brownie


jason

So, where did you start?

Well, firstly I got rid of butter and wheat flour and replaced them with ground almonds. This gives a moist and naturally rich brownie.

Then what?

Chocolate! We use fine cocoa and, to bring out the flavour, I use my secret ingredient – beetroot. This brings out the intense cocoa flavour and gives an amazing deep colour.

Is it really better for me?

Yes. Using our specially crafted recipe means it's a source of fibre and comes in at just 110 cals. You have to try it!

jason
Three cheers for Jason and the graze brownie!

some questions about the graze brownie…

why have we used rapeseed oil?

Rapeseed oil only contains 7% saturated fat (compared to butter which has 51%!) and it’s a good source of omega 3 and omega 6.

why have we used marshmallow?

We have used vegetarian marshmallow to give the brownie an extra fudgy texture without the need for all the butter.

why have we used beetroot?

A little bit of beetroot goes a long way. It’s used to naturally enhance the flavour of the chocolate.

how do I check the ingredients?

Just click on the picture to see the full list of ingredients.

is it suitable for coeliacs and vegans?

It contains free range eggs, so it isn’t suitable for vegans.

The recipe does not contain any wheat or gluten, unfortunately it is prepared in the same kitchen as all our snacks so we can’t guarantee that it is 100% wheat or gluten free.

how long will my brownie last?

Your brownie is freshly baked without any additives or preservatives, so it’s best to eat it straight away.

just how guilt-free is my brownie?

We've crafted a special recipe to make it as guilt-free as possible. It weighs in at just 110 calories, is a source of dietary fibre, and when we compared it to 9 popular brownies on the high street we found that it contained, on average, a whopping 69% less saturated fat. You have to try it!