One of the things that seems to cause a lot of stress for hosts is what to order or make for an event.
What if no one likes it? What if? What if? What if? If you keep going with the what ifs you will never get off the ground.
There will always be someone who doesn’t like ALL the choices but it is rare that they won’t like ANY of the choices. The greatest challenge is people with food intolerances or allergies - and we will chat about this a bit later.
The easiest place to start is - what do YOU like? Chances are your friends will like similar things. If you like out there flavours but aren’t sure if your guests will, include ONE of those options.
Next make sure you have a variety. For example not everyone likes chocolate (crazy I know but it happens) so have a couple of other options. Such as fruit based flavours, caramels, or custards
If in doubt look at what is currently popular. Social media is a great place to see what is trending. Another place is google (or whatever your p...
Those desserts in the cup things, what are they called….so many names come to mind. Technically they are called verrines which means….a small glass, jar, bowl, acrylic tube (you get the idea) containing layers of food
We may have been a little quiet lately but there is a good reason. I’ve been working hard on a new range of packaged confectionary goodies. There has been months of recipe and flavour testing, packaging development and finding the right time to get it out there to you.
Now that is all done, I am pleased to share the results with you! For now the range includes brittles (both plain and choc coated), sweet rubbles (think crunchy flavour bombs) and chocolate blocks for sharing (or not). I think there is something for everyone, some classic flavours and a few contemporary, there is even something for the chilli lover.
As always I have new flavours in mind and a few more product varieties...always thinking! And yes it keeps me up at night!!
Our brittles are airy and a bit of a brittle/ honeycomb hybrid I guess. It means you get the toffee and crunch of brittle without breaking you teeth (your dentist will totally thank us)