If your family is anything like mine, brownies are a much wanted treat in the home. Everyone clamors for the brownies and swiftly consumes them. Hardly anything is left in the pan, including the crunchy edges.
Sheila G. Mains has perfected creating tasty brownie brittle that resembles the crispy edges of brownies. In other words, she's made a confection that doesn't require cooking up a whole batch of brownies just to get a taste of the edges.
Brownie Brittle comes in three flavors - Chocolate Chip, Toffee Crunch, and Traditional Walnut - with only 100 calories per serving. They are crunchy pieces of brownie cookie that come packaged in a resealable bag. The pieces resemble peanut brittle in that they're broken up in irregular sizes, but they aren't as hard. They have a light, airy crunch and are very similar to the taste of real brownie edges. When eating the brownie brittle, it does tend to leave crumbs all over the place but it's worth it for the taste. My family enjoyed all three flavors, with Toffee Crunch being my favorite.