Malteser brownie, The new Pop Up flavour for August will be ready to order next week. This is one of the most moorish flavours I think I have ever made. The Malteser brownie will replace the July brownie of the month, the Raspberry Ripple
I first carried out taste testing with my family, and the testing went on, and on, and on, and on, and on, and on, I dont know how many brownies I made, but each bake quickly disappeared, with a request to just try another one......just to be absolutely sure !
So what is the flavour........Malteser Brownie.
No, I am not teasing you, you heard right, the Maltesers brownie, I am just adding this to my website, and this will be available to order for the first deliveries, which will be sent out on Thursday 12th August! and can be ordered in the Pick your own box of 4, So all you need to do now is check out all the different brownie and blondie flavours to find your favourite four brownies and order online.
Don't forget to add your message to the personalised gift card which I will write out and pop inside the letterbox brownies gift box and send by courier for next day delivery, so it doesn't matter if nobody is at home, your brownie gift box will still be delivered.
The Malteser brownie is scrumptiously rich, gooey, and malty, with an added crunch of that honeycomb texture which gives maltesers that unique crunch, I then increase that incredible malty flavour with a pinch of Horlicks, which gives it that slight Mars Bar type gooey texture.
I then lather the brownie top with malteser spread, maltesers and malteser buttons.
Your first bite will leave you wanting more and more, and more!
Did you know that Maltesers were created by the American Forrest Mars Sr. in England in 1936, and first sold in 1937. They were originally described as "energy balls" and aimed at slimming women.
The current Maltesers' slogan is "The lighter way to enjoy chocolate". Earlier slogans have included: "The chocolates with the less fattening centre", "No ordinary chocolate" and "Nothing pleases like Maltesers". In the 1930s, advertisements claimed that the Maltesers malted milk centre is one-seventh as fattening as ordinary chocolate centres; this led marketers to claim it was beneficial for weight loss.
In Australia, Mars signed a production deal with MacRobertson's in 1954, but then switched to Cadbury in 1963.
In 2011, the product gained Fairtrade accreditation in the UK and Ireland by sourcing all their cocoa and sugar under Fairtrade Terms. In 2016, Maltesers’ commercials in the UK began featuring disabled actors (including The In betweeners actress Storme Toolis) which have been highly successful for the brand. Celebrating universally awkward situations, the adverts were inspired by real-life stories from disabled people.
In January 2017, Maltesers officially became available in the United States for the first time. The factory in Newmarket, Ontario, Canada produces the Maltesers for the North American market; it is expected the factory exports about 80 percent of its production to the United States.