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As far as square footage goes, the largest gift in my prize hamper by far was the massive slab of brownie donated by A Taste of Dreams, a family company producing gluten-free, organic, vegan, and dairy-free baked goods in the Old Dairy of the Glynde Estate in Sussex. The Glynde Estate, that sounds like something in a dream, doesn’t it?
It was definitely the most imaginative, grown-up brownie that I have ever tasted. And brownies, I believe, are one of the few products that actually benefit from a gluten-free makeover–the lack of structure contributes to an especially fudgy texture.
Like the vast majority of the population, I have heard that there are proponents of the cakey brownie, but am not one of them myself, nor have I ever met one.
So, if you have dietary restrictions and are looking for cakes to enjoy, or simply want to try delicious and unique bakes, A Taste of Dreams will supply your needs!
In case you missed it . . .
Previously posted under “The Twelve Gifts of Christmas” review series:
- The Twelve Gifts of Christmas
- The Carrot Cake Company Christmas Cake
- Kent Chilli Farm’s Nanny Pam’s Chilli Jam