Have you heard of Ethel’s Edibles before? I hadn’t until I was asked if I would like to receive samples of their baked goods to try. Ethel’s Edibles is located in Grosse Pointe, Michigan and was inspired by the owner’s, Jill, grandmother who was named “Ethel”. The desserts are handmade from pure ingredients and that certainly shows through in the product.
Hot Blondies – Sweet brown sugar, creamy butter, milk chocolate with loveand attention make our Hot Blondies melt in your mouth! There are no shortcuts, nothing quick, just pure goodness, which just happens to be gluten free. Ingredients: Butter,Gluten-Free Flour Blend(Expandex Modified Tapioca Starch, potato starch, corn starch, corn flour, white rice flour, xanthan gum), brown sugar, milk chocolate chips (sugar, unsweetened chocolate, whole milk powder, cocoa butter, soy lecithin, vanilla) eggs, vanilla, baking powder, salt.
Pecan Dandys – We combine premium ingredients that make this a delectablecombination of buttery shortbread, toasty pecans, rich caramel and pure joy in every bite… the Pecan Dandy. Ingredients: Butter, brown sugar, pecans, Gluten-Free Flour Blend(Expandex modified tapioca starch, potato starch, corn starch, corn flour, white rice flour, xanthan gum), honey ,sugar, eggs, heavy cream, pure vanilla extract, baking powder, salt.
Both of these treats were very good, but the Pecan Dandys were my favorite! They reminded me of pecan pie with a thicker crust. Jon also enjoyed both of these; so much so that I only got part of 1!
Ethel’s Edibles can be ordered online and shipped directly to your door or found in select markets across the US. The Pecan Dandys are $8.50 for 3 bars/6 servings and the Hot Blondies are $7.00 for 3 bars/6 servings.
Have you tried either of these scrumptious treats from Ethel’s Edibles?
***The products reviewed in this blog were sent to us free of charge. The opinions in this blog are mine and have not been influenced by anyone or anything.