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50% off Brownie Boxes (using code) Box of 6 £8.25 + Free C+C @ Lola's Cupcakes
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50% off Brownie Boxes (using code) Box of 6 £8.25 + Free C+C @ Lola's Cupcakes

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8 quid for 6 brownies. Is it a deal? I don't think so...
Edited by: "Aquaslim" 12th Feb 2019
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People with more money than sense buy these and keep companies like this going.
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8 quid for 6 brownies. Is it a deal? I don't think so...
Edited by: "Aquaslim" 12th Feb 2019
thanks op heat added
Looks great!
They do look very nice but £20 without the voucher and with postage for 6 brownies :O

I was tempted at £8 but lost interest after postage.
Edited by: "Gords" 12th Feb 2019
These bespoke brownies delivery services are expensive.

Aquaslim4 h, 52 m ago

8 quid for 6 brownies. Is it a deal? I don't think so...


Gords2 h, 37 m ago

They do look very nice but £20 without the voucher and with postage for 6 …They do look very nice but £20 without the voucher and with postage for 6 brownies :OI was tempted at £8 but lost interest after postage.




Brown & Blonde £2 each with min order 10 so £20

brownandblond.co.uk/10-…es/

Gower cottage brownies are £17.99 for 8 delivered

gowercottagebrownies.co.uk/bro…tml
Edited by: "myusernamehasgone234" 12th Feb 2019
Thanks for sharing @rahhjarr
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People with more money than sense buy these and keep companies like this going.
Okay, I know people buy things like this for convenience and ease, but brownies are one of the easiest bakes. I’m amazed anyone would spend so much, even at this ‘reduced’ price for something like
If you want proper luxury brownies as a gift why not try firmer Masterchef winner Tim Kinnaird? He sells brownies to die for as well as fresh macarons. Would recommend as gifts or birthday treats if you want to impress. They’re all fresh ingredients and yes they’re expensive but they’re also excellent. (Not an ad, not affiliated with them, just a long term customer) macaronsandmore.com/
Nice Valentines treat! Yes, it’s expensive for cake, but a nice surprise nonetheless.
I’ve bought these before for my husband (I had some toooo 😋) who is unable to have gluten. They’re all now made gluten free.
They are amazing quality and taste SO good (really good size compared to others). They are expensive for sure but definitely a treat...
Aquaslim8 h, 26 m ago

8 quid for 6 brownies. Is it a deal? I don't think so...


People happily pay £3-4 for this at Costa
Edited by: "chocolate2010" 12th Feb 2019
imagine how many you could just bake for 8 quid
If you need vegan/gluten free, I highly recommend Bad Brownie. Mum got me a box for my birthday and it was absolute heaven
Just coincidence that these were on BBC Breakfast this morning too?:/
feltonsamantha12/02/2019 07:20

If you want proper luxury brownies as a gift why not try firmer Masterchef …If you want proper luxury brownies as a gift why not try firmer Masterchef winner Tim Kinnaird? He sells brownies to die for as well as fresh macarons. Would recommend as gifts or birthday treats if you want to impress. They’re all fresh ingredients and yes they’re expensive but they’re also excellent. (Not an ad, not affiliated with them, just a long term customer) https://www.macaronsandmore.com/


£4.95 postage is always a deal breaker when spending X amount of money.
If you live in London, you can order and collect it for free in many places. I got these two days ago, they are really rich.
I’d be happier if someone baked some brownies than wanted money on this. And ingredients would be much cheaper
don.maynard12/02/2019 08:33

imagine how many you could just bake for 8 quid



Not many if you use a good recipe/ingredients, about 8-10. If you go cheap then double it.
Edited by: "Stormpooper" 12th Feb 2019
Stormpooper12/02/2019 15:40

Not many if you use a good recipe/ingredients, about 8-10. If you go cheap …Not many if you use a good recipe/ingredients, about 8-10. If you go cheap then double it.



you could easily make more than 8 even with good ingredients
I think a lot of you are completely missing the point here.
They are 50% off the normal price. Yes you can make them cheaper at home but that is true of a lot of things, no different to someone buying a drink in a bar a fiver when you could 'make it home' for a fraction of the price. Besides the fact these aren't plain run of the mill brownies but you can get different flavours too.

Is ~£1.35 for a brownie really that extortionate? I don't think so. People pay far more in places like Pret, Starbucks and so on.
J4GG412/02/2019 13:08

£4.95 postage is always a deal breaker when spending X amount of money.


No I do understand. Just sharing an alternative that I personally find worth the money.
Anyone know why my gender is important for ordering brownies? I was tempted to buy a dozen as a Valentine's treat for myself (I'm so lonely ) but that really put me off. Any company that demands more information than it needs sends my Spidey-senses tingling.
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