Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Spring has Sprung.

If you're in Australia, that is.
The sun is shining and the sky is (mostly) blue!

For me, warmer weather always brightens my mood
and my wardrobe!

I received a package from The Brittle Co and as soon as I opened the box, their bright vibrant packaging made me instantly think of Spring!

The Brittle Co's Brittle is:
- 100% Australian owned
- Made from the highest quality ingredients
- Gluten and wheat free 
- Soy free 
- Made without any artificial additives or preservatives

The brittle is made from a recipe based on a style of sweet made by convent nuns in the mountains of the Phillippines - homeland of The Brittle Co's owner, Justine.

So now I bet you're wondering.. Did the nuns get it right?

Oh yes they did.
 The Cashew Brittle is rich and buttery with generous chunks of raw cashews 
and the Almond Brittle balances out the sweetness with diced natural almonds.

The brittle is wafer thin so you still get the crunch without having to make an appointment with your dentist!
It literally melts in your mouth and tastes just like old fashioned homemade brittle.

The Peanut Brittle was my favourite with the tonne of peanuts scattered through the rich caramel base
and the Macadamia Brittle was a hit with macadamia fans with its generous chunks of raw Queensland Macadamias.

The Brittles would be a perfect Christmas gift 
and they're delicious as an anytime treat or crumbled over ice cream and added to desserts.

The Brittle Co brittle is available at a number of local Supermarkets, Delis and other stockists as well as on their website.
If you want to find your closest stockist, send an email to:

So tell me,
What's your go-to present when you haven't a clue what to buy someone?Chocolate? Flowers? Something funny?

Kristy received Brittle Co brittle courtesy of
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  1. Ooohh...I don't think I have a go-to-present when I can't think of anything- probably a wallet or jewellery for girls? Or I bake them I cake if I have time ;)

    I just had sesame brittle for the first time a couple of days ago, and i loved it! I love the sound of these ones- I want to try every flavour!!

  2. I usually bake for my extended family at Christmas because we don't usually give presents - so I've made plenty of batches of gingerbread or rocky road, wrapped up in pretty little noodle boxes :P

    Sesame brittle sounds delicious!