History of the Brownie
Evidence points to Fanny Farmer, who, in 1905, adapted her chocolate cookie recipe to a bar cookie baked in a rectangular pan. The brownie is classified as a bar cookie rather than a cake. That’s because brownies are finger food, like cookies, and cake is eaten with a fork.
Some myths state that a chef accidentally added melted chocolate to some biscuits, or was making cake but didn’t have enough flour; still others say that a housewife in Bangor, Maine, forgot to add baking powder to her chocolate cake.
Brownies for your event.
As a finger food, these are a super option for simple and delicious treat for your guests.
Whether it’s a birthday party or just a family get together, Brownies from The Cakeman could be the talking point!
Available in a variety of flavours and with your favourite topping, order yours below.