Chuao Chocolatier, a chocolate company, has announced its Artisan Chocolate Brownie Mix is on shelves at Crate and Barrel stores in the U.S.
Offered in three flavors, including Abuela, Spicy Maya and Winter, the brownies are based on Chuao’s hot chocolate mixes.
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“I was delighted to develop a multi-dimensional brownie mix that blends Chuao’s signature flavors into a rich dessert that is perfect for every day of the week,” said master chef Michael Antonorsi, co-founder of Chuao Chocolatier.
The Spicy Maya flavor incorporates the combination of chiles, spices and chocolate that has been a cherished flavor of the ancient Mayan culture for more than 3,000 years, the company says.
The Winter flavor infuses dark chocolate with the spices of ginger, nutmeg, cinnamon, clove and pepper.
The Abuela mix, according to the company, calls to mind the traditions passed from generation to generation, where a grandmother’s gourmet touch brought out the rich flavors of Venezuelan bittersweet chocolate.
Each brownie mix comes with a separate packet of sugar and spice topping based on the flavor. The topping can be sprinkled on the brownie through a decorative cacao pod stencil.
Available now in Crate and Barrel stores across the U.S., Chuao Chocolatier Artisan Chocolate Brownie Mix is offered for $12.95. They also will be available at Chuao Chocolatier retail outlets and online at www.chuaochocolatier.com.
Chuao Chocolatier, located in Carlsbad, Calif., is a leading artisan chocolatier founded by Master Chef Michael Antonorsi and his brother CEO Richard Antonorsi in 2002.