Seattle, WA, June 06, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- What did Argentines do for a chocolate fix before Trixie tangoed into Buenos Aires? The dulce de leche -loving nation simply wasn’t aware of what they were missing until the chocoholic started satiating her yearning for high-quality chocolate by baking up brownie perfection for her friends.
After starting the revolution, Trixie returned home to Seattle and devoted herself to the cause of great brownies for everyone: all-natural, dense and intensely flavored, available throughout the US via www.trixiebakes.com as well as at several Seattle locations including the Madrona Farmer’s Market, Pauline Pastry Shop and Flying Squirrel Pizza Co.
Fueled by a constant sugar rush, Trixie spends her days meeting the movement’s demands for batches of In the Dark (original dark chocolate), Juiced Up (orange), Nut-orious (walnuts) and Dulce de Lecherous (caramel). For those who prefer their treats chocolate-free, Trixie makes an intoxicating Blonde Bombshell (brown sugar and pecans).
What does the Trixie doctrine entail? Brimming with sass, the quick-witted straight-shooter rules using only the best ingredients: heavy on the premium dark chocolate (no cocoa power for Trixie) and light on the flour and sugar. Preservatives are not welcome in Trixie’s brownie revolution. So leave the dry cakes, boring cookies, and old candy bars behind; Trixie is actively recruiting true believers of “I deserve something fabulous” at www.trixiebakes.com.
Arm yourself with gift packs of four, eight and twelve from www.TrixieBakes.com or seize sizable singles that pack a wallop from Seattle locations.
TrixieBakes creates mindblowingly intense brownies and blondies which are sold online at www.trixiebakes.com and various Seattle locations.
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