Brownie Heaven Chocolate Brownie Scotch Eggs | Review + Giveaway

You might be wondering why I’m sharing chocolate eggs with you now, on Good Friday, when it’s a little late to get your hands on them in time? But the good news is that Brownie Heaven sell their amazing eggs all year round, so if you didn’t get the egg of your dreams this Easter, why not make up for it by ordering one of these beauties for yourself?!

I’ve been seeing a few of these brownie-coated egg creations recently but Brownie Heaven have been making them since 2010 and believe they are the original brownie egg baker! Their Chocolate Brownie Scotch Eggs are made by wrapping a Cadbury’s Creme Egg, Cadbury’s Caramel Egg or Ferrero Rocher in a thick layer of chocolate brownie mixture and baking it in an egg shape. The Creme egg ones are dusted in biscuit crumbs, the Caramel egg version are coated in salty pretzels and the Ferrero Rocher eggs are coated in crushed Ferrero Rocher chocolates.

Brownie Heaven’s range also includes regular brownies, not just plain chocolate ones but a riot of flavours including Chocolate Chilli, Cognac Truffle, Dr Pepper flavour, Irish Whiskey, Milk Chocolate Chip, Rocky Road, Salted Caramel, Sticky Peanut Butter and more. Brownie Heaven have been making and selling their brownies since 2007, starting in their coffee shop and catering business in East Yorkshire, before expanding to food festivals and markets, before finally setting up their website for online mail order.

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They usually sell their Chocolate Brownie Scotch Eggs in boxes of four of one type, but recently sent me a mixed box for review with two Scotch Cream Eggs, one Salted Pretzel Scotch Caramel Egg and one Ferrero Scotch Brownie Eggcelente. A box of four Cadbury’s Creme Egg Chocolate Brownie Scotch Eggs or Ferrero Rocher Chocolate Brownie Scotch Eggs retails for £22.95, a box of Salted Pretzel Caramel Scotch Eggs is £23.95 and both prices include courier delivery in the UK.

I thought these were great fun, and a really unusual idea too, even if they’ve been much copied since. The brownie is dense and rich, so a quarter or half egg at a time is plenty, which means you can share these with a friend or just eke them out for a week! We shared ours with some friends who also really enjoyed them.

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GIVEAWAY

Brownie Heaven are offering one mixed box of Chocolate Brownie Scotch Eggs to a reader of Kavey Eats. The box will contain two Scotch Cream Eggs, one Salted Pretzel Scotch Caramel Egg and one Ferrero Scotch Brownie Eggcelente and includes delivery to a UK address.

HOW TO ENTER

You can enter the giveaway in 2 ways – entering both ways increases your chances of winning:

Entry 1 – Blog Comment
If you were designing a new brownie for Brownie Heaven, what would you put in the centre of a Chocolate Brownie Scotch Egg?

Entry 2 – Twitter
Follow both @Kavey and @brownieheaven on Twitter. Existing followers are, of course, welcome to enter! Then tweet the exact sentence (shown in italics) below.
I’d love to win a box of Chocolate Brownie Scotch Eggs by @BrownieHeaven from Kavey Eats! http://bit.ly/KaveyEatsBH #KaveyEatsBrownieHeaven
(Do not add my twitter handle or any other twitter handle to the beginning of the tweet or your entry will be considered invalid.
Please don’t leave a blog comment about your tweet either; I track twitter entries using the competition hash tag.)

RULES, TERMS & CONDITIONS

  • The deadline for entries is midnight GMT Friday 6th May 2016.
  • The two winners will be selected from all valid entries using a random number generator.
  • Entry instructions form part of the terms and conditions.
  • Where prizes are to be provided by a third party, Kavey Eats accepts no responsibility for the acts or defaults of that third party.
  • The prize is a Brownie Heaven box containing two Scotch Cream Eggs, one Salted Pretzel Scotch Caramel Egg and one Ferrero Scotch Brownie Eggcelente. Delivery to a UK address is included.
  • The prize is offered by Brownie Heaven and cannot be redeemed for a cash value.
  • One blog entry per person only. One Twitter entry per person only. You may enter both ways but you do not have to do so for each individual entry to be valid.
  • For Twitter entries, entrants must be following @Kavey and @brownieheaven at the time of notification.
  • Blog comment entries must provide a valid email address for contact.
  • The winners will be notified by email or Twitter so please make sure you check relevant accounts for the notification message.
  • If no response is received from a winner within 10 days of notification, the prize will be forfeit and a new winner will be picked and contacted.

Kavey Eats received a review box of Chocolate Brownie Scotch Eggs from Brownie Heaven.

The winner of the giveaway was Lindsey Stuart.

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174 Comments to "Brownie Heaven Chocolate Brownie Scotch Eggs | Review + Giveaway"

  1. Lindsey Stuart

    I would add a nice lemon centre! Lemon is always something I think of during spring! Very refreshing 🙂

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  2. Shezza

    I’m torn between something fudgy (a Finger of Fudge even), or dark chocolate ganache and black cherries. I know my Mum couldn’t resist the chocolate/cherry combo.

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  3. Katie Simmonds

    I know it’s probably impossible but I love the thought of ice-cream in the centre x

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  4. Heidi Roberts

    I don’t like runny eggs so never eat Scotch eggs – these are likely to be the only ones I would gladly eat!!

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  5. janet humphrey

    i would think an interesting marmalade like lime in the centre would be a fab addition to a Chocolate Brownie Scotch Egg

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  6. Lorraine Wraight

    I’m torn between white chocolate like a white chocolate Lindor or custard. Yum!

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  7. Karen Pemberton

    A luscious tangy raspberry or orange goo … Or a dark chocolate ganache with a hint of chilli and spice..

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  8. Heather Macklin

    Mini eggs – the crisp shell would make a lovely contrasting texture, and the flavour would be gorgeous.

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  9. Lisa Williams

    I would put a matcha cream inside I think the bitterness of the matcha flavour would go really well with the sweet chocolate 🙂 YUM!

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  10. m knight

    I’d put mint fondant (like inside mint Fry’s chocolate bars) in the middle

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  11. Emily

    I’d love cherrys and a soft hazelnut (like nutella but not as sweet!) in mine <3

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  12. Emily Clark

    I’d put one of those lovely Lindt balls in the middle, with the melting centre. Then with the brownie around it, and on the outside some Oreo biscuit crumbs!

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  13. Ani Costa

    I’d put a light marshmallow fluff and gooey custard filling in the middle!Like a fried egg,geddit?

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  14. Alexis Pettie

    I’ve got two ideas and I can’t decide which one, Strawberry and balsamic mousse or White choc and raspberry mousse. I think it would be an interesting alternative

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  15. lee woodward

    Ooh definately some chocolate ganache with a hint of lemon and honeysuckle

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  16. Mary Baldwin

    My favourite chocolates are liquer soaked chocolate cherries, so one of these inside would be fab.

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  17. claire sen

    I’d put a strawberry in it! chocolate and strawberries = heaven

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  18. Kayley Hill

    mine would be a melted white chocoate lindor ball yum yum xx

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  19. Georgina Sudron

    Half a creme egg as it would look like a real scotch egg

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  20. Elizabeth Gurney

    I’d put some baileys liqueur – obviously for the adults version!

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  21. Rebecca Howells (@PeanutHog)

    A coffee mocha fondant around a coffee bean centre

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  22. Susan B

    I would put a big fat juicy marshmallow that had been dipped in caramel.

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  23. Naomi Charles

    nougat with caramel covered nuts, (like a snickers) malteesers or a walnut whip

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  24. Samantha Bolter

    chocolate ganache with a little chilli I would add a little orange to the outer shell too yummylicious!

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  25. Maxine Owen

    I would add a strawberry liquid like you get in Quality Street sweets.

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  26. Marrian

    A Lindt Lindor chocolate or peanut butter – or even cashew butter, yum!

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  27. Toria

    A booze-soaked plum. It’s a slightly softer taste than cherry, but oh-so-scrummy.

    And I know I’m going to sound a bit odd, but I’d also try a bacon one. Bacon bits in cupcakes can work really well, the salty to the sweet. I can actually imagine it going well with brownie.

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  28. Victoria Prince

    I’d put marshmallow in 🙂 so many possibilities, they sound absolutely incredible!

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  29. DawnLouise Millmoor

    A gooey dark cherry sauce with a cherry in the centre.

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  30. Carrie Talbot-Ashby

    I would make some ice-cream bread balls! They are delicious! Then coated in your gorgeous chocolate….extremely toothsome! x

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  31. Zara Goodier

    Reese’s peanut butter cups with stick peanut butter brownie. Heaven!

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  32. Nicky J

    I’d put turkish delight at the centre of a brownie scotch egg – it would be magnificent!

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  33. Alenah Jones

    Ohhh yummy! A white chocolate truffle or some fluffy marshmallow. Good luck everyone 🙂

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  34. Catherine Gregory

    A solid toffee so it would melt as it cooks and leak into the brownie

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  35. Pam Lawrence

    I think I would design a passion fruit flavoured paté de fruit, really intensely flavoured, for the centre of my brownie scotch egg

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