What You'll Get
At first, the Aztecs punished their enemies by pouring hot chocolate down their throats, until the proud warriors found out their foes actually liked it and promptly switched to molten gold. Relive the pleasure of those lucky few conquistadors with today's deal: for $18, you get $36 worth of brownies and other sweet treats from Brownie Points, which has been featured on Food Network and the Today Show. This Groupon can be redeemed online, over the phone, or at the retail store on Westbourne Avenue.
Indulge yourself or others with gourmet brownie options such as this season's caramel apple fudge or peanut butter caramel fudge ($3.25 each), each decidedly more delectable than equally seasonal dried-leaf granola squares. New breakfast additions include cinnamon streusel and cappuccino pecan ($3.25 each), and standbys such as chocolate fudge and fudgy cookie ($3.25 each) give fans of the classics something to chew about.
Brownie Points doesn't stop with gooey gourmet chocolate squares; it also offers gourmet popcorn in equally inventive combinations such as pecan delight vanilla butter and chocolate caramel sea salt ($18 each), nestled at the flavorful center of the salty-sweet Venn dessert diagram. Chocolate-covered treats such as chocolate-caramel pretzel rods or half-dipped chocolate chip cookies ($32 each) are also up for grabs. In addition to hiring a sentient sweet tooth for consulting purposes, the husband-and-wife team behind Brownie Points further ensures satisfaction with a money-back guarantee.
Brownie Points's delectable treats have been featured on the Food Network's Secret Life of Brownies and The Best Of as well as the Today Show. Rachael Ray had Brownie Points's signature brownies as her Snack of the Day on the Rachael Ray Show. The company's romantic origins were also featured in The Columbus Dispatch.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 1, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Not valid until 12/3/10. Valid towards shipping. Ground shipping not available for AZ, FL, HI, LA, NV, NM, and TX. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.