Friday, June 27, 2008
Goodness For the Cause
Imagine eating a brownie, or two, and feeling really good about it. (And okay, just for the record...maybe these aren't exactly the kind of "feel good" brownies you might remember from the 60s, 70s and 80s.)
In any case, the good people at Greyston Bakery have just introduced the Do-Goodie Brownie, a 100% all natural treat made with real Belgian chocolate and free range eggs.
All profits go to the Greyston Foundation, an integrated network of organizations that assist in providing jobs, childcare, health services and employment opportunities for those on the road to self-sufficiency.
By the way, Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield the co-creators of Ben & Jerry's ice cream swear that these are the only brownies they ever eat. And with names like Chocolate Fudge, Walnut Fudge, and Brown Sugar Blondie, I think I can understand why.
They're priced at $2.49 per brownie and can be purchased in New York City Markets such as Balducci's, Food Emporium, and Gristedes. Or, you can find them
I ate my first Chocolate Fudge Do-Goodie last night, and as promised, I'm feeling "guilt free" and good all over.
Really, I am.