Friday, December 16, 2011

Product Review: Three Senses Gourmet

I am sure I have mentioned this in the past but just to be clear, I have a major addiction to chocolate.  Always have, always will.  I also make an effort to buy all natural products for the family when possible.  I am not crazy about it, but if there is a healthier option for my children, why would I not take it?

So imagine my excitement when Three Senses Gourmet, a company that specializes in at home, gluten free desserts,  asked me to do a product review on their products, which are all made out of CHOCOLATE.  Umm, okay (as if there even was a question).  My dessert dream officially came true when the goodies showed up and my countertop was filled with brownie pops, brownie bites, whoopie pies, and, the icing on the cake, CHOCOLATE SOUFFLES (remember this post?).  They either are extremely generous or wanted to see me gain 50 lbs.  (I am guessing the first but you just never know.)

We instantly dove into the brownie pops, brownie bites and whoopie pie.


   They were all incredible!  The pie and brownies were both extremely moist and the chocolate flavor was very rich and decadent.  Some people worry about a "healthy" taste and there was little trace of it in these.  My sister loved them enough that she is thinking about using the pops instead of a cake for her wedding.  And what did the kids think?  Well, does this face answer the question?


For the souffles, I thought best to share with others.  Last night we had two couples over for dinner so I popped in both the 5 oz. souffles and the 3 oz. souffles from the freezer directly to the oven per the instructions.  No mess, no list of ingredients, just 20 minutes of patience.  The consensus?


DELISH!!  Hands down this was my favorite of all the desserts they delivered.  We all over indulged and thoroughly enjoyed it.  The cake cooked perfectly in their own individual ramekins in the time specified and had a perfect lava center.  YUMMY!  

I am a huge fan of all the products I tried and look forward to indulging in Three Senses Gourmet again. I also love that with so many Americans dealing with Celiac disease (approximately 3 million) and sensitivity to gluten, companies are listening and creating products that otherwise, these individuals would have to avoid.

If you are interested in learning more about Three Senses Gourmet, or if you would like to place an order, you can visit their website here.  If you are in Orange County, you can find their products at Promelis in Newport Beach and Irvine Ranch Market in Costa Mesa.

Disclaimer: I received these products free of charge in order to review but the opinions on these products are 100% my own.

2 comments

  1. Yum!!! The souffle looks beyond delish! Seriously - gluten free desserts? Yes please!
    :: mommy chic::

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  2. YUM! Your little girl is so cute!

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