Imagine Fairytale Brownies delivering delicious treats for 24 years, and then switching delivery to T-shirts instead. Although we have amazing people working here, the transition from brownies to T-shirts would be a tough one. Mistakes would be made.
Such is a similar experience in the movie, "Storks." A baby-delivery company converts its business to an internet retail parcel delivery service, but accidentally creates a baby who secretly needs to be delivered.
"Storks" is now out on Digital HD,* and will be out on Blu-Ray on 12/20. Fairytale Brownies, Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. and RatPac-Dune Entertainment LLC are partnering in a Special Delivery Giveaway for "Storks" on Digital HD and a Fairytale Dozen. The giveaway can be found on Fairytale's Facebook page via Rafflecopter today and 12/20, 12/27 and 12/28. We will award a total of 20 gifts throughout the four-day giveaway, so you will have a chance to win each day.
*MUST REDEEM DIGITAL HD PROMOTIONAL CODE BY 12/31/17....Read More
With the holidays fast approaching, businesses are thinking about how to thank their clients, customers and vendors for their support throughout the year.
When sending a food gift, companies not only want something that is delicious, and packaging that is attractive, they prefer the ordering process to be easy and their gift to be memorable. Fairytale Brownies meets these requirements.
Fairytale's gourmet brownies, chewy cookies and buttery bars are baked with the finest ingredients like pure creamery butter, farm-fresh AA eggs, and Callebaut Belgian dark chocolate, and are certified kosher for dairy. Our gift packaging is custom designed with both the consumer and the business buyer in mind. Custom Holiday and Christmas gifts feature the company's full-color logo so the recipients definitely will know who to thank when they taste the individually wrapped fudgy brownies inside.
Placing large orders couldn't be easier. Just fill out the spreadsheet and send it in. We do the rest.
We are getting ready for our Playdate/Open House on Thursday and we can't wait for our Fairytale Friends to join us.
This year's theme for the event focuses on PLAY because we are building a playground with our national nonprofit KaBOOM! for Arizona Autism Charter School in Phoenix.
The biggest draw for our fans is our $1 "imperfect" brownies, cookies and bars. The treats taste delicious, they just don't meet Fairytale's standards for looking perfect. All proceeds from the $1 sale will go the playground which will be built in March 2017. Please be aware that availability of every flavor is not guaranteed with these "imperfect" treats.
Because the $1 treats are such a hit, there usually is a wait to purchase them. But don't worry, you will have options to make the time go by. Throw some bean bags through the Brownie Guy's belly; hula hoop to some tunes; or throw whiffle balls into a bucket to win fudgy brownies.
Thursday's event begins at 3 p.m. The first 100 people attending will receive...Read More
Fairytale Brownies Co-founders David Kravetz and Eileen Spitalny, friends since kindergarten, began their business in 1992 armed with an old family brownie recipe and the desire to create a brand, be their own bosses and do something fun. They wanted to be the Ben & Jerry's of brownies. So, with no baking skills, but an awesome brownie recipe, they did it! They learned and listened, and now Fairytale bakes 7 million brownies a year, and is still growing. Fairytale Brownies celebrates 24 years in business this week, and I have to say - I'm so glad that David and Eileen learned how to bake brownies and chose to share them with the world.
And boy, have they've been sharing! From our humble beginnings and samplings at farmer's markets and local street festivals, to our presentations at the Cannes Film Festival, Fairytale Brownies has become a favorite mail order gift among brownie lovers, dessert lovers and chocolate lovers alike. Although many people know about our gourmet treats, our work...Read More
Happy 112th birthday, to my favorite author from childhood, Dr. Seuss!
Although Theodor Seuss Geisel passed away in 1991, his books remain a part of children's lives today. I don't think there is an adult alive who doesn't smile when thinking about the Cat in the Hat, Horton, or the Grinch, Here's a Fairytale birthday wish dedicated Dr. Seuss (never as good as the master, of course!).
If I had Dr. Seuss' address, I'd send him a gourmet chocolate gift
that would surely give him a much-needed lift.
Fudge brownies, gourmet brownies, care packages of pure enchantment.
He would open the box and wonder from who on earth this gift was sent.
Then he'd taste a brownie, or two, or more,
and wonder why he never heard of Fairytale before.
He'll jump with delight, he'll smile a giant smile.
Fairytale Brownies will put the "happy" back in birthday - a feeling not felt in awhile.
As he licks his fingers and finishes every last crumb,
he'll say, "These are the best brownies! How can I get more to come?"
I can't believe that 10 years ago last month, we had our groundbreaking ceremony to begin building the Fairytale Brownies Bakery in Phoenix.
As with all groundbreakings, we began with fresh dirt and a few shovels.
Of course, just to be a little bit different, OUR shovels had to be painted Fairytale purple.
Fairytale Brownies co-founders Eileen Spitalny and David Kravetz, along with our team leaders and special VIPs took turns turning the soil for the photographer.
Fairytale team members, family and other invited guests enjoyed a light breakfast with Eileen and David before ending the celebration with a toast - with brownies and milk.
It was a Fairytale morning.
Looking for a party giveaway that also can be used as a decoration or table favor at your next Halloween get together?
You have some adorable Silly Brownie Spiders to creep all over the place.
Here is what you will need:
1 bulk package of Magic Morsel Fairytale Brownies (36), any flavor (we used Original).
Black pipe cleaners
Double-sided tape and regular tape
Step 1: To create the spider's legs, take 3 pipe cleaners, spread them like a star, and tape them to the back of the Magic Morsel package.
Step 2: Hold the outer end of each pipe cleaner "leg" down with two fingers of one hand. Using your other hand, bend the rest of the pipe cleaner towards your fingers to create "knees." Repeat with each pipe cleaner.
Step 3: You will notice that our spider only has six legs. We did that on purpose. The Magic Morsel...Read More
I experienced my first Fairytale Brownie 10 years ago this month. I had just interviewed for my position here and was told I could choose any flavor brownie to take with me. Although there were 12 flavors screaming my name, creamy Peanut Butter shouted the loudest.
I was going to wait until I got home at the end of the day to share the giant 3" x 3" dark chocolate square with my husband and children. But as I headed to work from the interview, that Peanut Butter brownie was too tempting to be ignored. I didn't just take a bite... I ate the whole thing! I told myself that I was conducting market research. Then I reasoned that the brownie was breakfast. Then I accepted facts: The fudge brownie was heavenly, and I was hooked.
Although we will be retiring our Peanut Butter Brownie and Peanut...Read More
As America celebrates Independence Day on July 4, small businesses around the country will celebrate "Independents Week" from Saturday through July 5.
Fairytale Brownies is proud to be a part of Local First Arizona's celebration of Independents Week. Customers will receive a 20% discount on purchases made at the Fairytale Bakery when they show their Golden Coupon from Local First Arizona; or use the code LOCAL20 at checkout when ordering brownie gifts online. This discount cannot be combined with any other offers or specials.
The Fairytale Bakery is open from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday, and is located at 4610 E. Cotton Center Blvd. Ste. 100, Phoenix (46th Street and Broadway).
Of course, you can shop our web site - brownies.com - any time.
There are a number of local businesses participating in Independents Week with a variety of offers, but the Golden Coupon is key to receiving your discount. Don't forget to print it out (or at least have it on your smart phone to show) to...Read More
Our Moms taught us the importance of the thank-you note - heartfelt gratitude for kindness shown. It's just good manners.
When it comes to business, thank-you notes are a must - especially when a customer or client refers your business. They are paying you the ultimate compliment. They value your service, trust you and your product, and have confidence in your abilities.
Why not express your gratitude for their referral with a little more than just a thank-you note?
I recommend a food gift like gourmet brownies from Fairytale Brownies. Think about it. You can't go wrong with a food gift because everyone eats! If you discover your recipient doesn't care for fudge brownies, send chewy cookies or buttery bars instead.
Referrals are strong business builders. When a client or customer tells their friend about your awesome service or product, they not only are advertising for you, they're building your reputation as a trusted and valued business.
The clients don't have to say a word about your...Read More
I would thank you from the bottom of my heart, but for you my heart has no bottom. - Author Unknown
We all have at least one teacher in our lives who holds a special place. Maybe he took the extra time to explain calculus so you wouldn't fail math class; maybe her sense of humor made you forget you were learning; maybe he challenged you with difficult exams so you would reach deep within and know how to produce more when needed.
We celebrate those wonderful influencers during the first week of May for Teacher Appreciation Week. Flowers, crafts, gift cards, poems, and coffee mugs are just some of gifts we give to those who inspire and motivate. I may be partial, but I think food gifts - specifically gourmet brownie gifts - are the best way to show your appreciation.
Fairytale Brownies offers elegant favor boxes filled with your choice of three sizes of individually wrapped fudge brownies... a perfect snack while grading papers or for an anytime treat. The box is beautiful, the brownies are...Read More
Cookie dough is all the rage these days. The Roasting Plant coffee shop in downtown Detroit has hopped on the bandwagon with gourmet cookie dough shots.
As described in an article in the Detroit Free Press, “The uncooked dough balls, studded with chunks of dark chocolate, are sold in shot-glass-sized plastic cups in a cooler in front of the shop's cash registers.”
Small shots, the equivalent of half a cookie, are $1.49. Large shots, equal to a whole cookie, cost $2.49.
As we posted earlier this year, the USDA warned consumers on Twitter: “Don’t eat the raw dough! It contains uncooked eggs that may contain Salmonella bacteria.” But don’t worry about these cookie dough shots being a threat to your health.
Shop manager Kristen Wing has taken this into consideration, as she explained to the Detroit Free Press. “The cookie dough is the same as the cookies, except it's made with pasteurized eggs so it won't make you sick,” Wing said.
Given that, stop by the Roasting Plant and grab a gourmet...Read More
I remember playing on the swing set in my uncle's yard with my two sisters. Because I was the youngest, I had to use the swing with "safety" seat so I wouldn't fall out. This seat was wooden with a sliding bar that often stuck when you were trying to get in or out of it.
As some children do, my sisters liked to swing as high as they could, and then jump off into the air. Such thrill seekers they were! I wanted to be one, too.
The girls jumped off their swings many times, and as they did, two of the metal poles of the swing set would come out of the ground. Each time I saw this, I would worry that we were going to tip over. My sisters reassured me that EVERY swing set did this... I was such a baby.
Then my sisters took one final swing and one final leap. Of course, the swing set tipped over with me still sitting in my safety seat. I'm sure they were thankful they weren't the ones imprisoned on the ground with an overturned swing set collapsed around them. They were concerned I wasn't hurt....Read More
With the blogosphere cranking out so many amazing recipes on a daily basis, it’s hard to keep up.
However, if you also like to roll up your sleeves and get to work in the kitchen, then you’re in luck. Nettie Moore of Moore or Less Cooking Food Blog recently rounded up 13 knock-your-socks-off brownie recipes for a slideshow in Parade’s Community Table.
Here are five recipes from the list (with Nettie’s delicious descriptions) that really caught our eye.