Since sampling their brownies at the Sunset Valley Farmer’s Market, I’ve had my eye on this company called Treasured Earth Foods, a small family company who make nutritious baked goods in a commercial kitchen and sell them in a booth on the north end of the market.
We go to the Sunset Valley market all the time, but I didn’t know about Treasured Earth until I got an email from a reader who’d tried one of their brownies. She couldn’t remember the name of the vendor, only that they made these excellent brownies made with vegetables. So on our next trip to the market we hunted down the booth, spoke with the Mr. Treasured Earth (Mrs. Treasured Earth was home baking more brownies) and mentioned we’d heard how good their brownies were. Mr. Treasured Earth seemed genuinely happy to hear word was getting around.
What’s amazing is the brownies are made almost entirely of wholesome ingredients The label says agave nectar, sweet potato, egg white, walnuts, coco, carrots, beets, pumpkin, celery, spinach, garbanzo bean flour, arrowroot flour, vanilla, cream of tartar and salt. So they aren’t vegan, but they are wheat free. I’ve discovered they also freeze very well, so if you buy a package you can keep it around for a while if you just want an occasional treat.
So if you happen to find yourself at the Sunset Valley Farmer’s Market (a must-visit place if are in Austin for the weekend!) check out their booth.
I’ve been following their web page and it looks like they are finally taking orders for selected products. I don’t see an order form for the brownies quite yet, but you could try to place on anyway.