Gold and Browne’s

Gold & Browne’s (or ‘G&B’ as we are known at home) are a small family run business working from our home kitchen in Co. Antrim, Northern Ireland.  The business was born from a love of home baking and with many of the wider G&B family loving our homemade brownies…..”they are delicious, so gooey, you really should be selling them”. So in early 2021 after a coffee and brownie fuelled afternoon chat around the kitchen table, a huge leap of faith was taken and hey presto ‘Gold & Browne’s’ was born.


Every glorious batch of cocoa rich chocolate brownies are made at home by our star in the kitchen ‘Angela’, who is the inspiration behind ‘G&B’. Angela sources all of the ingredients herself, from the finest Belgian chocolate, gluten free flour to the locally produced free range eggs and butter. With a magical baker’s touch, she lovingly mixes, bakes and creates each and every single brownie.


Standing proudly beside Angela is her husband Adrian. Not so handy in the kitchen, he deals with the marketing, sales and distribution side of the business.


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Angela Patterson


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