CITY PEEK Favorites: Natasha’s Just Brittle-it's like the Fruit of the Month Club, but sweeter!

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One of my Newest CITY PEEK Favorites: Natasha’s Just Brittle

Natasha’s Just Brittle, an online Baltimore artisan gourmet treat business has announced its official launch of its Brittle Club, a monthly subscription service. Natasha’s Just Brittle was established in 2007 after Ms. Natasha Brown Wainworth enlisted children from her daycare, Progress Place Learning Center to participate in a bake sale. Among all of the treats, Natasha’s brittle out sold the other products and was a constant request from parents long after the project ended.  Soon after, Natasha created an all-natural brittle product and Natasha’s Just Brittle was born.


"My brittle  is slowly cooked with all fresh ingredients, including a secret blending of organic sugar, salted butter, fresh nuts, sea salt and a few other ingredients. My recipe does not incorporate corn syrup like most brittles and has no preservatives, artificial coloring or flavoring. Each brittle has its own unique recipe blending different extracts and spices to get the most flavors from the nut that is used," Natasha states. She even recommends freezing it for up to two months. You know, late night cravings!


As Natasha transitioned her daycare business into a “green” environment, she began incorporating more organic fruits and vegetables into the daily diet of the children and her family as well.  Creating an all-natural brittle product paired with sweetness she fulfilled the need to provide the healthiest ingredients for her family and the children she helped to develop each day, Her recipe showcases the cashew instead of the peanut. Move over Mr Peanut. 


The brittle baker also offer a wide variety of interesting blends and flavors for brittle like Mayland's own "Old Bay" to apples and spice, "Famous Amos Cookies," pumpkin spice, trail mix and seasonal flavors. With so many flavors available, the owner Natasha Wainwright thought it would make perfect sense to offer customers a chance to try different flavors every month along with some of her other specialties including gourmet popcorn and chocolate.


Every month, Natasha’s Just Brittle will mail its subscribers a selection of gourmet brittle. Subscribers can personalize their boxes by choosing the treats they prefer. Wainwright says, “We let our customers choose what they like because we know that will keep them coming back”.  Three month, six month and yearly subscriptions are available. If the subscriber likes the samples received, they can purchase full-sized products directly from The first Brittle Boxes will be sent out May 15th.

Natasha is trying to get on Shark Tank. Help her if you like.



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