Remember how I said that Breyers Vanilla Caramel Brownie was kind of boring and in desperate need of more brownie bits? Well, I found the solution to my problem. Sure, it's a bit like using a sledge hammer to drive in small finishing nails, but at least it gets the job done.
Describing them is a little tough. Now you will find them in the refridgerated section of the grocery store and personally, I've never really eaten refridgerated brownies. I mean, I've had the cold brownies you find in DQ treats, but that's it. I leave my brownies out so they are room temp (well, if I haven't eaten them all when they are still warm and fresh from the oven). So my intial impression is that of a cold, somewhat dried out, brownie bite with a crackable shell. It's definitely not an ooey gooey, oily brownie, and it's not like eating a bite of fudge, though I guess fudge can be a little dry too depending on how it's made. Basically, the coldness and the somewhat dry texture make them seem like they aren't that fresh. Now all in all these bites aren't bad, but I'm certainly not head over heels for them. Maybe you can warm them up, but it said ready to eat, so I ate them!
Conclusion: Sweet moments is something you'll pick up once to try, but I don't see repetitive purchases in my future. (I also have the big heatable version in my fridge, we'll review those soon)