Felix & Norton Cakes (Review)

Have you ever been so busy at work that you become completely non functional at home? That’s what’s happened to me in the last few weeks; 10 to 12 hour work days (not including my long commute) have left me completely drained. So when Monsieur Felix and Mr. Norton showed up at my door with a new product for me to review I was more than happy to dig in.

Felix and Norton is a Montreal based company that has been enticing Canadians with decadent cookies since 1985. They pride themselves on using high quality ingredients and providing customers with products that lead to what can only be described as pure joy. I’m sure you know that I usually make my own desserts, but there are times when even the most avid baker needs a little help. And in those times, it’s good to know that there are options out there at a reasonable price that are made with high quality ingredients. Felix and Norton cookies have long been a favourite treat, so I was very excited to try their new cakes. Made with 100%, pure Belgian Chocolates and no preservatives the cakes are actually layers of Monsieur Felix and Mr Norton cookies filled with buttercream or whipped cream and chocolate chunks.

These decadent cakes come in two flavours: Ebony & Ivory and Ménage-a-Trois (shown above). Ebony & Ivory is made of three layers of chocolate cookie with layers of white chocolate butter cream and whipped cream. The Ménage-a-Trois is made of three layers of chocolate chunk cookies, and layers of milk and dark chocolate butterceam. I found the first bite of the Ebony & Ivory to be a little too sweet for my taste, but my palette must have adapted because soon I was gobbling the whole thing up.  My clear favourite was the Ménage-a-Trois, the combination of the dark and milk chocolate creams with chunks of white, milk and dark chocolate is just heavenly.

The cakes cost 14.99$ and serve 6. They are available at IGA’s across Quebec in the bakery section, along with Felix and Norton’s  line of “bake your own” cookies.

Disclosure: I was provided with these cakes in exchange for writing this post. All opinions are my own. 

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3 thoughts on “Felix & Norton Cakes (Review)

    • Thibaut – Wooooaw!! Thank you so much Ann, this is gorgeous The sweet and soft corlos and bokeh, a bit of film noir, the lovely mood that you captured really even better than what we could dream of You framed our day so nicely from the early morning market to the late Dunkel-Weidfbier, even though we dragged you through the whole of Mfcnchen. I particularly love the Hasselblad pics, they came out A-MA-ZING! Like Jane, I’m blown away, and I feel so lucky that we get to figure on this film shots ;) You really made this day great, with Natalia as well, we had a great time.What else can I say but to write Wanlyn’s reaction when she saw the photos: It was really the great idea to ask Ann, there is no one else .June 13, 2012 3:53 pm

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