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Betty Crocker® Fudge Brownie

fudge brownie
Fudge brownie mix.

1 lb 2.3 oz, 5.1 lb (four-pack)
(29 Ratings)
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allthearts said: Posted: 4/12/2015 1:10 PM
Well, I cut the brownies with a little more ease this morning, so most were salvageable. Refrigeration seemed to help, although they had ragged edges from last night. Next time, I will refrigerate before I even attempt to cut...and will try baking at a lower temperature...but for longer.
 
allthearts said: Posted: 4/12/2015 2:39 AM
P.S.: The ingredients list for "Low-Fat Fudge" calls for 1/2 C. water, 1 T. vegetable oil, and 1 egg. In the instructions, #2 says to "...stir brownie mix, water, oil and eggs..." notice that egg is now plural.
 
allthearts said: Posted: 4/12/2015 2:22 AM
My brownies have also turned out too gooey to even cut with a plastic knife...and after they've cooled for a few hours, to boot! I followed the instructions to a T, as well, on the Betty Crocker box, but ended up baking them about 6 minutes longer since the toothpicks seemed to indicate they weren't yet done after every additional 2-minute interval. I have a new stove which chicken, beef roast, and pizza have all seemed to turn out fine, but this baking experience made me wonder if the oven is not calibrated correctly. I baked in a 13" X 9" glass baking dish and waited until the toothpick finally came out "almost clean" just 2" from the edge. But, as someone else had stated, my edges were crusty and the rest gooey. This was part of 12 dozen finger morsels I'm to take to church in the a.m. Well, It looks like I'll be cutting up watermelon and bananas to replace these 18 brownies. Thank goodness I purchased other ready-made items and didn't make brownies the main event. The mix I used was "Low-Fat Fudge." It was my thought when I saw how the brownies turned out, that what was needed (as some suggested)--a lower temperature for a longer baking time. As a last resort, I've refrigerated the brownies, so I'll see if there's any difference in the morning when I'll try to cut them one more time; I'll give feedback on what happens.
 
KathyBWV said: Posted: 3/30/2015 1:40 PM
These used to be the absolute BEST brownies ever...USED TO BE. You've changed them and it is NOT for the good. I would definitely go back to the previous recipe. I'm going to have to try some other brands now that you've changed :(
 
Cali213 said: Posted: 2/19/2015 6:20 PM
I need some serious help. For the last 6 months every time I have tried making brownies I would get some stringy plastic white pieces in my brownies. I have tried different brownie boxes different eggs and also taking out those nasty white stringy parts on a raw egg and still nothing has worked. I have made brownies for over 20 years and have never had this problem please tell me someone knows what I'm talking ,about and what to do to fix it?
 
blueeyes48 said: Posted: 2/17/2015 2:08 PM
Although it says "new look same great taste" on the box of Fudge Brownie Mix, the taste is far from being the same. I noticed it immediately, even before baking, when I licked the spoon. After baking, I took one bite and threw the whole pan away. The taste and texture were both awful. They have always been my favorite, but I'll be trying out different brands now. They certainly can't be any worse. :-(
 
briteyes79 said: Posted: 1/21/2015 5:11 PM
I used the correction suggested by 'CulinaryInstructor' below (1/4 cup oil, 1/3 cup water, & 2 eggs per box of brownie mix), and I did not experience the oily mess that others have. The final product was more than adequate. Glad I stumbled across this site first; my recipe would have been ruined!
 
Laci27 said: Posted: 1/8/2015 4:26 PM
Terrible change!!!! I only buy these brownies and they're terrible! I just figured I messed up something in the recipe, but I see here, it's BC! Change it back!
 
CulinaryInstructor said: Posted: 1/8/2015 2:28 PM
When my students began preparation of the Betty Crocker Fudge Brownie Mix we had the same gooey, oily mess that many of you did. Having more than 100 boxes of this mix donated for our annual brownie fundraiser we had to find a way to use it. After a day of experimentation we found that adding 1/4 cup oil, 1/3 cup water, 2 eggs, and baking at 350 degrees F. for 27 minutes in a conventional oven gives a satisfactory product. Hope this helps.
 
jmurphynurse said: Posted: 12/25/2014 12:54 AM
Never buy desserts as our family typically doesn't eat them. I did purchase these fudge brownies for a Christmas dessert. Late night cooking only to find out they are a joke. What an oily mess. I couldn't imagine anything with Betty Crocker could go wrong if the directions were followed to a T! Wow was I wrong! Never again. Now I will show up with no dessert because the stores will be closed to make a correction! I'm totally disgusted!!
 
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