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Betty Crocker® Fudge Brownie

fudge brownie
Fudge brownie mix.

1 lb 2.3 oz, 5.1 lb (four-pack)
(22 Ratings)
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shawnmharrington said: Posted: 10/15/2014 8:53 AM
I have to agree with the other recent commenters: SOMETHING has definitely changed here! I made these last night, and they don't even LOOK right! Why in the world was it necessary to change things???
 
fleur053 said: Posted: 10/8/2014 7:26 AM
I am writing this complaint because I am so very disappointed that you have changed your box recipe. I have for years used the "traditional chewy brownie mix" I called and you told me that the new box would not say it but it was the exact same. I beg to differ, I picked up the "Fudge Brownine Mix" and it was not chewy. It was cake like. My family complained that this was different and not the same. It was cake like. We all like the "chewy". I don't know why you felt you had to remove the "traditional chewy" from the label. This made it so easy to get or find at the grocers and also when others asked I would tell them it had to say traditional chewy on the box. I have been using this for well over 30 years and I would like to ask for you to bring it back along with the "chewy" original recipe. On another note I don't like the new look, I prefer the red box look better. Thank you
 
msch said: Posted: 9/22/2014 7:48 PM
I sent an email to the company about how bad the "new" recipe is for Betty Crocker's fudge brownies, received a message back, and talked with someone over the phone last week. Though they listened, I did not get any explanation of why the recipe on the box changed, or if it was even correct. I found another box of Betty Crocker fudge brownie mix in the cupboard tonight. I was going to throw it out, but tried making it with what I think was the old recipe -- 1/4 cup water, 1/3 cup oil, and 2 eggs. Much better!!! I truly think the 2/3 cup oil called for on the box must be a misprint or mistake.
 
tmichel said: Posted: 9/22/2014 1:51 PM
Well, I guess the responses below answer my question. The 2/3 cup of oil MUST be a misprint on the box. I made two boxes on Saturday and each came out an oily mess. Has the company responded to this in any way? I kept my boxes, just in case replacements would be offered.
 
Linda1mom said: Posted: 9/13/2014 5:47 AM
I just bought 4 boxes last night, to make for our school cheerleaders bake sale/car wash.. WHAT THE HELL DID THEY DO TO THE MIX???! I prepared them as directed and wound up with a horrible, gloopy mess. The ingredient count is way off. Eager to see how they turn out, but I'm reserving two boxes to send back to Betty Crocker. So disappointed with this company.
 
msch said: Posted: 9/7/2014 3:20 PM
What happened?!?!!? I used to be known for my "famous" brownies at reunions, potlucks, work, birthdays, home, etc. For years and years I have used the Betty Crocker Fudge Brownie mix, and it has always been perfect -- whether plain, or with some walnuts thrown in, or with some chocolate frosting. I made a batch today, and they were awful. There are air bubbles and an oily sheen on top. They are a disappointment and I would be embarrassed to offer them to anyone! Ironically, the picture on the box cover looks like the "old" version of the recipe. My question is this: Is the mix inside the box still the same, and is there an error in what to add to the mix? (For example, I don't ever remember using 2/3 cup oil. It seems like this used to be only 1/3.) Or, has the mix in the box, itself, undergone some sort of change? Help, please, or I will definitely be switching brands for good.
 
clou15 said: Posted: 8/14/2014 9:31 AM
I have been making brownies for years and have never had them turn out as bad as these. I thought that I may have done something wrong. I made them again and the same thing happened. We were not able to eat them and I have 4 more boxes. What a waste!!!!!!
 
maillady05 said: Posted: 8/10/2014 7:25 AM
Very disappointing! These are the brownies my kids grew up with and our friends and family would request at gatherings. I would use this mix for cream cheese, caramel or cookie dough brownies. NEVER a leftover. My newlywed daughter was excited to make for husband. Failed, so I tried standard recipe on box, failed. Horrible! Cakey, dry, little chocolate flavor, not sweet. Will not buy again until I see a box saying "Original Recipe" You failed us, Betty!! Pillsbury here I come...
 
LJaree said: Posted: 8/1/2014 4:40 PM
I guess I have a old package cause mine are delicious.
 
zaraea said: Posted: 7/28/2014 9:44 PM
So irritated with this brownie mix! 2/3 cup of oil... really??? I thought it seemed strange, but choose to trust the box. I used it in a recipe, so not only did I waste the mix and all the ingredients for the mix, I also wasted all the ingredients that were in the recipe. This will most likely be the last Betty Crocker product I purchase.
 
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