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Betty Crocker® Original Supreme Brownie

Betty Crocker Original Supreme Brownies
Supreme brownie mix with pouch of chocolate flavor syrup.

1 lb 2.4 oz
(71 Ratings)
Member Reviews (182)

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nolongercustomer said: Posted: 8/17/2014 8:49 PM
Wow, congratulations on ruining the Supreme Brownie Mix. Yuck! That's the last time I buy one of your mixes. I already don't buy your frosting, Duncan Hines is much better.
 
hoosierdeb said: Posted: 8/16/2014 7:29 PM
Very disappointed that you would choose making more money over quality. A perfect example of what USA corporate America is coming to. The brownie mix is terrible.
 
BIGbrownielover said: Posted: 7/15/2014 3:58 PM
Attn: Ann W.H. Simonds, President, Baking Products, GM--please help!!! Fudge Brownies have changed and they are really bad--we have been enjoying them for over 20 years and something has happened--Please investigate this--Thanks so much!!!!
 
Wendy55 said: Posted: 7/13/2014 1:52 PM
These brownies are awful!! I have been making these for 30years and on a regular basis. My kids grew up on these. The last couple of times I made them they have not been right. Dry, not chewy, not very chocolate tasting. I thought I was doing something wrong, is why I tried again. I have figured out that you have made these cheap!! and not as good. After reading the other comments I see I am right. Shame on you. I'll give Ghiraidelli mix a try.
 
OnceSupreme said: Posted: 7/5/2014 1:57 PM
Rarely comment concerning products, but had to add my GREAT disappointment with the Supreme Brownie changes! Have been using them for over 30 years, and have always heard "BEST BROWNIES EVER!!!", "May I have the recipe?"! They have even disappeared before the meal at picnics! But, no more! Now, it's "Something's not quite right with the brownies..."! Will be looking for a new brand or going to scratch!!!
 
consumer333 said: Posted: 7/4/2014 8:49 AM
I've used OSB for 15 years and make the best brownies with it. the new mix is BAD. made a pan yesterday and 3/4 weren't eaten by a yard full of teenage boys. Dry, cake like, and barely taste like chocolate.. li
 
TINKTINK2014 said: Posted: 7/3/2014 11:54 PM
HATING THE NEW BROWNIES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!I PUT THE MIN THE OVEN AT 11:15 P.M. IT'S 12:51 A.M. AND THEY STILL ARE NOT DONE......BUT I AM....STICK A FORK IN ME.....THERE GOES MONEY DOWN THE DRAIN
 
speechless5555 said: Posted: 6/19/2014 9:35 AM
I want to echo the sentiments of the other posters in this list. WHY WOULD YOU CHANGE A RECIPE THAT HAS BEEN USED FOR 30 YEARS? I have to believe if this was a cost savings measure that we'd pay more to retain consistency, and if it was substituted ingredients for "healthier" reasons, remember, this is a BROWNIE mix, not an every day food. This is a debacle, bigger than Coke vs New Coke (already mentioned) because at least New Coke was drinkable, the product here is borderline inedible. Also adjusting the oil and water doesn't do anything but make it worse, tried it, don't bother. I feel like you've taken away a part of my childhood.
 
notabaker2013 said: Posted: 6/6/2014 6:59 PM
I recently bought new brownie mix and was so disappointed with the results. I thought that it was something I had done wrong, and so I tried another pan. Same, awful brownies. Not only that,but the little "book" to the left which displays pan size and cook time was difficult to find, and hard to read. Why would you put the cooking directions in such a funky place ??? A couple of days ago, I stumbled upon a store with the "old" brownie mix, and bought two boxes. I made the brownies and they were great ! What's the status here ? I have been using the Supreme browning mix for decades, and was saddened when the box size was reduced to make an 8 x 8 rather than 9 x 13 pan of brownies. But, I can deal with that. Please, is there anything we can do to get the orininal mix returned to the shelves ? Thanks "not a baker"
 
Brownies03 said: Posted: 6/5/2014 8:56 PM
I have purchased your original brownie mix for decades and it has been by far our favorite brownies -- better than any other box or homemade. Unfortunately, the new improved mix is not nearly as moist and tastes more like a cake then a brownie. I started experimenting to see how I can make them better. Last week I tried adding milk. That failed. Tonight, I'm trying to add additional Hershey's syrup - we'll see what happens. If you could guide me to help me make them moister like your old recipe, that would be most helpful. I think your products are very good. My first cookbook as a new bride was Betty Crocker. I thoroughly understand making changes to products to see what works and initiate customer engagement. I'm just asking if you can guide me on how to enhance the new recipe to make it like the old one. Thanks for your time.
 
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