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Betty Crocker® Ultimate Fudge Brownie

Betty Crocker Ultimate Fudge Brownies
Fudge brownie mix.

1 lb 2 oz
(5 Ratings)
Member Reviews (7)

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Bakalious said: Posted: 10/16/2013 12:03 AM
I agree with the previous reviews. I am so disappointed. After reading the reviews on thinness i opted to use a smaller baking dish and still found the brownies to be extremely thin. My family only consists of four people. A senior, a ten year old, a fourteen year old and myself. This outcome was pathetic. Even in the smaller pan i would have needed at least two boxes to get what is concerned a brownie. This is sad Betty!!!!
 
McKamy_Girl said: Posted: 4/9/2013 1:06 PM
These brownies were AWESOME! I have never gotten such compliments from a box mix. I used TWO eggs and they were fudgy and moist. And they weren't thin at all. I used an 8X8 pan. I know some of you like the larger pan, but the bigger the pan, the more I eat! PERFECT! Can't wait for a reason to make them again!
 
almadenmike said: Posted: 12/10/2011 11:21 PM
I bought 2 boxes to try a comparison. Our taste test concluded that this mix tastes significantly better when we add 1/2 cup of extra-dark chocolate chips. The as-is mix is OK, but not nearly what I would call "ultimate" in fudge intensity, as the box and product title aim to indicate. The box also has the misleading statement that "HERSHEY'S Fudge Pouch & Melt Away Chips (are) in the Mix". Neither of my boxes had any chocolate chips ... just a small packet of liquid chocolate. I was unaware of the volume controversy lamented in earlier reviews. I did find that the as-is mix barely covered the bottom of my 8-inch diameter pan, which is (of course) smaller than an 8x8 square pan. I don't like thin brownies because they tend to be hard and are easy to overcook. So I agree that reducing the amount of contents is a bad idea. Sometimes you have to wonder what the product managers are thinking, huh?
 
elistadz said: Posted: 11/6/2011 1:56 PM
HUGE disppointment!! Ran to the store just to buy brownie mix for afternoon football game snack. Not until I'd poured the mix into the pan, did I realize that the amount of batter didn't look right. When the heck did you start not making brownie mix for 9x13 pans? 8x8 is way too small, and I don't even own an 11x7" pan! Had to wing the baking time for a very skinny batch of brownies. Oddly, the price didn't change but the mix quantity is less. Bad idea. Bad!!
 
sadaboutmybrownies said: Posted: 2/4/2011 5:55 PM
Please bring back this recipe in a 9x13 pan box!!! The 8x8 box is not the same. I used to have people go crazy for my browines (your brownies), but now they are a huge flop! Today, I made them in my perfect brownie pan and they stuck to the sides and bottom. Now I just have brownie crumbles. They really are not the same.... I'm so dissapointed and won't buy these again, even though I have been a staple in my home for several years.
 
iykisa said: Posted: 1/31/2011 12:05 PM
Shame on you, Betty Crocker. My two local WalMart stores were out of "Ultimate Fudge" brownie mix, so I went 10 miles out of my way this weekend to another Walmart. I stocked up on 10. This morning when I went to make a batch, I noticed the recipe was different. So, I went online and discovered that you not only changed the recipe, you reduced the package size from 21 oz. to 18 oz, without changing the price. Nice going on hiding a 15% price increase! You may rest assured I will never again purchase another Betty Crocker product. Remember "New Coke"? Obviously you didn't learn that lesson.
 
Lynn Palmead said: Posted: 1/21/2011 10:50 AM
I love this brownie however, I am really disappointed that you no longer make the 21 oz box. The 18 oz brownie mix is way to thin for a 9x13 pan and I don't appreciate having to buy 2 boxes to make a 9x13 pan. Bigger families need more than a 9x9 and do not need the added expense. I wish you wouldn't have changed a great mix. I rarely buy these now. Really disappointed.
 
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