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Gluten Free Chocolate Brownie Mix

Gluten Free Chocolate Brownie Mix

It’s brownie delight with every bite — and safe for all to enjoy.

(10 Ratings)
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Kamochee said: Posted: 11/27/2014 1:54 PM
Yummy...been gluten free for four years due to allergies. Very grateful the BC has developed a gf line. Followed the recipe but melted two 1.55 oz Hersey chocolate bars and about three to four tablespoons of Peter Pan smooth peanut butter and spread the chocolate and then the Pb on top. Then, used a knife to make a criss cross pattern before baking. Then took them out about 5-6 min early. OMG so delicious and gooey and quickly devoured by my non gluten family members.
 
allergymommy said: Posted: 11/11/2014 5:35 PM
Sorry. It should be 2 eggs.
 
allergymommy said: Posted: 11/6/2014 2:38 AM
Best tasting with unsalted butter/1 egg. Will have to try applesauce for milk allergy son. Having tried many many allergy mixes and regular mixes that don't taste craveworthy. Pros: Just as satisfying as childhood brownies pre allergy Cons: Thick batter. Advice: Having made these twice in a nonstick skillet. First batch burned at 30 min at med heat. Second batch low heat 45 minutes til airholes-was nice crisp at edges and soft done interior/cooled on rack(reduce steam). Put in tupperware overnight-hard edges will soften to nice chew. Sublime.
 
mjksouthflorida said: Posted: 10/1/2014 6:04 AM
The Betty GF Brownie Mix is my favorite GF brownie mix. It's my go-to option when anyone asks me to bring the dessert. It's yummy and the price is better than the others.
 
genericHandle said: Posted: 9/26/2014 12:00 AM
Hey, mlvn197, the brownie mix has potato startch in it, that's a nightshade. In fact, most gluten free mixes have potato ingredients in them, best to work from scratch.
 
Mlvn197 said: Posted: 6/28/2014 10:12 PM
I was recently put on a diet that included no wheat, dairy, nightshades, etc. I tried non-gluten bread and to be perfectly honest, it totally sucked. Cardboard would taste better. I saw the brownie mix and figured I would waste another $5.00+ to try it. I was very pleasantly surprised to say this was excellent! The mix looked really grainy and was very thick but delicious and I would definitely purchase again!!! Way to go.
 
sparkle123456789 said: Posted: 5/24/2014 10:16 AM
I have a friend of mine whos kid can not eat gluten
 
Freetobeme06 said: Posted: 3/28/2014 4:33 PM
OMG I'm new to gluten free and haven't had a treat or a good one in a long time. My favorite guilty pleasure is brownies. I picked up this mix with out much hope that it would be like the "real thing" and guess what? I added chocolate chips ( milk free ) and this was sooo good I can't even believe it!!!!!! Thank you Betty Crocker!
 
naymama said: Posted: 3/9/2014 10:52 AM
When I made the brownies, they were awesome and reminded be of the homemade brownies I have made in the past from scratch.I would recommend the brownies to anyone who goes GF.
 
kern2 said: Posted: 2/15/2014 9:12 AM
I was very disappointed. Although I made these exactly according to the recipe on the box, they were hard around the outside edges after cooling making it difficult to even cut them. I also didn't think they were very good. I threw them out. I paid 4.38 for the box, just like throwing money away.
 
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