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Hi there. So I made incredibly delicious Betty Crocker brownies. Can I freeze them? And do you individually wrap them? And how long would they last? Thanks, be well.

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I freeze all my gluten-free goodies with success. :)

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Thank you so much and thanks for the quick reply, they are sitting on my counter waiting, lol. Be well

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I Have frozen the Betty Crocker brownies. They are delicious frozen if you can't wait for them to thaw. I made some really thin and sandwiched ice cream between two pieces. I then froze them on a tray and then wrapped individually.

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I Have frozen the Betty Crocker brownies. They are delicious frozen if you can't wait for them to thaw. I made some really thin and sandwiched ice cream between to pieces. I then froze them on a tray and then wrapped individually.

Oh my gosh, that sounds so good. When these are gone I'm making them your way, perfect for summer. Thank you. Be well

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OMG, they do sound good, K. :lol: I wanna live at your house. You have good treats.

Truth be told, I have never made the BC -gluten-free ones.

Guess they are pretty good huh, guys??

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Irish, they are so good. I mean seriously good. They would fool gluten lovers any day, lol. Be well.

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Betty Crocker brownies are chocolate and butter. What's not to like? Mine don't last long enough to freeze. Try adding mini chocolate chips,nuts or M and M's. Verrry good!

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Hub says they are better than gluten brownies. Very fudgey. We have also loved gluten Free Pantry brownies, too.

Another thing to do: Add the Kraft Carmel pieces ( not the big squares but the little round BBs ) to the batter before baking. BC has a gluten-free site with things to make with thier products. I have made a 3 or 4 of them & they were great!

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Taking notes for future brownie batches. I am putting on weight just reading this :lol: Be well and full with brownies.

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I have already put on the LBS. in the last few months (obviously, I have started to absorb again :lol: ) and I have to watch it.

I will definitely keep them in mind. I make everything from scratch, but with summer coming...I don't want to spend that much time in the hot kitchen. B)

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I have already put on the LBS. in the last few months (obviously, I have started to absorb again :lol: ) and I have to watch it.

I will definitely keep them in mind. I make everything from scratch, but with summer coming...I don't want to spend that much time in the hot kitchen. B)

You know it's weird, I also have malabsorbtion and I thought going gluten free would help but I lost another 10 lbs since February. I can tell it's getting worse. Mine is fat malabsorbtion and, well, you can see what your not absorbing. I hope it resolves soon and glad to hear your absorbing again. Be well.

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