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I just wanted to share this with the people who didn't know. I bought a bag of the gluten free pantry's choclate truffle brownies and made them on Monday. They are to die for!!! They taste just like any other brownie, but are very rich. So if you are looking for brownies I definately recommend these!!!!!!!!

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hi i will try them as i just tryed the bread mix of theirs and was delighted with the finish product i just enjoyed my breakfast with toast and jam . a change from cerals everyday

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My gluten-eating extended family can't get enough of these brownies! They have been hounding me for the information to buy them. At family gatherings, it's the only thing they want me to bring. Pamela's brownie mix is about the same, but there is a variation directions for a bundt cake. Love this mix!

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Love, love these brownies!!!!! I've tried Pamela's before, and thought they were just okay. But GFP truffle b's are awesome. And, the mix makes quite a bit, which is a nice change!

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They weren't bad, but I found them wayy to sugary. But unlike most people, I don't really have that much of a sweet tooth, so it might be just me. My boyfriend ended up eating them all.

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The brownies sound really good, I want to try them as today I made brownies from scratch and they turned out dry :angry: . I love The Gluten Free Pantry Cake and Cookie Mix. You add vanilla to it and it is moist and very good.

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I also added walnuts! I love nuts. I froze a bunch and I have been taking them out of the freezer all week and they still taste just as good!!!!!

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I bought the brownies from 123 Gluten Free and they were very good also. Very rich and have chocolate chunks in them. Great with a glass of milk. Has anyone else had these and the ones from Gluten Pantry? Just wondering which ones were better for next time.

Jennifer

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cool--i've heard those are great!

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hi i will try them as i just tryed the bread mix of theirs and was delighted with the finish product i just enjoyed my breakfast with toast and jam . a change from cerals everyday

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I just tried the GFpantry bread mix too and loved it. A bit heavy but SSOOOO much better than the frozen stuff I had bought. Glad to know the brownies are good too!

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