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Judyin Philly

Gluten Free Pantry Brownie Mix

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HI All

Trying to do some cooking FINALLY

I made the gluten-free Pantry brownies and the taste was WONDERFUL but after 33 min couldn't tell if done or not so just took them out...waited for them to almost cool. Had to take a taste and they were so good. Then put in tin foil and put in refrig over nite. Next day cut and froze as the recipe said to do. Wanted to do some cooking and freezing for christmas....

NOW FOR THE PROBLEM,,,, ate 2 yesterday and a taste Fri nite and yesterday the BIG D HIT. Hadn't had that in 3 weeks. The question is----do you test with the knife to see if done? They really are like fudge on the inside. Do you think i'm eating raw brownies and could that have caused the BIG D?

I hope all the cooks out there can shed some lite as i loved them. Know people on here have raved about them. I could sure use some cooking tips for this..and yes the oven was pre heated to the right temp before i started and followed the recipe exactly

thanks judy in philly

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I just made some gluten-free Pantry brownies last weekend, and I've been eating them all week with no issues. I cooked mine for about 35 minutes, and I did the knife test before I took them out. The knife doesn't come out clean, but it should come out dry... if that makes any sense. Usually, I touch the brownie on the knife to make sure it feels cooked and not wet like dough. When in doubt, cook them a little more. I've found that these brownies don't dry out or burn if you cook them a little longer.

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Hi Judy--Sorry you aren't feeling well at the moment :( . I made the GFP brownies recently, and while I don't have a bag here to refer to, I baked them for the minimum time listed--(I always do that as my oven runs a little hot). Mine were not overly fudgy inside. Actually, what I liked about them was that they looked and tasted like "regular" brownies, like Dunkin Hines or similar good brand. The inside was chewy, not dry, but not really fudgelike. Also. I baked them in a 9 by 13 inch glass pan lined with foil. Was your pan smaller? Thats all I can think of--feel better!

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Hi Judy--Sorry you aren't feeling well at the moment :( . I made the GFP brownies recently, and while I don't have a bag here to refer to, I baked them for the minimum time listed--(I always do that as my oven runs a little hot). Mine were not overly fudgy inside. Actually, what I liked about them was that they looked and tasted like "regular" brownies, like Dunkin Hines or similar good brand. The inside was chewy, not dry, but not really fudgelike. Also. I baked them in a 9 by 13 inch glass pan lined with foil. Was your pan smaller? Thats all I can think of--feel better!

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shoot

did a reply and computer went down AGAIN

don't know if it will reapear but

thank you guys think your right...i ck'd and used a smaller glass pan.that could have been it.

good to know can cook longer and use the knife test.

Will try again as they were so good.

judy

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