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gluten-free Pantry Brownies

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For our holiday party today, my mom bought the Gluten Free Pantry brownie mix so that i can have dessert. First, let me just say that i am a huge dessert person and havent had brownies since going gluten-free. But these are AMAZING!!! take no time at all to make- she bought the package at Mrs. Greens but i am sure they sell it at whole foods as well. My mom and dad (not celiacs) each tried one and said they were unbelievable- by anyones standards and better than most glutenful brownies. Give 'em a try if you havent already!

Right now they are sitting in my kitchen and i am trying to put off eating them long enough for the company to get here :D

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How exciting...I have a package in my cupboard now...I've been afraid to make them, lol. And, I did indeed buy them at Whole Foods in my area. And, looks like they are dairy free, yippee.

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I know! we served them at our holiday party along w/ "gluten-full" carrot cake and cheesecake and guess which was the first to go? Everyone LOVED the brownies and im the only celiac :) Made me feel like i wasnt missing out on anything

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Here is my all-time favorite dessert idea for you----when your brownies come out of the oven, pour lots of Junior Mints on them and let it stand. Do not spread them around. It makes the most wonderful topping...that is if you like Junior Mints. Of course, Junior Mints are gluten-free. I have made this lots and they are very rich, but great. Barbara

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Here is my all-time favorite dessert idea for you----when your brownies come out of the oven, pour lots of Junior Mints on them and let it stand. Do not spread them around. It makes the most wonderful topping...that is if you like Junior Mints. Of course, Junior Mints are gluten-free. I have made this lots and they are very rich, but great. Barbara

MMMMMMMMMMMM....im drooling...great idea!!!! Thanks!

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Mookie,

I live in a house with a bunch of guys and they all love my brownies. I wanted to make them goey and someone suggested using a tablespoon of gluten-free pudding mix (vanilla or chocolate). It's the best

Ken

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Top them with the junior mints, let that cool THEN frost them with milk chocolate icing. Pour yourself a huge glass of milk and Enjoy!! That is my favorite way to eat them. -Jessica :rolleyes:

Here is my all-time favorite dessert idea for you----when your brownies come out of the oven, pour lots of Junior Mints on them and let it stand. Do not spread them around. It makes the most wonderful topping...that is if you like Junior Mints. Of course, Junior Mints are gluten-free. I have made this lots and they are very rich, but great. Barbara

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Top them with the junior mints, let that cool THEN frost them with milk chocolate icing. Pour yourself a huge glass of milk and Enjoy!! That is my favorite way to eat them. -Jessica :rolleyes:

OMIGOSH! That sounds TOO RICH!!! LOL!

I love brownies, I guess I'm going to have to try these. I love all the other GFP mixes that I have tried so far!

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