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Very Yummy Gluten Free Brownies

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after a week into "the change" i wanted brownies - ok i NEEDED brownies - I needed something 'naughty'

I went into the gluten free section of a store called Publix (which is nice! such a HUGE selection! - even has fig newtons) and I got Pamela's Products Chocolate Brownie Mix with rich Dark Chocolate Chunks

I made the recipe the Decadent Cake way - where I added 3/4 cup a milk to it - and my Gluten eating husband almost fell out of his chair and had a choco-gasim from how good it was. Had I honestly not told him (and had he not taken me to the store to pick it up LOL) He would have had NO IDEA it was gluten free (my son has not had any yet LOL )

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I have been making the Betty Crocker or gluten-free Pantry mixes. My hub keeps saying they are the best brownies he's ever had. They are more fudgey than cakey which is how he likes them

I made a batch in a 9x13 pan with parchment paper on the bottom. Use the paper to lift them onto a cutting board. Cut them with a serrated or plastic knife. I spread a bunch of Cappacino Chip frozen yogurt on one, then put another on top and froze. Then I put some ganache on top and froze. You can have brownies and ice cream any time!

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I have been making the Betty Crocker or gluten-free Pantry mixes. My hub keeps saying they are the best brownies he's ever had. They are more fudgey than cakey which is how he likes them

I made a batch in a 9x13 pan with parchment paper on the bottom. Use the paper to lift them onto a cutting board. Cut them with a serrated or plastic knife. I spread a bunch of Cappacino Chip frozen yogurt on one, then put another on top and froze. Then I put some ganache on top and froze. You can have brownies and ice cream any time!

Wow! You are creative! My last batch was gluten-free pantry and I decided Betty Crocker's is my new favorite :)

Editing to say that Pamela's was my favorite for a long time, early to mid 2000s.

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I always make Ina Garten's outrageous brownies on the food network. The recipe makes a lot and there's so little flour in it, the substitution of Better Batter gluten-free flour I have isn't noticeable at all!!

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I can buy single servings for a buck at my store, Pam's

is as good as it gets. I always add stuff, toasted sunflower

seeds are awesome! Dried cherries make it wow. AND, use less

liquid and you can make cookies, just a couple or four.

Have you ever tried the brownie mix in a waffle maker? Smile

Alice

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