Fudge Brownie Mix (19.8 oz.)
Item Number: 007-357-0759
Honeyville's Fudge Brownie Mix is unequaled in quality and home baked goodness. We believe that the uniqueness of our gourmet mixes comes, in part, from the special soft pastry and premium flour that we use. These custom milled flours have been developed and milled exclusively for our premium mixes by using specific varieties of selected high altitude wheat which has been identity preserved to ensure unparalleled flavor and freshness. Treat yourself and your family to a taste of homemade goodness like no other. Our Fudge brownies bake up moist and delicious every time and is an excellent source of calcium. Honeyville Fudge Brownie Mix is the finest when it comes to great tasting brownies.
Shelf-Life: Fudge Brownie Mix will store for 1 to 3 years in a sealed plastic bag within a 7.5 inch by 6 inch box under ideal storage conditions (cool, dry place).
Instructions: Preheat oven to 350°. Place brownie mix, 2 eggs, ¼ cup water, and 1/3 cup vegetable oil in large bowl and stir until well blended. Spread into well greased pan and bake for 30 to 35 minutes. Brownies are done when toothpick inserted 1 inch from side of pan comes out clean.
Uses: Makes delicious fudge brownies and can even be used to make cupcakes.
Packaging: Fudge Brownie Mix is packaged in a box and weighs approximately 1.25 pounds. A case contains 12 boxes and weighs 15 pounds. Each box makes 20 brownies.
Ingredients: Powdered Sugar, Corn starch, Bleached Wheat Flour Enriched with (Niacin, reduced Iron, Thiamine Mononitrate, Riboflavin, Folic Acid), Cocoa (Processed with Alkali), Shortening, Part Hydrog Soy Cottonseed, Wheat Starch, Salt, Baking Soda, Artificial Flavor.
Allergen information: Contains wheat and soy. This product is produced on equipment that processes products containing milk, soy, wheat, egg, peanut, and tree nuts.
Forgot to add this!
11/6/2013 4:38 PM
Sorry I forgot to add that I used 84 grams Marcona almonds (3 ounces)and 90 grams of chocolate chips (6 ounces)--not quite a quarter cup.
I use a gram scale because I feel it gives better control on what you are putting into your meals.
Doctored up brownies
11/6/2013 4:35 PM
Ive found these to be a little blah and weak on the chocolate scale. So I add in dark chocolate chips and Marcona almonds.
The thing you should know about the nutrition guide is that it is based on DRY ingredients--not made up batter. So I spent some time today, I counted all the calories from ingredients you have to add plus the chocolate chips and the almonds.
I use egg beaters in my cooking so if you use real eggs your numbers will differ. I wanted to share this so anyone wondering if they can have their chocolate and eat it too--knows what they are getting.
I used Costco chocolate chips, egg beaters and Marcona almonds. I give this only for transparency sake. This is based on 20 pieces. Since I haven't weighed each piece the weight may be off. But it should give you a good idea of what you are consuming. And here it is!!
7.6 mg fat
1.75 mg saturated fat
1 mg polyunsaturated fat
2.1 mg monounsaturated fat
0 trans fats
199.5 mg sodium
10 mg potassium
26.8 grams carbs
1.7 grams fiber
17.5 grams sugar
2.5 grams protein
1.5% vitamin A
0% vitamin C
Best Brownies Ever
4/28/2012 9:48 PM
My parents got a box for Christmas from a neighbor. They were real simple and easy make. They tasted heavenly, and were super moist. They were the best brownies my husband and I have ever ate.
Brownie Mix is Great
5/2/2008 8:53 AM
I added a box of the brownie mix to an order of food storage a couple of months ago just for fun. I made them up this week and I loved them! I think they're worth buying for regular use since they don't have all the chemicals commercial brands have. If the mix came in #10 cans I'd buy it by the case!