Dr Oetker Double Chocolate Brownie Mix Reviews
Product Type: Dr Oetker's Baking & Ingredients
Description:Brand: Dr Oetker / Type: Chocolate
Newest Review: ... The kit consists of the chocolate brownie flour mix and a bag of chocolate chips. You also need a lined 8" square baking ... more
by - written on 18/09/12 (Very useful, 107 readings)
Little Man started big school last week and has been a little bit wobbly so I have been trying to think of activities we can do at home after school if he is 'a big brave boy'. Today he decided he wanted to make chocolate brownies! Now we have never made chocolate brownies before, and to be honest baking is not my forte so I had to go searching the supermarket for a kit. Luckily the Dr. Oetker kit was on offer in Sainsbury's for a bargain 89p, and only needed an egg, 4 tablespoons of oil and 2 tablespoons of oil - even I have those in my limited baking cupboard! The kit consists of the chocolate brownie flour mix and a bag of chocolate chips. You also need a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/09/10 (Very useful, 294 readings)
I really enjoy baking but as I've been dieting for the last few months I haven't really done any of late. Last week when I was doing my grocery shopping I spotted this chocolate brownie mix on offer and thought I would try it. The box is black and has a photo of some yummy looking brownies on the front. I'm told that to make the brownies all I need to add is an egg, oil and water, this will make 12 brownies and they bake in 25 minutes. The nutritional information for one 35g brownie is also given. On the back of the box are the instructions for making the brownies, this is done by telling you the ingredients needed this time with quantities, and ... Read the complete review
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