Betty Crocker Chocolate Fudge Brownie Mix Reviews
Product Type: Betty Crocker Snacks
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by - written on 03/01/12 (Very useful, 311 readings)
Personally I like to make my brownies from scratch but my partner in all his wisdom thought it would be fun for us to make brownies together and bought the Betty Crocker brownie mix from Asda so here's how we got on with the mix. **About Betty Crocker** I always see Betty Crocker products on the shelves when I'm perusing the baking aisle in the supermarket but have never been tempted to buy one of the branded products choosing to always make my cakes and treats from scratch purely because I find it more satisfying. Now while you might think that Betty Crocker is an actual person you may be surprised to find out that the name Betty Crocker was ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/03/10 (Very useful, 232 readings)
I brought a box of this Betty Crocker Chocolate Fudge Brownie Mix for my sister to make because she loves making cakes and stuff but I haven't always got time to do things from scratch and honest my own brownies don't come out all that well. You just mix the chocolate powder with water, an egg and a bit of oil. Give it a proper good stir until you've got a lumpy sloppy mixture and then pour it into a baking tin. It says on the box to cook for 20 mins but it was more like 35 mins by the time ours was done and it was still a bit soggy in the middle. When it was done it looked wicked, I'd left the brownies to cool before I cut them up because it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/07/09, updated on 16/07/09 (Very useful, 177 readings)
It's incredibly easy to make the brownies with this product and if you took away the oven element of it and left that to an adult, kids could easy manage it themselves. And at the end after they've cooled you also have the choice of decorating them too. In terms of extra ingredients on top of the mixture all you need is some oil, an egg and some water, so they're really not asking your kitchen to be prepared with lots which makes baking everything a little quicker and easier. The taste of these brownies will blow you away. Just such a delicious mix of chocolate and fudge. I may not be a brownie conosur but I can still label these brownies as the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/04/09 (Very useful, 216 readings)
I don't have a lot of time to cook and by the time I get home in the evening, I can just about manage to make everyone their dinner, but there is absolutely no way in the world that I want to start baking. Apart from the time issue, for some reason I am the messiest person in the world where flour is involved. I seem to be able to get it all around the kitchen without even realising it. Therefore any "baking" that I do always revolves around a pre-prepared cake mix where, if i'm lucky, it only involves the adding of water on my part. Betty Crocker's fudge brownie mix is available from Sainsburys for £1.64 for 415g box. All you need to do is empty ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/12/08 (Very useful, 1248 readings)
Having read a few reviews on this site recently for cake mixes I thought that perhaps I should try one. I do enjoy baking but sometimes I want something to eat quickly and can't be bothered with the hassle of baking or I don't have all the ingredients I need so for these times a cake mix seemed to be a good idea. Now my favourite cake thing probably has to be chocolate brownies so when I saw Betty Crockers Chocolate Fudge Brownie Mix I felt I had to give it a try. The product cost me £1.72 from Tesco but is available from most supermarkets. The mix comes in a cardboard box, on the front is a big picture of the brownies and they look very tempting. It also ... Read the complete review
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