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Betty Crocker Hershey\'s Triple Chocolate Chunk brownies
I wasn't sure whether to post this in Snacks or Manufacturer's, but since so many people already trust both Betty Crocker and Hershey's and since what I'm really saying with this post is "You should make this as a snack!" I thought this board was the place. Yes, it comes from a mix, but for me, this [i]is[/i] cooking. [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/wink.gif[/img]
I found this at Sam's--a huge box containing five bags of mix--last fall when running in to buy a few bags of safe pecans. It's the only thing I really get at Sam's, but I was delighted to find this box of brownie mix! The label looked fine, so I did it.
Well, we made them for the first time this past week, and I must say they're a decadent wonder--a slice of heaven. Now, I really am not a chocolate fan because I find it so bitter. And I don't like bitter. But these . . . they aren't bitter. There are chunks of chocolate throughout the finished brownies. They are so incredibly moist. I've never had a cake or brownie this moist!
These were DS' first brownies ever, and I'm thrilled we found them. I don't think I'll ever be able to buy a different Betty Crocker mix, and I highly doubt I (or even DH) could make them from scratch so well.
Heaven in a pan.
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