We bought this by accident, mistakingly thinking we had bought a Betty Crocker brand brownie mix. The box colours are so similar. For $2, it’s more expensive than most cake mixes in a real grocery store but when brownies mix can be picked up next door who can resist?
The instructions only required one egg and water, so no milk or cream required.
This is what it looked like after the 50 strokes, as instructed.
After 30 minutes it looked like a regular brownie.
When we cut it and tried to take a brownie out it all crumbled. However, it was chewy and chocolatey like it promised. The top crust had a nice crunch to it.
Would we buy again? Maybe. They tasted delicious, they just weren’t intact like brownies should be.