Trader Joe's Gluten Free Brownie Mix Review. My good friend Teresa bought me a bag of Trader Joe's Gluten Free Brownies Mix and I proud to say that I saved them for Mother's Day. I had never tried the Trader Joe's Gluten Free Brownies so I was interested to see how we would like them.
Trader Joe's Gluten Free Brownie Mix Review:
My goal is to make them and hope that my son doesn't realize they are gluten free. He is a brownie fanatic! I was a little concerned because they were really dark in color, and they seemed to be a little denser than a traditional brownie.
I mixed chocolate chips into ½ of the pan and left the other ½ without. I made them and it took only a couple of minutes. It did take a little longer to bake them (30 minutes) and then I had to put them back in for a few more.
When it came time to serve, I was saddened that my son didn't like them. My husband and I did though. They do seem heavier and richer than a traditional brownie but very good. I can only imagine with a scoop of vanilla ice-cream how good they would be. I would suggest this brand for sure. In fact, I liked it a little better than the Gluten Free Betty Crocker Brownies.
Disclosure: This is not a sponsored post. I did not pay for the brownie mix; it was a gift from a very special friend. However all opinions are 100% my own.
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