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GF Brownie Box Mix Recommendation please

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Do you have Aldi nearby?  We have made their GF brownies several times.  To us, they are as good as the Ghirardelli mix (ETA I mean "regular," not GF Ghirardelli I don't even know if there is GF Ghirardelli). 

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The Betty Crocker GF brownie mix is good.  My DH won’t touch any GF baked foods, except these brownies because they taste like “regular” brownies.

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Betty Crocker GF brownie mix is good and easy to prepare.  Non GF people love them as well. 

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I used the Betty Crocker Brownie Mix to make a birthday cake for a visiting family member.  We baked it, dividing batter between two layer cake pans, spread raspberry jam between the layers, iced it & garnished with fresh raspberries.  Everyone was stunned how great it tasted...and looked: 

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Familia, I love your vintage table linens.  The dessert looks and sounds yummy!

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As bad as gluten-free baked goods tend to be, gluten-free brownies seem to almost always turn out yummy.  I have tried several brands and I don't remember any of them not turning out ok.

I remember my kids fussing one time because I was making gf brownies (so that I could eat some too, thank you very much).  I told them that gf brownies were better because they used cocoa powder and chocolate chips instead of flour.  Extra Chocolate!  Yippee!

(Unfortunately, gluten free cake is another story entirely.)

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Aldi is great! They are very dark chocolate if that matters.

I think we've also liked Krusteaz, Betty Crocker, and King Arthur.

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