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Move over Betty Crocker, here comes a simple do it yourself, make at home Super Fudge Brownie mix that only requires water before it hits the oven and bakes into mouth-watering scrumptious Thick Chewy Fudge Brownies! Read More: Article: Super Fudge Brownie Mix (Just add Water!)

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    Move over Betty Crocker, here comes a simple do it yourself, make at home Super Fudge Brownie mix that only requires water before it hits the oven and bakes into mouth-watering scrumptious Thick Chewy Fudge Brownies!

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    I Made these and we really enjoyed them! The next time I'll add chopped chocolate bits or chocolate chips to them to give them an added burst of chocolate. Dh wanted me to put in some chopped maraschino cherries, he loves cherries in brownies. Thanks for sharing!

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    These look good. I'll try them next time, in lieu of my go-to recipe.

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    These are great! Will make only the small 8x8 pan in the future.

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    What do the Chia seeds or ground flax seeds do in this recipe? I'm allergic to egg white, so wouldn't be able to use that, but have never used chia seeds or ground flax seeds and am wondering if they are essential or could be eliminated from the recipe without any real problems? Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SSmith View Post
    What do the Chia seeds or ground flax seeds do in this recipe? I'm allergic to egg white, so wouldn't be able to use that, but have never used chia seeds or ground flax seeds and am wondering if they are essential or could be eliminated from the recipe without any real problems? Thanks!
    Hi there. I don't know about the chai seeds, but the ground flax seeds (mixed with water) can be used as an egg replacement in recipes. I hope this sheds a little light for you ~

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    I have never heard of replacing egg with flax seeds. Do they have to be ground up first? Where do you buy them?

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    Is there a replacement for he solid shortening?

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    Interesting info on the seeds as replacement for eggs! Never knew!

    I make a similar mix to this with the one major difference being that I use 'black cocoa'. I buy it at a bulk food store locally and it makes all the difference in the world! I have people calling to request me to make them for various events they are required to take a dish. My kids are almost sick of their school mates demanding they bring these to any pot lucks it is requested so often. (almost as much as baked mac and cheese)

    My mix does not have chips in it, but I will often find a chip in a seasonal flavor and sprinkle on top for special events. (candy cane flavored 'choc chips' like drops at Christmas...)

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    This recipe looks great. I'm always craving Brownies but forget to buy the package mixes. Love my4maincoones' idea of adding cherries. Posted this one to Facebook, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by my4mainecoons View Post
    I Made these and we really enjoyed them! The next time I'll add chopped chocolate bits or chocolate chips to them to give them an added burst of chocolate. Dh wanted me to put in some chopped maraschino cherries, he loves cherries in brownies. Thanks for sharing!
    Regarding the question asking if vegetable shortening can be substituted, I have substituted it with applesauce in all recipes that call for any kinds of shortenings and cooking oils and it works well, you can't even tell all the deserts taste great.

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    Hi there. I don't know about the chai seeds, but the ground flax seeds (mixed with water) can be used as an egg replacement in recipes. I hope this sheds a little light for you ~
    Chia seeds are gelatinous when they soak up moisture from a recipe, or water. They thicken and emulsify like ground flax seeds or egg replacement.

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    these sound really good, I will make them for my grandchildren. I use flax seed and chia in my bread making to give it that extra nutrition.

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    I have used chia seeds for egg replacement, sprinkled on pudding and yogurt, and great in salads.

    This brownie picture looks better than the box mix real thing.
    To substitute the shortening, I use coconut oil instead (1/2 what's called for)

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    Okayyyyy.....Stop the show!

    When I read the recipe a while ago. I realized I had everything but the cocoa powder, I only had the dark chocolate cocoa powder and used gluten free flour. These were very good! They turned out black, like a dung pile, instead of brown. I don't care, they were awesome with the texture and flavor than the salty box mix. I will never buy another brownie mix again. This is awesome!

    Great 'graveyard' for Halloween using dark cocoa

    I have used chia seeds for egg replacement, sprinkled on pudding and yogurt, and great in salads. They were just as good in the brownies.

    Detoxinista.com has a wonderful step by step, with photos, instructions on how to make flaxseed and chia seed eggs.

    I use coconut oil in place of shortening.

 

 

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