Brownie Mix-Ins

5 upgrades for grocery store brownie mix

 


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Brownie Mix-Ins Continuing on last week's coverage of cookie mix-in ideas come baking aisle cravings, we're bringing you a few great ideas for when the craving calls for something a bit more chocolatey: brownies.

This week, we'll focus on all of the nutty, chocolatey, fruity options you can use to update your go-to box of brownie mix. While there are options on the type of brownie mix you use, with baking aisle choices ranging from chocolate chunk to family style, adding your own mix-ins will prevent any of those rich, chocolatey treats from ever becoming one note.

Like last week, all of these recipes are based off of a regular box of brownie mix. In this case, Duncan Hines Family Style Brownie Mix is the base mix we are using. Feel free to swap in your favorite box of brownie mix or make these recipes with a homemade brownie batter.

What's your favorite brownie mix-in? Let us know in the comments section!

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  • Snooth User: jkamer
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    I have been baking brownies from scratch for quite a few years now and have been experimenting with different add-ins and toppings. My current fave is 1/2 pkg of Reese's mini unwrapped pnut butter chocolate cups and 1/2 pkg of white chocolate chips. The Reese's give a great little surprise to your taster, and the white chips don't melt, resulting in a crunch that some mistake for nuts. (I'm allergic to nuts). For a topper, nothing beats a 70 to 80 % cacao or so salted chocolate bar. Usually use 6 to 8 oz of chocolate, and put it on the still-warm brownies..

    Aug 17, 2012 at 6:25 PM


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