Homemade baked goods are awesome and oftentimes cheaper, but sometimes it is nice to have the prepared mixes on hand. My husband picked up this box of Hodgeson Mill gluten free brownie mix from Albertsons for about $3.25, which is slightly cheaper than some of the other mixes out there. I must admit, that the picture on the box looks like the brownies would be dry, but after preparing them, I found that these brownies were one of the better mixes that I have tried. What I like most about these brownies, is that they are moist without being greasy or gritty. They taste great plain, but they would also be good with nuts or chocolate chips. I pressed chopped pecans into one side of the batter before baking and left the other side plain.
These brownies are not only easy to cut into, but they also freeze well. I stored these between layers of parchment paper. This picture shows the beginning of the process. This is a nice mix to have on hand for a quick treat.
If you were wondering how I got such uniform brownies, I used my Wilton Combo cutter. I purchased it on clearance from Michaels for under two dollars.
As always, have a happy gluten and or dairy free day!