King Arthur, Gluten Free Fudge Brownie Mix, Certified Gluten-Free, Non-GMO Project Verified, Certified Kosher, 17 Ounces

(10 customer reviews)

About this item Fudgy, rich, gluten-free brownies are easy to make with this handy brownie mix; With a smooth texture and deep chocolate flavor, it’s a favorite among brownie lovers; Keep it in your pantry so you’re never far from a delicious dessert The 17 oz. gluten free brownie mix makes sixteen 2″ x 2″ brownies; Just stir in 2 eggs, melted butter or vegetable oil, and water; Spoon into your pan, bake, and enjoy. The instructions are included to make fudgy or cakey brownies King Arthur, Gluten Free Fudge Brownie Mix is Non-GMO Project Verified; Certified Gluten-Free by The GFCO, a program of the Gluten Intolerance Group (GIG); Certified Kosher (instructions included to make the mix non-dairy) Founded in 1790, King Arthur is a 100% Employee-Owned Company, a founding B Corporation and the nation’s premier baking resource, offering everything from top-quality baking products to inspiring recipes We are King Arthur Baking Company; Our name and logo reflect who we’ve always been and always will be: bakers who are committed to spreading the simple joy of baking


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  1. tezcat

    Having been on a gluten free diet for a while, it’s been tough finding things to satisfy the occasional craving for chewy sweets. Most of the recipes and products I’ve found have been gritty, had too much tapioca for my preference, or just didn’t impress me. Then I found this!!This delivers a brownie that chewy in the center, and slightly crunchy on the crust. It uses cane sugar as a sweetener, which I also like, as it seems to impact my blood sugar less.One box makes a batch that fits a 9×9 baking dish, and the batter rises to about 1″ deep. I found these to be so satisfying that I cut them into 1.5″ x 1″ squares. Another thing that’s made these a favorite – they freeze and thaw perfectly. I put several in a few quart freezer bags and rolled the extra air out before freezing them. To thaw, I just left them in the fridge.


  2. Sarah

    I bought these because they got great reviews, and they may be the best brownie mix I’ve ever tried, gluten free or not (I’m not gluten free, just unsatisfied with most boxed brownie mixes). They lasted all of about 6 seconds when I brought them to Thanksgiving and 16 people descended upon them. I did need to bake them longer than the box said, but they were a good mix of crispy around the edge (but not burnt) and gooey in the middle. I made them with butter, but I may try them with oil next time to see how they turn out. I do think brownies lend themselves better to gluten free than some other deserts.


  3. Lolasark

    These are amazing. I’m testing out my gut right now to see if some of my stomach problems come from gluten sensitivity, and so bought a variety of gf products. I was beyond shocked. Just as easy to make as any other boxed mix, and let’s be honest, box mix brownies are for the most part, typically pretty good. These were fantastic. My family loved them as much as I did. I threw in some walnuts, and that was the extent of tweaking the recipe. Definite win. Beats Betty Crocker hands down.


  4. Jessica

    I’ve eaten a lot (and I mean a LOT) of BAD gluten-free food. (I’m fairly certain that some companies don’t taste the final product!) This is the first brand of “box brownies” that I have eaten and thought it was the real deal!Seriously.The best fudgy delicious fudgy chocolatey (did I mention fudgy) brownies I have ever had gluten free.


  5. Jenna BeeJenna Bee

    This brownie mix is not just “good for gluten-free” but actually good to anyone. People who are not gluten-free told me they couldn’t tell the difference. I make it using the non-dairy directions with vegetable oil rather than butter. My only criticism is that the edges always get crispy but the middle is done. I’m not really the greatest baker so this really could be MY issue rather than the brownie mix. I baked it at 350 degrees for 40 minutes in a glass pan. Still tasty even when crispy.

    Jenna BeeJenna Bee

  6. Gluten Free Girl

    I love these brownies! They are everything you want in a brownie with a crisp top and a dense chewy, fudgey center. This is my “go-to” brownie mix that I make for myself and for my friends to celebrate events or to give as a proxy for a compassionate hug during these trying COVID-19 times. I follow the recipe as directed with some additions. Where it calls for 1/2 c of melted butter or oil, I use 1/4 c of each. As directed, I add water, eggs, and 1 cup of semi-sweet chocolate chips (which is optional) for that great double chocolate flavor. To elevate the flavor for adults, I add 1 tsp of vanilla, 1 tsp of espresso powder, and 1/4 tsp of Kosher salt. I bake them in a 9″x9″ pan for 35 minutes (the lower side of the time range). Then when I take them out of the oven, I sprinkle them with flakey sea salt and let cool. After they are cool, I cut them into 9 generous 3″x3″ squares and wrap them individually and store them in the freezer, so I can control my intake of them. It only takes 15 minutes or so to thaw, and for some reason they taste so much better after being frozen! I guess the flavors congeal in the freezer and the texture becomes chewier. They are great with a cup of coffee/latte or as a decadent dessert warmed up with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. A friend of mine, who eats gluten, says they are the “best brownies [he’s] ever had.” I have yet to tell him that the base is a mix.

    Gluten Free Girl

  7. B.Nice

    The brownies that you can create with this mix are RIDICULOUSLY GOOD!!! If you prepare them with just the usual butter, eggs, and water, you’ll end up with an excellent brownie. If you take it to the next level and add the optional cup of chocolate chips or nuts, you’ll end up with a fantastic brownie! And if you do what I do and add a half-cup of chocolate chips and a half-cup of chopped pecans, your brownies will achieve TOTAL AWESOMENESS!!! We’re talkin’ eyes-roll-back-in-the-head-accompanied-by-oohs-and-aaahs-of-pleasure-sounds awesomeness! There is absolutely no “gluten-free penalty” with this mix. Serve it with confidence to anyone whose life you wish to improve.PS. We ended up letting ours cook about 10 minutes longer than the instructions suggested in order to get the contents in the middle of the pan done. Your oven temp may vary. Just keep an eye on things after the 35-minute mark.


  8. LunulaLunula

    3 things I did different. 1. I made half the batch, which is 1 cup of mix. 2. I did not press the batter to the edges, it was thick and I left some room without batter on the edges. 3. I put the chips on the top after putting the batter in, so the chips wouldn’t sink to the bottom or burn on the edges. The edges are perfect, no too high or overly cooked. It’s a perfectly even brownie with great texture and really, really tastes exactly like our favorite desert. I have a vanilla frozen yogurt, some chocolate sauce and nuts for a really amazing, restuarant style desert tonight. Yum!


  9. JWJW

    I had my kids and husband do a taste test with three brands. King Arthur, Namaste, and Bob’s brownie mixes.King Arthur was the number one pick by all of us. It tasted exactly like a normal, fudgey brownie! So delicious!!! I followed the directions exactly so that it would be an honest review. I will buy King Arthur from now on!


  10. Slow-N- Low

    Buying gluten free foods are really tough to shop for if your looking for new stuff to try. You always run the risk of it tasting horrible. Ordering them online through Amazon eases the pain quite a bit. If the new things your trying taste horrible and it’s sold or shipped or both by Amazon it’s real easy to get your money back as it should be. Many of these gluten free products really do taste poorly. So with that…… On with the review!!!!!!!!!!Gluten Free or not, these are probably the best boxed brownies I’ve had a chance to experience. The price isn’t completely off the wall either. Currently these Ultimate Fudge Brownies from King Arthur Baking Company are $4.29 a box. If you subscribe you save 40% from your first subscription order. Just as a general rule of thumb pertaining to boxed baking goods whether they are brownies or cake mix, you can get 12 cupcakes out of them. Although, I’ve tried a handful of cupcake mixes and can only get 10 or a scant 11 cupcakes from the mix. So this is what you do: Add an additional 1 1/2 cups of pancake mix (Bisquick preferably), add an additional 1/8 cup oil or butter (whatever your using) and lastly add 1 more egg.

    Slow-N- Low

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