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Since yesterday’s little hint about what was to come, I’ve gotten so many emails and messages asking for the recipe. This Fudge Brownie Mix is going to be one of my favorite things to give this Christmas season.
It looks beautiful all nicely layered in a big glass jar, but the best part of this gift is how you know they’ll love it when they make these brownies. Heavens!
As my son said when we were making a couple of batches to test this mix, “our house smells like chocolate heaven.”
And it did!
Here’s another little peak at what these babies look like baked and drizzled with my praline sauce I shared yesterday.
For the batch pictured, I left out the walnuts since I knew I’d be using the praline sauce on them.
Anywho, however these babies are baked and served, they are scrumptious.
You can see in the top photo that I decided to show how great these would look as I’ll be giving them this year. Just simply tied with a bow and a rubber spatula.
I used a two-liter airtight container for this recipe and the size works perfectly.
Fudge Brownie Mix Printable
For this printable, I went with another band design. Since the recipe makes a 8-inch square pan of brownies, you’ll need a large glass container to hold it all and the bands work perfectly to wrap around the jar.
The full band is a two-piece design with the front showing the recipe name along with a to and from area. The back portion shows what additional ingredients are needed to make the brownies, how to bake them, and then how to serve.
Fudge Brownie Mix Recipe
This is my recipe for assembling the Fudge Brownie Mix jars.
Fudge Brownie Mix
- 1 cup all-purpose flour
- 1 cup granulated sugar
- 1/2 cup brown sugar
- 1/2 teaspoon kosher salt
- 1/2 cup chocolate chips semi-sweet, milk chocolate, or dark chocolate
- 1 cup chopped walnuts optional
- Add flour to the bottom of container. Press down with the back of your hand or a wooden spoon to form a level layer.
- Add granulated sugar and form a level layer.
- Add brown sugar and form a firm layer.
- Add salt and form a layer.
- Add chocolate chips and form a layer.
- Top with walnuts (optional)
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I’m loving all of your edible gifts, Robyn. This is wonderful!
Wow, I just gained 20 pounds looking at these beauties!!!
So smart! I may have to make these for the teachers. The photo is totally drool-worthy!
I love giving gifts like this, and your ideas lately have been so lovely! This looks scrumptious!
Thanks so much, Georgia!
This is such a great idea!! I am putting these in teacher’s baskets. My only question is what kind of semi sweet chocolate did you use? Like the chocolate chips, bakers, or bars? I just want to make sure they come outlike yours!
I coarsely chopped a pound of the Baker’s semi-sweet chocolate when I made the recipe photographed. I’ve also used Scharfenberger bars, and a few other brands that have all given great results.
Wow does that brownie look fantastic. Would love to get that mix as a gift! Come and visit us this week. We are having a wonderful giveaway from a talented Southern author.
Hi. Are there any instructions for this mix? 🙂