Low Carb Double Chocolate Brownie Mix

Low Carb Double Chocolate Brownie Mix
Price: $11.98
Brand: LC-Foods Corporation
UPC: 754205300174
Availability: In Stock
Size: 16.3oz (462g)

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Low carb double chocolate brownies with only 1 net carb! Easy to make and tastes delicious! No artificial sweeteners!

Seriously, low carb brownies that taste delicious! Super easy to make, the low carb chocolate chips are included - it takes less than 5 minutes to add butter, eggs, sour cream and vanilla to the mix and voila - the most delicious brownies you've had since you started the low carb lifestyle!

There's so many ways you can make these brownies your own! Try adding your favorite nut, a bit of instant coffee granules or mint extract. They taste fantastic! Bake them in muffin tins for brownie muffins. Frost with our low carb chocolate or vanilla frosting for a decadent treat!

Our low carb dark chocolate chips are sweetened with erythritol - not maltitol, are organic and non-GMO! These low carb brownies have a healthy dose of dietary fiber. As with all LC Foods low carb products, there's no sugar added (of course!) and no preservatives!

Nutrition Facts
Serving Size: 5.2 tsp (18.5g) Approximately one 1-1/2"x1-1/2" brownie, prepared
Servings per Container: 25
Calories: 84 Cal
Calories from Fat: 36 Cal
Total Fat: 4 g
Saturated Fat: 0 g
Trans Fat: 0 g
Cholesterol: 0 mg
Sodium: 42 mg
Total Carbohydrate: 11 g
Dietary Fiber: 9 g
Sugars: 0 g
Alcohol Sugars: 1 g
Protein: 1 g
Net Carbs: 1 g
Ingredients
Tapioca, almond and coconut flours, flax seed meal, Inulin chicory root fiber, polydextrose fiber, oligofructose, cocoa, erythritol, natural vegetable plant fiber, cocoa butter, soy lecithin, baking powder, organic stevia rebaudiana leaf natural herbal extracts, natural luo han guo monk fruit, salt.
16 reviews
02/01/2016
YUMMY!! Much better than expected! I find have to add anything. Moist, not too sweet. And only 25 net carbs in the whole panful!
16 reviews
10/15/2015
I'm on my third attempt at toying with the recipe for these and have finally found something that does the trick for me. First off, I only use one egg instead of two (I actually used one Extra Large egg, but I think a Large egg would net the same results), then I melted 4 oz of good baking chocolate, mixing it in with the wet ingredients. I baked it 20 minutes and pulled it out while the center was not cooked through. No dry toothpick equals no dry brownies. I also added some liquid Splenda, but I think it adds too much of an aftertaste, so maybe I'll back off on that next time. They still are crumbly and will fall apart if you dig in right away. The best thing to do is refrigerate them and either eat them cold (which makes them like fudge), or microwave them until warm on a plate. I also like to make my brownies with cinnamon and rum extract, giving it sort of an old-world flavor reminiscent of rum balls, but that's just me.
16 reviews
06/10/2015
LOVE-LOVE! I like my brownies chewy so based on some of the other reviews I went ahead and added oil and a little Erythritol. They came out pretty gooey but not in a bad way. Yes, there's somewhat of an aftertaste but nothing like when you bake with Splenda. The Splenda after taste is gross to me. These were really good. They were even better after they'd been refrigerated.
16 reviews
02/22/2015
I'm in heaven! Very chocolatey and texture and taste is terrific.
16 reviews
02/08/2015
I would totally love to try this out!The reviews makes this sound amazing.
16 reviews
01/29/2015
These brownies were very good, especially considering the carbohydrate count. I baked them in an 8"x 8" pan for only 20 minutes. They came out a little dry, which could be because they baked for a bit too long, but I also noted the instructions did not ask to put any liquids into the mix - just eggs, sour cream, butter, and vanilla. I think I will try adding oil or water in my next batch to get that really gooey texture, which makes brownies so wonderful. They were not really sweet, but that was fine for me since we have been doing low carb for a few weeks and my palette has changed; however, that was not OK for my husband, but he has a ridiculous sweet tooth. So, if you have a really bad sweet tooth, you may want to add a little bit of Stevia/Truvia to the mix. Also, as other reviewers stated, it would have been very difficult to get 24 brownies because they would have been very small.
16 reviews
09/25/2014
These brownies were so good. The chocolate chips were super yummy. I cooked them in muffin tins and put the extras in the freezer. They freeze great and warm up in the microwave.
16 reviews
09/12/2014
Tasted great. Had just a little aftertaste but definitely helped with my brownie cravings.!!!
16 reviews
09/02/2014
I would go so far as to say that these are better than regular flour brownies. I love these and they are tremendously chocolatey. The texture is right on and the mix makes a good amount. This is my new favorite sweet snack.
16 reviews
09/01/2014
Yum!!
16 reviews
06/13/2014
Love these! They tasted so good when they were warmed up for a few seconds. I really missed the fudgey aspect of brownies, but found it in these. My only complaint is that they are delicate and crumbly.
16 reviews
05/02/2014
Very good brownies although I can't see getting 25 out of the package... I settled for 12 and just lived with the increased carbs. The nice thing is that the mix includes the chocolate. The competitive mix from Dixie Diner requires you to buy the chocolate (Dixie Diner somehow makes 29 brownies - I still haven't figured out how you cut 29)
16 reviews
04/30/2014
I love these so much and made some chocolate sauce and drizzled them .....absolute DELISH. Not sure what they changed but the consistency is much more brownie like now too.
16 reviews
04/01/2014
Wonderful rich chocolate flavor, but even though I baked them exactly as instructed, and heavily sprayed a non-stick muffin pan with Pam (muffin pan was suggested), they would not come out of the pan! I think that if I ever make these again, I would add water. I know that when you bake with coconut flour rather than a different nut flour, you must add more liquid and use less flour. They came out very dry and crumbly. I had to cut the tops out and scoop out the rest with a spoon!
16 reviews
03/21/2014
When you first bite into these, they are so good. Tons of chocolate chip goodness that melts in your mouth. They lost one star because they do have a bit of a stevia aftertaste. Just a smidge of that bitterness. Overall, pretty good though. I bet they would be even better with frosting. I'm trying that next.
16 reviews
03/11/2014
Really like them! All the chips are amazing. The carb count is incredible with no artificial sweeteners - Excellent. Thanks so much for replacing it. Will definitely order these over all others from now on. Thank you again!

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