With these innovative adjustments, your boxed brownie mix will taste even better!
Many people who have made their own brownies from scratch over the years discover that they never measure up to the flawlessly fudgy, crinkly brownies that come from a pre-mix brownie mix. It appears that no recipe can ever match it! So from now on, if you offer to bring brownies to an occasion, just use the packaged brownie mix because there's no need to mess with perfection. Just add a little extra flair to the boxed brownie mix to at least give the impression that you tried creating this dessert from scratch to your friends and family.
Add Choco Chips
Sprinkle some confectionery on top of your boxed brownie mix for a quick upgrade that will give the brownies a little extra something! Although chocolate chips clearly work great in this recipe, you could also be creative and use other types of baking chips, such as peanut butter, butterscotch, white chocolate, caramel, mint, and peppermint.
Sprinkle Sea salt
This simple boxed brownie makeover will instantly sate your appetite if you enjoy salty-sweet desserts. After pouring the brownie batter into the prepared pan with parchment paper, lightly sprinkle coarse sea salt on top. Bake as directed on the packet, and presto! a chocolate brownie with sea salt.
Having trouble choosing between a cookie or a brownie? Make brookies! In this upgraded dessert, cookie dough and brownie batter from boxes are baked together to form a tasty bar. Press the pre-packaged cookie dough into the bottom of a lined brownie pan to create a brookie. After that, spread the brownie batter over the pan and bake for 30-35 minutes at 350. Some brownie fans will even reverse the cooking sequence, placing dollops of cookie dough on top after browning the brownies first. Pick an option that suits you!
If you enjoy chocolate-dipped strawberries or can't resist anything with chocolate and raspberries, this boxed brownie mix upgrade is for you. Add a few spoonfuls of your preferred berry jam, then use a spatula to incorporate it. Fresh fruit, such as raspberries, can be added on top of the jam if you really want to give the brownies an acidic fruit flavour.
Even a packaged cake mix seems to benefit from coffee if it is cooked with chocolate. Why not incorporate coffee into your brownie batter as well? The water in the boxed brownie recipe can be replaced with leftover coffee, or you can add some instant coffee to the mixture. The coffee enhances the baked good's flavour, making it more delicious.