Chocolate Chip Brownie Mix 11.5 oz, Doctor's CarbRite Diet

Doctor's CarbRite Diet Brownie Mix creates rich and fudgy sugar-free brownies that are low in net impact carbs.

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Doctor's CarbRite Diet Chocolate Chip Brownie Mix

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Doctor's CarbRite Diet Chocolate Chip Brownie Mix
12 Servings Per 11.5 oz. Box

Just what the Doctor ordered! Finally a great tasting sugar free brownie mix. Doctor's CarbRite Diet Brownie Mix with real chocolate chips is a fantastic sugar-free alternative for a rich sweet snack.

How does Doctor's CarbRite sugar-free brownie stack up when compared to conventional brownies? Doctor's CarbRite mix has nearly 50% fewer calories, far fewer Net Impact Carbs, nearly three times as much fiber and more than twice as much protein as compared to other famous name brownie mixes. Doctor's CarbRite uses healthful, quality ingredients like whole-wheat flour. Once you taste it, you won't believe it's sugar-free and diabetic-friendly.

CarbRite brownies are easy to make. They require an additional three large eggs, half a cup of softened butter, and one teaspoon of water. Each box makes 12 brownies, so your entire family can enjoy this guilt-free, delicious treat and maintain a healthy lifestyle.

Doctor's CarbRite Diet Brownie Mix features:

  • Sugar Free
  • Only 1.5 g net impact carbs
  • Excellent source of fiber
  • Good source of protein
  • No trans fats
  • No artificial sweeteners

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* These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent disease.

Directions
Directions:
1. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit.
2. Beat eggs and then add dry ingredients.
3. Combine and beat until well blended.
4. Mix in softened butter and 1 tsp water.
5. Pour into greased 8" square glass dish and set into a larger baking dish.
6. Pour enough hot water into the larger baking dish to come 1 inch up side of square glass dish.
7. Place both dishes into preheated oven.
8. Bake at 400 degrees for about 40-50 minutes.
9. Chill in refrigerator for 1 hour and serve.

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Must have good impulse control around these brownies
by J9deborah on 11/8/2013

Good, rich and everything I want in a brownie except the carbs. The sugar alcohols didn't bother me. I heated them up, topped them off with some whipped cream and was in heaven. I ate the whole batch in three days. Alone. I know, pathetic, but I have no regrets. That is the only problem with these brownies. Too tempting. I don't feel I am missing out on treats when I eat these. I ordered three more boxes. Hopefully I'll have more impulse control next batch.

Sugar Alcohol
by Constance on 1/16/2013

Was so excited to give them a try, made them today. Had a few not so bad but didn't realize how much sugar alcohol was in each serving. If you are sensitive to sugar alcohol you might either want to cut your serving size down or try something without it. Seriously not worth the after effects.

WARNING!!
by on 3/10/2012

DO NOT purchase these unless your willpower falls in the very top percentile, because these are Gooo-Hooooo-HoooooD! I have a regular brownie recipe titled THE BEST BROWNIES IN THE WORLD, and people say they're the best. Well, these are even better! But the serving size is only about one inch square, and unless you have incredible willpower, you won't have the power to only eat one. I know because my willpower is pretty good, and I ate three in one sitting. So that's why these need a warning label. These are, in all honesty, the best brownies I've ever had--so if you're trying to be strict, consider yourself warned. YUUUUUM!

Good but not Great
by NEV on 3/12/2011

I do not LOVE these brownies.. I undercooked them a bit to get them to be fudge like, but I think I would have preferred them to be cooked a little more. They turned out more like pure fudge.. not really a brownie. I still have another box so I am going to try again. So bottom line, they were good, but not GREAT based on the way I cooked them. Hopefully my second box will turn out great!

Delicious & Fudgy!
by KatO on 3/5/2011

I can't believe these are low carb, pricey but worth it!

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