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The beauty of No Pudge

Want to no more about No Pudge products? Visit the No Pudge web site for recipes and more information about great ways to use the no pudge brownie mixes.

No Pudge & Weight Watchers

Doing Weight Watchers?  A No Pudge brownie counts for 2 points on your plan!

 

 

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No Pudge Brownie Reviews: The Mission ContinuesNo pudge raspberry brownie mix
No Pudge Raspberry Fudge Brownie Mix

I admit it. I am a big fan of the regular No Pudge brownies, but I was a little bit wary about the raspberry flavor. I love raspberries, but sometimes that is a problem because raspberry flavored things taste… well… raspberry "flavored" instead of like actual raspberries.

So, with a little trepidation, I embarked to make the raspberry No Pudge brownies. And the verdict is in…

Wow. Raspberry No Pudge Fudge Brownies are just as yummy as the original No Pudge brownies, but with a hint of raspberry. The flavor is fresh tasting and not artificial at all -- probably because the good folks at No Pudge use natural raspberry flavors instead of what some other products use -- which I am sure is some crazy chemical compound designed to work equally as raspberry food flavoring and public restroom air freshener.

Okay, back to the brownies. So, if you aren't familiar with No Pudge, the brownies are all completely fat free and reasonably low calorie. They are thick and fudgy and chewy and definitely satisfying. The raspberry version of No Pudge offers all of these great traits with a hint of raspberry for those who need a little variety in their chocolate intake.

One box of mix makes 12 good-sized brownies, each with 120 calories, no fat and of course, no trans fat.  The all natural ingredients include cane sugar, wheat flour, dutch cocoa (full of antioxidants!!!!), egg whites, cornstarch, wheat gluten, vanilla, salt and baking soda. Yum. It doesn't get much better than this. (Unless of course you put some whipped cream and fudge sauce on your brownie, but that is probably better not mentioned here…)

Coming up next... Cappucino No Pudge (that one is harder to find!)

Read the original No Pudge Brownie Review
 

 

 

 

   
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