A milk free chocolatey treat
These are very similar to Waitrose’s gluten free brownies, just a little bigger and a slightly drier texture. They’re not a substitute for a ‘real’ brownie but when your body can’t cope with animal milk these are a nice chocolate treat. Yes there are more ingredients than the average home baked brownie - but for once this is probably due mostly to necessity. Gluten free recipes need more than one starch to replace the wheat...and prepared food has to list ALL the ingredients. (It can’t just read ‘chocolate’ they have to include what’s in the chocolate). When you have to avoid milk your expectations regarding ready made food are pretty low, but these are a successful find. They are crumbly and chocolatey and satisfy my sweet tooth.
Very tasty brownie
Very tasty brownie
Free From BROWNIES, Nice substitute!
For people who have No choice but to be Gluten or Wheat free these Brownies are a more than acceptable substitute. I have a wheat Alergy plus I've been lactose Intolerant since Birth, as most of us who look for alternatives to basic foods such as Bread we know....it's a bit of a lottery but the rewards have improved over time... These Kipling Brownies are not soft & quishy however, they are tasty but a little bit crispy on top! Can't say i mind though. So, if you want a tasty but not perfect replacement for a brownie then these will do nicely 🙂
If you are fan of a good brownie, don't try these. I bought this as it was on offer, and I love a good brownie. (I don't need gluten free but I don't avoid these products as I don't believe they should have to be any different). Squidgyness has passed these brownies by, and the lengthy list of ingredients is bewildering when a brownie recipe is so simple with about 8 ingredients (or 9 if you want to add nuts). The chocolate used is harsh on the palate and left me gasping for water. An altogether unpleasant experience.