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My name is Lindsay Frucci and I am a brownieholic. I love thick, fudgy, chewy brownies. I hate fat. In my food or on my hips, fat is something I like to live without. Since most thick, fudgy, chewy brownies are loaded with fat this created quite a problem. Were brownies without guilt a possibility? In January of 1995, I decided to try and find out. Since my family and I had already tried and rejected several commercially available fat free brownies (they either tasted like fruit or had no taste at all), I decided to see if I could come up with my own fat free brownie recipe. During the next few weeks, I made and threw away more pans of brownies than most people make in a lifetime. Fortunately, we were having some remodeling done on our home at the time and the two builders who were doing the work were only too happy to be my "official" taste testers. They took their mission very seriously, carefully evaluating every batch of fat free brownies for taste and texture. By the time the remodeling was done, I had a recipe for fat free brownies that were chewy, very rich and fudgy, and, best of all, FAT FREE I knew that I wanted to turn the recipe into a company, but with a background that included pediatric nursing and being a Mom, I had absolutely no idea how... Enter my local SCORE (Service Corps of Retired Executives) office. There, I was incredibly lucky to be connected with two wonderful gentlemen who had had extensive experience in the food industry. With their expertise and guidance, No Pudge! Foods was begun. FAT FREE Original Fudge Brownie Mix first appeared on the shelves of a few New Hampshire stores in August of 1995.
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Pure Cane Sugar, Unbleached Wheat Flour, Dutch Cocoas, Egg Whites, Corn Starch, Wheat Gluten, Salt,& Baking Soda.
Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Lightly spray an 8 x 8 inch metal baking pan with cooking spray. Put mix in large mixing bowl. Add 2/3 cup nonfat vanilla or French vanilla yogurt (you can use plain yogurt, just add 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract as well) and mix to blend. The batter will be very thick. Once the dry mix is incorporated, stir well for about a minute until batter is smooth and shiny. Pour into the prepared pan and bake for 34 minutes. Yield: 12 to 16 brownies. Enjoy!! 1. High Altitude Directions: Increase oven temp slightly to 360-365 degrees. Add 2 tablespoons of flour to the mix and mix per package directions. Bake for 35 to 40 minutes. 2. If you like your brownies more cake-like, reduce the yogurt to 1/2 cup (4 ounces) and add 1 egg white. Bake as directed. 3. Lactose intolerant or simply out of yogurt? Try substituting 2/3 cup of applesauce, fat free sour cream, silken tofu or soy yogurt for the 2./3 cup of vanilla extract, mix and bake per package directions. 4. Tips for Cutting: When the pan is no longer hot, stick it in the fridge until chilled. Then run a sharp knife or pizza cutter under hot water and cut, rinsing under hot water after each cut. Single Serving Recipe: The brownies are so rich and fudgy that you're afraid you might eat the whole pan in one sitting? No problem. Make them one at a time using our single serving recipe. In a small, microwaveable container, mix 2 tablespoons of your favorite No Pudge! mix with 1 tablespoon of fat free vanilla yogurt. Stir until smooth and shiny and then pop in the microwave and cook on High foe 1 minute. Top with fat free whipped topping or frozen yogurt, for a delicious treat!
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Tastes like full fat brownies! You would never know they are reduced fat! NO guilt factor after going to town on the pan!Published 21 days ago by RLutz
For medical reason I can only have about 30 grams of fat per day. I was really missing chocolate, but No Pudge Brownies fixed that. They are delicious, chewy and oh so good. Read morePublished 23 days ago by Jacklyn
delicious, and a great alternative to the traditional brownie mix using oil and eggs. A bit hard to mix up but once you get the knack its okay. Read morePublished 23 days ago by wendy biel
For a no-fat brownie, it's hard to beat these. Moist and flavorful. We had a bit of trouble with the packaging, as a couple of the inner bags leaked on the trip up to Alaska, but... Read morePublished 28 days ago by Mike F
These are great brownies, so delicious and easy to make; however, the boxes I received were very dusty and leaking brownie mix all over.Published 1 month ago by Jana Michele Smith
Tried these to help with the guilt of loving chocolate and sweets. They were okay. I've read that you can add different things to them such as peanut butter, dark chocolate... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Janelle
Using Yogurt to make my desert is great! This No Fat Fudge Brownie Is Delicious - just like you'd expect from foods from Louisiana! Read morePublished 1 month ago by Debra B.
Only brownies my family will eat. Hard to find in local stores,
but Amazon makes it easy. Probably the healthiest and least fattening brownies you can
purchase- made with... Read more