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April 23, 2010Reviewer: A customer in New York* Tastes fine, but very pricey for what it is and full of sugar. I agree, stick with vitatops - also pricey, but better nutritional stats and taste as good, maybe even better.This review is specific to Lite Microwave Mix, Frosted Brownies
April 18, 2010Reviewer: Cindy in Kansas* I'm not quite sure how to grade this. On one hand, you have a hot chocolaty brownie that is light and fluffy. On the other hand, you just paid $1.89 for 1 (!) brownie. While it is good, I think I'll stick with VitaTops.This review is specific to Lite Microwave Mix, Frosted Brownies
1 of 1 people found the following review helpfulMarch 21, 2010Reviewer: John in Wisconsin* This is a pretty interesting product. The big packet basically contains a powdered baking mix. After mixing in a couple spoons of water and putting it in the microwave for 30 seconds, it really does produce a small cake/brownie. I'd like it more if sugar was not such a prominent ingredient (you can save a few calories by not topping the cake with the powdered/brown sugar packs...the cakes themselves taste plenty sweet without this).