Trying Out the Lo-Dough Brownie Mix* – A gluten free review

*This blog post contains discounted items donated by *.

A massive thank you to Louise from Whatchewlookingat for the discount code. You can find her Instagram here

Hi and welcome back.

I hope you are all okay and doing well. Its been a very busy month for me, trying to balance full time work, LivingCoeliac and issues with our new house. Moving home is never going to be easy and there are always things you need to adjust when you move in to make it feel like home. However, I was not expecting to have to call out a plumber 3 times in 2 weeks because the upstairs and downstairs sink and toilet leaked. Luckily it is all sorted now.

This week I thought I would share my thoughts on the Lo-Dough Brownie Mix*. If you don’t already know, Lo-Dough are a UK based company specialising in gluten and dairy free Original Bases* but also have a Brownie Mix* which is gluten free. Their products are low carbohydrate, high protein and and fibre and certified gluten free – what is not to love?

I have tried their Original Lo-Dough Bases* and loved them; you can use them to make so many things but I loved them for a gluten free sausage, bean and cheese melt. You can find my thoughts on the Original Lo-Dough Bases* and the recipe for my Greggs inspired gluten free Sausage, Bean and Cheese melt here if you are interested.

The Brownie Mix* is simple and easy to use and makes the most amazing brownies. Want to know more? Here are 5 Things You Needs to Know about the Lo-Dough Brownie Mix. I hope you enjoy this blog post. C. -x-

5 Things You Need to Know About the Lo-Dough Brownie Mix

1. So What is the Brownie Mix*?

The Lo-Dough Brownie Mix is a gluten free, low calorie is to make packet mix that creates 9 tasty brownies. The mixture contains real chocolate chips, making these brownies light and yet indulgent at the same time.

2. How do I Order the Brownie Mix*?

You can purchase Lo-Dough products in select stores in the UK and Ireland as detailed on their website here. You can also order any of their products from their website. The Lo-Dough Brownie Mix* cost £4.99 for 1 packet mix. You can also subscribe to their website where you save 20% on your order.

3. How do I make the Brownies?

To make the Lo-Dough brownies, you simply add water to the packet mix. Add the mixture to a brownie tin and bake at 180°C. for 20 minutes. Leave to cool before cutting and serving.

4. Can I add different flavours to the Brownie Mix*?

Absolutely! I have made these brownies on multiple occasions. The first time, I followed the recipe and the next time I started to experiment. This brownies taste amazing with mint chocolate added to them. Other options you can try are Raspberry and White Chocolate or why not try adding fruits and nuts to them?

5. Why this Brownie Mix*?

I love the Lo-Dough Brownie Mix* for a few reasons. It is low calorie (only 65 Kcal per brownie, they are easy to make and there are so many different things you can do with the packet mix. Lo-Dough have a great recipe list on their website for ways to use their brownie mix. You can find the link here if you are interested. I can’t wait to try the Low-Cal Baked Brownie Pot or the Speedy Low-Cal Hot Chocolate Fudge Cake.

There you go! 5 Things you Need to Know About the LO-Dough Brownie Mix*. Now the big question is, will you try it? Let me know in the comments if you would buy this packet mix. For someone who has always struggled with brownie recipes, this packet mix is perfect.

Let me know what other gluten free products you would like me to review in the comments below.

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Speak to you Thursday. -x-


I'm Chrissi, a lover of all things food. I love re-creating and adapting recipes so they are gluten free, looking for new gluten free places to eat and more -x-

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