8 Healthiest Brownie Mixes on Grocery Shelves and 3 To Avoid

Trader Joe's Brownie Truffle Baking Mix

Trader Joe's brownie mix stood out in our taste test. It uses Dutch cocoa, which is smoother and darker. The recipe used melted butter instead of oil and included huge chocolate chunks.

Ghirardelli Chocolate Supreme Premium Brownie Mix

The most traditional Ghirardelli brownie mix was available in my local grocery store, so I picked it again. The Chocolate Supreme Premium Brownie Mix, like Betty Crocker's, includes a chocolate syrup packet.

Duncan Hines Chewy Fudge Brownie Mix

Duncan Hines makes a basic fudge brownie mix without chocolate chips or special directions. The 18.3-ounce package cost $1.69, making it one of the cheapest taste test alternatives.

Betty Crocker Supreme Original Brownie Mix

Betty Crocker's Supreme Original Brownie incorporate has a chocolate syrup pouch to incorporate into the batter, making it stand out on this list. My 16-ounce package cost $3.49.

Pillsbury Chocolate Fudge Brownie Mix

The Chocolate Fudge brownie mix, which seems to be the most basic of the several mixes available from Pillsbury. At only $1.79, an 18.4-ounce package was extremely reasonably priced.

Jiffy Fudge Brownie Mix

Jiffy offers plain brownie mix without chocolate chips or add-ins. It contained eight ounces of mix and required me to bake the brownies in a loaf pan instead of an eight-inch square pan, unlike the other brands.

Specially Selected Double Chocolate Premium Brownie Mix

The chocolatey batter and chocolate chips in this Aldi private-label brownie mix are meant to give you double the chocolate flavor. It cost me $1.95 for an 18-ounce package.

Halo Top Light Brownie Mix

Halo Top brownie mixes at my local grocery store, I had no clue they made them, but it was the ideal chance to include a healthier choice in our taste test.