21.16 oz pkg
Sugar, Wheat Flour, 8% Chocolate Powder (Sugar, Cocoa Paste, Low-Fat Cocoa Powder), 4.8% Low-Fat Cocoa Powder, Powdered Hens’ Egg Whites, Powdered Hens’ Egg Yolks, Salt.
Contains: wheat, egg. This product is prepared and packaged using equipment that may come in contact with soy, tree nuts (almonds), sesame, milk.
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1/2 cup of milk. 1/2 bag of mix. 6 tbsp melted butter. Grease the pan with butter or non-stick cooking spray. Mix 2 minutes. 8 inches x 8 inches. 22 - 25 minutes. 375 degrees F. Voila!
Luxembourg,Product Of Luxembourg.