Hm. I've NEVER had any luck with brownies, so I haven't even attempted the recipe. Mine always come out like bricks.
Probably a temperature thing. Betty Crocker I ain't!
Now about that recipe that Carrie posted eons ago (you can tell I'm playing catch-up right now huh??) let's see those ingredients again!!!
> 1 lb lean ground beef
> 2 cans shoepeg corn
> 1 can each: black beans, pinto beans, kidney beans
> 1 can rotel
> 1 can tomatoes (I usually get diced tomatoes b/c I don't like the big chunks)
> 1 pkg taco seasoning
> 1 pkg ranch dressing mix
> 2 cups water
Hah. I'm guessing that WW doesn't care much about sodium counts...since generally taco seasoning and ranch dressing mix are LOADED with salt. I don't recall as ever seeing low-sodium versions but then again, this isn't the kind of stuff I buy anyway.
Let's see what we can do...
1 lb ground extra lean turkey breast
frozen corn kernels ("2 cans"? What size can is that?)
1 can each: black beans, pinto beans, kidney beans (This is OK IMO, just buy the low-sodium beans and rinse them throughly to get the brine off them)
1 can rotel (love that stuff! JC - Ro-Tel is awesome!)
1 can tomatoes (I usually get diced tomatoes b/c I don't like the big chunks) (I personally buy the Ready-Cut low-sodium tomatoes - good stuff - again what size can is that?
1 pkg taco seasoning (hm - how about chili powder and Tabasco sauce? The Ro-Tel is pretty spicy anyway)
1 pkg ranch dressing mix (this is a toughie - I'd play around with different seasonings a bit)
> 2 cups water