I won this box of Barefoot Contessa outrageous brownie mix some time ago, and never really got around to using it until recently. I opened up the box and found not just a dry brownie mix, but chocolate chips as well. That, along with the detailed instructions, made these a little more time-consuming than regular box brownie mix. Not that it was hard to follow or anything, but in case anyone's looking for a quick and easy brownie mix (especially for kids' baking), this may not be for you.
I didn't photograph the brownies when they were done because, well, a sheet of brownies in a pan isn't all that interesting looking, haha. I liked the addition of both the melted and solid chocolate chips in the brownies, they added an intense chocolate flavor and some texture as well. I cut up and froze the rest of them and they have held up nicely since then. Overall, I'm a fan of Ina Garten but wouldn't be running to spend $12 on a brownie mix again anytime soon. However, I do think it'd be a cute part of a gift for someone (nicer looking than a box of Pillsbury... just saying, haha).