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CLARK971
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3/29/13 11:34 A

it's great you found something that works for you that you like. emoticon

i like their chocolate chip cookie brownies the best. (of course, i really liek regualr brownie too.) i also like the fiber one chewy protein bars. i don't have them all the time, but they are convenient for me at times.

my 12 year old daughter likes the brownies-which surprised me. she can't have the usual chewy or crunchy granola bars she used to take for lunch because of her braces. Sometimes i put one of the fiber one brownies in her lunch instead of the usual little debbie snack.



WHATKATHYSAYS
Posts: 52
3/29/13 11:00 A

I love the fiber one brownies when I'm desperate for something sweet. I don't eat them often but they're delicious when you're craving chocolate.

I'm going to try those black bean brownies!!



JENNILACEY
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3/29/13 7:27 A

They have quite a bit of added sugar although not much considering they're a "dessert". They also have palm oil and a ton of perservatives. Not for me.

I make black bean brownies. They're really simple and the texture is amazing. You blend black beans, unsweetened cocoa powder, olive oil, egg whites, vanilla, baking soda and a sweetner of choice (natural or sub, I use a little bit of splenda/brown sugar blend). And then bake for 25-30 mins.

Black Bean Brownies: Fiber One Brownie

100 cals 90 cals
13 carbs 18g carbs
5g fibre 5g fibre
2.5g sugar 8g sugar
4g fat (olive oil) (under 1g sat) 3g fat (1.5g sat)
4g protein 1g protein
70mg sodium 100g sodium

Then I blend a fat free cream cheese, plain Greek yogurt, banana and vanilla extract "icing".

Edited by: JENNILACEY at: 3/29/2013 (07:40)


SAKURABLOSSOM9
Posts: 524
3/29/13 7:15 A

I like them too, the brownie and the chocolate chip one. I keep them in my desk when I get that chocolate craving!



YOJULEZ
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3/29/13 12:11 A

I like the "cookie bar" version of them... the one that's light colored with chocolate chips. But yeah the regular brownie wasn't my favorite, pretty dry.



THIRTEENREASONS
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3/29/13 12:10 A

I've tried them and they're not too bad. It's the Chicory Root that upsets my stomach, though. Sadly, I've never had good luck with anything that uses that as a fiber additive. It's all about what finding works for you, though.



CORTNEY-LEE
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3/28/13 11:56 P

I am glad you have found something you like!





DRAGONCHILDE
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3/28/13 11:11 P

I did an amazing set of brownies not long ago using pureed pumpkin instead of oil... it was SO yummy!



MICHELLEXXXX
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3/28/13 10:53 P

I highly recommend spinach brownies.



DRAGONCHILDE
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3/28/13 10:47 P

Blech. I had one the other day, and honestly couldn't finish it. I threw it away unfinished. So dry and tasteless.

I'd rather cut a smaller portion of the real thing. ;)



LORIVIOLA
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3/28/13 10:10 P

they're really really good, and i dont feel a smidge guilty!



 
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