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This bread has twice the normal amount of zucchini (great for gardeners), apple butter, and whole wheat flour. A streusel topping is a nice optional addition.Submitted by KENABUG
My sister Sierra makes these from time to time and I always end up slicing off little bits until they add up to practically the whole pan; that's how good these are! Obviously, the high, empty caloric count renders them a sporadic treat, but by paying attention to serving size (if you cut the 9x13 pan into 36 pieces [5 equally spaced cuts along each edge] the resulting 1.5" x 2.167" bars are each about 200 calories) and serving alongside a portion of fruit (like a cup of sliced strawberries with a dollop [1 tbsp] of fat free cool whip) you can have a majorly sweet and indulgent dessert for about 250 calories total!Submitted by GRACIE55113
These brownies were adapted from a recipzaar.com recipe for low calorie banana brownies. I enhanced the fiber and nutrients by using whole wheat flour (the cocoa eliminates any taste and color difference between this and the standard white flour!) and made the treats more glycemically-friendly (not too mention even lower in calories) than the first recipe, which added nearly 50 calories worth of refined sugar to every brownie! The use of banana and chocolate as the main flavoring elements masks any "chemical sweetness" taste (and I personally never experience this sensation anyway!) and the use of real sugar, chemically, did not contribute to the scientific baking process in the original recipe, so the substitutions are more than ideal! Of course, if you are one of those folks that will simply not use artificial sweeteners feel free to use one cup of sugar (or a 50:50 mixture of white and brown sugar) instead, just remember to add 50 calories to the nutrition facts!
These brownies are very "cakelike" (my favorite kind!) and partner well with a smattering of strawberries and a glass of vanilla soymilk!Submitted by GRACIE55113
These cookie bars are healthier than average cookies because they contain dark chocolate, light butter, and substitute Splenda for some of the sugar!Submitted by NICOLEDIET5