Nutrition Facts
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Serving Size: 1 serving
Amount Per Serving
  • Calories 146.3
  • Total Fat 3.0 g
  • Saturated Fat 1.6 g
  • Polyunsaturated Fat 0.2 g
  • Monounsaturated Fat 0.9 g
  • Cholesterol 0.0 mg
  • Sodium 202.0 mg
  • Potassium 126.5 mg
  • Total Carbohydrate 32.7 g
  • Dietary Fiber 9.2 g
  • Sugars 8.4 g
  • Protein 6.1 g
  • Vitamin A 4.7 %
  • Vitamin B-12 0.0 %
  • Vitamin B-6 5.4 %
  • Vitamin C 0.1 %
  • Vitamin D 0.0 %
  • Vitamin E 1.1 %
  • Calcium 8.2 %
  • Copper 8.7 %
  • Folate 3.2 %
  • Iron 12.9 %
  • Magnesium 7.1 %
  • Manganese 14.6 %
  • Niacin 4.3 %
  • Pantothenic Acid 0.9 %
  • Phosphorus 6.0 %
  • Riboflavin 3.5 %
  • Selenium 3.4 %
  • Thiamin 4.8 %
  • Zinc 2.7 %
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

Calories in High Fiber Brownies

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Submitted by: STEPFANIER

Calories per Ingredient

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Calories per serving of High Fiber Brownies

53 calories of Whole Wheat Flour, (0.13 cup)

33 calories of Semisweet chocolate, (0.04 cup mini chips)

20 calories of Beans - Black - Dry - 60Cal/1/4-Cup, (0.33 serving)

16 calories of Prunes, dried, (0.04 cup, pitted)

14 calories of Instant, Quick, and Regular Oats Cereal, cooked with water, (0.04 cup, dry, yields)

6 calories of Cocoa, dry powder, unsweetened, (0.03 cup)

5 calories of Brown sugar (C & H Dark Brown), (0.33 tbsp)

1 calories of Vanilla Extract, (0.08 tsp)

0 calories of Baking Powder, (0.13 tsp)

0 calories of Salt, (0.04 tsp)

0 calories of Water, tap, (0.17 cup (8 fl oz))

Nutrition & Calorie Comments  

Cocoa and fiber! What a combination! Submitted by:

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Nice to see a brownie recipe. Carbs a little high for me. Submitted by:

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Made these for young grandson needing extra fiber. Pretty good and he loved them. Next time, might add more sugar and an egg, as they were very dense. Also, doesn't say when to add the cocoa powder! I added it in with the dry ingredients (oats, four, etc.) Submitted by:

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I love this high fiber brownie recipe. Yummy! Submitted by:

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Sounds like fiber overload to me, will not be trying them
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For me, this recipe was worth making for the nutritional boost alone. Not much can replace the taste of a traditional brownie but I can forego that a bit if the substitute has other merits (i.e. less fat/more fiber). I added 1/2 c. walnuts and I'll double the sugar next time. Submitted by:

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These brownies are not very sweet. I like them, the rest of the family likes a sweeter taste. Great fiber! Submitted by:

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Edible, but disappointing. Next time I shall add fruit or vegetable puree, yogurt instead of water, more sugar, or, better, molasses, probably an egg, maybe some oil. More calorific, but tastier. Also the quantities were too big for my food processor. Next time I shall make it in 2 instalments Submitted by:

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I wasn't sure about this, but the texture is great and it does supply a great hit of sugar and chocolate Submitted by:

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I was too afraid to try them after the comments. If you are looking for a good low calorie brownie, try Vitalicious brownie mix--they are delicious! I buy the mix from Amazon, but the company also sells the mix. Submitted by:

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I am going to try this one out. I use sucanat instead of processed sugar and I will have to buy some prunes but I have a really bad craving for sweets and it has messed me up calorie wise so many times, maybe these will be the answer! Submitted by:

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I suggest soaking the beans and the prunes (separately), preferably overnight. For those who cannot eat refined/added sugars, soak dates in a bowl overnight and that will give you about the same flavor. I like this recipe, but as I am not vegan and on the elimination diet, honey is just fine for me! Submitted by:

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I made this today doubling the sugar, upping the cocoa to 1/2 cup, swapping in milk for a cup of the water bc I'm not vegan, and 3/4 C of sweetened applesauce for another 1/2 C. of the water. I omitted the choc. chips, and that was probably a mistake, because it's not really got much flavor to it. Submitted by:

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Sounds a little too rich for my tastes. Prunes, brown sugar... Enjoy on your own. Submitted by:

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I can't believe how good these are. I can tell that they are low fat, but they are sweet enough and a big portion!
To answer your question LINZW3 a small t= teaspoon and large T= tablespoon
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Like others say, not your typical brownie. The texture was nice and dense, and I love the nutritious ingredients, but I really needed a little more sweet flavor. Maybe spreading the melted chocolate chips on top or add apple sauce instead of water would help. A little calorie dense, too. Submitted by:

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I read the comments & got worried. Then I ate one & loved it! It looked pretty dry so I sifted powdered sugar over the top. DH liked it ok til I shared the secret ingredient (black beans; he knew about the prunes!). My food processor has a small bowl so I used the blender. I had to finish in a bowl. Submitted by:

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