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    Cakes with CHOCOLATE

    Oh my...Easy cakes made with some form of chocolate!! Lower fat or low fat.
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    This cake is almost fat-free, if you are in need of a chocolate fix and watching your fat intake then this might be what you are looking for ;-) don't bother licking the spoon before baking as the yogurt makes it taste kind of tingly and weird, lol! Watch closely, do not overbake this cake you will need to experiment with length of cooking time to suit your oven and baking pan. Enjoy one or two pieces without any guilt --- for greasing see my recipe#78579 --- *NOTE* for Weight Watchers program it is calculated at 18 pieces/2 points each

    Recipe #209214

    36 Reviews |  By Lennie

    This is a moist, yummy cake perfect for those who can't have milk and/or eggs!

    Recipe #12564

    4 Reviews |  By Redsie

    Made this for a family gathering. It is delicious! The combination of chocolate and banana is great! It also makes a nice cake since it is two colors when you slice it! I also added half a banana for decoration on the cake. Can't wait to bake it again! I adapted a bit this recipe from a R. Reisman recipe.

    Recipe #165502

    Moist chocolate cake with subtle berry flavour. Excellent introduction to tofu in a dessert. Only you will know it is made with tofu. 1 cup whole wheat flour and 1/2 cup all-purpose flour may be substituted for 1 1/2 cups all-purpose flour.

    Recipe #110935

    8 Reviews |  By Kree

    If you like pepppermint, this cake will knock your socks off. It's minty, fudgy, and full of delicious flavor. Amazingly, it's also low fat and completely IBS safe! This recipe is from the cookbook "Eating for IBS" by the wonderful Heather Van Vorous. You can also substitute almond extract for the peppermint for a different taste experience, or just leave out the second extract completely and double the vanilla! This is great with a chocolate or mocha glaze (see my mocha mint glaze!).

    Recipe #83547

    This cake is fabulous and when you crave something scrumptious but don't want all the fat and calories look no further. This is good topped with your favorite sorbet or fat free vanilla yogurt.

    Recipe #114166

    When I first saw this recipe (on the label of a white vinegar bottle - where else?), I thought "Vinegar in a dessert? This must be a joke!) So I made the recipe, just for the heck of it, and found it surprizingly yummy!

    Recipe #16106

    This is from Sept/Oct 2004 WW magazine. I have a friend on WW coming for a birthday dinner, so this will be her birthday cake. Each serve is 2 1/2 pts. I am going to replace 1/2 cup sugar with Splenda, and reduce cocoa to 1/4 cup to further reduce the points.

    Recipe #110203

    Adopted from the RecipeZaar account. I haven't made these yet.

    Recipe #104156

    5 Reviews |  By Irmgard

    A low fat recipe that is great. The cake (without the caramelized banana topping) can be made by itself in a loaf pan.

    Recipe #53509

    This is a really quick and easy recipe to whip up. Tip: if you have too many ripe bananas to eat, peel and freeze them. That way you'll always have them on hand to make this recipe (or any recipe that calls for mashed banana).

    Recipe #67977

    You'd never know this cake is low calorie and has only 1 gram of fat per serving. It doesn't have to be served warm -- it was good even after being in the fridge.

    Recipe #118531

    I got this recipe from a free cookbook I got a Wal Mart. The recipe originally comes from the Canyon Health Resort.

    Recipe #125255

    Low fat cake with a nice blend of chocolate chips and oranges

    Recipe #56758

    2 Reviews |  By Whisper

    From Lean and Luscious and Meatless, this cake gets its wonderful, moist texture from maple syrup, applesauce, and apple juice. You have to try this one to believe how good it is!

    Recipe #122701

    I developed this recipe specifically for RSC, intended for the adventurer. One might look at the ingredients and be hesitant, but this isn't one of those recipes you'll make to use up ingredients on hand. This is a recipe you'll run out to get chickpeas (garbanzo beans) for! I PROMISE YOU. I had several people try these, not knowing the ingredients it was made with. None of them had a clue that there were chickpeas in this. They all loved it and two of them wanted seconds (the others were too full!). This is a delicious dessert, that is much healthier! Don't let the instructions scare you. It's really simple!!!! I do hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #131990

    5 Reviews |  By mollyvf

    Sounds weird but is actually really good. Got recipe from my mother.

    Recipe #127273

    1 Reviews |  By Run26.2

    Had an old banana laying around, looked up a wacky cake recipe and edited it to the types of food I usually eat. (aka: low fat/healthier) It is pretty gooey, but I may not have cooked it long enough, also a little chewy because of the oatmeal.

    Recipe #127003

    Good healthy alternative to brownies. Requested this recipe from a good friend while smelling it baking in her oven:) Kids and adults alike love this, esp. those who are fond of oatmeal cookies.

    Recipe #78411

    7 Reviews |  By Mercy

    Fast and delicious! The soy flour may be substituted with almond flour.

    Recipe #119950

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