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I used a mixture of chocolate and butterscotch chips because that is what I had. I used 5
T mixed and 1 1/2 cups fiber one. I made 11 cookies each a Tbsp size, comes to 48 calories and 3 grams of fiber which equals 1 point using the old ww system. Nummy
To experiment, I scaled the recipe down a good bit - 1 1/2 cups cereal to ~1/2 cup chips and a small dollop of PB for 12 good-sized haystacks. They set up quite hard in the fridge but if left out, they crumble when you try to bite. All that said, I still love them! It is a way to get my chocolate fix without a lot of guilt. Thanks for sharing!
I plan on making them in my special education class in the near future. I will be leaving out the peanut butter due to a severe nut allergy in my school, but I look forward to trying them.
I found this little gem by accident. It showed up as "Next Recipe" on the page of a recipe I had adopted for Fall PAC. I took them to school to share and told my colleagues they had a secret ingredient. ;) Once they tried them (and LOVED them!), I let the cat out of the bag and admitted it was a Weight Watchers recipe using Fiber One cereal. The common response was, "Oh good! I can have another one!" Thanks for sharing this great recipe, windhorse!
I had read the recipe somewhere, didnt write it down and could not remember how much of what. could not find it on the WW website so happy you posted it here. :) thank you!
Really easy to make! I was kind of skeptical of them but I really liked them. They have just the right amount of chocolate and Peanut butter to satisfy a sweet tooth. I try to only eat 2 a day because of the high fiber content.
so easy, yummy and good for you. thanks!
These were great! I used about 2 tbsp of reduced fat peanut butter, but otherwise followed the recipe exactly as written. Easy to make, and even easier to eat and they really satisfy my chocolate craving without all the guilt! Thanks so much for posting...we love these!!