Awesome! Like healthy brownie bites! The cereal twigs give a nice texture. Don't be alarmed when mixing the ingredients- it will be very dry and takes a little extra muscle to mix everything together (it will come together and get moist eventually). The effort is worth it.
These are really chocolatey. They will come together with a little work and do seem to need the entire 12 minutes in the oven. The cereal box says you're supposed to get three and a half dozen but I only got two dozen...these are two points each (using the 24 servings) on the Weight Watchers program.
Because of the warnings about the dry batter, I mixed the wet ingredients together and added the cake mix. Once all were throoughly mixed, I added the Fiber One. This worked out very well. The cookies were extremely light and very good. BTW, I used butter pecan cake mix and did not add nuts or chips. Thank you for a great recipe!
These were pretty good! Glad I read BerrySweet's review about how dry the mixture is before baking. As I was mixing I was thinking I would never get it all mixed up, but you will eventually get it all mixed together. I was able to get 32 cookies from it. Thanks for posting! Made for 2008 All New Zaar Cookbooks Tag.
These are very good! I have made them with SPICE cake mix instead of brownie mix and added chopped nuts! They are both very good!
My family LOVES these cookies. It's the taste of brownies with a great texture and the Fiber One makes them a much healthier treat. Itâ€™s cookies you can feel good about, AND the kids will actually eat â€¦ what a concept! ;-)