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Moist, fudgy - totally yummy. I also added about a 1/2 cup of roughly chopped walnuts, and although they didn't need it - I frosted them. These are really good if you want lots of chocolate flavor with very little guilt! I will make these again, but may have to double the recipe next time! -M :)
This has a half cup of cocoa powder listed in the ingedients but doesn't say when to add it to the recipe. I combined it in with the flour, baking soda and salt and it turned out just wonderful. Great tasting brownies. Very delicious with the Raspberry Orange sauce.
These are a nice low-fat treat. My kids loved them even after I told them they are low-fat....I will be making these again. They are very moist and GREAT ! :)
Delicious! Wonderful lowfat comfort food! I made it exactly as directed. I ate my piece with half of a sliced apple, and drizzled the whole thing with a bit of fat free caramel ice cream topping. Yum! Thank you!
These are quick, easy and delicious and not too hard on the waistline. My husband says I can make them again, which is code for GRRRREAT! Next time I'll give the walnuts a try.
Simply awesome. Just a hint of apple. Very moist and VERY fudgy! Definitely try this one out if you're in need of a chocolate fix!
These are great. I didn't have a low fat margarine, so I used butter instead. However, I used Egg-Beaters instead of an egg. It all worked wonderfully. The hardest part is waiting for the brownies to cool before cutting them (and being able to taste them).
Without repeating what everyone else said, these were great. Much better than ones based on prune puree.
These were great - and my hips are happy too. Or am i happier with my hips? Even BF liked them and he knew they were low fat (I try not to let him know). Making a double batch next time !!
I forgot to add the sugar until these were already in the pan, but they still worked out!! Mmmmmm! Make sure they're cool before slicing