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Not a bad alternative to a less healthy option. Very brownie-like and a good way to satisfy a sweet tooth. Just lacks the substance of a "real" brownie.

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donscott1214 September 19, 2009

While I wouldn't necessarily call these healthy, they certainly have less fat than many other brownie recipes. I omitted the nuts but otherwise left the recipe as written. These are fudgy and very nice. Good basic brownies without a pound of butter.

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ladypit May 14, 2008

Disapointed anyone would call this healthy! 10.9g fat and 40 mg of Cholesterol is NOT healthy. Recommend substituting Eggbeaters, Promise, Splenda and half whole wheat flour to be more healthy

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ganerd December 31, 2006

These brownies are very good. A friend of mine makes the best I've ever had, but these are also in my recipe box now. I made some minor adjustments because I did not have any unsweetened baking squares. To substitute, use 3 TBS cocoa and 1 TB butter for each ounce. Also, I decreased the sugar by two tablespoons to further reduce the calories per serving. I REALLY like cocoa and I believe this helped bring out even more of the cocoa flavor. Thanks for a great alternative brownie recipe, dahlia!

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Wild Squirrel December 04, 2006

This recipie was fantastic. It tasted like a unhealthy brownie. It was a treat that i wish i was eating right now... maybe i'll make a batch now.

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Chef Fun November 11, 2006

great recipe! i did alot of substituding for an even healthier brownie too! i substituted margerine, half whole wheat flour, 1 egg white, and splenda.. a new tradition for me :)

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BonBons June 08, 2006
Healthy Brownies