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Oooh... yummy *and* healthy? It can't get any better than that. I used butter and subbed walnuts with pecans, but other than that followed the recipe precisely. I found them a little too soft and cakey, but maybe if I had cooked them longer...? Anyhow, I expect that after a night in the fridge, they'll be a little harder and chewier. These have a really unique flavor that I really like. Quick, easy, healthy and tasty. You're a gem, Cornelia.

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Roosie April 02, 2004

These didn't really taste like butterscotch at all, to me. They just tasted like...wheat germ and molasses. Which isn't bad or anything, I was just expecting something different from a recipe called "butterscotch brownies". It was very easy and my two toddlers like them so all was not lost.

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Ruthieroo June 01, 2008

This was such an unusual recipe! But it's so good, and really does taste like butterscotch. I used applesauce for the butter, honey for the molasses, and 1/2 cup Splenda. It was plenty sweet still. I omitted the nuts & salt. They baked up nice & firm-strange for using no butter-and cut very nicely. Hopefully my husband will be fooled! Thank u for sharing.

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LUVMY2BOYS December 15, 2007

These are really good. I used brummel& brown for the margarine, and pecans. We thought these were sweet and had really good texture.

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ladypit December 13, 2007

I really like the taste of these, and the fact that they're healthy. I used lower-fat margarine and left out the walnuts to cut down on the fat, and they turned out great. Thanks for posting!

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texasmama September 28, 2005
Healthy Flourless Butterscotch Brownies