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These are the best tasting low fat brownies I've had so far. My only problem was that this did not fit into a 9x13 pan. It would have worked perfectly in a 8X8. My eggwhites seemed to deflate alot when I blended them with the fluff and maybe that is why it was smaller, I'm not sure. Either way the taste is bang on and the texture is perfect. Thanx!

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Pudding33 June 12, 2006

These were very good, but definately tasted low fat. I added some chopped up caramels which were delicious! They were fast and easy, and i would make them again.

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ctitheco August 27, 2010

Decent browines. The adults in our family give these a 3, but the kids gave such an enthusiastic 5 that we agreed on a 4! These were dense and sort of chewy, and my husband didn't think they had enough chocolatey taste. But the kids thought they were great and look forward to them in school lunches tomorrow. I'm always glad to be able to make lower fat things that they enjoy. Thanks.

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ladypit December 02, 2007

These were a hit with the whole family. I used splenda instead of sugar and an 8X8 for 28 min. They were more cakey than brownie but still good.

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Wildblu3 October 19, 2007

These taste good! A little sticky, so a fork is a good idea as someone else said. I used splenda in place of sugar. Very yummy for being lowfat!

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KadesMom April 27, 2007

These were really great, I was a litle unsure as to what would happen, but as I started making it, the smell had me loving it without even trying them. My only advice is to eat them with a fork or spoon as they are quite sticky. I also had to half my recipe because we didn't have enough cocoa, and it worked fine. Thanks for the recipe. Miss Pixie

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Perfect Pixie August 02, 2006

I just finished eating one and was so surprised at how fattening these tasted! There really isn't any reason to make the butter laden brownies anymore. When I was mixing the Fluff with the egg mixture is was quite lumpy. I beat the daylights out of it and the lumps remained. I was a little worried about it, but when I mixed it with the dry ingredients, the Fluff lumps disapeared. So don't worry about the lumps if you make this. I topped the brownies with vanilla ice cream and we loved them! The kids never suspected they were light.Thank you GB!

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Kiss*My*Tiara July 10, 2004

Made these a week ago for a party this weekend. They froze well and I put them in the fridge the night before, then took them out to bring to room temp. I used splenda, whole wheat flour, almond extract (to get the nut taste - I should have used black walnut or hazelnut instead) and homemade marshmallow creme (made from splenda and significantly lower in carbs and calories - I'll post the recipe soon). I cut them into triangles and they tasted delish! Because of the splenda, these babies were done in 15 minutes, but mine came out slightly dry (I tend to overbake even when testing with toothpicks!), I suggest trying at 12, 13 minutes if using a sub. However, I don't see how these brownies are "rocky" - there aren't any nuts in it - that's why I added a nut-flavored extract. These should be called "Smooth Road Brownies" or Un-Rocky Road Brownies"

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nomnom July 28, 2003
Light Rocky Road Brownies