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Being an on-again off-again Weight Watcher, I have made these several times in the past and I found them to be quite enjoyable. True they are not a real blondie - but they're not supposed to be - they're a WW treat and a pretty good substitution when you compare the fat and calories of a real blondie. These do the trick for me when I have a chocolate chip cookie craving which is often. The only downside for me was that I had to cut these really small and it was hard to only eat one :).

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Pinot Grigio January 19, 2008

The photo of the chocolate blondies: To flour mixture add 1/4 c. Unsweetened Cocoa powder. Add 1 c. Coconut and 1/2 to 1 c. Chopped walnuts when adding chocolate chips. Mixture is thick. I used 1 c. Brown sugar and 1/2 c Splenda sweetener. I used 1/3 c egg beaters instead of 2 egg whites. Baked at 350. Started at 20 minutes. Ended up baking for about 30 - 32 minutes. These were really good but could've been a bit moister. Will add a snack sized applesauce next time.

Read more at: http://www.food.com/recipe/weight-watchers-chocolate-chip-blondies-3-points-167843?oc=linkback

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Chickaboo September 24, 2012

My whole family loved these and I did too! For 3 points each though I have to be careful since I only get 21 points a day! I didn't think the mini chocolate chips would add enough chocolate flavor but they tasted like they had the regular size ones in them. So yummy!

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loricrenshaw June 27, 2010

I made these last night and we threw out the whole batch. These we very "blah" and tasted nothing like a blondie. I won't be making these again.

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Soon2BeRN January 08, 2008

I made these over the weekend and they were very good. My husband and the kids loved them. They were more like a chocolate chip cake than what I consider a "blondie", but were good none the less. I plan on making these for our bake fair at work because a lot of people are on Weight Watchers. Thanks for a great recipe!

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jennifer.blake-somers November 12, 2007

If I hadn't made them myself I would never have guessed they're a lower fat/cal dessert. They're awesome!

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knitterstitcher August 29, 2007

I made these a while back for my husband and I. They were sooo good. I even baked a batch for my students for a "Healthy Food Festival" and they loved it. The only change I made was using whole wheat flour. Thanks for sharing!

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Lazybug August 10, 2007

I made them for a friend's birthday and no one could tell that they were diet! Will make again. Thanks for the recipe.

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hungry4more April 10, 2007

Awesome and hard to stop eating!

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Demandy March 19, 2007

Very, very good for lower calorie dessert. Will make these again. Thanks for posting!

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little_wing March 08, 2007
Weight Watchers Chocolate Chip Blondies 3 Points