Fiber One Chocolate Haystacks

"Haven't tried this. Came from a Weight Watchers message board. Number of servings is a guess."
photo by SusieQusie photo by SusieQusie
photo by SusieQusie
photo by SusieQusie photo by SusieQusie
photo by SusieQusie photo by SusieQusie
Ready In:


  • 8 18 ounces general mills Fiber One cereal (one sleeve)
  • 12 ounces semi-sweet chocolate chips
  • 2 teaspoons peanut butter (optional)


  • Melt 1 bag of good semi-sweet chocolate chips in microwave in a large bowl on high for about 2 minutes or until melted (stirring occasionally).
  • Once melted, mix in 1 sleeve of Fiber One cereal (8.1 oz). Once well blended, use a tablespoon to scoop out rounded cookies onto a cookie sheet lined with wax paper. Refrigerate until set (about 1/2 hour). Can freeze portions until ready to eat.

Questions & Replies

default avatar
  1. Chef blue fairy
    How many points?


  1. SusieQusie
    To experiment, I scaled the recipe down a good bit - 1 1/2 cups cereal to ~1/2 cup chips and a small dollop of PB for 12 good-sized haystacks. They set up quite hard in the fridge but if left out, they crumble when you try to bite. All that said, I still love them! It is a way to get my chocolate fix without a lot of guilt. Thanks for sharing!
  2. DPar6310
    I used a mixture of chocolate and butterscotch chips because that is what I had. I used 5 <br/>T mixed and 1 1/2 cups fiber one. I made 11 cookies each a Tbsp size, comes to 48 calories and 3 grams of fiber which equals 1 point using the old ww system. Nummy
  3. Stacee R.
    I found this little gem by accident. It showed up as "Next Recipe" on the page of a recipe I had adopted for Fall PAC. I took them to school to share and told my colleagues they had a secret ingredient. ;) Once they tried them (and LOVED them!), I let the cat out of the bag and admitted it was a Weight Watchers recipe using Fiber One cereal. The common response was, "Oh good! I can have another one!" Thanks for sharing this great recipe, windhorse!
  4. Mrs. Sudds
    I had read the recipe somewhere, didnt write it down and could not remember how much of what. could not find it on the WW website so happy you posted it here. :) thank you!
  5. Sherry K.
    I haven't tried this yet, but was wondering if All Bran cereal would work?


I'm a psychotherapist who decided to start cooking creatively after years of resistance. I cook primarily vegetarian but cook with other ingredients when my family complains too much. I'm the mother of 3 sons, two of whom are grown, and I've been married since 1978. I cringe when I think back on the cooking my poor husband valliantly endured when we were first married. I collect cookbooks and frequent the thrift shops in my area for unusual finds. <img src="" border="0" alt="Photo Sharing and Video Hosting at Photobucket">
View Full Profile

Find More Recipes