Weight Watchers' Candy

"I got this from my WW meeting leader. I have not made this yet, but each piece = 1 pt."
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Ready In:
8 pieces


  • 1 Hershey Bar
  • 14 cup reduced-fat peanut butter
  • 1 cup Fiber One cereal


  • Melt chocolate and peanut butter in the microwave together.
  • Stir until smooth.
  • Add Fiber One cereal.
  • Using a spoon, put a spoonful on a baking sheet lined with Wax paper.
  • Candy can be refrigerated or frozen.

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  1. So Good! I substituted Nutella for the PB and like another reviewer, I used 1 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips since that's what I had on hand. I used 2 cups of cereal, yet they still ended up 1 point each. Yielded about 30 cookies. Will be making again!<br/><br/>Update: I made again and cut the chocolate chips to 1/2 cup and are just as good and now I get 2 for 1 point!
  2. I've made these. Dsngerously delicious!!!!! I made mine with PB2 instead of regular PB., and with ALL Bran Extra Fiber.
  3. Very good! According to the new Points Plus system, these would be 2 points each. I just made 16 instead of 8, so they are still one point. Really satisfies my chocolate and peanut butter cravings, and they are great for a little sweet treat after dinner.
  4. Very good for a low cal "candy". More like a cookie really :-)
  5. These are VERY yummy! They taste so chocolatey and peanut buttery. Hard to believe they are good for you. Kids will love them too. :)


When I was 10 I discovered the joy of cooking on the back of a Nestle Toll house Chocolate Chip bag. It was the first recipe I ever made. I had a blast and it was a lot of fun to cook something that everyone loved. To this day, baking is one of my favorite things to do, and it shows! (that explains the lack of a picture, hehe) On the non-cooking front, I lead a fairly normal life. For the past four and half years I have been able to stay home with my DD and be a full time mom (is there any other kind?). In college I had a wonderful professor, Dr. Mark Woodhouse (his books are fascinating BTW) and I began my study of the paranormal, conspiracy theory, and metaphysics. I can honestly say it changed my life. I earned my degree in Philosophy with a minor in Religion and English. For those of you who are interested in Astrology, I am a Pisces Dragon. A great book (did I mention that I like to read a lot?) is The New Astrology by Suzanne White. She actually sums up my life very well when she says: "Pisceans born in Dragon years will be touchy and argumentative until they finally stop trying to prove themselves. Then they will become effecient in a chosen profession, stay in a pleasant rut, and cruise around all day dreaming about what to make for dinner."
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