My daughter and son love fiber one bars, they eat them almost everyday and I let them not only are they good for them , it also keeps them good. When I saw the new ones they had for the holiday season, I knew I needed to get them peppermint fudge brownies, they loved these and the best part there are some awesome recipes I want to try for the kids. Fiber helps keep you feeling full longer while keeping snack attacks away, and with 5 grams of fiber per bar, you get 20% of your daily fiber in the form of a delicious brownie. And the best part is they are only 90 calories.
In addition to the fiber content, the bars really taste great. I’ve never been a fan of granola-type bars, and figured with a name like “Fiber One” these would taste like cardboard, but they are one of the best meal bars I’ve eaten. They are moist and have a good texture. All of the ingredients seem fresh.They are good for lunches or grab-and-go breakfast or an after-school or mid-day work snack.
You bundled up the kids for the first snow fall of the year and now it is time to indulge in a snowball of your own, with none of the cold and all of the fun. Whisk yogurt and cream cheese until smooth. Cut the brownie in half and shape into 2 (snow) balls. Spoon the yogurt mixture on top of each ball and sprinkle with edible glitter. Enjoy while warming hot chocolate for when the elves come back inside.
Spiked Peppermint Brownie Parfait
Not quite feeling the holiday cheer? No worries, this boozy brownie will do the trick. Dip the rim of a mini martini glass in yogurt and colored sugar. Stir Irish cream liquer into vanilla yogurt and spoon into the glass. Top with a brownie that has been cut into 4 pieces. Now you are ready to sing-a-long with the carolers on your doorstep.
These are some really cute recipes that you can make for the kids or yourself. Heres one more I think everyone will lie.
Double Chocolate Christmas Tree Cookie
You successfully resisted eating too many holiday treats at the book club cookie exchange. Throw a cookie party for yourself with this guilt-free Christmas tree cookie. Unwrap your cookie and cut a tree from it using a 2 ½ inch cookie cutter. Eat the scraps while stirring powdered sugar, orange juice and a drop of food coloring in a small bowl. Decorate with icing and mini candies. Tis the season, after all.