I was in the US the other weekend and we popped into Trader Joes to get some store cupboard stuff to bring back. I noticed these and thought I must try them.
You basically make them up with Fat Free yoghurt, pour the mixture into a greased baking tray and bake in the oven for 30 minutes and the result is a very yummy and filling brownie, crunchy on the outside and soft and chewy on the inside. They are delicious served with Strawberries and light cream. I worked it out at about 6.5 syns for one brownie with 2 tablespoons of light cream. The box makes 12 brownies.
The baked result (cooling on wire tray).
The mixture makes 12 decent sized brownies, but hubby and son had scoffed one each before I even got a chance to take a picture lol. They did comment that they are very nice served warm though.
Here is my serving with Strawberries and light cream.
They are widely available in the US and Canada, but not sure if they can be obtained in the UK.
A reader of my blog (thanks Kelly) found this recipe version online:
Of course I haven't made them from the recipe above, so can not comment on likeness. I also do not know if the syn value works out exactly the same. But it may be worth having a go.
Let me know if anyone tries to make them.