Valentine’s Dessert for Just 110 Calories!

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Are you already fretting about what to make for a Valentine’s dessert because you’re counting your calories, but you don’t want to disappoint your sweeties by making them nothing, or be a bit down yourself because you can only watch them eat it and not partake yourself?

No worries! Fiber One has you covered.

With a few added garnishes, you can still have a yummy Valentine’s Day dessert with a Fiber One 90 Calorie Chocolate Chip Cookie Brownie at its centerpiece. The bonus is they provide 20% of the daily fiber requirement!

Adding 15 grams of lite whipping cream and some strawberries as garnish, makes this a tasty dessert! My family was quite happy when I brought this out the other night, and didn’t feel deprived at all.

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One of the things I’ve noticed in my own home is that my family (including myself) has a distorted view of portion size. So when I was assembling these desserts, my daughter lamented a bit at their small size. Then of course we had the discussion that a ‘snack’ is not supposed to be the size of a baseball mitt. This has always been one of my favorite things about the Fiber One snack line…because they are pre-portioned I know I’m eating an appropriate amount.

Being frequent travelers I also like the wrapped snacks to toss in our carry-ons. Airport food is generally calorie laden and expensive, plus I get the munchies in the air, so these brownies allow me to have a small snack without having to break out the credit card and not blow the calorie bank either.

If you’re looking for a dessert you can enjoy on Valentine’s Day with your family, pick up a box of Fiber One 90 Calorie Brownies! Besides the Chocolate Chip flavor I’ve featured in this post, they also come in Fudge and Peanut Butter flavors.

The product, giveaway samples and information have been provided by General Mills. All opinions are my own.  Published by: Tammy Litke.

83 thoughts on “Valentine’s Dessert for Just 110 Calories!

  1. I would add whipped cream and a dark chocolate heart candy on top of the whipped cream

  2. I'd place a small serving of sugar-free chocolate pudding on a dessert plate, top it with the Fiber One Brownie and add a few fresh raspberries on top!

  3. I would add whipped cream and some pink and red sprinkles. Thanks for the chance to win!

  4. I would use some fresh strawberries and a little whipped cream to make an awesome dessert

  5. i would add a cup of coffee with sugar free french vanilla creamer on the side, thanks

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