Fiber One 90 Calorie Chocolate Chip Brownies!


It’s a brownie, it’s a cookie, and it’s a 90 calorie snack full of chocolate!

Satisfy your sweet cravings with the new Fiber One 90 Calorie Chocolate Chip Brownies.

Fiber One Chocolate Chip Cookie Brownies

I’m pretty careful these days about how much I indulge, but I let myself have treats every day. So this kind of snack fits my nutrition plan perfectly.

It’s a nice chunky sized brownie, don’t you think? It’s laced with  chocolate drizzle, and the inside is poppin’ with chocolate chips!

Fiber One chocolate chip brownies 90 calories

Each brownie is just 90 calories (3 grams fat). Can you believe it? It also provides 20% of the daily value of fiber.


They make a perfect little mid-day or evening snack, but I couldn’t resist making a skinny dessert with them.

I  made a fat-free chocolate pudding and layered it with fat-free whipped topping and bite-sized pieces of the Fiber One Chocolate Chip Cookie Brownies. (The brownie pieces were so soft and yummy!)

Delicious, quick and easy!



Buy It: Try the Fiber One 90 Calorie Brownies for yourself! Available in Chocolate Chip Cookie, Chocolate Fudge, and Chocolate Peanut Butter.



Five (5) lucky readers will each win a box of Fiber One 90 Calorie Chocolate Chip Brownies.

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

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