Enjoy brownie bites on Christmas and New Year by Dr. Janet Brill which are low cholesterol and mouth-watering.
One way to eat less sugar during Holidays is to find a calorie-free sweetener you like such as Splenda, Equal, Stevia or the new kid on the block: Nectresse. (Splenda is especially good for baking.)
Check out delicious and yet healthy New Year’s Eve Brownie Bites by Dr. Janet which are low cholesterol.
Celebrate the New Year with dark chocolate and champagne.
Preheat oven to 350°F.
Spray a 9” x 9” baking pan with nonstick spray.
In a large bowl combine margarine, Splenda, cocoa powder, vanilla extract, salt and flours.
By hand, blend together with a wooden spoon.
Add egg substitute and stir until smooth.
Pour brownie batter into baking pan.
Bake for 40 minutes until done.
Cool completely then using small (1”) holiday cookie cutters, cut brownies into festive holiday shapes
Yield: 20 brownie bites
Nutrition information (per brownie):
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