These low-calorie Weetabix chocolate brownies are perfect if you're trying to be healthy or are looking for a guilt-free version of your favourite chocolate treat. They really are so easy to make, taking around 25 mins to cook and only 10 mins to prepare. The Weetabix adds a delicious crunch to each brownie bite. A portion of our brownies works out at only 74 calories per serving as well as only 3g of fat. This recipe uses a Slimming World favourite - MullerLight yogurt - which adds a bit of sweetness to the recipe. They're the perfect snack with a cup of tea or served for dessert with a dollop of ice cream or cream for a special treat.
- 4 Weetabix, plus 1 for decoration
- 200ml water
- 40g cocoa powder, plus 1/4tsp for decoration
- 1x 175g tub of Cherry Muller Light (or flavour of your choice)
- 4 eggs
- 150g cherries, optional
- Preheat oven 180C, gas 4 and line a 16cm x 26cm baking tin with greaseproof paper. In a large mixing bowl add the Weetabix and water and stir and crush until it forms a thick paste-like texture.
- Add the cocoa powder, yogurt and eggs and bring together with an electric whisk until combined. The mixture needs to be smooth and glossy with plenty of air bubbles.
- Pour into the lined tin and bake in the centre of the oven for 25 mins until soft and squidgy to touch.
- Leave to cool for half an hour before removing from tin. Sieve over the remaining cocoa, top with cherries and the leftover crunched up Weetabix to serve.
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