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Healthy recipes for brownies, cookies, or cakes??

I was just wondering if anyone had any recipes for brownies, cookies, cakes, ect. I know that sometimes you can substitute things, but I forgot what they were. Im having a halloween party this weekend so I need to have plenty of sweets, so I thought I would keep it somewhat healthy too ;]

Thank You!

6 Responses to Healthy recipes for brownies, cookies, or cakes??

  • jazz says:

    check out http://www.symplytoogood.com.au

    This is a great site, there are numerous recipes, savoury as well as sweet. The recipes are designed for diabetics, low sodium, low cholesterol, and low fat. They taste great, the ones I have tried.

    There is a recipe there for a some choc cakes (mud and ordinary), and choc slice, as well as numerous other things

    Hope this helps

  • Cory S says:

    Most of the time the real products are healthier than the synthetic ones…

  • mr.shizniz says:

    well a good idea is to ad splenda if not jus don eat much in 1 day GOOD LUCK

  • caroline w says:

    Recipe Ingredients:
    1/2 tsp Baking powder
    1/2 tsp Salt
    3 oz Unsweetened chocolate, melted
    1/2 cup Shortening, softened
    2 Eggs
    2 tbsp Granulated sugar replacement
    1 1/2 cup Flour
    1 tsp Vanilla extract

    Recipe Instructions:
    Combine all ingredients and beat vigorously until well blended. Spread
    mixture into greased 8-inch (20-cm) square pan. Bake at 350~ F (175~ C) for
    30 to 35 minutes. Cut into 2-in. (5-cm) squares.

    MICROWAVE: Cook on medium for 8 to 10 minutes or until puffed and dry on
    top. Cut into 2-in. (5-cm) squares.

    YIELD: 16 brownies EXCHANGE: 1 brownie = 1-1/2 bread, 1-1/2 fat CALORIES: 1
    brownie = 136

  • Brian says:

    try loking up a diabetic cooking site online or an alternative health site for ideas, you can use applesauce to bake cakes but I don’t know how.
    Splenda causes cancer and a bunch of other health problems,nutrasweet too. if a fly or rat won’t touch it,then neither should you!

  • Kimberlee D says:

    Try replacing the oil with applesauce, never personally tried it but have seen it in recipes before.

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