‘No More Muffin Top’ Brownies

Who’s heard of The Londoner? If you haven’t yet discovered this blog then you are in for a real treat. Rosie is a city girl with an amazing lifestyle, from holidays to fashion, recipes to restaurants, her blog is one of the best! I have seen her 100 Cal Chocofudge Brownie recipe soooo many times and have decided to share it with you.

Now I am very sceptical about healthy brownies, I’ve tried a few recipes before and literally chucked them straight in the bin! But these, these are good. I mean obviously they will never match the Malteser Brownies but if you’re looking for a guilt free, 70 calories (yep 70) chocolatey treat then this may be the one.

Regretfully I wasn’t paying attention to the time and slightly overbaked them, they were still delicious but personally I prefer gooey, a little under cooked brownies so I would suggest a baking time of 15 minutes. Try throwing in nuts or fruit into the mix or even serve warm with a drizzle of peanut butter! 

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Ingredients (makes 9 brownies)

180g Low fat natural yoghurt
60ml Milk of choice (I use semi-skimmed)
1 Medium egg
45g Rolled oats
64g Truvia (or any natural sweetner)
64g Cocoa powder (I used Hershey’s natural unsweetened powder)
1 tsp Baking powder
Pinch of salt

Method

Preheat the oven to 200°C and line a 8x8inch baking tin.
Mix/blend all ingredients together until fully combined.
Transfer to baking tin and bake for 15 (gooey) -18 (fudgey) minutes.
Leave to cool, then cut into 9 brownies.

Nutritional Info (per brownie)
70 calories
2g fat
0.4g sat fats
5.4g sugar
2g fibre
3.8g protein

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