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90 Calorie Brownies by Fiber One and a Giveway!!

Let’s face it, one of the toughest parts of managing your weight is steering clear of waistline-expanding sweet treats.
Rather than focusing on the foods you can’t have - Fiber One® is giving you the opportunity to eat what you love without the guilt. New Fiber One® 90 Calorie Brownies are moist, chewy treats that let you have what you crave while helping you stay on track with your balanced diet. With 5 grams of fiber, which is 20 percent of the Daily Value of Fiber, the new brownies are a smart snacking choice.

With new Fiber One 90-Calorie Brownies, you can have an unbelievably satisfying and wholesome treat in two delicious flavors. The Chocolate Fudge brownies are made with chocolate-flavored chips and topped with a dark chocolate-flavored drizzle, and the Chocolate Peanut Butter variety contains peanut butter chips topped with a peanut butter drizzle.

I was sent a couple boxes of these brownies.  I was a little hesitant to try them, but was really glad I did. They were not only delicious, but held my appetite for awhile.  To get a good test I had the kids try them out.  I came home from work the next day and they were all gone.  They loved them!!

Now one lucky reader will get to try them out also with this great gift pack.
The Fiber One 90-Calorie Brownies gift pack includes a box each of the Chocolate Fudge and the Chocolate Peanut Butter brownies, as well as a Fiber One 90-Calorie Brownie themed duffel bag, jump rope, water bottle, snack case, headband and bracelet.
This is a great gift pack!!
To enter be a follower of One Crazy Cookie and tell me when you would eat the 90 calorie Fiber One Brownies, such as an afternoon pick me up or after dinner indulgence.
Winner will be drawn by random number generator on July 20.
The Fiber One 90-Calorie Brownies and gift pack were all given to you from Fiber One and General Mills through MyBlogSpark. All opinions are my own.


  1. I would eat this yummy bar after my workout~!

  2. A 90 calorie brownie - YEAH! I would probably eat it for an afternoon snack or possibly mid morning snack or a snack during my kids' sporting events. Can you tell I would probably eat it anytime of the day?!

    PS - I LOVE your blog!

  3. Oh yummy I want to try :)

    I would use it for my afternoon with my protein shake :)

  4. I'd probably eat them in the morning for breakfast.

  5. Yum! For breakfast! Or afternoon snack!

  6. Since they are only 90 calories, I'd end up eating the whole box, in the middle of the night, sitting on the floor in front of the pantry.

    Oh it's soooo wrong!!!

    Lots of yummy love,
    Alex aka Ma What's for Dinner

  7. I eat my fiber one bars as a snack in the middle of the day to curb my middle of the day sugar cravings!

  8. Man you have the best giveaways! We went and bought the Brownie Crunch cereal - oh my! It was quite tasty =o)

  9. I am a follower and this would be a great item for an after dinner treat.
    msgb245 at gmail dot com

  10. I always need a chocolate snack!

  11. This sounds like a good snack to grab when I'm stuck at work on conference calls all day. It will fill me up deliciously and keep me going for a few more hours. :-)

  12. I eat these bars and others like it in the afternoon. That is major snack time for me!

  13. Boy did I need this post today! I'm noticing that with summer and treats, clothes are getting a little more snug...not a good thing. Thanks for the timely post! :-)

  14. GFC Follower

    I'd probably eat it as an afternoon snack with a cup of tea or coffee.

    karin56381 (at)

  15. Yum........I would eat it as an afternoon snack:)

  16. hmmm...when would i eat it? the question is when wouldn't i eat it?! this would be great for after my workout, an afternoon snack, or an after dinner snack. i've had fiber one bars before and i love them!!!

  17. I would love to try these...dessert...for sure :)

  18. I'd keep these on hand for when I get a taste for something sweet. I need to curb my temptations to get this baby weight off!

  19. I would eat them ALL the time!!!! Okay really probably when i missed a meal cause of crazy kids schedules


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