Eat Drink & Be Mary: Sweet Enough for Your Sweet Tooth | | Light Enough for Your Resolutions

1.13.2015

Sweet Enough for Your Sweet Tooth | | Light Enough for Your Resolutions

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of AllWhites Egg Whites. All opinions are 100% mine.





The best way to let someone know you love them?  Chocolate.  

Chocolate is without a doubt the quickest way to T's heart.  He loves chocolate, especially brownies.  With Valentines day coming up I've starting brainstorming ways to shower him with love.  My guess--these triple chocolate brownies will hit the spot.  But these aren't any brownies...



 


Stop right there!  Yeah you, who almost clicked away because you just made a new years resolution to lose weight this year.

These aren't just any brownies; these are brownies that you can eat without ruining your resolution.  Yep, you read that right...brownies that are tasty enough to satisfy your sweet tooth and light enough to stay right on track for your 2015 goals.





Light Brownies?  Who knew there could be such a thing, but with AllWhites Egg Whites you can enjoy a brownie without feeling guilty.  AllWhites 100% liquid egg whites is an alternative to regular eggs that are naturally fat-free, cholestrol-free and low calorie, making them ideal when it comes to fueling your fitness goals and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. 



Good-For-You Triple Chocolate Brownies
recreated from allwhiteseggwhites.com


Ingredients:
1 C Flour
3/4 C Sugar
1/2 C packed Brown Sugar
1/2 C Unsweetened Cocoa Powder
1/2 C applesauce
1/3 C AllWhites Egg Whites (get yours in the refrigerated dairy section)
         *get $0.50 Off AllWhites Egg Whites with this coupon
1 tsp Baking Powder
1/2 tsp Salt
2 tbsp Canola Oil
1 tsp Vanilla
2 squares (1 oz each) Semi-Sweet Baking Chocolate
1/3 C Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chips


Instructions:
+ Preheat the oven to 350F degrees.
+ In a medium bowl, mix flour, sugar, brown sugar, unsweetened cocoa powder, baking powder and salt.  
+ Add in applesauce and egg whites.  Mix well.  
+ Add in oil, vanilla and melted baking chocolate.
+ Spray 8x8 pan with non-stick spray.
+ Pour in brownie mixture, and sprinkle with chocolate chips.  Festive sprinkles, optional.
+ Bake for 24-30 minutes, until you can stick a toothpick in the middle and it comes out clean.
+ Resist eating until they have cooled at least 15 minutes.  Enjoy!




** To lighten up this recipe, I substituted AllWhites Egg whites and applesauce for eggs and butter.  AllWhites Egg Whites can be a healthy alternative to regular eggs in any recipe.


** For more light recipe ideas check out some of my AllWhites Egg Whites Favorites here, or check out AllWhites Egg Whites on Pinterest


Nutritional Facts: here






Not only will this recipe get me some brownie points with the fiancĂ© (pun intended), but you can guarantee that this chick will be using them in future recipes after my success with the brownies.  Wedding bod..here I come!!  

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15 comments:

  1. These look so yummy!!! Definitely pinning them. And, no more DDT?? :( I love seeing all those recipes!

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  2. Thanks! They're pretty good. :) We took a short break, but we're actually back today. Thanks for reminding me to put mine up ;) I'll get right on that!

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  3. Great option, thanks for making something healthy, I love that it uses egg whites!

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  4. These look super duper cute, and not light at all! I will definitely be adding these to my recipe box. Those Valentines sprinkles are getting me excited for Valentines Day--I'm single, but I love seeing pink and red candy and baking goodies everywhere ;)

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  5. Pink and red are always welcome around here! And even though it's hardly a month away, I'm loving these Valentines sprinkles. ps. DDT is back this week; I hope you'll be joining us again!

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  6. Some of my favorite memories are from baking with my mom. I hope you two enjoy it!

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  7. Egg whites are a fantastic way to cut out some extra calories, and I definitely couldn't tell the difference!

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  8. Looks great and delicious. I love the decoration and the fact that it is made from scratch. An irresistible Valentine's day dessert.

    My favorite for this week's Turn it up Tuesday. Come check this Tuesday:)

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  9. These look great. I'm definitelylooking for ways to eat my treats without hurting my waistline. Can you substitute AllWhites when the recipe calls for whole eggs? Thanks for linking up with Turn it Up Tuesday. Your co-host, April.

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  10. Aw, thank you very much! Making treats for Valentines day is always fun.

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  11. Me too girl! I believe so, you'd just have to figure out how to equal what the recipe calls for.

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  12. Those look like chocolately heaven!! I love the topping with the festive sprinkles. Now I'm hungry!

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  13. You can never go wrong with sprinkles!

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