Thursday, November 20, 2008

Chocolate Haystacks

This recipe is so easy it doesn't even really qualify as a recipe. However, it is so delicious and LIGHT that I think everyone should know about it! I first discovered this recipe from Weight Watchers and therefore it is not a fattening snack. I don't know if I would qualify this as a cookie, but I don't know what else to classify it as!

Overall, these are really good. There are many versions of these floating around on the internet. The original and more fattening version involves crispy Chinese noodles while this recipe used Fiber One cereal. I had Fiber One cereal left over from the granola bars I made yesterday and didn't want it to go to waste since it isn't a cereal John would sit down and eat a bowl of... so low and behold, chocolate haystack cookies! Don't say I didn't warn you... these are so easy to make and so good.

** The chocolate melts quickly... so keep them in the fridge after you make them. Also, I would suggest keeping them refrigerated until you eat them.

2 cup(s) General Mills Fiber One
2/3 cup(s) milk chocolate chips

Melt chocolate chips.

Add Fiber One.

Press into muffin tin and freeze. (I used regular muffin tins. Next time I would use mini muffin tins- they would be much better!)

Makes 9 treats!

Easy enough? I thought so!!


  1. Ooooh, good idea! I'm definitely making these for my after dinner chocolate cravings.

  2. Do you remember how many WW points these are? By the way they are delicious!