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Best Low Calorie Brownie

I was at Costco and tasted Sheila G’s brownie brittle. They are really good but I still can’t believe that I can eat almost the entire bag without getting fat.  This is either the best low low calorie desert I’ve ever had or the next bug law suit for getting people fat!

The person giving out samples said they are only 120 calories for 6 pieces. He then held up one piece and I was shocked. They are very large and look like 120 calories each.

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I looked on the bag and it does say 120 calories for 6 pieces. That comes to only 20 calories for each piece which measures approximately 3 1/2″ x 4″ x 3/8″ thick.

These aren’t the best brownies I’ve ever had because they’re not brownies. They’re brownie “brittle”, a hard brownie cookie about the thickness of a graham cracker and they’re addictive.  I’ve already gone through several bags and I’m really wondering about the calories.

If they are really only 20 calories each, it’s the best tasting 20 calorie cookie I’ve ever had. These don’t taste like anything that says diet or low-calorie.  If anyone finds that they aren’t 20 calories, please leave a comment before I get fat.  They’re big enough that I can have one with a glass of milk twice a day and not feel like I have to eat much more fattening deserts.  I hope Costco keeps selling this.

Costco had the chocolate chip brownie brittle but I’d like to try the other flavors. Hopefully, Costco will sell those also. With only 20 calories, I can add some vanilla ice cream. See recipes.

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