I made these tonight for my family dinner and everyone loved them (kid approved…There were 6 kids and they all gobbled them up and asked for more). They were simple to make and baked up nicely. I love peanut butter and chocolate anything, so I am definitely doing a happy dance! Will it still come out good if I only put choc chip on top not inside so I use less? Okay, so I confess to tweaking the recipe based on other reviews because of cost effectiveness. This is a really excellent alternative to traditional brownies. I'm not sure what happened. They definitely stayed together better this way and had a bit more of a cakey texture. Thin, kind of like a cookie. Wondering about the raw organic honey and if this is ok to use in the recipe that will be eaten by people with potentially compromised immune systems, such as the elderly? They did have a slightly ‘weird’ taste, but I think that was just the honey that I wasn’t used to. The only accurate way to determine any recipe’s SmartPoints® value is to plug the ingredients into the recipe builder on the Weight Watchers website (Click on “My Foods,” select “Recipe,” and click “Create a recipe.”) which does not count fruits and vegetables in recipes in the calculations as they are now 0 points. PB2 Flourless Chocolate Brownies, made with PB2 (powdered peanut butter) instead of flour plus cocoa powder, raw honey and chocolate chips – gluten free, moist and delicious, you won't believe they're only around 130 calories each! If you have any questions feel free to e-mail me and ask! I only had a 1/2 cup of PB2 left and made no other substitutions. Get your chocolate-peanut butter fix without the guilt with these healthier candies. Both recipes are great yet different. Even better than the blackbean brownies which my husband loves! Easy to put together, moist, and chocolatey. When I copied the recipe into MyFitnessPal, the calories came out to 244 a serving… I wonder why there is such a big discrepancy? I'm guessing not because PB2 is a dry ingredient, so if you omitted or used real peanut butter, it would throw off the dry ingredients and it wouldn't set up properly. Has anyone tried swapping the honey for a sugar free option like monkfruit? And if that bothers you, use less sweetener in the recipe. I happened to have everything I needed to make these already sitting in my cabinets! Message me back at firstname.lastname@example.org, Came out perfect and tasted good to eat warm. Mine too! Amazon.com will not ship PB2 to Canada, but there's a few online retailers here that have it and I suspect that there are many stores in MTL that stock it. Just enter "pb2" in the search section. These are so incredibly easy and delicious. Same here! You’re welcome Kathy! Can I substitute regular honey? For all the people wondering how to make these more fudgey and less cakey – try omitting the whole egg (just use the egg white). Thanks for the recipe!! The raw honey that I have (Trader Joe's) is solid. I personally prefer real peanut butter if I’m spreading it on toast, but for baking and adding to smoothies, PB2 is excellent. I made these tonight and they were excellent. I would definitely concentrate more on the sugar. Nice , thick and fudgy!! Do you think you could sub the cocoa powder for chocolate protein powder? Yes, I made them with all egg whites and they worked fine. One friend does low carb and can’t have dairy. I’ve made these twice now and they are delicious. Excellent…made them last night…hard to believe they are flourless. It requires the perfect balance between flours, leaveners, fats, and liquids. Photo and recipe: Shawnda / The Brewer and The Baker, Whether you call them Muddy Buddies or Puppy Chow, we can all agree that the classic sweet snack made up of Chex cereal is surely a guilty pleasure.