Thursday, February 28, 2008

Girl, am I hungry!

Mini Microwave Triple Chocolate Cake

PER SERVING (entire recipe): 123 calories, 1g fat, 201mg sodium, 28g carbs, 0.75g fiber, 12g sugars, 2g protein -- POINTS® value 2*

2 tbsp. Pillsbury Moist Supreme Reduced Sugar Cake Mix, Devil's Food
2 tbsp. Cool Whip Free, thawed
1 tbsp. fat-free vanilla yogurt
1 tbsp. Hershey's Lite chocolate syrup, divided

Stir together the whipped topping and half of the syrup, and then place mixture in the freezer to firm up while you prep the rest of your dessert. Next, in a very small microwave-safe dish (like a ramekin), combine cake mix and yogurt. (Don't worry if it seems like a small amount. Your cake will puff up -- we promise!) Stir until smooth and blended. Microwave for 1 minute, and then allow to cool for 5 minutes. Once cake has cooled, remove chocolate topping from freezer, and spoon it over your cake. Finally, drizzle the remaining chocolate syrup on top. Enjoy!


Sounds yummo huh?! This is from today's Hungry Girl newsletter. I love how Hungry Girl adds the WW points!
These little cakes remind me of making individual No Pudge brownies, but I can't stand No Pudge. Ack. The instructions were easy to make individual brownies, but they tasted fake. So this Hungry Girl recipe might be a nice replacement. It also can take the place of pricey Warm Delight Mini dessert bowls. Sounds good to me! I can't wait to try it. Mmmmm.


On Feb. 28 and 29, as part of a national sampling event, McDonald's customers will be offered a free McSkillet burrito with the purchase of a medium or large drink. This is only during breakfast hours. Guess we missed today, but there's always tomorrow right?

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Nikki said...

YUM! That dessert looks so good! Thanks for the tip!