August 24, 2010

Chocolate-Covered Strawberry Trifle

I apologize for the apparent cookie dough feeding frenzy I caused yesterday. I forgot that most of you are recovering food addicts such as myself and well, that probably wasn't a great photo choice.

I am very upset because Deb tried out the "healthy" cookie dough and said it wasn't worth the calories :( I haven't made it yet so I may still give it a whirl but I'm not optimistic. I mean--can it really be close without the sugar, fat and flour? I just don't know.

Sigh.

I made this last night.



Oops, sorry! I did it again. But this is a dessert that is somewhat low in fat and calories.

Cocolate Covered Strawberry Trifle
1 box Low Fat Brownie mix, prepared, cut into 1" cubes
1 box sugar free, fat free chocolate pudding, prepared
1 carton FREE cool whip
2 c strawberries, sliced

Layer the ingredients in order 2 times. Estimated calories per 3/4 c: 150

This is easy and GOOD. Even better after it sits overnight. And this is coming from a person who scoffs at "Low Fat" anything. But somehow all of this low fat crap stuff put together is good.

I am not suggesting you eat this entire thing in the place of an entire recipe of cookie dough to be "healthier." I'm not even suggesting you eat this on a somewhat regular basis. But if you are having one of those moments--this is pretty indulgent and one serving isn't going to throw your weekly weigh-in. Also a great WOW dessert to take somewhere!

Okay, no more sweet stuff for a while.
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8 comments:

Jen said...

You are killing me girl!! I am going to take a picture of my taco meatballs from last night for you. I had to laugh as frozen (cause they have grd turkey and black beans in them!) they looks JUST like that cookie dough picture. I made some clean blueberry muffins (lots of fibre!) to deal with the craving. Might be making dark choc covered strawberries tonight, LOL

Lisa said...

That looks delicious! I am going to have give that a try! I am always down for some lower calorie dessert options. I don't eat it to often but I have to have some every so often!

fitby42 said...

How many calories for the WHOLE entire bowl? Could never have this in my house. I would eat the whole thing, unfortunately...

Kristi said...

Wow. You could have at least brought me some last night!!! lol! Kidding! Does look awesome though!

Can do mom said...

I have a killer brownie mocha trifle that I make that I'm now hungry for! I make a triple batch of it every year to bring to a huge fall festival my sister-in-law and brother-in-law put on every year. It's one of the first dishes to be devoured so I can't just not make it. Thankfully there's no leftovers!

I might be in the minority here but I'd rather make things with mostly regular ingredients (some low-fat but definitely no no-fat) and just eat less of it.

I do have a great sugar substitute that I love however, it's called Whey Low and it really does taste like the real deal. They've got a website you should check out at www.wheylow.com.

Enjoy your tasty trifle. It looks sooooo good!

Jodie
can_do_mom@yahoo.com

Googie said...

That looks soooo yummy!! I might serve this for my next bunko night dessert!!

TJ said...

Sweets don't do it for me....if you had a loaf of bread posted I would drool. lol Yes, I am THAT pathetic! lol

Living a Changed Life said...

That looks so good! Can't wait to try it.

Jennifer
http://livingachangedlife.blogspot.com/