Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Recipe Review: Fiber One Haystacks

I really enjoy baking for the holidays. It is the perfect time of year to break out all of our favorite recipes to give away to others. I usually bake a combination of Weight Watchers friendly recipes and our family's favorites.

A few years ago, I found this recipe for Fiber One Haystacks on the Weight Watchers message boards. It is quick & easy with very few ingredients. It is a fun recipe, because you can choose to make chocolate or butterscotch. The possibilities are endless, just be sure to adjust your PointsPlus+ accordingly.

For the complete Fiber One Haystack recipe, click here.

Here are the ingredients. Like I said you can change the flavor of morsels based on your mood and/or taste buds! This time I made them with butterscotch, because many of my other cookies had chocolate in them. This provides so different flavors.

First, put the morsels and peanut butter in a microwaveable bowl.

Microwave to melt according to the instructions on the package.

Microwave until all of the morsels have lost their shape and are smooth.

Then stir in one envelope of Fiber One cereal.

Move quickly to spoon out the haystacks onto wax paper.

Let them cool, set, and enjoy!!

12 comments:

Dinetonite said...

I've been searching for the perfect satay recipe for a while now... shall have to give yours a try!

Living a Changed Life said...

Dinetonite - I hope you like it!!

Allison Morrison said...

I love these...I make mine with chocolate and PB....yummy!

Living a Changed Life said...

Allison - That sounds yummy!

christie said...

If only they make fat free chocolate! Looks worth a try though! Congrats BTW you look fabulous!

Stephanie said...

These look great! Thank you for sharing! I'll definitely be trying them. :)

Linds said...

I would die for some Fiber One cereal right now! I've been living in France since August and haven't been able to find this amazing, delicious wonder food! I fell in love with Fiber One after buying Hungry Girl and have enjoyed it ever since! Your haystacks look totally yummy :) Wish I could find all of the ingredients to make them!

Really enjoyed going back and looking through your posts! Your About Me page is very inspiring and clearly a testament to your hard work.

Living a Changed Life said...

Christie - I probably wouldn't eat the fat free chocolate if they made it. :) Thank you!

Stephanie - You're welcome! I hope you enjoy them.

Linds - I would be very sad if I couldn't find Fiber One. Thanks for your encouraging comment. It has been a long road, but totally worth it!

pooter said...

I dislike peanut butter, but love the idea of a quick fiber one snack like haystacks. Can I sub something other than peanut butter?

pooter said...

I would love this snack except I dislike peanut butter. Can I substitute something else?

Living a Changed Life said...

Pooter - I would substitute a low calorie butter or margarine.

Anonymous said...

I was looking for a recipe for a desert to take for the church homecoming that my daughter and I could eat and not feel guilty and this looks awesome....thanks!!! :)

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