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RE:Double Chocolate Brownies

Susan,  yes chocolate chips are rather high in fat, and these brownies may
be made leaving them out.  It is not neccessary to replace them.  I make
them without the chocolate chips all the time.  I do sometimes use add 1/4
cup of chopped nuts to the brownies instead of chocolate chips.  Nuts are
also high in fat, but I personally think the nuts eaten in moderation are
nutritious.  HTH Pam

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>Date: Thu, 01 Feb 2001 14:19:21 +0000
>From: Susan Staecker <staecker@xxxxxxxxxx>
>Subject: Double Chocolate Brownies
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>I'm interested in the double chocolate brownies, but it seems to me that
>6 oz of chocolate chips would be quite high in fat. According to the
>Hershey's package 1 tablespoon = 4 g fat. Has anyone run this recipe
>through a nutrition analysis program to find  the amount of fat per
>serving? I guess you could just leave them out, right? Or does anyone
>have a yummy alternative to chocolate chips which is very low fat or fat