Fiber One 90-Calorie Brownies Chocolate FudgeFirst up, I’m not a fan of brownies. But I don’t let this stop me from trying these. Turns out they don’t remind me of brownies at all. However, I think they forgot the peanut butter in the Fiber One 90 Calorie Chocolate Peanut Butter Brownies. Yes, you can see peanut butter-colored swirl on top, but it acts like decoration instead of flavor. Even without the peanut butter, it doesn’t taste as good as the other Fiber One 90 Calorie Brownies.

What makes the Fiber One 90 Calorie Chocolate Fudge Brownies different from the Chocolate Peanut Butter sans peanut butter flavor — fudge. Chocolate chips inside the chocolate brownie give it a big lift turning every bite into a fudgy one.

This reminds me of something I had years ago when I was volunteering. The organization provided food and drinks for the volunteers that included some Texas fudge cookie. I never could find the cookie and this one comes awful close.

Of course, this happened over 20 years ago, so my taste buds’ memory could be wrong. I thought it was from Ya-hoo Baking Company. I checked its website and the only cookies they have are fruit cake. Maybe they don’t make them anymore or my Swiss-cheesed memory is getting this wrong. (Yes, a nod to Quantum Leap.)

The brownie may remind you of a good soft chocolate chocolate chip cookie. (And I wrote that before the Chocolate Chip Cookie came out.) Sometimes I thought I was eating a chocolate Pop-Tart, which I like. Whatever you think, it’s good and chocolatey.

The newest kid on the brownie block: Fiber One 90 Calorie Brownies Chocolate Chip Cookie. This tastes just like a thick, soft chocolate chip cookie. It’s a little thicker than your average cookie, but as soft as the store bought soft cookies. You know what I’m talking about. So soft they will almost fold over if you try to hold them up.

You wouldn’t believe they were a healthier version of a chocolate chip cookie. Just as chocolatey. It doesn’t cheat by giving you only one or two chocolate chips. It contains a nice amount. Not jam-packed, but normal.

Cookie? Brownie? Definitely cookie.

Anyway, I shaved a point on the fudge and the chocolate chip cookie brownies because they’re small and not filling despite the 5g of fiber. I know … I know … the smaller size helps keeps the calories down.

Two more flavors join the brownie family. One is perfect for my husband and the other for me. First up is an unexpected and very different flavor: lemon. My husband, lover of things lemony and sour, says he loves the Fiber One 90 Calorie Lemon Bar‘s mild to medium tart lemon flavor and the small chunks of lemon something. aren’t not quite like a lemon chip, but smaller. Thumbs up from the lemon lover and not a favorite for me, but I can see how it appeals to lemon fans.

Now the one for me is the Fiber One 90 Calorie Cinnamon Coffee Cake. I never eat cinnamon rolls or anything of that nature anymore. Just hard to stop once you start. This tastes like a cinnamon roll married to a soft cookie. It doesn’t have cake or brownie texture, but more solid like soft baked cookies. Like the lemon bar, there are cinnamon chunks to reinforce the flavor you expect. I still can’t award more than four stars as these don’t satisfy me. But it was nice having a cinnamon roll-like treat.

Fiber One 90-Calorie Chocolate Peanut Butter Brownies Nutrition Facts: 90 calories, 3g fat, 1.5g sat fat, 17g carbs, 5g fiber, 7g sugars and 1g protein.

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Fiber One 90-Calorie Chocolate Fudge Brownies Nutrition Facts: 90 calories, 3g fat, 1.5g sat fat, 18g carbs, 5g fiber, 8g sugars and 1g protein.

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Fiber One 90-Calorie Chocolate Chip Cookie Brownies Nutrition Facts: 90 calories, 3g fat, 1.5g sat fat, 18g carbs, 5g fiber, 8g sugars and 1g protein.

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Fiber One 90-Calorie Cinnamon Coffee Cake Nutrition Facts: 90 calories, 3g fat, 1.5g sat fat, 18g carbs, 5g fiber, 8g sugars and less than 1g protein.

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Fiber One 90-Calorie Lemon Bar Nutrition Facts: 90 calories, 3g fat, 1.5g sat fat, 18g carbs, 5g fiber, 8g sugars and less than 1g protein.

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Updated July 18, 2012