You have read correctly! One muffin = 60 calories. If you like chocolate, try this recipe. You will definitely get your chocolate fix after eating this muffin. Check out the recipe at Power Force Apparel.
In this blog, I promised the good, the bad, and the ugly. This recipe was neither of those things. Here is the catch! This recipe was “okay” (a quick chocolate fix) but half of the muffin stuck to the cupcake liner which was annoying!!! So realistically you only eat 30 calories of the muffin because the other half is stuck to the liner. Ugh. Grease your pan instead of using liners.
The recipe is worth a try if you follow a diet and need a chocolate fix once and a while. I will put the muffins in the freezer and take one out when I have a chocolate craving.
Fast forward to the next day…..
So, I took a muffin out from the freezer and the liner pealed off beautifully! Happy! I ate the muffin when it was still quite cold and truly enjoyed it better than when it was hot. In the end, this recipe did turn out quite well and I do recommend it!
Soooo the recipe asked for 1/2 cup of plain greek yogart or plain low fat yogart. My yogart went bad, so I had to improvise…therefore 1/3 cup of vanilla yogart and a few spoonfulls of fat free cottage cheese. I could not taste either or in the finished product.