A sundae even a dieter could love...
230 Calories, 5 grams of Fat, HOWEVER you get 10g of Fiber in this baby!
The secret to this sundae's greatness is that there are really only two healthier-option items in it. What works here is that age old saying about moderation being key oh yeah and a serious serving of fiber. I would not suggest this as a breakfast replacement, just as an example of that moderation, but if you've got a serious hankerin' for some chocolate, this should do the trick.
Thanks to awesome blogger and now Food Network star, Hungry Girl, I have come to love these Vita Top Muffins. So far I've only bought the double-chocolate, but they totally work as a brownie replacement in this recipe. Word to the wise - they don't stay good very long in a cabinet, so keep them in your freezer. They are a quick 18 seconds until thawed.
Here we go!
1 Deep Chocolate Vita Top Muffin
1 Tbsp Hershey's Chocolate Syrup
1/4 Cup (or 1.9 oz on a food scale) Bryer's All Natural Vanilla Ice Cream
2 Tbsp Fat Free Whipped Cream (the type in the spray can)
1 Maraschino Cherry
Heat one Vita Top from frozen in the microwave for 18 seconds in the bowl you are serving it in. Using a scoop or a measuring cup, try to get pretty close to the 1/4 cup amount of ice cream. This is important for the calorie and fat count. Plop on top and surround with 2 squirts (approx 1 Tbsp each) of the Fat Free Whipped Cream. Very finely drizzle 1 Tbsp (or about 3 seconds) worth of syrup over the sundae. Top with the cherry!
Just perfect to curb a sweet tooth!!!!