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Cobbler Bar Nutritional Info

For the Raspberry Cobbler Bars

Each bar, when prepared according to the directions, will have:

  • Calories: 85
  • Fat: 0 grams
  • Protein: 1 gram

For the Buttery Berry Crumble Bars (or Apple or Cherry Crumble Bars)

If prepared with Smart Balance Light, each bar will have 118 calories. If prepared with Earth Balance, or another similar vegan butter, each bar will have 140 calories. Using EB will result in a softer, more buttery bar than using sbl, but sbl will work in the recipe. And if you want a fat-free bar, use the above linked recipe for raspberry cobbler bars.

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  1. Becky says

    Hi Katie!

    I’m (ridiculously) new to the food-blogging world and, while not a vegan (or even a vegetarian, guiltguiltguiltguilt) I’ve definitely been eyeballing some of your recipes of late (*coughcough*cookiedoughdip*coughcough*). One reason, aside from that they look delicious, is because they’re HEALTHY. I’m not exactly on a diet or anything, but I do always appreciate when I can eat better without dropping taste-so I have two questions for you!

    1) Do you have some sort of standard list for converting typical ingredients/amounts into healthier ones? (Ex how many tbls of applesauce replace one of butter, or how much special egg-imitation does it take to replace one egg?) Or do you just make up your own recipes and therefore never have to adapt from non-vegan/less healthy recipes?
    2) Do you use any quick methods to figure out how many calories go into your treats? I’d love to be able to post that along with new recipes I try…of course there’s always the standard “do the math with a pencil and eraser” way, but just wondering. 🙂

    Apologies if this isn’t the right place for these questions!

    • Chocolate-Covered Katie says

      Hi Becky!
      I do sometimes adapt others’ recipes, but I don’t just make equal-amount changes. I wing it. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn’t. For example, I did like 6 batches of failed brownie tests before creating a recipe I thought tasted good! For ener-g egg replacer, though, it IS a standard replacement: 1 tsp egg replacer equals 1 egg.
      As for calories… yeah, pencil and paper. And typing in “calories in _____” to the search bar to quickly find the amount for an ingredient.

      • Val says

        Hey there! Looking at the dates, this post is a tad bit late so I’m not sure if you’re still doing it manually or not. However, if you haven’t (or just for any readers out there wondering), http://caloriecount.about.com/cc/recipe_analysis.php is a fantastic site! All you have to do is copy and paste the recipe and click to analyze it. Now, you may have to make a few adjustments to the wording (for example, instead of “1 and 1/2 tsp” you would just get rid of the “and” and leave a space between the whole and half numbers). It may seem just a tad tricky at first, but once you’ve used it a few times you know just exactly how to work it.

        Love the site, Katie. Keep up the great work! (:

      • Val says

        Hey there! Looking at the dates, this post is a tad bit late so I’m not sure if you’re still doing it manually or not. However, if you haven’t (or just for any readers out there wondering), http://caloriecount.about.com/cc/recipe_analysis.php is a fantastic site! All you have to do is copy and paste the recipe and click to analyze it. Now, you may have to make a few adjustments to the wording (for example, instead of “1 and 1/2 tsp” you would just get rid of the “and” and leave a space between the whole and half numbers). It may seem just a tad tricky at first, but once you’ve used it a few times you know just exactly how to work it.

        Love the site, Katie. Keep up the great work! (:

    • Chocolate-Covered Katie says

      Hi Becky!
      I do sometimes adapt others’ recipes, but I don’t just make equal-amount changes. I wing it. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn’t. For example, I did like 6 batches of failed brownie tests before creating a recipe I thought tasted good! For ener-g egg replacer, though, it IS a standard replacement: 1 tsp egg replacer equals 1 egg.
      As for calories… yeah, pencil and paper. And typing in “calories in _____” to the search bar to quickly find the amount for an ingredient.

  2. Becky says

    Hi Katie!

    I’m (ridiculously) new to the food-blogging world and, while not a vegan (or even a vegetarian, guiltguiltguiltguilt) I’ve definitely been eyeballing some of your recipes of late (*coughcough*cookiedoughdip*coughcough*). One reason, aside from that they look delicious, is because they’re HEALTHY. I’m not exactly on a diet or anything, but I do always appreciate when I can eat better without dropping taste-so I have two questions for you!

    1) Do you have some sort of standard list for converting typical ingredients/amounts into healthier ones? (Ex how many tbls of applesauce replace one of butter, or how much special egg-imitation does it take to replace one egg?) Or do you just make up your own recipes and therefore never have to adapt from non-vegan/less healthy recipes?
    2) Do you use any quick methods to figure out how many calories go into your treats? I’d love to be able to post that along with new recipes I try…of course there’s always the standard “do the math with a pencil and eraser” way, but just wondering. 🙂

    Apologies if this isn’t the right place for these questions!

  3. kristenstead says

    I just made these, and my family loves them! best apple pie like dessert ever! we used cocnut oil, and they couldn’t be better. how many servings would you say this makes?

  4. kristenstead says

    I just made these, and my family loves them! best apple pie like dessert ever! we used cocnut oil, and they couldn’t be better. how many servings would you say this makes?

  5. Addy says

    What is the carb and fiber count on these? Or what is the weight watchers points for this? I see you sometimes put them, and sometimes not. Also how many servings does the recipe make? Thanks.

    • Unofficial CCK Helper says

      Katie posts nutrition facts for all her recipes as of 2012. Sadly it looks like this is an older recipe. But all future recipes, she says, will have nutrition facts and WW points.

    • Unofficial CCK Helper says

      Katie posts nutrition facts for all her recipes as of 2012. Sadly it looks like this is an older recipe. But all future recipes, she says, will have nutrition facts and WW points.

  6. Addy says

    What is the carb and fiber count on these? Or what is the weight watchers points for this? I see you sometimes put them, and sometimes not. Also how many servings does the recipe make? Thanks.

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