I went to the grocery store tonight trying to stock up on some healthy food for the week when I came across some scrumptious little gems. They are made by Quaker and their called Mini Delights. I bought the cinnamon streusel kind. They're made with whole grains and their nutritional content is as follows per bag: cal. 90, total fat 3.5, sodium 90 mg, carbs 14 g (a bit much but still better than a doughnut) fiber 1 g, protein 2 g. I'm telling you they are absolutely DELICIOUS. They kind of remind me of the cinnamon twists at Taco Bell.
Here is a list of the ingredients: multi grain cake (whole grain wheat flour, whole grain yellow corn, whole grain brown rice flour) sugar, cinnamon, salt, natural tocopherois.. the coating on the cakes (and they are bite sized) are: sigar, partially hydrogenated palm kernal oil, nonfat dry milk, dried whole milk, soy lecithin, vanillin.. hope this helps!
I'm not so keen on the partially hydrogenated pal kernal oil (trans fat) but the rest looks pretty good, especially since I only do whole grains now. They might be good to get past a sweet craving. Thanks for the recommendation.