Fiber One sells chocolate brownies that are only 90 calories. They actually have fiber in them, but you'd never believe it. They're just a chocolate brownie with a little chocolate glaze on it.
Bear in mind they aren't real big. The first time I had one I was opening the box and I asked my husband, "Do you want to split one of these with me?" Then I saw the size of the brownie and said "Never mind." It's not really splittable. But it IS delicious and very chocolatey!
I have a new chocolatey favorite. It's located at our Aldi's store in the midwest. They have 'Fit & Active' brand Chocolate cookies in the 100 calorie packs. They are cheaper and more chocolately than the Nabisco and other branded 100 calorie packs in other stores. They also have the Oatmeal Chocolate Chip variety too. I believe Aldi's grocery store is the only one carrying that brand.
dark chocolate is ok, so is eating chocolate in moderation. get a bag of your favorite chocolate and give yourself a strict limit on how long that bag NEEDS to last. dont buy another one until your deadline is up. you'll find that 1 or 2 peices a day actually makes you feel better, and you start to lose the craving.
on a side note, peanut butter multi-grain cheerios...AMAZING. it kicks your sweet craving in the *ss because it has enough sweet to not keep you wanting more. 110 calories per serving.
Some good organic cocoa powder with a little stevia mixed in... Dip strawberries in it...Yum!! You can also add a touch a greek yogurt to the sweetened cocoa powder for more of a dip for the strawberries. I also use cocoa powder in my oatmeal sometimes...Chocolate for breakfast---Delish!!
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Oh! once I get to my goal, I am so into chocolate!
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This isn't a recipe, but I eat chocolate every day. I buy the big organic dark chocolate bars with at least 80% cocoa, and I eat a square (or two) a day. One square does not have many calories and the health benefits of dark chocolate (not milk chocolate which is full of sugar) are worth it. I usually have a cup of tea or a glass of red wine, and let the chocolate dissolve in my mouth in tiny little bites between sips. I look forward to it every day. :)
1 1.5 oz box Jello chocolate sugar free, pudding mix 3 cups skim milk 1 8 oz. container fat free Cool Whip 10 chocolate cookies like Oreo's or chocoate sandwich cookies
Place cookies in a storage bag and use a rolling pin to crush them
Take the crushed cookies and spread on the bottom of a 13 x 9 inch pan.
Use butter flavor Pam cooking spray and spray over crushed cookies. It keeps them in place.
Mix milk, pudding, and cool whip in bowl.
Pour the mixture on top of crushed cookies
Let cool in fridge 2 hours so pudding will set.
Cut into 12 servings each about 120 calories each !!!!
**** you can mix this up by using different flavored puddings&cookies ****
Edited by: SNOOPY1960 at: 3/16/2012 (15:16)
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I like the sugar free dark chocolate pudding, I make it with lactose free milk but dont put in the whole 2 cups and then I add some lite cool whip it makes a chocolate mouse. You can also make an enite pie by getting a reduced fat graham cracker crust, mix the sf pudding as directions state, put half the pudding in the crust first, then mix half a container of lite cool whip with the pudding for the next layer of the pie and top with the remaining cool whip. It is delicious and low calorie and looks pretty. You would want to refridgerate at least 2 hours before serving.
I love chocolate !!!
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I like to make fat free/sugar free chocolate pudding. I think it's 60ish calories a serving. Depending on what brand you get sometimes it's not sweet enough so I'll add a packet of sweet n' low to the mix.
The other thing I really like is smart ones frozen desserts. I think all of them are under 150 calories. My personal favorite is the strawberry shortcake but the chocolate peanut butter cup and the cookie dough ones are really good too. They have a chocolate brownie one but I haven't tried that yet. Check them out at Walmart they carry the biggest variety.
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I am a huge chocolate fan and these are a few of what I like to have.
1. I buy a dark chocolate bar and limit myself to 2 squares ( i get 4 servings out of a bar ) 125 cal.
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