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27 Sensible Ways to Satisfy Your Chocolate Cravings

Better-for-You Chocolate Treats for 60-160 Calories


3/14/2018 10:38:15 PM

JELLO965's SparkPage
I make hot chocolate using one cup of unsweetened vanilla almond milk, 1 T of plain unsweetened cocoa powder and two packets of stevia. Stir and heat in the microwave for 1.5-2 minutes, and there you have it! At under 50 calories per serving, it's an easy, guilt-free way for me to get my chocolate fix during the cooler months!
3/11/2018 4:34:13 AM

PLATINUM755's SparkPage
Something to think about..Thanx!
1/25/2018 3:22:40 PM

Great suggestions, but you forgot After Eight chocolates, Only 40 calories per square. And very good.
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8/11/2017 11:26:45 AM

HOLLYM48's SparkPage
Love this article!
8/9/2017 11:11:44 PM

LOL-- I didn't see one item listed that matched that picture with the article!! When I think Chocolate, those candies are what I remember....
6/10/2017 1:39:54 AM

Sensible and chocolate do not belong in the same sentence. There is nothing sensible about chocolate. It is decadent and luxurious and a pure pleasure to all the senses.
6/6/2017 7:59:01 PM

Great ideas! It sure would be tempting with 5 Hershey kisses though. I'd have to freeze them for sure.
6/3/2017 9:17:55 PM

GAYEMC's SparkPage
Chocolate isn't a big problem for me, but cheese, that's another story.
6/3/2017 9:01:30 PM

JAMER123's SparkPage
I do like my chocolate and these are good suggestions. Thanks.
6/3/2017 6:29:00 PM

WENDIQ's SparkPage
One chocolate oreo with my coffee is an afternoon treat for me almost daily. A tootsie roll (small one is 33 calories) is also a good option that fills my desire for chocolate......
6/3/2017 1:30:17 PM

JIACOLO's SparkPage
Some good suggestions
6/3/2017 12:47:25 PM

Some good ideas, but a rice cake is never going to satisfy my chocolate craving. Just saying!
6/3/2017 9:06:17 AM

HOLLYM48's SparkPage
Love all the suggestions!

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