This is what I eat for dessert almost every night: -1/3 packet fat free sugar free chocolate pudding mix -2/3 c unsweetened almond milk -1/4 c raw oats
I beat the pudding mix into the almond milk, and then stir in the oats. I let it sit for 30-60 minutes. It sounds weird, but I love it. You can top w/ light whipped cream.
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Hostess has 100 calorie pack cupcakes that have 3 in a pack. I like the strawberry ones, but they have chocolate too. I'm sure Skinny Cow makes some sort of ice cream under 100 calories. Also those Oreo Delight bars are really good.
Mix unsweetened cocoa powder into cottage cheese with a sweetener of choice (truvia etc)
You can even pop in the freezer for a little while, not long, to make even more like ice cream
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Fudgesicles are surprisingly low cal - 60 cals each.
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How about just eating a smaller portion of the real thing? So if 1oz slice of chocolate cake w/chocolate frosting is about 104 calories you could have 1.5oz. and that would bring you up to 150 calories. Hot chocolate with fat free whipped cream is also a nice chocolate treat that taste like dessert.
Another one like Jen mentioned is fat free chocolate pudding. This weekend I'm making mini lemon cheesecakes (in a cupcake tin) with greek yogurt, at 115 calories each. But I haven't made them yet so I don't know if they're good :) I picked up a box of Fiber One brownies, in the chocolate chip cookie version, and they are 90 calories and pretty good.
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