I Buy Giardellie chocolate 60% cocoa,, it comes in pre packaged squares which cant be more than an ounce,, so it is preportioned and also comes in 70% cocoa,, which is a bit bitter for me. But 1 or 2 squares a day is an excellant treat,, with excellant benefits . Use some control and dont eat the whole bag at once !! and you will be fine !
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I buy the dark fruit and nut bar and have only 1 oz. per day I stick the rest out or site...lol out of site out of mind I have a piece right after supper with a cup of unsweetened java ..nope I won't ever get rid of my morning or evening cup of java
My only problem is you can't buy dark chocolate in just one piece! haha.. I'd eat it all at once, so I just don't keep it! I won't drink the almond milk. I don't think it's too bad, so I give it to my son for a special treat! I will steer clear after this is empty!
Thanks! I got the Silk almond milk, which didn't have any sugar in it as far as the ingredients list goes. I wasn't a huge fan, so it will be a rare treat for me, I think -- which is enough to satisfy that sweet tooth!
Hi you might want to be careful with the sugar intake with almond milk...in almond milk unless it says unsweetened there is usually sugar added and sugar can cause weight gain and a stop to all weight loss...that goes for the chocolate almond milk as well. You could have your chocolate milk once a week as a treat but I really wouldn't have any more then that. If you have a sweet tooth like me you could always have a 1 oz serving of dark chocolate per day....it has been tested that 1 oz of dark chocolate will assist with weight loss and its yummie I hope this helps.
So, I got some vanilla almond milk to try, and it was ok.. I think it'd be good in recipes. I REALLY wanted the chocolate almond milk, but I am afraid that it will spark a craving for chocolate in me. I know it is all natural, but would this happen if I drink it? I only wanted it as a treat... maybe I can have it in place of sweets when I crave them? Can anyone give me some advice? Thanks!!
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