I personally like the Jello brand puddings that are 60 calories. If you love chocolate like I do, I sometimes cut up some strawberries and eat that with the dark chocolate one. Also, Popsicle has a fudge bar out that is "no sugar added" that tastes the same as the regular ones. Even my friends who do not diet eat them and never knew the difference. Each bar has only 40 calories and 10 carbs. The package says 80 calories and 19 carbs for 2 bars. Not bad! It satisfies my chocolate fix.
I find that making adjustments to your favorite recipes a big help. There is hidden sugar in some peanut butter so getting a all natural one with only peanuts as an ingredient helps as does choosing a sugar alternative such as agave nectar also lowers the sugar impact of foods There are some good recipes in the diabetic section of the SP recipe database
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