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When I am usually in the mood for chocolate, I can reach for a candybar, or M&M's or something like that. But I found that Chocolate Cheerios are yummy, and better than the alterntive, plus 3/4 of a cup usually satisfies that craving. Special K Chocolate Delight is also a something I will eat..

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  • I like the Slimfast peanut butter crunch snack bars. Tastes just like a butterfinger with only 100 calories. Also the Nature Valley Granola Thins. So yummy with a great chocolatey taste - by TONI2011
  • The people at General Mills should get a medal for their chocolate Cheerios and the same goes for the nice folks at Kellog's for their Special K's Chocolate Delight.

    emoticon - by JRBASKIND
  • I like a piece of dark chocolate (70% cocoa or more) to kill the cravings without all the fat and sugar. - by M0PPET
    I have to buy these next time I go to store. Never saw them but I'm sure they are there emoticon - by DEVORA4
  • I looooooooooooooove Special K's Chocolate Delight. It is a great snack to satisfy a chocolate craving (tiny chocolate pieces right in there), a munching craving (the portion size is big enough that it can last a while, keeping your hands busy) and a crunchy craving (the cereal part is crunchy and sweet). I have this about 3 or 4 times a week. - by MALUANOVA
  • MICHI246
    gasp! there are chocolate cherios????!!!! I love cherios! I alternate between buying the multigrain and honey nut version. never seen chocolate. maybe just a states thing :(
    but will look now :) - by MICHI246
    I agree with you I like the chocolate cheerios. They are filling and I feel like I had a treat instead of a lot of calories. - by MBSKIT

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