Chocolate is part of life when you celebrate (cake), when you're sad (ice cream), and when you just need something to fix (candy).
Fortunately, there are many ways to satisfy your chocolate craving. No matter how many calories you need to limit
200 calories or less
Chocolate-flavored Protein Bars: Protein bars are best when you need something to keep you tummy between meals. But not every protein bar has the right calories. So you also need to flip through the nutrition schedule.
Look for the kind that also contains fiber.
Chocolate-flavored cereals: Chocolate-flavored cereals are great for satisfying cravings. Another plus is that it also contains dietary fiber.
Look for one that has less than 110 calories per serving. and be careful about consumer units Because there is a variety according to the type of cereal. Add a cup of skimmed milk. or anything low in calories that you use as a substitute for milk. You may add fat-free yogurt. (regular yogurt or Greek yogurt)
Low-fat chocolate ice cream: Look for one that is small enough for one person to eat so you don't overeat. In addition, be careful when estimating the quantity. Half a cup is less than you might think. to fill up You can also add sliced strawberries.
Two-ingredient brownie muffins: Mix a box of devil's food cake with a 15-ounce can of pumpkin puree (not to be confused with the pie filling version). Because that is much higher in calories) the mixture will be very thick. But don't add anything else. Bake in a 12-cup muffin baking pan pre-sprayed at 400 degrees for 20 minutes, then enjoy this 181-calorie muffin-brownie hybrid. have
For 100 calories or less
Vitalicious VitaTops: Speaking of Chocolate Muffins I like this one the most. everything comes from nature It is full of vitamins and minerals, low in fat, high in fiber, and provides only energy. 90-100 calories per piece only
You can find traditional rich chocolate on the frozen shelves in department stores. Or order other flavors online.
Frozen Low-Fat Fudge Sticks: This dessert tastes cheesy. Flawless chocolate ice cream with lower energy and limiting edibles to pieces Keep them in the freezer. You will be ready to eat all the time.
Chocolate Chip Snack Bars: I love chewy granola and chocolate chip cereal bars. They're perfect for quelling a little chocolate craving. Look for the one with chocolate sprinkles. It's delicious.
Almond Tossed in Chocolate Powder: No, it's not a chocolate covered almond. This is almonds that are lightly sprinkled with cocoa powder for a chocolate flavor without too many calories. Look for 100-calorie sachets or self-catering portions. You can eat 14 tablets for only 100 calories.
PB Chocolate Cake Pops: Only 101 calories each.
For 50 calories or less
Low-Energy Hot Cocoa: Look for sachets that provide only 20-25 calories per sachet. This is often labeled as "diet" or "fat free." Just add hot water. And you get a cup of hot cocoa with very little energy.
for iced chocolate Mix in a little hot water. Then add cold water and add ice.
Tootsie roll midgie: Tootsie focuses on low-energy chocolate desserts. These bite-sized, chewy candies provide just 25 calories per piece. So you can eat two for only 50 calories.
Hershey Kisses: This is another original chocolate with only 25 calories per slice. Don't trust yourself to open a big bag? Look for alternatives that allow you to control the amount you eat.
Chocolate fillo bites with just two ingredients: turn that chocolate kiss into a crunchy dessert. Simply put it in a small fillo dough (found on a frozen food shelf) and bake at 350 degrees for ten minutes. Make a whole tray for your next meeting time. Each piece has only 35 calories.