For as long as there have been size zero models taunting us from magazines and billboards, there have been low-calorie and low-sugar options for sweets. Remember substituting carob for chocolate? Yuck. Or the bad-for-you laboratory-made additives Benzocaine and Olestra? Double yuck. And how about the eat this, not that craze that told us if we’re craving chocolate, have a few raisins instead? Yeah, right!
To say we were skeptical about an indulgent product called SkinnyMe chocolate that claimed to have all the chocolate, but none of the sugar, and far less fat… would be an understatement.
Well, we are eating those words now—as well as SkinnyMe chocolate! SkinnyMe chocolate squares, bites, peanut butter cups and melts are hit: they’re rich, smooth, creamy, and exquisitely tasty. It’s every bit as good as those premium brands but it’s only 45-50 calories per serving, has 0-1g net carbs, and zero sugar per serving.
It was back in 2015 that the folks at SkinnyMe chocolate started their quest to make a bar of sugar-free premium chocolate that wasn’t sweetened with anything artificial. To their surprise, no one else was making chocolate with Stevia Leaf extract, so they spent over a year with gourmet chocolatiers working on the initial dark chocolate recipe to get the flavor profile and smooth texture that connoisseurs would expect in a premium indulgence. They not only accomplished that, but they somehow managed to cut prices along with calories—each bar averages just over one dollar!
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5 Delicious Reasons to Devour SkinnyMe Chocolate
1. First of all, it just tastes good. It’s rich, creamy, smooth, tasty, and not overly sweet.
2. Each square is only 45-50 calories—compared to about 60 calories per square of other brands you can buy at the supermarket.
3. It’s gluten-free, Keto-friendly chocolate with zero net carbs.
4. They have a variety of unusual flavors, ranging from Birthday Cake to Candy Apple to Hot Cinnamon.
5. A pack of four bars costs less than $5.
So, there you have it—and better yet, there’s more to come: Hot chocolate is just around the corner, and should be ready for your Fall shopping list.