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Subject: Re: yummy snack Date: 6/6/2003 1:08 PM
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I love chocolate. I really do. And I have found some point friendly ways to eat it. But my newest find was a suprise. I, in general, distrust protein bars, diet bars and the like. It may all go back to when I tried the Atkins Diet and bought some of those bars...tasted like Sargento's FF Ricotta tasted to Alessandro. I tried the Pria bars a little apprehensively and found 1 flavor that I like (creme caramel). So, in general, I don't want anything to do with "those bars". On the advice of someone on the WW website, I tried the Slim Fast Crunchy Peanut Butter Snack Bars. They taste almost exactly like a Butterfinger. Granted, they are smaller than an actual Butterfinger, but are very close in taste. I'm quite thrilled with the find.
Any yummy and suprising finds you have made?


Kudos bars taste *very much* like a candy bar, give you a very satisfying chocolate taste. They are between 2.1 and 2.4 WW points depending on the specific flavor.

For other chocolate source. Velamints chocolate flavor are excellent. 1/10 WW point for two of them. or, 20 for a point.

My favorite chocolate source is: Dreyers Fat Free No Added Sugar Chocolate Chocolate Fudge Ice cream. Made with skim, and the natural sugar is enough. I'm telling you, it is excellent! No dietetic flavor at all.

Skinny Cows Ice Cream Sandwiches are also good chocolate noshes at 2.4 points each. The Peanut Butter and Chocolate flavor are really good but come in at 2.6 points each. Honestly, taste better than most regular ice cream sandwiches.

Paul
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