Get Your Chocolate Fix: 4 Ways to Satisfy a Chocolate Craving

chocolate craving4 Ways to Satisfy a Chocolate Craving

2. Tisano ChocolateTea. There’s only one hyphenated word to describe this tea: calorie-free. Okay, two: delicious. Er…or three: chocolatey! This zero-calorie drink is brewed like tea, but instead of steeping hot water over tea leaves, it’s made from the fibrous shell around the cacao bean. With a rich chocolate flavor, Tisano Chocolate Tea isn’t a sweet drink and it isn’t exactly cheap at $14.95 for 4 ounces. But if you’re a true dark chocolate lover (can eat the 80 percent cocoa bars and think they’re tasty—like me), then you will love. And it totally satisfies a chocolate craving. A true chocolate fix!



Comments

  1. Naomi says

    Republic of Tea also has a wonderful Double Dark Chocolate Yerba Mate tea that is ideal for me when I get chocolate cravings, since it’s under 5 calories per cup, not unreasonably-priced. I like to combine it with a bit of unsweetened vanilla almond milk and some stevia to feel super decadent.

  2. Dibirdie says

    I have ordered 5 boxes of the Coco Berry Bars and give them to all my girlfriends to try! These are the most decadent, healthy, dark chocolate and raspberry bars I have ever had! Gave one to my husband out of the wrapper and he asked where in Europe were these made!!! So rich tasting, but only 193 calories!!! Mmmmmmmm!

  3. S says

    omg, Chocolate tea. I thought I was the only person on the planet who knew about chocolate tea.

    Even better though – my local tea shop (locally owned and operated by an awesome twenty-something girl) sells several flavors of chocolate tea – scooped out of their big old tea tins into packets just for you. They have chocolate orange, chocolate strawberry, chocolate coconut, chocolate vanilla… and, by far my favorite, chocolate cupcake, which has flavors of vanilla and caramel in it. Absolutely decadent with a dash of raw sugar or stevia in it. Make a little pot of it, and who needs dessert? It’s the best cure for my sweet tooth that I’ve found, and even with a spoonful of sugar it’s still under 30 calories or so, depending on the size of your spoonful.

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