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Skinny Cow Candies: A Sweet Fix from A Bodacious Bovine

skinnycow_logoI wrote this post while participating in a blog tour conducted by Burst Media. I have been compensated for my time commitment to the program, but my opinions are my own. For our sponsored post policy, click here.

I admit I have a sweet tooth. Every night after dinner, I want a sweet treat. For me, it’s just as much of a relaxing ritual as a need for something sweet, so I’m always on the lookout for something that will satisfy my craving without costing me 500 calories. And that’s where the slim heifer comes in.

It’s been awhile since I’ve had anything Skinny Cow, and while the company is known for its ice cream, it now has candy. And these chocolates are just the ticket for a nighttime-sweets fix. The new Divine Filled Chocolate are filled with Peanut Butter Creme or Caramel, and both are worthy of their name. Coming in at only 130 calories per pack, I love that you get three pieces of candy for that calorie cost. One of anything never seems like enough, but three makes you really feel like you’re satisfying yourself. And these candies go a long way in that regard.

I’m a sucker for anything peanut butter and chocolate, so the peanut butter filling was right up my alley. Between my husband and I, those disappeared first. I also have a fondness for the caramel and chocolate combo, so I’m not complaining about that flavor. Whatever the filling, the chocolate has that perfect little bite to it before you get to the delicious center.

Don’t go looking in the freezer section—you find these Skinny Cows in the candy aisle. And see all of their Instagram deliciousness here. Want more Skinny? Hit ’em up on the Twitter and Pinterest too.

How do you get your sweet fix? Do you adore PB&C (that’s peanut butter and chocolate!), too? —Erin

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