The Best Movie Snack Ever — Guilt-Free Chocolate!

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Guilt-free chocolate that’s lower in lower in calories, sugar and fat? Who needs popcorn?

Guilt-free chocolateThis particular delight is called Red, and it was created by master chocolatiers from France and Switzerland. They’ve included a little something unique for every taste — in addition to milk and dark chocolate, they also offer chocolate with flavorings like orange and almond, hazel nut and macadamia nut, plus milk chocolate pralines with coconut or hazelnut filling, that come in convenient gift boxes.

By now you’re probably asking, what makes this guilt-free chocolate? Well, here are five good reasons we call it that:

 

 

  • The dark chocolate contains up to 50% fewer calories than other dark chocolate brands, and the milk chocolate contains about 35% fewer calories. Get this: one 26-gram dark chocolate Grab and Go Bar contains only 75 calories. Woo Hoo!
  • It contains 30-40% less fat than other chocolate brands
  • There’s no added sugar — Red uses all-natural, zero calorie sweeteners including melon sugar and all natural stevia from the stevia plant.
  • Red dark chocolate is compatible with many diets, including Weight Watchers and Keto, as it contains only 4 net carbs,.
  • The Cocoa comes from the Ivory Coast of Africa, where farmers select, roast and grind the cocoa beans to perfection.

Surprisingly enough, Red doesn’t cost as much as other luxury chocolate brands. You can often find it at your local supermarket, but it’s also available on Amazon — a 12-pack of Grab and Go bars is only $9.99 — less than a buck a piece. Such a deal!

Guilt-free chocolate

Guilt-free chocolate that’s lower in lower in calories, sugar and fat? Who needs popcorn?
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Lisa Johnson Mandell

Lisa Johnson Mandell

Lisa Johnson Mandell is an award winning journalist, author and film/TV critic. She can be heard regularly on Cumulus radio stations throughout the US, and on BBC Radio.

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