8 Ways to Satisfy Your Sweet Craving This Valentine’s Day

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Sweet craving driving you crazy? People often show, give and equate love with food. Dr. Jan Chozen Bays in her book, “Mindful Eating, A Guide to Rediscovering a Joyful and Healthy Relationship with Food” says this about the pair: “When you talk with people at any length about comfort foods, you will always uncover a story that is warm with feelings of connection, love and companionship.”

Comfort foods can mean different things to different people. Often, comfort foods are sweet and sugary. There’s that box of chocolates, the bag of candy hearts, a big glass of wine and your favorite dessert from that awesome restaurant. Before you treat yourself to something that packs in the unhealthy ingredients, try a few of our guilt-free alternatives to curb the sweet craving.

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Here are eight snacks that are sure to satisfy your sweet craving:

1. Decadent Chocolate Muffin Mix >


Or Apple Cinnamon >. Or maybe Chocolate Chip >. You pick. Our mug-sized muffins “bake” in the microwave and are truly guilt free with eight grams of protein and three grams of dietary fiber. Just 160 calories total. Get your sweet treat here >

2. Cherry Almond Bar >

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Cherries, almonds, peanuts, walnuts and coconut. Breakfast doesn’t get any yummier or easier. Keep one in your purse, one at your desk and one in your car. Get the sweet treat here >

3. Double Chocolate Cookie Bites >

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Here’s a great way to get your chocolate fix and satisfy your sweet tooth. Our keto friendly Double Chocolate Cookie Bites are made with almond flour and cocoa for a better-for-you dessert that crushes your cravings. If you’re not a chocolate lover, we also have Peanut Butter Cookie Bites that are just as delicious. These little soft-baked cookies are free of added sugar and the perfect treat for your Valentine’s Day dessert.  Get the sweet treat here >

4. Apple Cinnamon Granola Cereal >

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Most granola is loaded with added sugar, but our cereal is sweetened with dried apples, fruit concentrate and a just sprinkle of sugar. Add whole milk or Greek yogurt for extra protein. Get the sweet treat here >

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5. Beach Shack Cappuccino Shake >

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This chocolaty, coffee-flavored shake is the perfect start to your morning. Mix it up for breakfast or dessert—or anytime in-between—with or without some extra coffee. Get the sweet treat here >

6. Dark Chocolate Ricotta Muffin >

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There’s no reason you can’t eat breakfast when it’s this easy. These muffins “bake” in the microwave in just 20 seconds. Take a few boxes to work and make them whenever hunger strikes. Get the sweet treat here >

7. Oatmeal Cranberry Bites >

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Oatmeal, cranberries, hemp seeds and pumpkin seeds. These crispy-on-the-outside, chewy-on-the-inside cookies don’t taste guilt free but truly are. Try them with milk, coffee or hot tea. Get the sweet treat here >

8. Peanut Butter Chocolate Entrée Bar >

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Whether for breakfast, lunch, dinner or dessert, this sweet treat satisfies—literally. The chocolate coated crisps are wrapped in a peanut butter coating, providing the classic flavor combination that you know and love. It has 15 grams of protein and nine grams of fiber to keep you satisfied until your next meal.  Get the sweet treat here >

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