Some real talk for you now, it’s absolutely fine to include chocolate in your diet. Sure you might want to base your primary meals around nutritious choices, but for long-term happiness? Chocolate has its place and for me, it’s a daily thing.
When it comes to lower-calorie chocolate bars, marketing can play not only an expensive and also confusing part in making a suitable choice. Whilst, I’m in no way shape or form trying to tell you not to buy what you enjoy and/or suits your budget. I’m always keen to remind people that the bar that’s heavily marketed as the “Healthy Option” might not be any nutritionally different to just buying a smaller version of your favourite brand.
Here are some of my favourite choices and I’ve snuck in a few chocolate biscuits too, because why the hell not?
KitKat – 106 Calories
Dairy Milk Little Bars – 96 Calories
Cadbury Freddo – 95 Calories
Kinder chocolate bars – 71Calories
Mars, Snickers and Twix – All now have 99 calorie options available.
Blue Riband biscuit = 99 calorie
Cadbury Curly Wurly – 118 Calories
Milkyway – 117 Calories
Mini Cadbury Buttons Bag – 76 Calories
Mini Milkybar Buttons Bag – 65 Calories
Breakaway Bar – 99 Calories
Club Orange Bars – 116 Calories
Tunocks Tea Cakes – 106 Calories
Twix Top Chocolate Biscuit Bars -106 Calories
Cadbury Flake 20g Bar – 104 Calories
Kinder Happy Hippo Cocoa Cream – 122 Calories
Kinder Surprise Egg – 110 Calories
Cadbury Mini Fingers Snack Bag – 98 Calories
Toffee Crisp Chocolate Biscuits – 99 Calories