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Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Low Calorie Chocolate Crackers

o'cocos chocolate crackers
When I first heard about O'Coco's "Chocolate Crackers" I have to admit, I was pretty skeptical. So skeptical in fact, that I passed them up at the natural food market many times (for more than a year), without thinking twice. Then, a few months ago, I was feeling hungry while I was grocery shopping (never a good thing), so I ended up spontaneously grabbing a 90 calorie bag of O'Coco'S mocha flavored chocolate crisps.

Now after finally trying them -- I have to admit, I'm really impressed with these crackers. I never realized it until I ate them, but they actually satisfy two of my cravings: (1) chocolate and (2) crunch, and with only 90 calories (2 weight watchers points) in a pre-portioned bag, I have to say, they are right up my alley and they make a great low cal snack food. The crisps are not only delicious, light, and crunchy but they are also all-natural, organic, and hydrogenated oil free. Now, I've only had the chocolate mocha flavor (which by the way have some added caffeine in them from coffee), but they also come in regular chocolate (which I'm sure are delicious given how much I like the mocha flavor) as well as chocolate cinnamon (which sound delicious as well).

I buy O'Coco's at my local Country Sun or Mollie Stones, but you can also look on the O'Coco's store locator page for other stores that carry them.

You should definitely try these chocolate crackers if you are intrigued. I wish I had tried them sooner!



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Elizabeth said...

I haven't had them in a while, but I remember it being a good amount. They are thin crackers and a serving is 20 grams.

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