In my ongoing quest to find sweet chocolate treats that don’t contain a huge amount of fat and calories, I recently discovered Nestle Skinny Cow chocolate candies. The Skinny Cow brand offers Dreamy Clusters, Heavenly Crisps and Divine Filled Chocolates. Since I prefer smooth and creamy candy, I opted for the Divine Filled Chocolates, in both the caramel and peanut butter creme flavors.
Skinny Cow Divine Filled Chocolates are sold in individual packages or in boxes of six packages. Each package contains three pieces of candy, with a total weight of one ounce. The candies are quite slender, but also quite delicious. They are very smooth and creamy, and one package of three candies is just enough to satisfy that craving for a sugar rush. The filling has that soft, melt-in-your-mouth texture. I didn’t notice a huge difference in taste between the caramel and peanut butter creme, probably because the peanut butter taste is very subtle.
I would eat Skinny Cow Divine Filled Chocolates on their own merit, but the lower fat and calorie count is a true bonus. A three-piece pouch contains 130 calories and seven grams of fat. While these candies are small, they are satisfying. Sometimes I will open a package and eat only one or two, and that’s enough of a sweet treat.
If you love a chocolate nosh here and there but don’t want to break the calorie bank, you might want to try Skinny Cow chocolate candies. They are found in the candy aisle of most large chain supermarkets and drugstores.
source: calorie and fat content taken from box of Skinny Cow Divine Filled Chocolates