Tuesday 22 September 2015

Five Sweet Treats That Won't Ruin Your Waistline

So you're on a diet, or perhaps you are just trying to follow a healthier lifestyle. Either way it may be going really well but you happen to be craving something sweet but you don't want to ruin all of your hard work! I'm going to share with you five sweet treats that I like to eat when I'm in need of a sugar fix.

5 low calorie sweet treats

These foods are quite low in calories, well if you don't go over board with the amount that is and they allow you to eat something not so good for you without the guilty feeling afterwards.


Relatively low in calories these definitely hit that sweet spot just refrain from melting them and involving them in making smores.



You can buy individual pots of jelly (great for lunch on the go) or make batches of your own either way this wibbly wobbly snack is definitely worth a go, I like to pop a bit of flavoured yogurt and fruit on top too.

Jelly Beans

20 beans is less than 50 calories!! Can anyone say winning. Just remember to eat them slowly, savour the taste.

jelly beans

Gummy Bears

If you opt for the sugar free version of this cute snack then you can have around 25 of these bad boys and still consume less than 100 calories.

gummy bears

Hot Chocolate

Ok technically not a food but it is a great way to get that chocolate fix without the worry of how many calories it contains. I like the sachets of options hot chocolate, this tends to be my end of day treat, prevents me from reaching for the crisps and chocolate late at night. But if you really want chocolate then opt for a couple of squares of a good dark chocolate.



  1. I'm with you on Hot chocolate - perfect for autumnal days x

  2. Excellent idea! I would never have thought of marshmallows! I assume that hot chocolate with marshmallows would be considered cheating ... #mmwbh

  3. I love gummy bears. Like....LOVE gummy bears. Have you ever seen Cloudy with a chance of Meatballs? I'm Steve. LMAO! Thanks so much for linking up! #MMWBH


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