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Simply Lite Low Carb Milk Chocolate, 36% Cacao, 3-Ounce Bars (Pack of 10)

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  • Sugar free sweetened with a natural sweetner that causes a small rise in blood glucose levels
  • Low Carb, No Trans Fat, Gluten Free, No Sugar Added


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Simply Lite Low Carb Milk Chocolate, 36% Cacao, 3-Ounce Bars (Pack of 10) + NUTILIGHT - SUGAR FREE, LOW CARB, HAZELNUT AND COCOA SPREAD 11 oz. Jar
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Product Description

These classic 36% cacao bars are creamy, with no-sugar added, containing the finest ingredients and no artificial sweeteners (maltitol). Unbelievably smooth and deeply satisfying taste.

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  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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  • ASIN: B0049UDYHI
  • UPC: 000790200116 707004046958
  • Item model number: 20011
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #105,778 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
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Ingredients
Isomalt, citric acid, coconut oil; natural and artificial flavors, malic acid, acesulfame potassium, salt, red 40, yellow, 5, yellow 6, blue 1

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By State of Drought on October 27, 2011
I am counting carbs and needed a reasonable treat. Another reviewer recommended trying Atkins bars instead--there are some great Atkins bars, but sometimes I want CANDY. This is expensive though; I get it at Trader Joe's for $2/bar. I really like the taste and texture, but that's just me. I buy 1 or 2 per week for my sweet fix. I feel like I'm having a treat (usually I'll eat 2-4 squares) without breaking the carb budget. I totally recommend this.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By John Kay on February 7, 2011
I love chocolate. To me it's at the top of the Food Pyramid. But - and it's a very big 'but' - it's very hard to stop eating it once I've started. And that's because of the sugar content. Now, at last, here's a chocolate bar that actually tastes of chocolate and not sugar and I can eat a whole bar and then just stop (at least for a few hours)!

I do hope that Amazon starts to carry it soon. Please!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Pen Name on May 24, 2014
I eat a low-carb diet and these are fantastic. This is the first chocolate I've found that actually tastes good and doesn't cause an insulin response. I haven't had any issue staying in ketosis with this chocolate. I'm even going to bake with it.

It really does have that sort of Swiss chocolate-like flavor. I can't express how surprised I am. There is a great aftertaste without that sticky or dirty feeling on the teeth after candy made with real sugar. And I don't feel like crap after eating it.

There is a review that says the packaging is misleading - this person doesn't know what they're talking about. The chocolate is sweetened with moltitol - a natural sugar alcohol like xylitol and erythritol. The body does not process it like sugar. The packaging states how sugar alcohols are calculated in terms of sugar and carb content. I guess it's easy to feel mislead when you don't even understand the science.

PS I am able to find these for $3/bar at Trader Joes.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By M. Standish on August 14, 2013
I am exceedingly particular when it comes to the taste, texture and after notes of chocolate. It is one of my few indulgences.

When I taste test a chocolate that is new to me, I will know within one bite and roughly five seconds whether or not I will ever take another bite. When I purchased this bar, I knew absolutely nothing about it. I had never heard of the manufacturer, Simply Natural Foods, LLC., Commack NY. The bar was a bit on the spendy side, and my finances are perpetually on the lean side.

I decided to give it a try since I am a diabetic, and "NO SUGAR ADDED" chocolate is not all that common (NOT to be confused with "SUGAR-FREE"). Maltitol is the primary "sweetner". It is in fact the first listed ingredient. There is a small amount of sugar (lactose) per serving (2g). Maltitol can cause a laxative effect in sensitive people. I am fortunately not one of those people, but then I also do not eat a lot of chocolate at one time. I savor it, as fine chocolate should be in my opinion.

This chocolate is the best "no sugar added" chocolate I have tasted to date! It has just the right amount of brittleness. It is smooth and melts quite nicely on the tongue and against the roof of the mouth. It has a mellow but well-defined chocolate essence, with no odd after-taste. I detected no strong notes of any particular type (woods, spices, etc.). Just a mild, relatively natural and straight-forward presence of quality cocoa. The taste lingers well after the chocolate is gone.

I will be purchasing more of these 3 oz bars right away. Fortunately, the expiration date is superb -- November 30, 2014, so I can stock up without fear of it going bad any time soon whatsoever.

Thanks, and sorry for being so longwinded.

GM
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Dreasaurus on March 17, 2012
Let me first explain that I get mine at Trader Joe's so this review is solely for the quality of the chocolate itself. My first bar was an impulse purchase based solely on curiousity & skepticism. I mean how could a No Sugar Added Chocolate Bar possibly taste good?
I think the secret is that it's not mass produced overly processed and loaded with synthetic sugars.

This chocolate bar is not going to satisfy or impress you if you are looking for designer chocolates. It is not a truffle, there is no ganache in the center & it doesn't have any sea salt, bacon, or chili peppers in it, but if you're looking for a good quality chocolate to indulge in with less sugar then this is a fantastic option. I was hoping for a "creamier than dark but less sweet than milk" chocolate without the fake "chocolate flavored" element you get from those Skinny Cow & Russel Stover sugar free chocolate flavored candies.

The malted-ness described by another reviewer is probably due to the milk powder used, but as a person who hates whoppers & other malted milk products I don't notice this at all. The consistency is a bit drier than regular milk chocolate. When you take a bite it breaks/crumbles apart & then slowly melts into creamy smooth deliciousness as you chew, but I wouldn't call it "chalky" by any means. If you're on the fence it is definitely worth trying!
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By K. Cone on March 29, 2011
My sister sent me a bar of this for for birthday, just as something new to try. I don't have any issues with sugar, and I think she purchased this thinking it was a "healthy" alternative to chocolate. Here's the ingredient list on amazon: Isomalt, citric acid, coconut oil; natural and artificial flavors, malic acid, acesulfame potassium, salt, red 40, yellow, 5, yellow 6, blue 1.

Now, here's the list on my 3.5oz. wrapper: Maltitol, Cocoa butter, whole milk powder, cocoa mass, inulin (natural vegetable fiber), soy lecithin, natural vanilla.

I don't understand why there's a huge difference in the ingredients lists. My bar is 0.5 oz. bigger but everything else is the same. There is also a warning on the label that excess consumption may have a laxative effect. The sugar alcohol (isomalt or maltitol) as well as the inulin cause gastro-intestinal distress and bloating for a lot of people. Inulin can be found in yogurts, high-fiber food bars, and in way too many other foods, in my opinion. Chickory root is often used as a ingredient in higher-fiber fake-foods for its inulin content from what I understand.

The taste: I guess if I were a diabetic, this would be a real alternative to regular chocolate. But it has a weird malty taste to it and the texture is not like real chocolate. I think it's chalkier and drier, if anything. Not a horrible alternative, but I won't be buying any for myself.
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