Sweets to the Not-So-Sweet

I gotta say, in addition to the banana pudding disaster, one of the struggles of this first two weeks is that I don’t have a sweet tooth, and man a lot of these foods are super sweet.  Three in particular have been tough on me, as I truly don’t like sweet things like this.  However, if you’re going to do Ideal Protein, and you do love sweets, these will probably knock your socks off!

Caramel Crunch BarFirst up, the Caramel Crunch Bar.  This bad boy is suuuuper sweet.  Like hard caramel over a dense rice crispy treat.  Took everything I had to get this down, and I think it gave me a cavity.  Way too sweet for me.


Next up, the cookie dough bar.   This this is literally like eating raw cookie dough, which I don’t enjoy at all.
There are crunchy bits inside, kind of like crumbled oreo texture.  It hurt my teeth, it was so sweet.cookie dough

Lastly, the double chocolate brownie.  Now, this bad boy was actually tasty.  Now and again, I do like a brownie,a nd this one is no joke!  Chocolate chips inside this softy, chewy gem was a great way to start the day today.  It was a bit to big for me,
but I’m guessing chocolate lovers will be snagging this box each week.  I enjoyed this, but wouldn’t want one more than once a week.

So, this not-so-sweet-toothed girl has been over sugared this week.  But you sugar babies out there, if you want to eat sweets on a diet, this diet is for you!


3 thoughts on “Sweets to the Not-So-Sweet

  1. I’ve been on this for 37 days and I usually love sweets! I can’t eat most of those really sweet products because they contain gluten! The miracle of it is that I don’t want sweets! Hang in there and stick to the more savory choices!


    • M says:

      Thank you for the comments and the support! And congrats on the 37 days! How much have you lost? I have my weekly appointment on Thursdays at 3:30pm, but I started a week ago on a Monday. So, my frist check in was only 4 days later. So today is the checkin for the first full week, and I had a slip up, so I’m nervous. But it’s nice to know there are others out there on the journey! Keep up the good work!


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