Most Dark Chocolates that have 80% or high Cacao are allowed, since they are typical low in carbohydrates and have 5 grams or less of sugar. Dark Chocolate is also allowed on the Fast Track also, just make it a half serving size.
Some of these bars listed here are hard to find, see my previous Dark Chocolate reviews (Part 1 and Part 2) to get a complete picture of the chocolate you could be eating! In the past year I have reviewed over a dozen different chocolate bars, and yet, there are still more! A few of these are a little higher in sugar, so adjust the serving size so you don't go over 5grams for this snack. My favorite of all the Dark Chocolates is Ghirardelli 86% Midnight Reverie, which I review in Part 1. It is the easiest to find (Thank you Target and Lucky's grocery) and I can usually get it 2 for $5.
Valrhona Noir Extra Amer 85% - This is a wonderful dark chocolate bar that is now available at Trader Joes for $2.99. It has a very dark taste and very little sweetness to it. If you are just getting used to dark chocolates, this may be a little too bitter. If you are a conessour, you will love it!It has 5grams sugar/15grams carbs for an an S/C Value of 5/1 with 6 grams of fiber.
Alter Eco Dark Blackout 85%- My Sister M bought this for me and it is really good! We even shared it with other sister, who is not on a low sugar diet, and she liked it too. It is very smooth and creamy. She couldn't remember where she bought it, but eventually found it at Whole Foods. If is 6 grams sugar/14grams carbs for an S/C Value of 6/1 with 5 grams of fiber.
Madecasse 80% Cocoa - The Husband put these bars from Madagascar in my Christmas stocking, says he found them at a food fair at work. These aren't my favorite, but the Husband really likes them. There was a taste that I didn't recognize in it, even though it simply cocoa, sugar, cocoa butter. I love this company, though. They have a great story and Fair Trade product. 7 grams sugar/15 carbs S/C Value: 7/1 for half the bar. It claims 1 gram of fiber.
Organic Panama Extra Dark Chocolate - This 80% fairly traded chocolate from Equal Exchange has to be one of my new favorites! It is really smooth and doesn't have any after tastes. I found mine at Whole Foods. It has 7 grams sugar/15 grams carbs for an S/C Value of 7/2 for 1/3 of the bar.
Dove Sugar Free - These taste much sweeter than the other bars because it is sweetened with the sugar alcohol Maltitol. Long time readers of my blog will know that Maltitol causes an upset stomach in many, including myself. So this is not a favorite. But it is a good transition into the real deal dark chocolates as you lose the taste for sugar. I found these at Walmart.
I would love to hear which is your favorite Dark Chocolate bar on the Belly Fat Cure or any other low sugar plan!