Calorie-Free Cuisine

I had some questions come up after last week’s post. “Vacation food is calorie-free?” some of you asked. “What are other calorie-free options?”

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Full disclosure, I am not a licensed dietician. But I have found that it is beneficial for mind, body and spirit if sometimes you just assume a certain dish is just meant to be enjoyed and not tracked in an app somewhere.

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So although calorie-free options vary by person and circumstance, one recipe that guarantees you don’t need to fret about calories is a Dark Chocolate Almond Bar w/Sea Salt.

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I think it’s something in the sea salt that cancels out the sugar in the chocolate? Again, not a licensed dietician, but I am pretty talented at justifying things.

DARK CHOCOLATE ALMOND BAR WITH SEA SALT

Ingredients:
  • 1 dark chocolate almond bar w/sea salt
  • Parsley for garnish (optional, but classy)
Directions:

1) Procure chocolate bar

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2) Open chocolate bar

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3) Sing “I’ve got a golden ticket” from the 1972 Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory movie, then chuckle at your originality

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4) Eat chocolate bar

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(If you are wondering what to do with leftovers, don’t. If there are leftovers, you’re doing it wrong).

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13 thoughts on “Calorie-Free Cuisine

    • I’m glad you found me! And no worries, one of the rules of calorie-free cuisine is that it’s retroactive: if you remember something you ate before reading the post, it totally turns into negative calories once deemed so :)

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