Once a while I'll go nuts for some dark chocolate, and lately I've been making a sandwhich out of this stuff right here:
almond milk unsweetened, no sugar added organic Cacao powder, vanilla bean, sea salt, some coconut oil & stevia, paleo-ish hot chocolate when I'm craving something sweet & chocolaty :)
I'm happy to say that I prefer less SAD chit as opposed to more natural desserts nowadays. The more I cut out sugars and carbs during the week, the less I crave high sugar sweets and candy. Subtly sweet desserts are a hell of a lot more satisfying now! I melted two pieces of Baker's Unsweetened chocolate over a cut up banana in the microwave; the dish was delicious. I also made a crustless pumpkin pie with canned pumpkin, coconut milk and eggs and it was so good. I added maybe half a tablespoon of honey and it was more than enough to sweeten the mixture up.
Lindt 90% dark chocolate on its own
Chocolate mousse, made from Lindt 70%, Jersey double cream (from Waitrose, is grass-fed), free-range egg-yolk and egg-white (beaten to a snow and folded into the rest)
That Artisana stuff looks gorgeous, I shall try it with the 90%
I like dark, dark chocolate dipped in some kind of nut butter. Not only is it a tasty treat, but it is ridiculously filling so I don't have to worry about going crazy with it. A few squares is plenty.
My favorite is the occasional fruit salad I've mentioned in some other threads: 1 date, 1 fig, 5-6 fresh cranberries plus a banana or ripe pear. Dribble with lemon juice, sprinkle with cinnamon and stir. Yummy!
Hachez 88% Premier Cru - the whole 100 gram bar (3.5 oz) has 8 grams of sugar - no fake sweeteners, and no dairy (though is processed in a factory that has dairy so they do have a disclaimer about it). It is so amazing and just not sweet, but satiating! Just a few pieces does the trick when I need it!