Figured I’d be sick of chocolate by now. Yet as soon as I eat one, I end up eating many. Each day is easier than the last, rather than harder. I skip lunch, and dinner is much smaller than usual. Instead I snack steadily throughout the day and evening.
Today was a big day in the pool, with a friend and her three young boys coming to play with a very excited (and now very tired) puppy called Bella. The BBQ smoke wafting over the pool smelled incredible. Yet I stayed strong, forsaking chicken kebabs and pineapple rings for gluten-free chocolate mud cake.
By dinner time, the moral high horse had brought me to a special place called Dessertapoolza. Rather than risk being too full again, I skipped the main course and went right to dessert. Behold my creation, ripped straight from an alternative reality where its the children, not the parents, who say what’s for dinner.
Daily Kilojoules, Day 4
|Target||Consumed||% of Daily Target Consumed|
Food Diary, Day 4
|Breakfast||GF choc fudge brownie; Chocolate milk; Mocha; Freddo Frog; Caramello Koala; fun-size Salted Caramel, Snickers, Boost.|
|Lunch||Tim Tam; M&Ms; fun-sized Mars Bar, Snickers, Caramello Koala|
|Snacks||GF Choc Fudge Brownie (3); Dream white chocolate (1 row); Caramello Koala; fun-size Snickers(2), Flake.|
|Dinner||Gluten-free Choc Fudge Brownie; Chocolate milk; M&Ms; fun-sized Flake, Picnic, Boost.|
Step into the world of film on Day 5 as The Chocolate-Only Diet’s first clip shows two things: how to make chocolate-infused vodka, and that acting is surprisingly hard.