I purchased some Klondike No Sugar Added bars this past weekend. I usually try to avoid products with such a label because it means very little. It can be full of carbs, which, if unused, will turn into sugar. It can also mean that no additional sugar was added but other fructoses were added to compensate for the missing sugar. However, after carefully reading the Klondike bar's label, I was satisfied enough to take them home and give them a whirl.
The candy coating taste has not changed. It retains that distinctive Klondike taste. As for the ice cream contained within that yummy chocolate, it has that diet taste to it. To me, it's just a tiny reminder of why I'm limited to some food items especially when it comes to my old ice cream addiction.
Klondike has great flavors but oddly, the no sugar added one is missing from its site. But, wtf, a rocky road one?!
I also added these: Skinny Cow No Sugar Added Vanilla ice cream sandwiches. With 4g of fiber, I just couldn't pass these up. They are yummy, filling and exactly what one needs when you need a little something after dinner.
Being a diabetic will always have me on my toes. I love food too much to think of it as my enemy and one should never think of food as such. However, everyone is different. What works for me may not work for others. But, researching, testing and making yourself available to new things is a great start.