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Old 12-30-2007, 12:50 PM   #1
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Has anyone tried these yet? I'm in with Vanilla Hazelnut. Caffeine free and
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I have eggnoggin" from Bigelow teas. Yummy.
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I don't know if it's technically a dessert tea, but I love cinnamon apple spice! I add a drop of stevia and serve it with a couple of ginger snaps (25 cals each) for dunking. It's such a warm and cozy winter evening treat.
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Thank you so much for bringing these up! I have never tried them, but I was just earlier today wondering if I could think of some kind of hot drink that WOULDN'T throw me totally off-plan. I'm a mocha/hot chocolate addict, and it's as much the warm sipping beverage thing as it is the actual flavor, so I think these teas might satisfy my need for something hot to sip on without being hugely outside my calorie budget.

Has anyone tried the candy cane holiday one or the english toffee dessert one?
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HHmmm I will have to run out and buy some!
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I have not tried the Candy Cane vanilla or English toffee, but they sound great.

I have the Vanilla Chai and the Eggnoggin from Bigelow, yum
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For a cocoa that tastes pretty good and doesn't blow my calories for the day, I like Nestle Carb Select Fat Free. 25 calories a serving! They have one with little tiny marshmallows as well..I think it's more like 35 calories.
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