, these are technically not on plan because they include such a high amount of saturated fat. Furthermore, they include a lot of unpronounceable ingredients, which goes against the general tenor of this WOE (Way of Eating)--we try to avoid processed foods.
That said, you technically can have these in Phase 1, though you have to limit your calories from "sweet treats" (best described as non-nutritive sweets that are sweetened with sugar alcohols) to 75-100 calories per day, both because too much of them causes terrible side effects and because they can cause cravings. In addition, many sugar-free chocolates are made with malitol. Some of us (me included) have found that malitol, in particular, causes cravings. So I'd avoid it in Phase 1 until you know how it affects you.
An option for sugar-free chocolate that doesn't have as many odd ingredients and has no sugar alcohols is CarbSmart
(used to be Eat Well, Be Well). You can get chocolate chips, though I don't know if they still make chocolate bars.
In the meantime, some options are: NSA Fudgesicles, Kara's Fabulous Beany Brownies!
, Chocolate Breeze Cups
(with the SF choc. syrup, these would have a ton of unpronounceable ingredients, but if you go with the option in brackets, they're fine), Chocolate Milkshake
, Warm Chocolate Cakes with Coffee Creme Anglaise
, Chocolate Meringue Kisses
, Chocolate Shake
, or Decadent Fudge Brownies
For more ideas, check out the Desserts - Phase 1 recipe forum