Imagine satisfying that chocolate craving but not having to worry about calorie count. Ian Goldfarb thinks he has come out with the zero-calorie answer for when that Nutella pang hits: Chocolate Cravings. Goldfarb has invented chocolate-flavored, zero-calorie strips similar to the once-popular Listerine strips, except these are designed to fit expanding waistlines instead of bad breath. Goldfarb had created a Kickstarter for his idea, but it fell short, raising only 1/8th of the $40,000 goal.
Still, Goldfarb is not giving up yet, and believes that his sugarless, calorie-less invention will make a difference in the lives and diets of everyday people. He said that he will be seeking investors to make his chocolate dreams a reality. If the strips do hit the market, then Goldfarb said that he would consider making other flavors, like French fries or pizza.
Joanna Fantozzi is an Associate Editor with The Daily Meal. Follow her on Twitter @JoannaFantozzi