For some of you, dessert may not even be a daily thing, much less a twice-a-day habit. But for others (including a few of us), a meal isn't complete without a little taste of sweet. We think the hankering for something sweet is a biological thing; at the very least, it's ingrained in us early in life. Every once in a while, fruit will do the trick for us. But more often than not, we need a cookie or a piece of chocolate. The problem is stopping at one.
If you do eat dessert at lunch, what are your favorites? Do you go all out (leftover cake!) or try to stick to things that aren't too sugary?