I prefer organic milk and organic products all the way around. We eat as much organic as possible. I like to go to Trader Joe's because they have great prices, their organic stuff is much cheaper than regular grocery stores. But right now $6 or more for a gallon of milk doesn't fit in out budget so we just make sure the milk comes from hormone free cows. We use whole milk because we don't want multile kinds in our refrigerator at once. It's only 3% milkfat and since I only use it in my cereal or for the occasional glass of chocolate milk I'm not overly concerned about the fat.I hear you on the cravings! That's all I want too. Since I haven't been gaining weight with this pregnancy (not because I'm trying, I eat all the time!) I haven't been too concerned with what I eat, but it's mostly healthy. Fruit is great for curbing cravings. I like to have yogurt with some fruit and granola, graham crackers with peanut butter or Nutella and sliced apples or pears on top. But, I found that giving in to the cravings a little helped stop them. If I walked by Cinnabon I knew I'd think about cinnamon rolls nonstop until I had one, so I'd just go ahead and have one. And then the cravings was gone. Or I'd have a little bit of chocolate and could save the rest of the package in the pantry for next time. Sometimes during pregnancy substitution just makes it worse. So if you can handle sweets in moderation I say go for it. But if you're positive you'd eat a whole pan of brownies, try some healthier options first. You can try organic kids snacks, they're low in calories and sugar and most are pretty yummy. Earth's Best, Annie's, and Revolution Foods make good graham snacks in a variety of flavors (even chocolate) and Late July and Newman's Own are good too. I also like Luna Protein bars in cookie dough. They're organic, have about 12 grams of protein per bar and they taste more like a candy bar than a protein bar.