Blake Lively Skipped Met Gala Afterparties to Eat Hot Chocolate Sundaes

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For Blake Lively, indulging in a sweet treat was way more important than partying the night away after the MET Ball.

The former Gossip Girl star who looked stunning at the major fashion event, skipped the after parties with her hubby Ryan Reynolds and headed to a famed New York City dessert bar instead. "I ate hot fudge sundaes," Blake told Extra about her plans post-gala. "That's what I look forward to, because you're just in a corseted gown all night. Just give me a hot fudge sundae. I went to Serendipity. Frozen hot chocolate, extra peanut butter sauce on the side. I closed that place down!"

To satisfy her sweet tooth, Blake ordered up a peanut butter frozen hot chocolate with extra peanut butter on the side. And she's made it no secret that she loves sweets, telling French Vogue back in November that she eats chocolate every day. Of course, she doesn't chow down on just sweets every day of the week.

As for how she indulges and stays fit, the foodie and budding chef said, "I like to cook so I use a lot of fresh ingredients. It's easier to be healthy when you're eating things that are fresh."

"I've said before, 'Oh I hate the gym, and I eat chocolate,' but the part that they don't print - they make me look like a jerk!-is that I hate the gym so I find other ways to be active," the actress continued. "I dance, I ride bicycles, I hike. I go out and exercise in nature. I find ways to be physical where you're also having an experience because I'm very experience-oriented."

Someone else who could've used a nice sweet treat after the Met ball...Solange Knowles.
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