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Date Night Desserts with Turkey Hill All Natural Gelato Slideshow

Date Night Desserts with Turkey Hill All Natural Gelato Slideshow


All gelato related desserts

All gelato related desserts from Turkey Hill

Looking for the perfect dessert for two to celebrate a great date night?

Gelato & Shortcake

A simple shortcake can be made with premade shortcake shells. Fill the shells with fresh strawberry slices and top with Turkey Hill All Natural Chocolate Chocolate Chip gelato. Next, make a strawberry purée with fresh berries and a little sugar. Purée until smooth and pour over the gelato. The all-natural flavors of chocolate and strawberry are a classic pair that is sure to wow.

Gelato Sampler & Sundae Bar

A DIY dessert bar is a great way to do dessert easy. Put out a few flavors of Turkey Hill All Natural Gelato and accompanying add-ons. Purely Vanilla is a must for flavor layering and Peach Mango is great for that fruity feel. Choose two other flavors so your gelato sampler section is rounded with flavors. Next, use a caddy, cupcake liners, or small bowls to display toppings like nuts, fresh fruit, toffee, cookie crumbs, candies, fresh whipped cream, and sprinkles. Use oversized festive bowls or edible cups to stack it all in.

Gelato Wafflewich

You’ve heard of burger sliders. This is the same idea, but with waffles and gelato. Make a super simple cinnamon sugar waffle bite by cooking refrigerated flaky biscuit dough on a waffle iron. Let the dough cook for three minutes, then brush the cooked biscuit waffle with butter. Roll the buttered waffle bite in a combo of sugar and cinnamon or sprinkle the cinnamon sugar on top of each bite. Sandwich Turkey Hill All Natural Purely Vanilla between two bites and serve.

Gelato Truffles

A frozen truffle is the ultimate in bite-sized indulgence. Create a chocolate ganache sauce by mixing a cup of heated heavy cream with 1 cup of dark chocolate morsels. Mix until they combine to form a creamy ganache. Next, scoop mini balls of Turkey Hill All Natural Sea Salted Caramel gelato out and onto a sheet of wax paper. Be sure to use gelato that is as cold as possible. Drop a spoonful of ganache over each gelato ball and gently roll each ball to coat. Let the truffles set in the freezer until ready to eat. The saltiness of the dark chocolate mixes perfectly with the sea salted truffles used in the All Natural Gelato.

Gelato Shake

Turkey Hill All Natural Gelato is super creamy, so it is ideal for making a shake. For a 16 oz. drink, just combine 10 oz. of gelato with 4 oz. of juice, coffee, espresso, or any other liquid of your choice. Coffee is a natural choice for coffee chip. Cream or milk would be delicious with Hazelnut or Chocolate Peanut Butter. If you want to create a spiked cocktail-like shake, add in a few pours of hazelnut, chocolate, or Irish cream liqueur.


14 Healthy Ice Creams That Will Totally Rock Your Dessert World

Healthy ice cream kinda seems like an oxymoron, right? Well, it's 2o19, baby, and the world of healthy (yup!) ice creams is straight-up flourishing.

But how do you pick a healthy ice cream that actually tastes. good?

First things first: look at the ingredient list. The shorter, the better and, major key, the ingredients should be recognizable, says Michal Hertz, RD, a dietitian in New York City. "Also watch out for sugar alcohols such as sorbitol and erythritol, which help lower the number of calories but can also cause GI distress and discomfort. Try to stick to ice creams that have no more than five grams of sugar alcohols per serving."

Other pointers? Steer clear of low-fat labels, which amp up sugar to make up for lost taste, additives such as cellulose gum and carrageenan that can also cause GI problems, and any artificial colors because, gross.

If that sounds like a lot to keep in mind during your next grocery shop (in addition to simply remembering your list!), you're in luck. Here are 14 nutritionist-approved healthy ice creams to help you pick the right pint:

Halo Top's made a name for itself as a bona fide fan favorite&mdashlargely because it's a low-cal, high protein healthy ice cream option that still tastes delish. Go for flavors like Mint Chip or Pistachio, which have a more minimal ingredient list.

Oh! And it's not made of gold&mdashthat high price is for a pack of eight.

Per serving: 80 calories, 3 g fat (1.5 g saturated), 14 g carbs, 6 g sugar, 3 g fiber, 5 g protein.

This organic, non-dairy chocolate ice cream has only eight grams of sugar per serving and six grabs of fiber, which is more than a medium apple, says Sydney Greene, RD, a dietitian in New York City. Mind. Blown.

Per serving: 120 calories, 7 g fat (6 g saturated), 20 g carbs, 8 g sugar, 6 g fiber, 1 g protein

A toasted marshmallow base with graham crackers mixed in, this creamy concoction will make your sweet tooth sing. Another winning characteristic? It's creamier than lots of other healthy ice creams. FYI&mdashthis price is for a pack of four.

Per serving: 100 calories, 2.5 g fat (1 g saturated), 22 g carbs, 5 g sugar, 5 g fiber, 6 g protein.

This new guy on the ice cream block uses ultra-filtered milk, which basically rids the milk of sugar and water to leave you with a more protein-packed product, explains Hertz. Plus, it makes portion control a breeze thanks to two different size options: a half-pint or a bar.

Per serving: 100 calories, 3.5 g fat (2 g saturated), 18 g carbs, 9 g sugar, 5 g fiber, 6 g protein

"Coconut milk ice creams may have higher fat content than regular ice cream but they have a type of fat that's been shown to raise good HDL cholesterol," says Hertz. Her fave? This all-natural number, especially in Cherry Amaretto flavor.

Per serving: 260 calories, 19 g fat (17 g saturated), 20 g carbs, 17 g sugar, 1 g fiber, 2 g protein

The brand (known for its decadent gelato and sorbet) just got even better with its new low-cal, low-sugar line. Same great flavors and same great taste, sans some of the yuck. Opt for Chocolate Fudge Swirl, which has the shortest ingredient list and most natural ingredients out of all the flavors, per Hertz.

Per serving: 160 calories, 8 g fat (4.5 g saturated), 32 g carbs, 13 g sugar, 8 g fiber, 5 g protein

"Modern farming systems aren't on our side when it comes to health, so having an organic ice cream option like this one ensures there are no GMOs, pesticides, hormones, or antibiotics in your pint," says Greene. While it started as a small shop in Brooklyn, NY, Blue Marble now ships its delicious treats nationwide&mdashall while still churning out that genuine ice cream texture and flavor.

Per serving: 220 calories, 14 g fat (9 g saturated), 20 g carbs, 20 g sugar, 0 g fiber, 4 g protein

If it&rsquos got coffee in it, it&rsquos got to be good. And this remains true for these 100 cal Yasso bars. Made with Greek yogurt as a base, they&rsquore naturally higher in protein and lower in fat, explains Hertz. Shout out to the chocolate chips for making that sweet buzz even better by mixing up the texture.

Per serving: 100 calories, 2 g fat (1.5 g saturated), 16 g carbs, 13 g sugar, 0 g fiber, 5 g protein

No sugar alcohols here! This non-GMO healthy ice cream brand only uses real ingredients (milk, cream, sugar), while still delivering lower-cal products that are absolutely yum.

Per serving: 45 calories, .5 g fat (0 g saturated), 9 g carbs, 5 g sugar, 4 g fiber, 1 g protein

These healthy ice cream bars are paleo in that they have no dairy or gluten. Each pop is free of cane or refined sugars, artificial flavorings, or chemical food dyes, says Greene. So, if you&rsquore craving a frozen treat and a vacay, every lick is a mini trip to the Caribbean.

Per serving: 120 calories, 7 g fat (7 g saturated), 12 g carbs, 11 g sugar, 1 g fiber, 1 g protein

From avo toast to avo frosting, you can add the supreme green to just about everything&mdashincluding ice cream&mdashand it will taste divine. Enter: this refreshing lemon creation from Cado, a dairy-free, avocado-based frozen dessert company. Money might not grow on trees, but ice cream now does.

Per serving: 170 calories, 12 g fat (1.5 g saturated), 18 g carbs, 13 g sugar, 1 g fiber, 1 g protein

Like that Klondike sandwich from childhood (mmmm, memories), but with nearly 10 fewer grams of sugar and at only 100 calories, it's an adult-approved dream. Even better? "It's soy-free! Which is a plus since soy, in this case, is usually heavily processed vs. when it's in it's natural state like edamame," says Green.

Per serving: 100 calories, 4 g fat (3 g saturated), 14 g carbs, 7 g sugar, 0 g fiber, 1 g protein

If you tried this low-cal option with your eyes closed, odds are you&rsquod think it was OG Ben & Jerry&rsquos. It tastes just like &ldquoreal&rdquo ice cream but with 70 percent less fat and 35 percent fewer cals. While its a bit higher in sugar than the other healthy options, its free of sugar alcohols or substitutes, proving once again that Ben and BFF Jerry know what&rsquos up.

Per serving: 150 calories, 5 g fat (2.5 g saturated), 25 g carbs, 16 g sugar, 1 g fiber, 4 g protein

Naturally fat-free and made of just fruit, water, and cane sugar (yup, that's it!), these pops are definitely one of the healthier options when craving a frozen sweet. But be careful! They're fairly high in sugar.

Per serving: 60 calories, 0 g fat (0 g saturated), 25 g carbs, 15 g sugar, 1 g fiber, 0 g protein


14 Healthy Ice Creams That Will Totally Rock Your Dessert World

Healthy ice cream kinda seems like an oxymoron, right? Well, it's 2o19, baby, and the world of healthy (yup!) ice creams is straight-up flourishing.

But how do you pick a healthy ice cream that actually tastes. good?

First things first: look at the ingredient list. The shorter, the better and, major key, the ingredients should be recognizable, says Michal Hertz, RD, a dietitian in New York City. "Also watch out for sugar alcohols such as sorbitol and erythritol, which help lower the number of calories but can also cause GI distress and discomfort. Try to stick to ice creams that have no more than five grams of sugar alcohols per serving."

Other pointers? Steer clear of low-fat labels, which amp up sugar to make up for lost taste, additives such as cellulose gum and carrageenan that can also cause GI problems, and any artificial colors because, gross.

If that sounds like a lot to keep in mind during your next grocery shop (in addition to simply remembering your list!), you're in luck. Here are 14 nutritionist-approved healthy ice creams to help you pick the right pint:

Halo Top's made a name for itself as a bona fide fan favorite&mdashlargely because it's a low-cal, high protein healthy ice cream option that still tastes delish. Go for flavors like Mint Chip or Pistachio, which have a more minimal ingredient list.

Oh! And it's not made of gold&mdashthat high price is for a pack of eight.

Per serving: 80 calories, 3 g fat (1.5 g saturated), 14 g carbs, 6 g sugar, 3 g fiber, 5 g protein.

This organic, non-dairy chocolate ice cream has only eight grams of sugar per serving and six grabs of fiber, which is more than a medium apple, says Sydney Greene, RD, a dietitian in New York City. Mind. Blown.

Per serving: 120 calories, 7 g fat (6 g saturated), 20 g carbs, 8 g sugar, 6 g fiber, 1 g protein

A toasted marshmallow base with graham crackers mixed in, this creamy concoction will make your sweet tooth sing. Another winning characteristic? It's creamier than lots of other healthy ice creams. FYI&mdashthis price is for a pack of four.

Per serving: 100 calories, 2.5 g fat (1 g saturated), 22 g carbs, 5 g sugar, 5 g fiber, 6 g protein.

This new guy on the ice cream block uses ultra-filtered milk, which basically rids the milk of sugar and water to leave you with a more protein-packed product, explains Hertz. Plus, it makes portion control a breeze thanks to two different size options: a half-pint or a bar.

Per serving: 100 calories, 3.5 g fat (2 g saturated), 18 g carbs, 9 g sugar, 5 g fiber, 6 g protein

"Coconut milk ice creams may have higher fat content than regular ice cream but they have a type of fat that's been shown to raise good HDL cholesterol," says Hertz. Her fave? This all-natural number, especially in Cherry Amaretto flavor.

Per serving: 260 calories, 19 g fat (17 g saturated), 20 g carbs, 17 g sugar, 1 g fiber, 2 g protein

The brand (known for its decadent gelato and sorbet) just got even better with its new low-cal, low-sugar line. Same great flavors and same great taste, sans some of the yuck. Opt for Chocolate Fudge Swirl, which has the shortest ingredient list and most natural ingredients out of all the flavors, per Hertz.

Per serving: 160 calories, 8 g fat (4.5 g saturated), 32 g carbs, 13 g sugar, 8 g fiber, 5 g protein

"Modern farming systems aren't on our side when it comes to health, so having an organic ice cream option like this one ensures there are no GMOs, pesticides, hormones, or antibiotics in your pint," says Greene. While it started as a small shop in Brooklyn, NY, Blue Marble now ships its delicious treats nationwide&mdashall while still churning out that genuine ice cream texture and flavor.

Per serving: 220 calories, 14 g fat (9 g saturated), 20 g carbs, 20 g sugar, 0 g fiber, 4 g protein

If it&rsquos got coffee in it, it&rsquos got to be good. And this remains true for these 100 cal Yasso bars. Made with Greek yogurt as a base, they&rsquore naturally higher in protein and lower in fat, explains Hertz. Shout out to the chocolate chips for making that sweet buzz even better by mixing up the texture.

Per serving: 100 calories, 2 g fat (1.5 g saturated), 16 g carbs, 13 g sugar, 0 g fiber, 5 g protein

No sugar alcohols here! This non-GMO healthy ice cream brand only uses real ingredients (milk, cream, sugar), while still delivering lower-cal products that are absolutely yum.

Per serving: 45 calories, .5 g fat (0 g saturated), 9 g carbs, 5 g sugar, 4 g fiber, 1 g protein

These healthy ice cream bars are paleo in that they have no dairy or gluten. Each pop is free of cane or refined sugars, artificial flavorings, or chemical food dyes, says Greene. So, if you&rsquore craving a frozen treat and a vacay, every lick is a mini trip to the Caribbean.

Per serving: 120 calories, 7 g fat (7 g saturated), 12 g carbs, 11 g sugar, 1 g fiber, 1 g protein

From avo toast to avo frosting, you can add the supreme green to just about everything&mdashincluding ice cream&mdashand it will taste divine. Enter: this refreshing lemon creation from Cado, a dairy-free, avocado-based frozen dessert company. Money might not grow on trees, but ice cream now does.

Per serving: 170 calories, 12 g fat (1.5 g saturated), 18 g carbs, 13 g sugar, 1 g fiber, 1 g protein

Like that Klondike sandwich from childhood (mmmm, memories), but with nearly 10 fewer grams of sugar and at only 100 calories, it's an adult-approved dream. Even better? "It's soy-free! Which is a plus since soy, in this case, is usually heavily processed vs. when it's in it's natural state like edamame," says Green.

Per serving: 100 calories, 4 g fat (3 g saturated), 14 g carbs, 7 g sugar, 0 g fiber, 1 g protein

If you tried this low-cal option with your eyes closed, odds are you&rsquod think it was OG Ben & Jerry&rsquos. It tastes just like &ldquoreal&rdquo ice cream but with 70 percent less fat and 35 percent fewer cals. While its a bit higher in sugar than the other healthy options, its free of sugar alcohols or substitutes, proving once again that Ben and BFF Jerry know what&rsquos up.

Per serving: 150 calories, 5 g fat (2.5 g saturated), 25 g carbs, 16 g sugar, 1 g fiber, 4 g protein

Naturally fat-free and made of just fruit, water, and cane sugar (yup, that's it!), these pops are definitely one of the healthier options when craving a frozen sweet. But be careful! They're fairly high in sugar.

Per serving: 60 calories, 0 g fat (0 g saturated), 25 g carbs, 15 g sugar, 1 g fiber, 0 g protein


14 Healthy Ice Creams That Will Totally Rock Your Dessert World

Healthy ice cream kinda seems like an oxymoron, right? Well, it's 2o19, baby, and the world of healthy (yup!) ice creams is straight-up flourishing.

But how do you pick a healthy ice cream that actually tastes. good?

First things first: look at the ingredient list. The shorter, the better and, major key, the ingredients should be recognizable, says Michal Hertz, RD, a dietitian in New York City. "Also watch out for sugar alcohols such as sorbitol and erythritol, which help lower the number of calories but can also cause GI distress and discomfort. Try to stick to ice creams that have no more than five grams of sugar alcohols per serving."

Other pointers? Steer clear of low-fat labels, which amp up sugar to make up for lost taste, additives such as cellulose gum and carrageenan that can also cause GI problems, and any artificial colors because, gross.

If that sounds like a lot to keep in mind during your next grocery shop (in addition to simply remembering your list!), you're in luck. Here are 14 nutritionist-approved healthy ice creams to help you pick the right pint:

Halo Top's made a name for itself as a bona fide fan favorite&mdashlargely because it's a low-cal, high protein healthy ice cream option that still tastes delish. Go for flavors like Mint Chip or Pistachio, which have a more minimal ingredient list.

Oh! And it's not made of gold&mdashthat high price is for a pack of eight.

Per serving: 80 calories, 3 g fat (1.5 g saturated), 14 g carbs, 6 g sugar, 3 g fiber, 5 g protein.

This organic, non-dairy chocolate ice cream has only eight grams of sugar per serving and six grabs of fiber, which is more than a medium apple, says Sydney Greene, RD, a dietitian in New York City. Mind. Blown.

Per serving: 120 calories, 7 g fat (6 g saturated), 20 g carbs, 8 g sugar, 6 g fiber, 1 g protein

A toasted marshmallow base with graham crackers mixed in, this creamy concoction will make your sweet tooth sing. Another winning characteristic? It's creamier than lots of other healthy ice creams. FYI&mdashthis price is for a pack of four.

Per serving: 100 calories, 2.5 g fat (1 g saturated), 22 g carbs, 5 g sugar, 5 g fiber, 6 g protein.

This new guy on the ice cream block uses ultra-filtered milk, which basically rids the milk of sugar and water to leave you with a more protein-packed product, explains Hertz. Plus, it makes portion control a breeze thanks to two different size options: a half-pint or a bar.

Per serving: 100 calories, 3.5 g fat (2 g saturated), 18 g carbs, 9 g sugar, 5 g fiber, 6 g protein

"Coconut milk ice creams may have higher fat content than regular ice cream but they have a type of fat that's been shown to raise good HDL cholesterol," says Hertz. Her fave? This all-natural number, especially in Cherry Amaretto flavor.

Per serving: 260 calories, 19 g fat (17 g saturated), 20 g carbs, 17 g sugar, 1 g fiber, 2 g protein

The brand (known for its decadent gelato and sorbet) just got even better with its new low-cal, low-sugar line. Same great flavors and same great taste, sans some of the yuck. Opt for Chocolate Fudge Swirl, which has the shortest ingredient list and most natural ingredients out of all the flavors, per Hertz.

Per serving: 160 calories, 8 g fat (4.5 g saturated), 32 g carbs, 13 g sugar, 8 g fiber, 5 g protein

"Modern farming systems aren't on our side when it comes to health, so having an organic ice cream option like this one ensures there are no GMOs, pesticides, hormones, or antibiotics in your pint," says Greene. While it started as a small shop in Brooklyn, NY, Blue Marble now ships its delicious treats nationwide&mdashall while still churning out that genuine ice cream texture and flavor.

Per serving: 220 calories, 14 g fat (9 g saturated), 20 g carbs, 20 g sugar, 0 g fiber, 4 g protein

If it&rsquos got coffee in it, it&rsquos got to be good. And this remains true for these 100 cal Yasso bars. Made with Greek yogurt as a base, they&rsquore naturally higher in protein and lower in fat, explains Hertz. Shout out to the chocolate chips for making that sweet buzz even better by mixing up the texture.

Per serving: 100 calories, 2 g fat (1.5 g saturated), 16 g carbs, 13 g sugar, 0 g fiber, 5 g protein

No sugar alcohols here! This non-GMO healthy ice cream brand only uses real ingredients (milk, cream, sugar), while still delivering lower-cal products that are absolutely yum.

Per serving: 45 calories, .5 g fat (0 g saturated), 9 g carbs, 5 g sugar, 4 g fiber, 1 g protein

These healthy ice cream bars are paleo in that they have no dairy or gluten. Each pop is free of cane or refined sugars, artificial flavorings, or chemical food dyes, says Greene. So, if you&rsquore craving a frozen treat and a vacay, every lick is a mini trip to the Caribbean.

Per serving: 120 calories, 7 g fat (7 g saturated), 12 g carbs, 11 g sugar, 1 g fiber, 1 g protein

From avo toast to avo frosting, you can add the supreme green to just about everything&mdashincluding ice cream&mdashand it will taste divine. Enter: this refreshing lemon creation from Cado, a dairy-free, avocado-based frozen dessert company. Money might not grow on trees, but ice cream now does.

Per serving: 170 calories, 12 g fat (1.5 g saturated), 18 g carbs, 13 g sugar, 1 g fiber, 1 g protein

Like that Klondike sandwich from childhood (mmmm, memories), but with nearly 10 fewer grams of sugar and at only 100 calories, it's an adult-approved dream. Even better? "It's soy-free! Which is a plus since soy, in this case, is usually heavily processed vs. when it's in it's natural state like edamame," says Green.

Per serving: 100 calories, 4 g fat (3 g saturated), 14 g carbs, 7 g sugar, 0 g fiber, 1 g protein

If you tried this low-cal option with your eyes closed, odds are you&rsquod think it was OG Ben & Jerry&rsquos. It tastes just like &ldquoreal&rdquo ice cream but with 70 percent less fat and 35 percent fewer cals. While its a bit higher in sugar than the other healthy options, its free of sugar alcohols or substitutes, proving once again that Ben and BFF Jerry know what&rsquos up.

Per serving: 150 calories, 5 g fat (2.5 g saturated), 25 g carbs, 16 g sugar, 1 g fiber, 4 g protein

Naturally fat-free and made of just fruit, water, and cane sugar (yup, that's it!), these pops are definitely one of the healthier options when craving a frozen sweet. But be careful! They're fairly high in sugar.

Per serving: 60 calories, 0 g fat (0 g saturated), 25 g carbs, 15 g sugar, 1 g fiber, 0 g protein


14 Healthy Ice Creams That Will Totally Rock Your Dessert World

Healthy ice cream kinda seems like an oxymoron, right? Well, it's 2o19, baby, and the world of healthy (yup!) ice creams is straight-up flourishing.

But how do you pick a healthy ice cream that actually tastes. good?

First things first: look at the ingredient list. The shorter, the better and, major key, the ingredients should be recognizable, says Michal Hertz, RD, a dietitian in New York City. "Also watch out for sugar alcohols such as sorbitol and erythritol, which help lower the number of calories but can also cause GI distress and discomfort. Try to stick to ice creams that have no more than five grams of sugar alcohols per serving."

Other pointers? Steer clear of low-fat labels, which amp up sugar to make up for lost taste, additives such as cellulose gum and carrageenan that can also cause GI problems, and any artificial colors because, gross.

If that sounds like a lot to keep in mind during your next grocery shop (in addition to simply remembering your list!), you're in luck. Here are 14 nutritionist-approved healthy ice creams to help you pick the right pint:

Halo Top's made a name for itself as a bona fide fan favorite&mdashlargely because it's a low-cal, high protein healthy ice cream option that still tastes delish. Go for flavors like Mint Chip or Pistachio, which have a more minimal ingredient list.

Oh! And it's not made of gold&mdashthat high price is for a pack of eight.

Per serving: 80 calories, 3 g fat (1.5 g saturated), 14 g carbs, 6 g sugar, 3 g fiber, 5 g protein.

This organic, non-dairy chocolate ice cream has only eight grams of sugar per serving and six grabs of fiber, which is more than a medium apple, says Sydney Greene, RD, a dietitian in New York City. Mind. Blown.

Per serving: 120 calories, 7 g fat (6 g saturated), 20 g carbs, 8 g sugar, 6 g fiber, 1 g protein

A toasted marshmallow base with graham crackers mixed in, this creamy concoction will make your sweet tooth sing. Another winning characteristic? It's creamier than lots of other healthy ice creams. FYI&mdashthis price is for a pack of four.

Per serving: 100 calories, 2.5 g fat (1 g saturated), 22 g carbs, 5 g sugar, 5 g fiber, 6 g protein.

This new guy on the ice cream block uses ultra-filtered milk, which basically rids the milk of sugar and water to leave you with a more protein-packed product, explains Hertz. Plus, it makes portion control a breeze thanks to two different size options: a half-pint or a bar.

Per serving: 100 calories, 3.5 g fat (2 g saturated), 18 g carbs, 9 g sugar, 5 g fiber, 6 g protein

"Coconut milk ice creams may have higher fat content than regular ice cream but they have a type of fat that's been shown to raise good HDL cholesterol," says Hertz. Her fave? This all-natural number, especially in Cherry Amaretto flavor.

Per serving: 260 calories, 19 g fat (17 g saturated), 20 g carbs, 17 g sugar, 1 g fiber, 2 g protein

The brand (known for its decadent gelato and sorbet) just got even better with its new low-cal, low-sugar line. Same great flavors and same great taste, sans some of the yuck. Opt for Chocolate Fudge Swirl, which has the shortest ingredient list and most natural ingredients out of all the flavors, per Hertz.

Per serving: 160 calories, 8 g fat (4.5 g saturated), 32 g carbs, 13 g sugar, 8 g fiber, 5 g protein

"Modern farming systems aren't on our side when it comes to health, so having an organic ice cream option like this one ensures there are no GMOs, pesticides, hormones, or antibiotics in your pint," says Greene. While it started as a small shop in Brooklyn, NY, Blue Marble now ships its delicious treats nationwide&mdashall while still churning out that genuine ice cream texture and flavor.

Per serving: 220 calories, 14 g fat (9 g saturated), 20 g carbs, 20 g sugar, 0 g fiber, 4 g protein

If it&rsquos got coffee in it, it&rsquos got to be good. And this remains true for these 100 cal Yasso bars. Made with Greek yogurt as a base, they&rsquore naturally higher in protein and lower in fat, explains Hertz. Shout out to the chocolate chips for making that sweet buzz even better by mixing up the texture.

Per serving: 100 calories, 2 g fat (1.5 g saturated), 16 g carbs, 13 g sugar, 0 g fiber, 5 g protein

No sugar alcohols here! This non-GMO healthy ice cream brand only uses real ingredients (milk, cream, sugar), while still delivering lower-cal products that are absolutely yum.

Per serving: 45 calories, .5 g fat (0 g saturated), 9 g carbs, 5 g sugar, 4 g fiber, 1 g protein

These healthy ice cream bars are paleo in that they have no dairy or gluten. Each pop is free of cane or refined sugars, artificial flavorings, or chemical food dyes, says Greene. So, if you&rsquore craving a frozen treat and a vacay, every lick is a mini trip to the Caribbean.

Per serving: 120 calories, 7 g fat (7 g saturated), 12 g carbs, 11 g sugar, 1 g fiber, 1 g protein

From avo toast to avo frosting, you can add the supreme green to just about everything&mdashincluding ice cream&mdashand it will taste divine. Enter: this refreshing lemon creation from Cado, a dairy-free, avocado-based frozen dessert company. Money might not grow on trees, but ice cream now does.

Per serving: 170 calories, 12 g fat (1.5 g saturated), 18 g carbs, 13 g sugar, 1 g fiber, 1 g protein

Like that Klondike sandwich from childhood (mmmm, memories), but with nearly 10 fewer grams of sugar and at only 100 calories, it's an adult-approved dream. Even better? "It's soy-free! Which is a plus since soy, in this case, is usually heavily processed vs. when it's in it's natural state like edamame," says Green.

Per serving: 100 calories, 4 g fat (3 g saturated), 14 g carbs, 7 g sugar, 0 g fiber, 1 g protein

If you tried this low-cal option with your eyes closed, odds are you&rsquod think it was OG Ben & Jerry&rsquos. It tastes just like &ldquoreal&rdquo ice cream but with 70 percent less fat and 35 percent fewer cals. While its a bit higher in sugar than the other healthy options, its free of sugar alcohols or substitutes, proving once again that Ben and BFF Jerry know what&rsquos up.

Per serving: 150 calories, 5 g fat (2.5 g saturated), 25 g carbs, 16 g sugar, 1 g fiber, 4 g protein

Naturally fat-free and made of just fruit, water, and cane sugar (yup, that's it!), these pops are definitely one of the healthier options when craving a frozen sweet. But be careful! They're fairly high in sugar.

Per serving: 60 calories, 0 g fat (0 g saturated), 25 g carbs, 15 g sugar, 1 g fiber, 0 g protein


14 Healthy Ice Creams That Will Totally Rock Your Dessert World

Healthy ice cream kinda seems like an oxymoron, right? Well, it's 2o19, baby, and the world of healthy (yup!) ice creams is straight-up flourishing.

But how do you pick a healthy ice cream that actually tastes. good?

First things first: look at the ingredient list. The shorter, the better and, major key, the ingredients should be recognizable, says Michal Hertz, RD, a dietitian in New York City. "Also watch out for sugar alcohols such as sorbitol and erythritol, which help lower the number of calories but can also cause GI distress and discomfort. Try to stick to ice creams that have no more than five grams of sugar alcohols per serving."

Other pointers? Steer clear of low-fat labels, which amp up sugar to make up for lost taste, additives such as cellulose gum and carrageenan that can also cause GI problems, and any artificial colors because, gross.

If that sounds like a lot to keep in mind during your next grocery shop (in addition to simply remembering your list!), you're in luck. Here are 14 nutritionist-approved healthy ice creams to help you pick the right pint:

Halo Top's made a name for itself as a bona fide fan favorite&mdashlargely because it's a low-cal, high protein healthy ice cream option that still tastes delish. Go for flavors like Mint Chip or Pistachio, which have a more minimal ingredient list.

Oh! And it's not made of gold&mdashthat high price is for a pack of eight.

Per serving: 80 calories, 3 g fat (1.5 g saturated), 14 g carbs, 6 g sugar, 3 g fiber, 5 g protein.

This organic, non-dairy chocolate ice cream has only eight grams of sugar per serving and six grabs of fiber, which is more than a medium apple, says Sydney Greene, RD, a dietitian in New York City. Mind. Blown.

Per serving: 120 calories, 7 g fat (6 g saturated), 20 g carbs, 8 g sugar, 6 g fiber, 1 g protein

A toasted marshmallow base with graham crackers mixed in, this creamy concoction will make your sweet tooth sing. Another winning characteristic? It's creamier than lots of other healthy ice creams. FYI&mdashthis price is for a pack of four.

Per serving: 100 calories, 2.5 g fat (1 g saturated), 22 g carbs, 5 g sugar, 5 g fiber, 6 g protein.

This new guy on the ice cream block uses ultra-filtered milk, which basically rids the milk of sugar and water to leave you with a more protein-packed product, explains Hertz. Plus, it makes portion control a breeze thanks to two different size options: a half-pint or a bar.

Per serving: 100 calories, 3.5 g fat (2 g saturated), 18 g carbs, 9 g sugar, 5 g fiber, 6 g protein

"Coconut milk ice creams may have higher fat content than regular ice cream but they have a type of fat that's been shown to raise good HDL cholesterol," says Hertz. Her fave? This all-natural number, especially in Cherry Amaretto flavor.

Per serving: 260 calories, 19 g fat (17 g saturated), 20 g carbs, 17 g sugar, 1 g fiber, 2 g protein

The brand (known for its decadent gelato and sorbet) just got even better with its new low-cal, low-sugar line. Same great flavors and same great taste, sans some of the yuck. Opt for Chocolate Fudge Swirl, which has the shortest ingredient list and most natural ingredients out of all the flavors, per Hertz.

Per serving: 160 calories, 8 g fat (4.5 g saturated), 32 g carbs, 13 g sugar, 8 g fiber, 5 g protein

"Modern farming systems aren't on our side when it comes to health, so having an organic ice cream option like this one ensures there are no GMOs, pesticides, hormones, or antibiotics in your pint," says Greene. While it started as a small shop in Brooklyn, NY, Blue Marble now ships its delicious treats nationwide&mdashall while still churning out that genuine ice cream texture and flavor.

Per serving: 220 calories, 14 g fat (9 g saturated), 20 g carbs, 20 g sugar, 0 g fiber, 4 g protein

If it&rsquos got coffee in it, it&rsquos got to be good. And this remains true for these 100 cal Yasso bars. Made with Greek yogurt as a base, they&rsquore naturally higher in protein and lower in fat, explains Hertz. Shout out to the chocolate chips for making that sweet buzz even better by mixing up the texture.

Per serving: 100 calories, 2 g fat (1.5 g saturated), 16 g carbs, 13 g sugar, 0 g fiber, 5 g protein

No sugar alcohols here! This non-GMO healthy ice cream brand only uses real ingredients (milk, cream, sugar), while still delivering lower-cal products that are absolutely yum.

Per serving: 45 calories, .5 g fat (0 g saturated), 9 g carbs, 5 g sugar, 4 g fiber, 1 g protein

These healthy ice cream bars are paleo in that they have no dairy or gluten. Each pop is free of cane or refined sugars, artificial flavorings, or chemical food dyes, says Greene. So, if you&rsquore craving a frozen treat and a vacay, every lick is a mini trip to the Caribbean.

Per serving: 120 calories, 7 g fat (7 g saturated), 12 g carbs, 11 g sugar, 1 g fiber, 1 g protein

From avo toast to avo frosting, you can add the supreme green to just about everything&mdashincluding ice cream&mdashand it will taste divine. Enter: this refreshing lemon creation from Cado, a dairy-free, avocado-based frozen dessert company. Money might not grow on trees, but ice cream now does.

Per serving: 170 calories, 12 g fat (1.5 g saturated), 18 g carbs, 13 g sugar, 1 g fiber, 1 g protein

Like that Klondike sandwich from childhood (mmmm, memories), but with nearly 10 fewer grams of sugar and at only 100 calories, it's an adult-approved dream. Even better? "It's soy-free! Which is a plus since soy, in this case, is usually heavily processed vs. when it's in it's natural state like edamame," says Green.

Per serving: 100 calories, 4 g fat (3 g saturated), 14 g carbs, 7 g sugar, 0 g fiber, 1 g protein

If you tried this low-cal option with your eyes closed, odds are you&rsquod think it was OG Ben & Jerry&rsquos. It tastes just like &ldquoreal&rdquo ice cream but with 70 percent less fat and 35 percent fewer cals. While its a bit higher in sugar than the other healthy options, its free of sugar alcohols or substitutes, proving once again that Ben and BFF Jerry know what&rsquos up.

Per serving: 150 calories, 5 g fat (2.5 g saturated), 25 g carbs, 16 g sugar, 1 g fiber, 4 g protein

Naturally fat-free and made of just fruit, water, and cane sugar (yup, that's it!), these pops are definitely one of the healthier options when craving a frozen sweet. But be careful! They're fairly high in sugar.

Per serving: 60 calories, 0 g fat (0 g saturated), 25 g carbs, 15 g sugar, 1 g fiber, 0 g protein


14 Healthy Ice Creams That Will Totally Rock Your Dessert World

Healthy ice cream kinda seems like an oxymoron, right? Well, it's 2o19, baby, and the world of healthy (yup!) ice creams is straight-up flourishing.

But how do you pick a healthy ice cream that actually tastes. good?

First things first: look at the ingredient list. The shorter, the better and, major key, the ingredients should be recognizable, says Michal Hertz, RD, a dietitian in New York City. "Also watch out for sugar alcohols such as sorbitol and erythritol, which help lower the number of calories but can also cause GI distress and discomfort. Try to stick to ice creams that have no more than five grams of sugar alcohols per serving."

Other pointers? Steer clear of low-fat labels, which amp up sugar to make up for lost taste, additives such as cellulose gum and carrageenan that can also cause GI problems, and any artificial colors because, gross.

If that sounds like a lot to keep in mind during your next grocery shop (in addition to simply remembering your list!), you're in luck. Here are 14 nutritionist-approved healthy ice creams to help you pick the right pint:

Halo Top's made a name for itself as a bona fide fan favorite&mdashlargely because it's a low-cal, high protein healthy ice cream option that still tastes delish. Go for flavors like Mint Chip or Pistachio, which have a more minimal ingredient list.

Oh! And it's not made of gold&mdashthat high price is for a pack of eight.

Per serving: 80 calories, 3 g fat (1.5 g saturated), 14 g carbs, 6 g sugar, 3 g fiber, 5 g protein.

This organic, non-dairy chocolate ice cream has only eight grams of sugar per serving and six grabs of fiber, which is more than a medium apple, says Sydney Greene, RD, a dietitian in New York City. Mind. Blown.

Per serving: 120 calories, 7 g fat (6 g saturated), 20 g carbs, 8 g sugar, 6 g fiber, 1 g protein

A toasted marshmallow base with graham crackers mixed in, this creamy concoction will make your sweet tooth sing. Another winning characteristic? It's creamier than lots of other healthy ice creams. FYI&mdashthis price is for a pack of four.

Per serving: 100 calories, 2.5 g fat (1 g saturated), 22 g carbs, 5 g sugar, 5 g fiber, 6 g protein.

This new guy on the ice cream block uses ultra-filtered milk, which basically rids the milk of sugar and water to leave you with a more protein-packed product, explains Hertz. Plus, it makes portion control a breeze thanks to two different size options: a half-pint or a bar.

Per serving: 100 calories, 3.5 g fat (2 g saturated), 18 g carbs, 9 g sugar, 5 g fiber, 6 g protein

"Coconut milk ice creams may have higher fat content than regular ice cream but they have a type of fat that's been shown to raise good HDL cholesterol," says Hertz. Her fave? This all-natural number, especially in Cherry Amaretto flavor.

Per serving: 260 calories, 19 g fat (17 g saturated), 20 g carbs, 17 g sugar, 1 g fiber, 2 g protein

The brand (known for its decadent gelato and sorbet) just got even better with its new low-cal, low-sugar line. Same great flavors and same great taste, sans some of the yuck. Opt for Chocolate Fudge Swirl, which has the shortest ingredient list and most natural ingredients out of all the flavors, per Hertz.

Per serving: 160 calories, 8 g fat (4.5 g saturated), 32 g carbs, 13 g sugar, 8 g fiber, 5 g protein

"Modern farming systems aren't on our side when it comes to health, so having an organic ice cream option like this one ensures there are no GMOs, pesticides, hormones, or antibiotics in your pint," says Greene. While it started as a small shop in Brooklyn, NY, Blue Marble now ships its delicious treats nationwide&mdashall while still churning out that genuine ice cream texture and flavor.

Per serving: 220 calories, 14 g fat (9 g saturated), 20 g carbs, 20 g sugar, 0 g fiber, 4 g protein

If it&rsquos got coffee in it, it&rsquos got to be good. And this remains true for these 100 cal Yasso bars. Made with Greek yogurt as a base, they&rsquore naturally higher in protein and lower in fat, explains Hertz. Shout out to the chocolate chips for making that sweet buzz even better by mixing up the texture.

Per serving: 100 calories, 2 g fat (1.5 g saturated), 16 g carbs, 13 g sugar, 0 g fiber, 5 g protein

No sugar alcohols here! This non-GMO healthy ice cream brand only uses real ingredients (milk, cream, sugar), while still delivering lower-cal products that are absolutely yum.

Per serving: 45 calories, .5 g fat (0 g saturated), 9 g carbs, 5 g sugar, 4 g fiber, 1 g protein

These healthy ice cream bars are paleo in that they have no dairy or gluten. Each pop is free of cane or refined sugars, artificial flavorings, or chemical food dyes, says Greene. So, if you&rsquore craving a frozen treat and a vacay, every lick is a mini trip to the Caribbean.

Per serving: 120 calories, 7 g fat (7 g saturated), 12 g carbs, 11 g sugar, 1 g fiber, 1 g protein

From avo toast to avo frosting, you can add the supreme green to just about everything&mdashincluding ice cream&mdashand it will taste divine. Enter: this refreshing lemon creation from Cado, a dairy-free, avocado-based frozen dessert company. Money might not grow on trees, but ice cream now does.

Per serving: 170 calories, 12 g fat (1.5 g saturated), 18 g carbs, 13 g sugar, 1 g fiber, 1 g protein

Like that Klondike sandwich from childhood (mmmm, memories), but with nearly 10 fewer grams of sugar and at only 100 calories, it's an adult-approved dream. Even better? "It's soy-free! Which is a plus since soy, in this case, is usually heavily processed vs. when it's in it's natural state like edamame," says Green.

Per serving: 100 calories, 4 g fat (3 g saturated), 14 g carbs, 7 g sugar, 0 g fiber, 1 g protein

If you tried this low-cal option with your eyes closed, odds are you&rsquod think it was OG Ben & Jerry&rsquos. It tastes just like &ldquoreal&rdquo ice cream but with 70 percent less fat and 35 percent fewer cals. While its a bit higher in sugar than the other healthy options, its free of sugar alcohols or substitutes, proving once again that Ben and BFF Jerry know what&rsquos up.

Per serving: 150 calories, 5 g fat (2.5 g saturated), 25 g carbs, 16 g sugar, 1 g fiber, 4 g protein

Naturally fat-free and made of just fruit, water, and cane sugar (yup, that's it!), these pops are definitely one of the healthier options when craving a frozen sweet. But be careful! They're fairly high in sugar.

Per serving: 60 calories, 0 g fat (0 g saturated), 25 g carbs, 15 g sugar, 1 g fiber, 0 g protein


14 Healthy Ice Creams That Will Totally Rock Your Dessert World

Healthy ice cream kinda seems like an oxymoron, right? Well, it's 2o19, baby, and the world of healthy (yup!) ice creams is straight-up flourishing.

But how do you pick a healthy ice cream that actually tastes. good?

First things first: look at the ingredient list. The shorter, the better and, major key, the ingredients should be recognizable, says Michal Hertz, RD, a dietitian in New York City. "Also watch out for sugar alcohols such as sorbitol and erythritol, which help lower the number of calories but can also cause GI distress and discomfort. Try to stick to ice creams that have no more than five grams of sugar alcohols per serving."

Other pointers? Steer clear of low-fat labels, which amp up sugar to make up for lost taste, additives such as cellulose gum and carrageenan that can also cause GI problems, and any artificial colors because, gross.

If that sounds like a lot to keep in mind during your next grocery shop (in addition to simply remembering your list!), you're in luck. Here are 14 nutritionist-approved healthy ice creams to help you pick the right pint:

Halo Top's made a name for itself as a bona fide fan favorite&mdashlargely because it's a low-cal, high protein healthy ice cream option that still tastes delish. Go for flavors like Mint Chip or Pistachio, which have a more minimal ingredient list.

Oh! And it's not made of gold&mdashthat high price is for a pack of eight.

Per serving: 80 calories, 3 g fat (1.5 g saturated), 14 g carbs, 6 g sugar, 3 g fiber, 5 g protein.

This organic, non-dairy chocolate ice cream has only eight grams of sugar per serving and six grabs of fiber, which is more than a medium apple, says Sydney Greene, RD, a dietitian in New York City. Mind. Blown.

Per serving: 120 calories, 7 g fat (6 g saturated), 20 g carbs, 8 g sugar, 6 g fiber, 1 g protein

A toasted marshmallow base with graham crackers mixed in, this creamy concoction will make your sweet tooth sing. Another winning characteristic? It's creamier than lots of other healthy ice creams. FYI&mdashthis price is for a pack of four.

Per serving: 100 calories, 2.5 g fat (1 g saturated), 22 g carbs, 5 g sugar, 5 g fiber, 6 g protein.

This new guy on the ice cream block uses ultra-filtered milk, which basically rids the milk of sugar and water to leave you with a more protein-packed product, explains Hertz. Plus, it makes portion control a breeze thanks to two different size options: a half-pint or a bar.

Per serving: 100 calories, 3.5 g fat (2 g saturated), 18 g carbs, 9 g sugar, 5 g fiber, 6 g protein

"Coconut milk ice creams may have higher fat content than regular ice cream but they have a type of fat that's been shown to raise good HDL cholesterol," says Hertz. Her fave? This all-natural number, especially in Cherry Amaretto flavor.

Per serving: 260 calories, 19 g fat (17 g saturated), 20 g carbs, 17 g sugar, 1 g fiber, 2 g protein

The brand (known for its decadent gelato and sorbet) just got even better with its new low-cal, low-sugar line. Same great flavors and same great taste, sans some of the yuck. Opt for Chocolate Fudge Swirl, which has the shortest ingredient list and most natural ingredients out of all the flavors, per Hertz.

Per serving: 160 calories, 8 g fat (4.5 g saturated), 32 g carbs, 13 g sugar, 8 g fiber, 5 g protein

"Modern farming systems aren't on our side when it comes to health, so having an organic ice cream option like this one ensures there are no GMOs, pesticides, hormones, or antibiotics in your pint," says Greene. While it started as a small shop in Brooklyn, NY, Blue Marble now ships its delicious treats nationwide&mdashall while still churning out that genuine ice cream texture and flavor.

Per serving: 220 calories, 14 g fat (9 g saturated), 20 g carbs, 20 g sugar, 0 g fiber, 4 g protein

If it&rsquos got coffee in it, it&rsquos got to be good. And this remains true for these 100 cal Yasso bars. Made with Greek yogurt as a base, they&rsquore naturally higher in protein and lower in fat, explains Hertz. Shout out to the chocolate chips for making that sweet buzz even better by mixing up the texture.

Per serving: 100 calories, 2 g fat (1.5 g saturated), 16 g carbs, 13 g sugar, 0 g fiber, 5 g protein

No sugar alcohols here! This non-GMO healthy ice cream brand only uses real ingredients (milk, cream, sugar), while still delivering lower-cal products that are absolutely yum.

Per serving: 45 calories, .5 g fat (0 g saturated), 9 g carbs, 5 g sugar, 4 g fiber, 1 g protein

These healthy ice cream bars are paleo in that they have no dairy or gluten. Each pop is free of cane or refined sugars, artificial flavorings, or chemical food dyes, says Greene. So, if you&rsquore craving a frozen treat and a vacay, every lick is a mini trip to the Caribbean.

Per serving: 120 calories, 7 g fat (7 g saturated), 12 g carbs, 11 g sugar, 1 g fiber, 1 g protein

From avo toast to avo frosting, you can add the supreme green to just about everything&mdashincluding ice cream&mdashand it will taste divine. Enter: this refreshing lemon creation from Cado, a dairy-free, avocado-based frozen dessert company. Money might not grow on trees, but ice cream now does.

Per serving: 170 calories, 12 g fat (1.5 g saturated), 18 g carbs, 13 g sugar, 1 g fiber, 1 g protein

Like that Klondike sandwich from childhood (mmmm, memories), but with nearly 10 fewer grams of sugar and at only 100 calories, it's an adult-approved dream. Even better? "It's soy-free! Which is a plus since soy, in this case, is usually heavily processed vs. when it's in it's natural state like edamame," says Green.

Per serving: 100 calories, 4 g fat (3 g saturated), 14 g carbs, 7 g sugar, 0 g fiber, 1 g protein

If you tried this low-cal option with your eyes closed, odds are you&rsquod think it was OG Ben & Jerry&rsquos. It tastes just like &ldquoreal&rdquo ice cream but with 70 percent less fat and 35 percent fewer cals. While its a bit higher in sugar than the other healthy options, its free of sugar alcohols or substitutes, proving once again that Ben and BFF Jerry know what&rsquos up.

Per serving: 150 calories, 5 g fat (2.5 g saturated), 25 g carbs, 16 g sugar, 1 g fiber, 4 g protein

Naturally fat-free and made of just fruit, water, and cane sugar (yup, that's it!), these pops are definitely one of the healthier options when craving a frozen sweet. But be careful! They're fairly high in sugar.

Per serving: 60 calories, 0 g fat (0 g saturated), 25 g carbs, 15 g sugar, 1 g fiber, 0 g protein


14 Healthy Ice Creams That Will Totally Rock Your Dessert World

Healthy ice cream kinda seems like an oxymoron, right? Well, it's 2o19, baby, and the world of healthy (yup!) ice creams is straight-up flourishing.

But how do you pick a healthy ice cream that actually tastes. good?

First things first: look at the ingredient list. The shorter, the better and, major key, the ingredients should be recognizable, says Michal Hertz, RD, a dietitian in New York City. "Also watch out for sugar alcohols such as sorbitol and erythritol, which help lower the number of calories but can also cause GI distress and discomfort. Try to stick to ice creams that have no more than five grams of sugar alcohols per serving."

Other pointers? Steer clear of low-fat labels, which amp up sugar to make up for lost taste, additives such as cellulose gum and carrageenan that can also cause GI problems, and any artificial colors because, gross.

If that sounds like a lot to keep in mind during your next grocery shop (in addition to simply remembering your list!), you're in luck. Here are 14 nutritionist-approved healthy ice creams to help you pick the right pint:

Halo Top's made a name for itself as a bona fide fan favorite&mdashlargely because it's a low-cal, high protein healthy ice cream option that still tastes delish. Go for flavors like Mint Chip or Pistachio, which have a more minimal ingredient list.

Oh! And it's not made of gold&mdashthat high price is for a pack of eight.

Per serving: 80 calories, 3 g fat (1.5 g saturated), 14 g carbs, 6 g sugar, 3 g fiber, 5 g protein.

This organic, non-dairy chocolate ice cream has only eight grams of sugar per serving and six grabs of fiber, which is more than a medium apple, says Sydney Greene, RD, a dietitian in New York City. Mind. Blown.

Per serving: 120 calories, 7 g fat (6 g saturated), 20 g carbs, 8 g sugar, 6 g fiber, 1 g protein

A toasted marshmallow base with graham crackers mixed in, this creamy concoction will make your sweet tooth sing. Another winning characteristic? It's creamier than lots of other healthy ice creams. FYI&mdashthis price is for a pack of four.

Per serving: 100 calories, 2.5 g fat (1 g saturated), 22 g carbs, 5 g sugar, 5 g fiber, 6 g protein.

This new guy on the ice cream block uses ultra-filtered milk, which basically rids the milk of sugar and water to leave you with a more protein-packed product, explains Hertz. Plus, it makes portion control a breeze thanks to two different size options: a half-pint or a bar.

Per serving: 100 calories, 3.5 g fat (2 g saturated), 18 g carbs, 9 g sugar, 5 g fiber, 6 g protein

"Coconut milk ice creams may have higher fat content than regular ice cream but they have a type of fat that's been shown to raise good HDL cholesterol," says Hertz. Her fave? This all-natural number, especially in Cherry Amaretto flavor.

Per serving: 260 calories, 19 g fat (17 g saturated), 20 g carbs, 17 g sugar, 1 g fiber, 2 g protein

The brand (known for its decadent gelato and sorbet) just got even better with its new low-cal, low-sugar line. Same great flavors and same great taste, sans some of the yuck. Opt for Chocolate Fudge Swirl, which has the shortest ingredient list and most natural ingredients out of all the flavors, per Hertz.

Per serving: 160 calories, 8 g fat (4.5 g saturated), 32 g carbs, 13 g sugar, 8 g fiber, 5 g protein

"Modern farming systems aren't on our side when it comes to health, so having an organic ice cream option like this one ensures there are no GMOs, pesticides, hormones, or antibiotics in your pint," says Greene. While it started as a small shop in Brooklyn, NY, Blue Marble now ships its delicious treats nationwide&mdashall while still churning out that genuine ice cream texture and flavor.

Per serving: 220 calories, 14 g fat (9 g saturated), 20 g carbs, 20 g sugar, 0 g fiber, 4 g protein

If it&rsquos got coffee in it, it&rsquos got to be good. And this remains true for these 100 cal Yasso bars. Made with Greek yogurt as a base, they&rsquore naturally higher in protein and lower in fat, explains Hertz. Shout out to the chocolate chips for making that sweet buzz even better by mixing up the texture.

Per serving: 100 calories, 2 g fat (1.5 g saturated), 16 g carbs, 13 g sugar, 0 g fiber, 5 g protein

No sugar alcohols here! This non-GMO healthy ice cream brand only uses real ingredients (milk, cream, sugar), while still delivering lower-cal products that are absolutely yum.

Per serving: 45 calories, .5 g fat (0 g saturated), 9 g carbs, 5 g sugar, 4 g fiber, 1 g protein

These healthy ice cream bars are paleo in that they have no dairy or gluten. Each pop is free of cane or refined sugars, artificial flavorings, or chemical food dyes, says Greene. So, if you&rsquore craving a frozen treat and a vacay, every lick is a mini trip to the Caribbean.

Per serving: 120 calories, 7 g fat (7 g saturated), 12 g carbs, 11 g sugar, 1 g fiber, 1 g protein

From avo toast to avo frosting, you can add the supreme green to just about everything&mdashincluding ice cream&mdashand it will taste divine. Enter: this refreshing lemon creation from Cado, a dairy-free, avocado-based frozen dessert company. Money might not grow on trees, but ice cream now does.

Per serving: 170 calories, 12 g fat (1.5 g saturated), 18 g carbs, 13 g sugar, 1 g fiber, 1 g protein

Like that Klondike sandwich from childhood (mmmm, memories), but with nearly 10 fewer grams of sugar and at only 100 calories, it's an adult-approved dream. Even better? "It's soy-free! Which is a plus since soy, in this case, is usually heavily processed vs. when it's in it's natural state like edamame," says Green.

Per serving: 100 calories, 4 g fat (3 g saturated), 14 g carbs, 7 g sugar, 0 g fiber, 1 g protein

If you tried this low-cal option with your eyes closed, odds are you&rsquod think it was OG Ben & Jerry&rsquos. It tastes just like &ldquoreal&rdquo ice cream but with 70 percent less fat and 35 percent fewer cals. While its a bit higher in sugar than the other healthy options, its free of sugar alcohols or substitutes, proving once again that Ben and BFF Jerry know what&rsquos up.

Per serving: 150 calories, 5 g fat (2.5 g saturated), 25 g carbs, 16 g sugar, 1 g fiber, 4 g protein

Naturally fat-free and made of just fruit, water, and cane sugar (yup, that's it!), these pops are definitely one of the healthier options when craving a frozen sweet. But be careful! They're fairly high in sugar.

Per serving: 60 calories, 0 g fat (0 g saturated), 25 g carbs, 15 g sugar, 1 g fiber, 0 g protein


14 Healthy Ice Creams That Will Totally Rock Your Dessert World

Healthy ice cream kinda seems like an oxymoron, right? Well, it's 2o19, baby, and the world of healthy (yup!) ice creams is straight-up flourishing.

But how do you pick a healthy ice cream that actually tastes. good?

First things first: look at the ingredient list. The shorter, the better and, major key, the ingredients should be recognizable, says Michal Hertz, RD, a dietitian in New York City. "Also watch out for sugar alcohols such as sorbitol and erythritol, which help lower the number of calories but can also cause GI distress and discomfort. Try to stick to ice creams that have no more than five grams of sugar alcohols per serving."

Other pointers? Steer clear of low-fat labels, which amp up sugar to make up for lost taste, additives such as cellulose gum and carrageenan that can also cause GI problems, and any artificial colors because, gross.

If that sounds like a lot to keep in mind during your next grocery shop (in addition to simply remembering your list!), you're in luck. Here are 14 nutritionist-approved healthy ice creams to help you pick the right pint:

Halo Top's made a name for itself as a bona fide fan favorite&mdashlargely because it's a low-cal, high protein healthy ice cream option that still tastes delish. Go for flavors like Mint Chip or Pistachio, which have a more minimal ingredient list.

Oh! And it's not made of gold&mdashthat high price is for a pack of eight.

Per serving: 80 calories, 3 g fat (1.5 g saturated), 14 g carbs, 6 g sugar, 3 g fiber, 5 g protein.

This organic, non-dairy chocolate ice cream has only eight grams of sugar per serving and six grabs of fiber, which is more than a medium apple, says Sydney Greene, RD, a dietitian in New York City. Mind. Blown.

Per serving: 120 calories, 7 g fat (6 g saturated), 20 g carbs, 8 g sugar, 6 g fiber, 1 g protein

A toasted marshmallow base with graham crackers mixed in, this creamy concoction will make your sweet tooth sing. Another winning characteristic? It's creamier than lots of other healthy ice creams. FYI&mdashthis price is for a pack of four.

Per serving: 100 calories, 2.5 g fat (1 g saturated), 22 g carbs, 5 g sugar, 5 g fiber, 6 g protein.

This new guy on the ice cream block uses ultra-filtered milk, which basically rids the milk of sugar and water to leave you with a more protein-packed product, explains Hertz. Plus, it makes portion control a breeze thanks to two different size options: a half-pint or a bar.

Per serving: 100 calories, 3.5 g fat (2 g saturated), 18 g carbs, 9 g sugar, 5 g fiber, 6 g protein

"Coconut milk ice creams may have higher fat content than regular ice cream but they have a type of fat that's been shown to raise good HDL cholesterol," says Hertz. Her fave? This all-natural number, especially in Cherry Amaretto flavor.

Per serving: 260 calories, 19 g fat (17 g saturated), 20 g carbs, 17 g sugar, 1 g fiber, 2 g protein

The brand (known for its decadent gelato and sorbet) just got even better with its new low-cal, low-sugar line. Same great flavors and same great taste, sans some of the yuck. Opt for Chocolate Fudge Swirl, which has the shortest ingredient list and most natural ingredients out of all the flavors, per Hertz.

Per serving: 160 calories, 8 g fat (4.5 g saturated), 32 g carbs, 13 g sugar, 8 g fiber, 5 g protein

"Modern farming systems aren't on our side when it comes to health, so having an organic ice cream option like this one ensures there are no GMOs, pesticides, hormones, or antibiotics in your pint," says Greene. While it started as a small shop in Brooklyn, NY, Blue Marble now ships its delicious treats nationwide&mdashall while still churning out that genuine ice cream texture and flavor.

Per serving: 220 calories, 14 g fat (9 g saturated), 20 g carbs, 20 g sugar, 0 g fiber, 4 g protein

If it&rsquos got coffee in it, it&rsquos got to be good. And this remains true for these 100 cal Yasso bars. Made with Greek yogurt as a base, they&rsquore naturally higher in protein and lower in fat, explains Hertz. Shout out to the chocolate chips for making that sweet buzz even better by mixing up the texture.

Per serving: 100 calories, 2 g fat (1.5 g saturated), 16 g carbs, 13 g sugar, 0 g fiber, 5 g protein

No sugar alcohols here! This non-GMO healthy ice cream brand only uses real ingredients (milk, cream, sugar), while still delivering lower-cal products that are absolutely yum.

Per serving: 45 calories, .5 g fat (0 g saturated), 9 g carbs, 5 g sugar, 4 g fiber, 1 g protein

These healthy ice cream bars are paleo in that they have no dairy or gluten. Each pop is free of cane or refined sugars, artificial flavorings, or chemical food dyes, says Greene. So, if you&rsquore craving a frozen treat and a vacay, every lick is a mini trip to the Caribbean.

Per serving: 120 calories, 7 g fat (7 g saturated), 12 g carbs, 11 g sugar, 1 g fiber, 1 g protein

From avo toast to avo frosting, you can add the supreme green to just about everything&mdashincluding ice cream&mdashand it will taste divine. Enter: this refreshing lemon creation from Cado, a dairy-free, avocado-based frozen dessert company. Money might not grow on trees, but ice cream now does.

Per serving: 170 calories, 12 g fat (1.5 g saturated), 18 g carbs, 13 g sugar, 1 g fiber, 1 g protein

Like that Klondike sandwich from childhood (mmmm, memories), but with nearly 10 fewer grams of sugar and at only 100 calories, it's an adult-approved dream. Even better? "It's soy-free! Which is a plus since soy, in this case, is usually heavily processed vs. when it's in it's natural state like edamame," says Green.

Per serving: 100 calories, 4 g fat (3 g saturated), 14 g carbs, 7 g sugar, 0 g fiber, 1 g protein

If you tried this low-cal option with your eyes closed, odds are you&rsquod think it was OG Ben & Jerry&rsquos. It tastes just like &ldquoreal&rdquo ice cream but with 70 percent less fat and 35 percent fewer cals. While its a bit higher in sugar than the other healthy options, its free of sugar alcohols or substitutes, proving once again that Ben and BFF Jerry know what&rsquos up.

Per serving: 150 calories, 5 g fat (2.5 g saturated), 25 g carbs, 16 g sugar, 1 g fiber, 4 g protein

Naturally fat-free and made of just fruit, water, and cane sugar (yup, that's it!), these pops are definitely one of the healthier options when craving a frozen sweet. But be careful! They're fairly high in sugar.

Per serving: 60 calories, 0 g fat (0 g saturated), 25 g carbs, 15 g sugar, 1 g fiber, 0 g protein


14 Healthy Ice Creams That Will Totally Rock Your Dessert World

Healthy ice cream kinda seems like an oxymoron, right? Well, it's 2o19, baby, and the world of healthy (yup!) ice creams is straight-up flourishing.

But how do you pick a healthy ice cream that actually tastes. good?

First things first: look at the ingredient list. The shorter, the better and, major key, the ingredients should be recognizable, says Michal Hertz, RD, a dietitian in New York City. "Also watch out for sugar alcohols such as sorbitol and erythritol, which help lower the number of calories but can also cause GI distress and discomfort. Try to stick to ice creams that have no more than five grams of sugar alcohols per serving."

Other pointers? Steer clear of low-fat labels, which amp up sugar to make up for lost taste, additives such as cellulose gum and carrageenan that can also cause GI problems, and any artificial colors because, gross.

If that sounds like a lot to keep in mind during your next grocery shop (in addition to simply remembering your list!), you're in luck. Here are 14 nutritionist-approved healthy ice creams to help you pick the right pint:

Halo Top's made a name for itself as a bona fide fan favorite&mdashlargely because it's a low-cal, high protein healthy ice cream option that still tastes delish. Go for flavors like Mint Chip or Pistachio, which have a more minimal ingredient list.

Oh! And it's not made of gold&mdashthat high price is for a pack of eight.

Per serving: 80 calories, 3 g fat (1.5 g saturated), 14 g carbs, 6 g sugar, 3 g fiber, 5 g protein.

This organic, non-dairy chocolate ice cream has only eight grams of sugar per serving and six grabs of fiber, which is more than a medium apple, says Sydney Greene, RD, a dietitian in New York City. Mind. Blown.

Per serving: 120 calories, 7 g fat (6 g saturated), 20 g carbs, 8 g sugar, 6 g fiber, 1 g protein

A toasted marshmallow base with graham crackers mixed in, this creamy concoction will make your sweet tooth sing. Another winning characteristic? It's creamier than lots of other healthy ice creams. FYI&mdashthis price is for a pack of four.

Per serving: 100 calories, 2.5 g fat (1 g saturated), 22 g carbs, 5 g sugar, 5 g fiber, 6 g protein.

This new guy on the ice cream block uses ultra-filtered milk, which basically rids the milk of sugar and water to leave you with a more protein-packed product, explains Hertz. Plus, it makes portion control a breeze thanks to two different size options: a half-pint or a bar.

Per serving: 100 calories, 3.5 g fat (2 g saturated), 18 g carbs, 9 g sugar, 5 g fiber, 6 g protein

"Coconut milk ice creams may have higher fat content than regular ice cream but they have a type of fat that's been shown to raise good HDL cholesterol," says Hertz. Her fave? This all-natural number, especially in Cherry Amaretto flavor.

Per serving: 260 calories, 19 g fat (17 g saturated), 20 g carbs, 17 g sugar, 1 g fiber, 2 g protein

The brand (known for its decadent gelato and sorbet) just got even better with its new low-cal, low-sugar line. Same great flavors and same great taste, sans some of the yuck. Opt for Chocolate Fudge Swirl, which has the shortest ingredient list and most natural ingredients out of all the flavors, per Hertz.

Per serving: 160 calories, 8 g fat (4.5 g saturated), 32 g carbs, 13 g sugar, 8 g fiber, 5 g protein

"Modern farming systems aren't on our side when it comes to health, so having an organic ice cream option like this one ensures there are no GMOs, pesticides, hormones, or antibiotics in your pint," says Greene. While it started as a small shop in Brooklyn, NY, Blue Marble now ships its delicious treats nationwide&mdashall while still churning out that genuine ice cream texture and flavor.

Per serving: 220 calories, 14 g fat (9 g saturated), 20 g carbs, 20 g sugar, 0 g fiber, 4 g protein

If it&rsquos got coffee in it, it&rsquos got to be good. And this remains true for these 100 cal Yasso bars. Made with Greek yogurt as a base, they&rsquore naturally higher in protein and lower in fat, explains Hertz. Shout out to the chocolate chips for making that sweet buzz even better by mixing up the texture.

Per serving: 100 calories, 2 g fat (1.5 g saturated), 16 g carbs, 13 g sugar, 0 g fiber, 5 g protein

No sugar alcohols here! This non-GMO healthy ice cream brand only uses real ingredients (milk, cream, sugar), while still delivering lower-cal products that are absolutely yum.

Per serving: 45 calories, .5 g fat (0 g saturated), 9 g carbs, 5 g sugar, 4 g fiber, 1 g protein

These healthy ice cream bars are paleo in that they have no dairy or gluten. Each pop is free of cane or refined sugars, artificial flavorings, or chemical food dyes, says Greene. So, if you&rsquore craving a frozen treat and a vacay, every lick is a mini trip to the Caribbean.

Per serving: 120 calories, 7 g fat (7 g saturated), 12 g carbs, 11 g sugar, 1 g fiber, 1 g protein

From avo toast to avo frosting, you can add the supreme green to just about everything&mdashincluding ice cream&mdashand it will taste divine. Enter: this refreshing lemon creation from Cado, a dairy-free, avocado-based frozen dessert company. Money might not grow on trees, but ice cream now does.

Per serving: 170 calories, 12 g fat (1.5 g saturated), 18 g carbs, 13 g sugar, 1 g fiber, 1 g protein

Like that Klondike sandwich from childhood (mmmm, memories), but with nearly 10 fewer grams of sugar and at only 100 calories, it's an adult-approved dream. Even better? "It's soy-free! Which is a plus since soy, in this case, is usually heavily processed vs. when it's in it's natural state like edamame," says Green.

Per serving: 100 calories, 4 g fat (3 g saturated), 14 g carbs, 7 g sugar, 0 g fiber, 1 g protein

If you tried this low-cal option with your eyes closed, odds are you&rsquod think it was OG Ben & Jerry&rsquos. It tastes just like &ldquoreal&rdquo ice cream but with 70 percent less fat and 35 percent fewer cals. While its a bit higher in sugar than the other healthy options, its free of sugar alcohols or substitutes, proving once again that Ben and BFF Jerry know what&rsquos up.

Per serving: 150 calories, 5 g fat (2.5 g saturated), 25 g carbs, 16 g sugar, 1 g fiber, 4 g protein

Naturally fat-free and made of just fruit, water, and cane sugar (yup, that's it!), these pops are definitely one of the healthier options when craving a frozen sweet. But be careful! They're fairly high in sugar.

Per serving: 60 calories, 0 g fat (0 g saturated), 25 g carbs, 15 g sugar, 1 g fiber, 0 g protein