Jamba Yogurt and Sorbet Bars

Here in SoCal, the temperatures have been well into the 100’s this past week. Therefore, all I’m craving is cold stuff. Cold salads, cold sandwiches, and of course ice cream and frozen yogurt. A few weeks back, I saw this week’s fabulous Food Find at my grocery store and made a mental note to give it a try soon. Well, this past weekend, while emptying out the frozen desserts section, I decided to give these frozen yogurt and sorbet bars a try. Boy, am I glad I did!! While I’ve always been a fan of Jamba Juice Light Smoothies, I was never in love with them. So I wasn’t super psyched to try their new line of frozen goods. But their tasty new Jamba Yogurt & Sorbet Bars have lured me in! Wanna learn more about these 1 Point goodies? Keep reading, folks!

Jamba Yogurt & Sorbet Bars

According to their website, Jamba Sorbet Bars and Jamba Sorbet & Yogurt Bars are made with ripe, luscious, real fruit and are a good source of Vitamin C and fiber. Packing all the goodness of nature’s bounty in a 70-90 calorie bar, frozen never tasted so good! They come in the following mouth-watering flavors: Vanilla Blueberry Pomegranate Perfection, Peach Blackberry Smash, Vanilla Strawberry Jubilation, Coconut Pineapple Passion Smashin’, and Strawberry Lemonade Swirl. Each of these frozen yogurt bars has just 2 Weight Watchers Points. If you are looking for a tasty, cold Weight Watchers snack to have on hand during these last few weeks of summer heat, then I highly suggest you get your sweaty self to the store and grab some of these Jamba bars, ASAP!

Entire box ha 4 servings
Serving size is 1 bar
Each serving = 2 Points

PER SERVING: 70-90 calories; 0-2 g fat; 18-20 g carbohydrates; 0-1 g protein; 3 g fiber

3 Comments

  1. It's been hot in Omaha, too! I found these at a local WalMart and bought the Coconut Pineapple Passion Smashin' and they are DELISH! Creamy, smooth, flavorful and good for you, too. I'm going back for the other flavors tomorrow!

  2. I checked the pomegranate vanilla sorbet and yogurt probiotic bar with the WW calculator and it came up as 2 points. It says 1 point… Why am I coming up with another number?

    • Yes, this post was originally based on the old Points plan…I’ll update it right now! Thanks!

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