Last summer, some of my friends made some blueberry ice cream that was just amazing. It was made with whole milk and fresh blueberries, sweetened with honey, and was absolutely fabulous. This summer, I decided to try it, but ended up making frozen yogurt instead. I’m lactose intolerant, so I can only do a very small amount of ice cream before I end up regretting my decision. Starting with yogurt and making frozen yogurt seemed like a great alternative. And it was. I started with fat free Greek yogurt. It provided a delicious and creamy base for the dessert, but without the fat. I used plain yogurt since I wanted to add a bit of honey for flavor, and the vanilla was easy enough to add as well. I used my frozen yogurt and sorbet maker from Cuisinart, but you can use any ice cream maker you have. Alternatively, just…
Get a powerful dose of protein with Forte’s High Protein Gelato! I just discovered these at my local Sprouts store and I’m so glad I decided to pick some up. The creamy, delicious and low Points gelato, offers a fantastic 15g of protein per serving.
As far as low calorie prepared frozen desserts go, Skinny Cow takes the cake, in my opinion. I have tried just about every single one of their frozen sweet treats, and I have yet to be disappointed. And their new Cookies ‘n Dough Candy Bars Made with Low Fat Ice Cream are no exception – they are delicious! Just the perfect size that leaves me feeling satisfied and my craving feeling conquered. It’s the perfectly portion controlled goodie for when you need a sweet fix, STAT. With just the right amount of chocolate, caramel, ice cream and cookie dough chunks, I don’t feel deprived and I don’t feel guilty! At just 4 Points Plus per bar, Skinny Cow Cookies ‘n Dough Ice Cream Bars are a fantastic way to treat yourself.
Just spotted these new, low calorie ice cream bars at Sprouts, and they are sooooooo good, I couldn’t wait to share! Enlightened, The Good For You Ice Cream, has launched a line of ice cream bars that are just 70 calories each and only 3g of sugar, with NO artificial sweeteners, and are only 2 Points + per bar.
Here it is folks, the first official day of summer! And what better way to kick off the season than with the announcement from Baskin-Robbins that they have some AMAZING new low Points Plus ice cream flavors!!! They are a part of their BRight Choices menu selections and are premium churned, light, no sugar added ice cream, frozen yogurt, and sorbet selections.
If you are a fan of frozen yogurt, you’re going to flip for the new Stonyfield Oikos Organic Nonfat Greek Frozen Yogurt. Not only is it super creamy, and much better tasting than most frozen yogurts I’ve tried, the nutritional stats are awesome! Each 1/2 cup has just 3 Points Plus.
If you want a great, low calorie dessert idea that doesn’t require any preparation or cooking, and has just 3 PointsPlus per serving, get to grocery store ASAP and check the freezer aisles for Dreyer’s two new flavors in their Slow Churned Light Ice Cream Line – Triple Cookie Fudge Sundae Ice Cream and Triple Chocolate Peanut Butter Sundae Ice Cream.
In the midst of this hot summer, having a nice cool, creamy ice cream bar sounds ideal. But if you are a Weight Watcher, it’s not always easy to find low calorie ice cream bars that are tasty and low in Weight Watchers Points.
This ice cream sandwich recipe is so beyond good, no one will have any idea that they are actually eating a healthy, Weight Watchers friendly one! Its rich, chocolate-y, decadent, and incredibly filling!