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Halo Top Creamery uses organic stevia and erythritol instead of sugar, adds plenty of protein (which helps with satiety, and is generally less dense than traditional ice cream, allowing for a 240–280 calorie count for an entire carton. In recent years, this healthy ice cream alternative has become a bonafide household classic. For a healthy ice cream choice, simply freeze bananas and blend them into a creamy consistency. For added flavor, we recommend dark chocolate or a spoonful of peanut butter. Combining coconut milk and vanilla creates a flavor explosion that is as delicious as regular ice-cream.
You need full-fat canned coconut milk, a sweetener of your choice, a bit of salt, and. Kefir contains tons of protein, vitamin D, and healthy probiotics, which can aid digestion and improve gut health. Kefir is slightly less sweet than standard ice cream but is just as creamy and thick.
Dairy-free Ice Creams – This is a great alternative for those who are sensitive to lactose or dairy. Greek Frozen Yogurt: While it looks like ice cream, this frozen Greek yogurt packs extra protein healthy enough to enjoy for breakfast! So get out of the long line at your neighborhood froyo joint and head home to make this. Three easy ingredients and a little time in the freezer is all you need to put together this divine dessert. (via Chobani). As the name implies, coconut milk is the base ingredient of this organic ice-cream alternative.
It’s sweetened with agave and then flavored with. Make sure you choose ice creams with skim milk or without any dairy at all. Of course, there is no healthier alternative to industrial ice cream than the one you can make at home. If you do eat dairy, use skim milk or other low-fat products.
Cottage cheese-based ice creams, for instance, are super creamy and smooth. Happy National Ice Cream month! Cooling off in the summer with a frozen treat is one of the best feelings in the world! So to honor this sweet treat, we’ve put together three delicious ice cream alternatives that are healthy and don’t require added sugar or an ice cream maker!
Strawberry Banana Sorbet. Serving size: ½ recipe Servings per. For a healthy vanilla ice cream, your best bet is Halo Top Vanilla Bean. This might not come as much of a shock, seeing that Halo Top has surpassed other big-name brands to become the best-selling ice cream pint in the country. Each pint contains 280 calories and 20 grams of protein.
Halo Top’s made a name for itself as a bona fide fan favorite—largely because it’s a low-cal, high protein healthy ice cream option that still tastes delish. Go for flavors like Mint Chip or.
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