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Healthy Frozen Treats

After flaming Snapple for their sorbet bars, I decided to be more positive and share some of the better healthy frozen treats you can find in your freezer section.

My favorite has to be the Jolly Llama Sorbet Squeezups. My kids went nuts over these and they are made with whole fruit - not concentrates or juices. There is added sugar but unlike other popsicles that I have reviewed (see: Don't Be Fooled By This Popsicle Marketing Trick), the FIRST ingredient is fruit.

They come in blueberry, raspberry, peach, mango, strawberry, acai berry, and banana coconut sorbet flavors.

They taste AMAZING and are a great fix for when you want to eat a tub of Ben and Jerry's because the portion size is figured out for you. Here are the nutrition facts for one Raspberry Sorbet Squeezup:

70 calories, 0 g fat, 19 g carbohydrates, 0 g protein, 3 g fiber, 0 mg sodium, 2 Points+

A package of 4 retails for $4.99 and can be found here: Jolly Llama Where To Buy

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If you can’t find Jolly LLama, you will be able to find the Haagen Dazs sorbet cups in your freezer section. I reviewed them here A Healthy Snack Friend In The Ice Cream Aisle and they cost about $1.25 each.

They don’t have as much fruit as Jolly Llama but they are still a good choice.

If you live near a Whole Foods, these are a great option. They cost about $2.20 for a box and the first ingredient is FRUIT. For the strawberry frozen fruit bars they have:

110 calories, 0 g fat, 25 g carbohydrates, 25 g sugar, 0 g protein, 1 g fiber, 1 mg sodium, 3 Points+

These delicious bars come in an assortment of flavors: Caribbean, Lime, Mango, Strawberry and Coconut.

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These aren’t made with fruit but I like these. So Delicious Dairy Free came up with a mini frozen dessert using coconut milk. Check out the nutritional facts:

100 calories, 3.5 g fat, 15 g carbohydrates, 1 g protein, 2 g fiber, 50 mg sodium, 2 Points+

It has 7 grams of sugar per serving and uses agave syrup as the added sugar ingredient. So you are getting about half the sugar and fat as compared to regular ice cream.

The beauty of these sandwiches is that they are just trying to be what they are - coconut milk frozen treats!

Please share your favorite healthy frozen treats.

These products were received for review consideration. No other compensation was provided.


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14 Comments:

Frozen grapes are the best and no points plus for the Weight Watcher types out there. Also tried Dole frozen pineapple cups--it's just pineapple chunks--tasty!

on June 22, 2012

Thanks for the coupon !! off to WF

on June 22, 2012

I'll have to try the Jolly Llama squeezes. My fav is Yasso Frozen Greek Yogurt Pops - only 70 calorie and 6 gm protein!

on June 22, 2012

I always think about putting those So Delicious coconut ice cream sandwiches in my cart, but for some reason I've never actually pulled the trigger.

on June 22, 2012

Thanks for this information - I was in the habit of eating ice cream every night - WW type but still. I switched to sherbet or yogurt with fruit but I like the idea of sorbet.

on June 22, 2012

I like to freeze all natural applesauce cups. They take a long time to eat and are super yummy. Sometimes I sprinkle Cinnamon on them as I eat them. Winn Dixie has a frozen tropical fruit bar as well that is pretty good.

on June 22, 2012

I have had the Whole Foods frozen fruit bars and they are pretty good. I have had the strawberry and the coconut...The coconut is kind of weird but it is pretty good.

on June 22, 2012

I've been wondering how the mini's taste.

on June 22, 2012

Healthy and Agave should not be used in the same post. Agave nectar is just as unhealthy as and processed as high fructose corn syrup is.

on June 22, 2012

I know I've had something by Jolly Llama before... I can't wait to try these!

on June 22, 2012

Still going with the points program? Luck!

on June 23, 2012

Just food for thought for all the organic eaters. You know those vitamins you take? I bet you never looked at where they come from. Happy eating.

on June 23, 2012

I LOVE ice cream...thanks for the healthier versions, I will try them! @ BC: please be a positive poster, no need to pass judgement on how others eat. What works for them, may not work for you but that doesn't mean it is not good. be kind! ;)

on June 25, 2012

I love Edy's Fruit Bars. The ones with coconut, pineapple and orange are actually not that bad as long as you aren't watching your carbs and/or blood sugar... a nice treat for once-in-a-while, certainly better than other things.

on June 25, 2012


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