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Coconut Milk Ice Cream Sandwiches from So Delicious

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So Delicious Coconut Milk Minis

Yes, folks, it is FRIDAY and time to give away some ice cream to a lucky reader. Where I am located it is HOT and STICKY. I usually advocate for homemade popsicles but today is different.

You see, Snack Girl doesn't like low calorie ice cream. I want my ice cream to have cream in it - call me crazy. On the other hand, I find that it is difficult to keep my ice cream portion size reasonable.

How about a frozen treat that uses coconut milk instead of cream? Will that work?

I have to say YES it does. The key factor in this, is that it isn't trying to be conventional ice cream. It tastes like coconut milk and is creamy and you don't find yourself dreaming about Haagen Dazs vanilla.

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!

So Delicious is giving away three "Free Product Coupons" for So Delicious products of your choice ($15 retail value).

To enter comment below on your "healthy" ice cream ideas.

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So Delicious Dairy Free products can be found at major supermarket chains such as Walmart, Kroger, and Whole Foods. Check their Store Locator to find stores near you.

This product was received for review consideration. No other compensation was provided.


What will I win?
Three "Free Product Coupons" for So Delicious products of your choice ($15 retail value).

How do I enter?
Comment below on your healthy ice cream ideas.

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Am I eligible to enter?
This giveaway is offered to US residents only.

When do I find out if I am the winner?
The winner will be announced on July 22nd, 2011. You will have 2 weeks to e-mail us back with your home address so we can mail the prize.


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First 20 Comments: [ see all 300 ]

So Delicious are just that...........yummy & delicious & great alternative to ice cream loaded with fat, sugar and lots of calories

Debra on July 15, 2011

I've never tried but they look wonderful.

Tracy Gray on July 15, 2011

For healthy 'ice cream', I just run some frozen banana pieces through the food processor! It tastes amazing and you can add any mix in you want. Not to mention its FRUIT!

Becky on July 15, 2011

I like to freeze yogurt! Yummy treat! Otherwise, frozen grapes are so very refreshing!!

Missy on July 15, 2011

use a very small bowl :)

tanna riggs on July 15, 2011

I offered my 3 yr old some vanilla ice cream that a neighbor had made... and he actually turned it down and asked for one of the green smoothie pops I had made. He asked for, and happily ate the banana-pineapple-chinese cabbage-carrot top-parsley pop instead of the vanilla ice cream. I was in shock. so, our "healthy ice cream" idea is to just stick w/ the green smoothie pops - they obviously taste great if the kid ASKS for it.

Jessica on July 15, 2011

Ricotta Cheese, splenda (or sweet and low) a dash of vanilla and some cocoa power... (high protien, low fat)

You can change up the add ins to suit your taste, some expresso power or almond extract, or berries or smashed bananas

mandy winters on July 15, 2011

I see these at the natural foods store all the time and they look so good!
I usually buy Stonyfield frozen yogurt, because it's fairly healthy and tastes just like ice cream!

Cristina @ An Organic Wife on July 15, 2011

My 2 1/2 year old was just diagnosed with multiple food allergies. We have been dreaming of trying these!!! It is hard for not to be able to get ice cream from the ice cream truck anymore :(

Megan Parsley on July 15, 2011

Very Berry Popsicles: Puree fresh organic strawberries and blueberries with a little agave and some orange juice and freeze in pop molds.

Michele Musci on July 15, 2011

Frozen fruit blended with greek yogurt.

Alyssa on July 15, 2011

i like to dip bananas in dark chocolate and freeze them nice treat!

renee on July 15, 2011

So Delicious... Even though its pretty spendy, it makes a nice ice cream alternative.

Stacie Looney on July 15, 2011

I dont have any healthy ice cream ideas...I'm trying to learn how new low calorie cool treat ideas....

Janda on July 15, 2011

Oh my! I tried the So Delicious coconut milk ice cream just last week - and it was so creamy dreamy, rich & delicious that I couldn't eat even 1 serving size! Now that's good stuff! Love it!

Shari on July 15, 2011

So Delicious Fudge Pops!

If I'm going to have ice cream, its gotta be chocolate! :)

Katie on July 15, 2011

Ooh, these look delicious! My two favorite ways to cure the ice cream cravings are a) frozen blueberries--not the kind that come frozen, but freezing the fresh ones, and b) those tiny little ice cream cones from Trader Joe's--they're so good, and the chocolate ones are just rich enough to make you stop at one.

Cindy on July 15, 2011

I WANT this!

I freeze peeled bananas and then toss them in the blender. Instant ice cream!

Christine Alger on July 15, 2011

I have never tried dairy free dessert only than a sorbet, I would love to try this..love coconut!

Tiffany on July 15, 2011

is it totally milk free?
My son is milk allergic so it has to be free of all milk sugars. We use rice dream.Or make our own. He loves the dairy free (P) tofutti or Italian ices :)

tonya cinnamon on July 15, 2011

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