You’re splurging on a frozen treat. The supermarket freezer is bursting with choices! How do regular, premium and ‘healthy’ ice creams, gelato, sorbet, sherbet and frozen custard compare?
Are the popular new “healthy” ice creams like Halo Top®, Arctic Zero® and Breyer’s Delights® too good to be true? A registered dietitian weighs in.
Trying to avoid milk? This delicious treat is for you.
Ice cream made with frozen fruit and coconut cream is every bit as rich and delicious as dairy-based ice cream. And the raspberries in this delicious, dairy-free treat are a fantastic source of vitamin C and fiber.
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Follow tips from pediatric registered dietitian Jennifer Willoughby, RD, LD, to learn how your children can enjoy their favorite summertime snacks without the added sugars or artificial flavors.
Choose the right ice cream cone, and you can have your cake and eat it too. On average, a cake cone has only 17 calories — less than half the calories of a sugar cone (50 calories) and 85 percent less calories than a waffle cone (115 calories). You can enjoy your ice cream today in … Read More
Ice cream takes many of us back to childhood: summers with friends eating creamy, dripping cones. As adults, we can still enjoy this treat and the feelings it evokes, but for our health, we need to take a wise approach and eat ice cream in moderation. It’s hard to believe, but an average large milkshake … Read More