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Halo Top Light Ice Cream

June 23, 2017

Nutritional Profile 4/5

(Per ½ Cup) 

Calories: 60 - 80

Sugars: avg. 5 grams

Carbs: avg. 13g (65% calories)

Protein: 5g+ (25% calories)

Fat: 2-3 g (15% calories)

Fiber: 3g+


Taste 5/5

     These little pints are a dream come true for ice cream enthusiasts. With less than 400 calories per pint, some flavors as low as 240 calories per pint, the danger of having ice cream in the freezer is reduced. Even if you break down and eat the entire pint of Halo Top in your freezer, the damage to your diet is minimal.


     And these desserts aren’t just full of fat, sugar, artificial sweeteners or fillers. Every cream flavor has at least 20 grams of protein as well as a healthy dose of calcium (up to 40% your daily value) per pint. So, if you eat a single serving (½ cup) of Halo, you’re only ingesting 60-80 calories, and around 5 grams of

sugar. The macronutrient ratio is also fairly balanced. They are made with real ingredients like real milk, prebiotics, sea salt, and stevia.


     While each pint is slightly expensive, at about $3, this ice cream packs nutritional benefits into a delicious and harmless treat that is well worth the expense. And there are 17 different flavor options for every sweet tooth including classic vanilla bean, rich red velvet, sea salt caramel, peanut butter cup, birthday cake and more.




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