My/Mo Mochi Ice Cream
Via My/Mo Mochi Ice CreamDaring to try an international treat? My/Mo Mochi Ice Cream takes traditional ice cream flavors, like mint chocolate chip and cookies & cream, and coats it with mochi, a sweet rice dough from Japan. The bite-sized balls have only 110 calories, which means guilt-free indulging you can’t get from a heaping bowl of ice cream.
So Delicious Dairy-Free Ice Cream
Via Whole Foods MarketWhether you’re lactose-intolerant or laying off dairy to lose a few pounds, So Delicious has the desserts you’re looking for. Their alternative ice creams are made with cashew, almond, coconut, or soy milk, all of which have their own benefits other than being non-dairy. Flavors like Mocha Almond Fudge and Chocolate Peanut Butter Swirl make you assume they’re loaded with fat and sugar, but each kind is under 200 calories.
365 Everyday Value Fruit & Veggie Bars
Via Whole Foods MarketThese frozen bars are sold exclusively at Whole Foods, and they’re worth a special trip. True to their name, each flavor combines fruits and vegetables; their newest ones are carrot tangerine, berry rhubarb fruit, and tropical greens. Plus, just one bar contains a half cup of vegetables and fruit, making it a refreshing way to meet your daily needs. This is what happens when you don’t eat enough fruits and veggies.
Perfect Puree Flavored Ice
Via The Perfect Purée of Napa ValleySkip the caloric syrups and dyes found in store-bought flavored ice and make your own. Perfect Purée concentrates and purees are used in restaurants and catering kitchens all over the world because they provide that fresh fruit flavor without the struggle of peeling and slicing. Now you can get those benefits in your own home. Just stir ½ cup of any Perfect Purée flavor into three cups of water, freeze, and enjoy.