Monday, May 28, 2012
Arctic Zero Frozen Dessert Review!!
I am an ice cream aficionado. No matter what it's flavor, size or shape, I love ice cream. As most of you already know though, I have been on a healthier diet the past 2 months. That means no ice cream. (I did break the diet once for a bowl of Rocky Road...it was sooo good!). However, I found an alternative, and one that tastes absolutely delicious! Arctic Zero is a frozen dessert that gives you a healthy alternative to ice cream.
"Everyone remembers the old children's' rhyme about how we all scream for ice cream. But in today's more health conscious environment, ice cream has become the guiltiest of pleasures. Ice cream may make you scream all right, but in an entirely different way than we used to. Fortunately, Arctic Zero® has changed the equation. Now you can have an ice cream-like treat that has less than 150 Calories per pint. It's like a delicious-tasting frozen protein shake you can spoon."
Arctic Zero sent me some of their pints and bars for review. Right away, I tried out the Chocolate Peanut Butter. And from there I was hooked! The dessert tastes best when you let it sit for about 5 minutes; it reaches a smooth, creamy, frozen consistency, and the flavor is much richer. It was a little odd at first to be eating a chocolate peanut butter "ice cream" without chunks of peanut butter like most ice creams, but although you can't see the PB, you can definitely taste it! It is super yummy! My second favorite is the Mint Chocolate Cookie. Again, you don't have the cookie pieces, but the flavor is easily distinguished. I polished off the entire pint in one sitting! And the best part is that I didn't have to feel guilty-one pint of Arctic Zero has less than 150 calories!
The bars were also a big hit. These come in 4 flavors; Vanilla, Chocolate, Strawberry and Orange. The vanilla is my favorite, and it tastes just like an ice cream bar! All the taste without the calories; these contain only 85 calories per bar!
If you're looking for a healthy alternative to ice cream, I suggest you try out Arctic Zero. You can also visit their Facebook page or follow Arctic Zero on Twitter to stay updated!
Posted by Hope at 2:52 PM