Hawaii Mom Blog: Halo Top Ice Cream Review




January 25, 2016

Halo Top Ice Cream Review

Disclosure: Coupons for free product were provided for review purposes.

I love ice cream.

I really love ice cream.

I could probably finish off a pint in a couple of days.

Which is why I hardly ever have any ice cream in the house - I have almost no will power when it comes to ice cream.

But I think my "no ice cream in the house" rule may change thanks to Halo Top.

Halo Top is a low-calorie, high protein, low sugar ice cream that I was very eager to try.

I went to a local market to pick up two pints of Halo Top ice cream - Vanilla Bean and Strawberry.

I decided to try the Strawberry ice cream first.

It was really good - light, creamy, with a nice strawberry flavor.  It offers 6 grams of protein per 1/2 pint serving, and I love that it's all natural, with no artificial sweeteners.

The Vanilla Bean was my favorite of the two flavors.  It was sinfully delicious!

And to think an entire pint has no more than 280 calories!  You'll find about the same number of calories in a 1/2 cup (4 servings in a pint) serving in other popular ice cream brands.

That's pretty impressive.

But what is even more impressive is that the taste is not sacrificed at all.  The ice cream is super yummy - even my kids enjoyed it!

Thanks to Halo Top, I can have ice cream at home and indulge without any guilt!

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