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When you live in the South, you kind of get used to the heat. Kind of. I’ve lived in Georgia since I was a teen so I know the heat is coming and I stock up on my favorite ice cream and frozen treats all year long. I recently had the chance to try some scrumptious ARCTIC ZERO®Frozen Desserts and I’ve been flipping out every since. Not just because the flavors are divine (try peanut butter swirl) but they’re fat-free. Repeat after me “guilt free.” Not only that but they also have Gluten-Free options, they’re GMO-Free, Lactose-Free and are made with healthy ingredients. Even diabetics can enjoy ARCTIC ZERO®Frozen Desserts.
There is a skill to serving these, one I’ve perfected over the course of the last few weeks. Not really, all I had to do was leave them out for a few minutes to soften. But hey, that just sounds too easy, doesn’t it? This creamy dessert hits the spot when the weather is brutally hot and I want something that tastes sweet but isn’t loaded with calories. Each pint only has 35 calories and we all know that calories can be worked off. Just stand up and dance around the room. Boom, calories gone.
These frozen desserts come in many different flavors and as I stated, I highly recommend the peanut butter swirl if this is your first time trying ARCTIC ZERO®Frozen Desserts. It was the first one I tried and from there I was completely hooked on these. We’ve now eaten every single one, and because I wanted to try them all, we shared them. And trust me when I say it wasn’t easy getting the kids to share theirs. “Each crave-worthy, low-calorie pint is made with hormone-free whey protein and sweetened naturally with monk fruit, making it low in sugar.” Because these desserts are low in sugar, I don’t even mind giving these to the kids.
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If you’re ready to buy your own ARCTIC ZERO®Frozen Desserts, you’ll be happy to know that you can buy these at Target, Albertsons, Kroger, Publix, Sprouts Farmers Market, Safeway, Walmart and Whole Foods Market as well as online at amazon.com and arcticzero.com. Click here to find a location near you.
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