Frozen Treats

When the temps are hot, there's nothing better than a cool, sweet treat.

By Live Naturally Staff

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July is National Ice Cream Month, so what better way to celebrate than with a yummy frozen treat? Here are three of our latest favorites.

ProYo Low Fat Ice Cream

ProYo had an unlikely beginning after founder Nathan Carey experienced a devastating weightlifting accident. But what started as a life-altering injury transformed into a revelation. Inspired by people that he met through his recovery, many who had very limited diets, Carey set out to create a delicious and nutritious treat. ProYo is a unique high-protein ice cream with 10 grams and a mere 120 calories per serving.

Flavors: Vanilla Bean, Coconut, Dark Chocolate Toffee, Mint Chip, Dutch Chocolate, Blueberry Pomegranate, Mocha

Arctic Zero

Greg Holtman’s sweet tooth and a youth spent with a family member who was a type-1 diabetic inspired him to develop a healthy — and indulgent — frozen dessert. Made with hormone-free whey protein and sweetened with low-calorie monk fruit, Arctic Zero Fit Frozen Desserts is low glycemic and lactose free. Comes in both smooth and chunky flavors that are under 100 calories per half-cup serving.

Flavors: Cappuccino, Salted Caramel, Vanilla Maple, Poppin’ Pomegranate, Cookie Shake, Hint of Mint, Rocky Road Trip, Cookie Dough Chip, Peanut Butter Swirl, Brownie Blast, Cherry Chocolate Chunk, Snickerdoodle Dandy, Chocolate Peanut Butter

Lifeway ProBugs Frozen Kefir

These treats are a fun way to get healthy probiotics into your kids’ bellies. This Frozen Kefir is a nutritious and delicious dessert that packs 10 live and active probiotic cultures in each pop. Made with all natural ingredients and packed with excellent sources of protein and calcium, this tart and tangy treat has just a mere 70 calories and 12 grams of sugar per pop. And it comes in flavors with fun names that your kids will love. 

Flavors: Goo Berry Pie, Orange Creamy Crawler, Strawnana Split

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