Who doesn't love ice cream? I'm a health nut, but ice cream is my weakness! I have finally cross paths with an ice cream that is healthy, rich in protein and low in sugar. What is it? HALO TOP. Halo Top has 240 calories per pint and has such a great taste. I was a little worried how the texture would be. I made protein ice cream before with Casein protein powder and almost yacked.. so my expectations were low when trying this product. 

My best friend and I were excited to try this Halo Top, but were skeptical about this healthy ice cream that we wanted to see reviews on it first! We found that the Chocolate and Strawberry flavors were the best. Vanilla & Lemon Cake wasn't that great in flavor. So when we went to Ralph's.. there was literally 1 chocolate left and the rest were Mint Chip. We looked at each other like.. "Mint Chip?!.. they didn't mention Mint Chip on the reviews" We got it anyways. 

To our surprise, Mint Chip is freaking DELICIOUS. There is no bad after taste.. it really does taste like ice cream! Let's take a look at the facts:

  • All Natural
  • No GMOs
  • Rich in protein
  • Low in Sugar
  • Low in Calories
  • Vegan Friendly
  • Gluten Free

Chocolate Flavor | Serving Size: 1/2 cup, Calories: 60, Fat: 2g, Carbs: 14g, Protein: 6g

Where can you get it? I'm surprised I've never seen this brand in stores, but they're pretty much every where. Ralph's, Whole Foods, Sprouts etc. You can also look at Halo Top Creamery's website to see if there's a location near you

Special thanks to Halo Top Creamery for gifting me with this! 

So relax, eat ya ice cream guilt-free & listen to Kehlani (one of my new fav artists) - Get away (esta Remix)





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