Arctic Zero Frozen Desserts. All The Taste… None Of The Fat.
I love food. I love food even more when it’s not helping to put extra fat on my body. With that being said, I have a weakness for not just good food, but good tasting food. When I attended Natural Products Expo East in Baltimore,MD last September, I was introduced to a lot of delicious foods. Many products piqued my interest and had my mouth watering and my mind and body saying, “Thank you, Healthy Food people”. One of those products was Arctic Zero. Man, oh man, do I love this company!
What Is Arctic Zero?
In case you haven’t heard about it or seen it in your local store yet, Arctic Zero is an
ice cream … I mean a frozen dessert. We can’t call it an ice cream because there’s no lactose in it. That means that the people who aren’t fond of eating or are not fortunate enough to consume lactose can enjoy it. Arctic Zero desserts are also :
- Low Glycemic
- Fat Free
- Gluten Free
- GMO Free
And yeah… they still taste ah-mazing even without all that extra stuff that those other brands have. No, I’m not joking. They taste really good. The product line includes creamy pints, chunky pints (they have yummy chunks of cookie, brownie, or nuts in it), and chocolate dipped bars with various flavors that are sure to satisfy a lot of cravings. Best thing about having Arctic Zero on deck for me at home? Low calories intake. I mean, I can eat an entire pint and not feel like I have to go and run a marathon after,lol!
How Is It On The Waistline?
Seriously, though… for some of the line, a pint can contain 80 calories… for the whole pint!! Take a look at some of the flavors that are available below. *Note-these are flavors that the company sent me to try. There are more flavors available to you at your store, if your store carries Arctic Zero.
How Does It Taste… REALLY?
Are you seeing how yummy those chocolate dipped bars look? Oh..Em…GEEEEE !! I really, really enjoy these treats. I’ve actually replaced my other ice cream treats with these. No joke. My kids haven’t made the switch yet, but hey, you can’t have everything,lol. I won’t say that Arctic Zero taste exactly like ice cream, because it doesn’t. In my opinion, not many things can completely give the taste and texture that a real dairy and lactose filled cream can. However, these treats are so delicious and flavor filled, you won’t miss the fatty cream once you try them. So far, I’ve been able to find Arctic Zero frozen desserts at Giant and Target, but the site has a store locator you can use to see where they are located near you. If you get a chance to try them out, I highly suggest it. The pints and bars are delicious,and they won’t kill you diet (if you’re on one). For more information on Arctic Zero, check out their company description below or visit the website! Thanks for reading!!!
As a child, ARCTIC ZERO founder, Greg Holtman, vividly remembers caring for his mother, who was a type-1 diabetic. While Greg and his family loved sweets, especially ice cream, most desserts at the time contained artificial sweeteners and ingredients. Unwilling to compromise between indulging his sweet tooth and maintaining a healthy lifestyle, Greg set out to craft a functional, yet indulgent, dessert with premium ingredients. After years of recipe tinkering using ingredients you can understand®, ARCTIC ZERO was born – a line of Fit Frozen Desserts with zero compromise. Made with the finest quality whey protein and sweetened with antioxidant-rich monk fruit, our desserts are nutrition-packed to boost energy, improve muscle tone and help you be your best. You won’t find any artificial flavors, sweeteners or colors here.So whether you’re looking for a post-workout snack, watching your weight or following a special diet, our handcrafted desserts are the perfect way to taste the sweet life with zero guilt.
Disclaimer: I received this product either complimentary OR for monetary compensation from the aforementioned company/manufacturer. As Writer/Blogger, I agree to use this product and post my honest opinion on my blog. The opinions posted are my own. Thank you for reading... ~Tricia~