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One of the fun things about blogging is getting to try new products and since we are into more natural healthy things, I was excited to get a box of ARCTIC ZERO® Fit Frozen Desserts® on my doorstep. Yes, it was delivered to my house via the magic of dry ice and a cooler box.
I'm not one to shy from healthy fats, but I would like to reduce our sugar intake so I jumped at the chance to try Arctic Zero. The creator of Arctic Zero made it for his Mom who suffered from Type 1 Diabetes. It is low glycemic making it a great choice for anyone trying to reduce sugar intake. It is sweetened naturally with monk fruit. It is made with hormone-free whey protein and is lactose free, GMO free, and available in gluten-free options. Arctic Zero is also certified kosher.
I should mention that Arctic Zero Fit Frozen Desserts are frozen very hard and have to thaw for about 15 minutes or you can pop them in the microwave for about 30 seconds before serving. They have to thaw a few minutes to make them scoop-able.
We had a lot of fun trying all of the flavors and deciding on our favorites. My husband and I both love Cookie Shake. It is our favorite. It reminds me of those pre-packaged frozen solid chocolate milkshakes from grade-school (in the 80's) that were a special treat if I was lucky enough to have been given extra lunch money. It also reminds me of one of my greatest weaknesses...fudgesicles.
If you haven't figured this out already I really like chocolate or rather I LOVE all things chocolate so my second and third favorites are Cherry Chocolate Chunk and Rocky Road Trip. In full disclosure, the only one I really didn't like was Cake Batter. It was very plain and didn't have enough flavor for me.
If you are like me and have a huge sweet tooth but want to consume less sugar, give Arctic Zero Fit Frozen Desserts a try. Arctic Zero Creamy pints are fat free and only 35 calories per half cup serving and 150 calories for the entire pint. Arctic Zero Chunky pints are low in fat (1-2.5 grams) and only 75 calories per half-cup serving and 300 calories for the entire pint, allowing you to indulge without guilt. They also contain 3-4 grams of protein and 2-3 grams of fiber per serving and would be perfect for smoothies and shakes.
Arctic Zero Pints are available to purchase at select Target stores, Albertsons, Kroger, Publix, Sprouts Farmers Market, Safeway, Walmart and Whole Foods Market as well as online at amazon.com and arcticzero.com.
Which flavor do you most want to try?
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