Arctic Zero Frozen Desserts Review

Ever wish you could enjoy all of your favorite foods while maintaining your health? Now you can! If you have a sweet tooth, you don’t have to give it up! Arctic Zero offers a variety of yummy dessert treats that you’d NEVER guess are healthy!

Arctic Zero sent me a nice selection of their ice cream pints and bars. Can you believe that ONE pint equals to 150 calories? That’s not common in the frozen treats aisle. I could go through a few hundred calories eating traditional ice cream. In addition to being a low-cal treat, they are also gluten-free and fat-free.  It also has a low-glycemic index for type 2 diabetics. My boyfriend really desired to try these out, so I let him go at it. He’s diabetic, and we’re constantly on a quest to discovering healthy, diabetic-friendly foods.


While he spent this past weekend with me, he devoured a whole pint of Cookies and Cream ice cream (not in one sitting – of course). When I looked at the pint, I thought it looked more like chocolate mousse than cookies and cream ice cream, but Frank thoroughly enjoyed it. He’s not a picky eater, unlike me. 

Arctic Zero frozen desserts contain only natural or organic ingredients. There is also 14 grams of whey protein, which is exceptionally great for those looking to build muscle mass. In addition to protein, there is also 8 grams of fiber!

I received two boxes of Arctic Zero bars – strawberry/orange and chocolate/vanilla. I’m going to be honest (as always), I was not a fan of the strawberry and orange bars. I figured I wouldn’t like it, but decided to try it out anyways. However, I LOVED the vanilla bar! I was pleasantly surprised to learn that there is only 85 calories per bar. This makes an excellent dessert for those watching their figure. There are 70% fewer calories in Arctic Zero bars than the premium bars.

Have a sweet tooth? Trying to stay healthy? Give Arctic Zero a try!!

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