These Weight Watchers Frozen Greek Yogurt pops have only 80 calories per bar, and 5g protein! They didn't upset my tummy (Greek yogurt has less lactose than regular yogurt, and yogurt in general has less lactose than milk). It tasted creamy and a bit tangy at the same time--healthy but still like "real" food because there's plenty of FLAVOR going on. The swirl was overly concentrated in the middle of the bar, and the peach flavor was average. Basically, it tastes like peach yogurt. Also available in blueberry swirl. I would definitely try these again, especially if they came out with berry or pomegranate flavors (peach and blueberry are not my fave yogurt flavors...).
This little pint was very disappointing. The texture is smooth and creamy (kind of like a more solid version of fro yo), but it's kind of grey in color, which isn't very appetizing. And then I took a bite... There wasn't a lot of sweetness, or flavor, or really anything else going on. It tasted like some science experiment diet food, not like real food AT ALL. I wanted to like this because of the low cal content, and the low lactose content, but it ended up going in the trash after a few spoonfuls. It's available in other flavors, like Chocolate Peanut Butter, but I'm done wasting my money on this product. Hungry Girl recommends it--maybe a different flavor would be better?
I had a hankering for ice cream the other night. I'm somewhat lactose intolerant--I can have the real stuff, but it wreaks havoc on my tummy. I decided to peruse the frozen treats section to see if I could find any low/no-lactose goodies to satisfy me.
What are your favorite frozen treats? Are they high calorie or low calorie?
Hi, I'm Marilyn! I run for beer and I love makeup. I was born and raised in the Pacific NW. I'm also a writer for We Heart This and a former writer for Run Oregon.