The flavor I decided to try is called pomegranate (which you can see in the picture). I picked it since I've never had pomegranate ice cream before! For those of you that don't like pomegranates, the cups also come in Mocha Cappuccino and Vanilla flavors as well (which I haven't tried yet -- let me know if they are good). The pre-portioned ice cream cups are decently sized (60 gram serving), and actually taste pretty good (although, I personally think that the consistency is closer to frozen yogurt rather than ice cream).
Since each individual ice cream cup is only 100 calories, you can easily add some low calorie whipped topping, nuts, cocoa nibs, or frozen fruit to create your own delicious, low calorie, and filling dessert. As an added bonus, the cups are also packed with probiotics (such as in yogurt) which contribute to healthy digestion and a stronger immune system.
The ice cream cups each have 100 calories, 3.5 grams of fat, 2 grams of fiber, and 3 grams of protein. All in all, these little ice cream cups make a great (and unexpectedly yummy) 2 weight watchers point snack or dessert.
Are there other Eating Right foods that you like that are worth checking out?
PS. Some other great low calorie ice-creamy desserts are Julie's ice cream sandwiches, Nada Moo ice cream, and Whole Soy and Co. frozen yogurts!