frozen goodies

phatgirl
By phatgirl Latest Reply 2009-09-19 22:16:06 -0500
Started 2009-09-08 00:13:05 -0500

how many of us like ICE CREAM? here is an subsitute! buy cool-whip, any flavor, regular,french vanilla,strawberry,chocolate.
and freeze it. its as good as ice cream and low calories and sugar,fat,its great!!


9 replies

Shark
Shark 2009-09-19 22:16:06 -0500 Report

I am an "ice-cream-aholic" - however, I have learned to monitor my intake. There are lots of things I will consider an alternative for in my diet - high fiber/low carb bread, low-fat cheeses, etc… but, I will not compromise on ice-cream. For me…I am better off limiting my intake of what I really want vs. trying a lower calorie/lower sugar/lower whatever alternative.
More power to everyone…and good luck!

judyb
judyb 2009-09-19 08:06:24 -0500 Report

I definitely will give this a try. This tip was very welcome after a very down day I had yesterday. Another thought on this, remember the old Watergate Salad recipe? One container of Cool Whip (sugar-free for us), one pkg of sugar-free instant pistachio pudding, and one can of crushed pineapple in its own juice. Mix all together (including pineapple juice). Refrigerate. I haven't calculated the carbs and food exchanges as yet. Anyone out there have any suggestions on the equivalents/quantity in a serving?

Kelly Jeanette
Kelly Jeanette 2009-09-15 19:01:37 -0500 Report

Another frozen treat I like is low fat yoplait yogurt. Freeze it and it's just like ice cream and since it comes in a small cup there is no chance to over indulge.

hbkunkel
hbkunkel 2009-09-09 21:31:59 -0500 Report

Sounds great and anything that satisfies my sweet tooth without carbs, and is low fat, but tastes great to worth while trying!
Betsie

Avera
Avera 2009-09-08 00:36:38 -0500 Report

This is a favorite of mine also. Sometimes I just buy the plain sugar free coolwhip and add prepared sugar free pudding to get the flavor I like. Then I freeze it. It is more creamy this way. BUT your way has lots less calories so it is better for us.

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