Frozen Desserts Under 150 Calories
Cool down this summer with low-calorie popsicles, frozen pops, and granitas featuring the summer's freshest flavors.
Raspberry-Mint Ice Pops
Beat the summer heat with these refreshing raspberry-mint ice pops for only 58 calories each!
Lemon-Blueberry Twist Pops
Reap the benefits of both dairy and blueberries with these 3-ingredient, low-calorie frozen pops. Yogurt and milk offer calcium and vitamin D while blueberries are high in antioxidants and phytonutrients.
Minted Watermelon and Lemon Ice Pops
Boasting just 82 calories and a boatload of vitamin C, these double-decker popsicles feature a sweet-tart lemon layer topped with a minty watermelon layer. If you prefer one flavor over the other, double the amount of ingredients required for each layer and make single flavored pops.
Only 3 ingredients needed for this company-friendly after-dinner treat. Fresh lemon zest and juice offer a tart flavor that pairs well with the sugar and fresh mint. This summery make-ahead dessert offers a healthy dose of antioxidants from the lemons and basil.
Take your pool party or happy hour to the next level with this low-calorie, adults-only frozen beverage. Freezing this traditional Spanish beverage makes it a warm weather treat.
It's easy to make these cool, two-layer pops. Simply process one melon with juice, pour into a mold or cup. Let it freeze until slightly firm, then top with the other layer of melon and juice. Each pop has less than 40 calories per serving and provides vitamin C and B vitamins from the cantaloupe and honeydew.
Three ingredients are all you need to create this melon-flavored treat that's completely free of refined sugar.
Finish off the evening with a spicy-sweet iced dessert featured cranberry juice, mint, jalapeño pepper, and fresh lime juice. The complex flavors make this an adult favorite that can be enjoyed year round. Use low-calorie cranberry juice to lower the calories and sugar content.
Extremely healthy and naturally fat-free, sweet mango ice provides both vitamins A and C from the mangoes and orange juice. Enjoy this simple, make-ahead dish as a warm weather dessert or afternoon snack.
It doesn't get any simpler than this two ingredient recipe featuring the antioxidant-rich ingredients: pineapple and fresh mint. At less than 120 calories, this sweet, icy dessert is the perfect closer to a steamy summer day.
Costing less than $1 per serving, this blueberry granite takes on a bold flavor profile by the addition of ginger-flavored simple syrup. Because blueberries help to fight cancer, improve memory, and lower cholesterol, you can feel good indulging in this low-calorie dessert.
Blueberry-Banana Ice Cream
This "ice cream" is actually dairy-free, making it the perfect frozen treat for your vegan and lactose-intolerant friends. Just 4 ingredients mean it's super simple to make and even simpler to eat!