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21 8/30/12 11:10 A
If I want ice cream, I'll have ice cream :) I just make sure to fit it into my macros for the day. This does not mean I will eat the whole tub in one sitting, just eating a serving size, especially if I've had a really intense lifting session that day.
8/30/12 11:01 A
once a week we go to different ice cream shops. something to look forward to it.
Trader Joe's Hold the Cone mini ice cream cones are the perfect little bite (actually about 3 -4 bites) of cone, chocolate, and ice cream and only 70 calories each cone. You could even have two and still meet nutrition goals for the day if you're careful.
The best part for me is that it's the real deal, just a small portion. No need to substitute with something artificial
Edited by: JUSTKLH at: 8/30/2012 (10:39)
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8/30/12 3:43 A
I eat sugar-free popsicles (about 40 cals. for 2) or Carb Smart ice cream (5 carbs each).
Taking it one day at a time! Tertoo
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8,539 8/30/12 3:34 A
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I eat only a litttle bit.
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8/30/12 3:29 A
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8/29/12 12:12 A
I love Skinny Cow Ice Cream Sandwiches, they are the perfect size.
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8/29/12 12:04 A
That sounds awesome... coffee ice cream with hot fudge. I wish I hadn't read that
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8/29/12 12:03 A
I get individual cups, like the cute sundae cups or Weight Watchers pre packaged ice cream/treats. The only way I can stay on track. And I like to know exact calorie counts/portion sizes so this helps.
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263 8/28/12 11:41 P
about once every three months, ice cream don't like me,,,, all ice cream hurts my gut. I've tried all kinds, i do mean every product i can find/buy.
I am worth the effort
8/28/12 11:41 P
One half cup at a time. I serve my ice cream in a 4 oz measuring cup. Once a week i go to Golden Spoon for a frozen yogurt.
8/28/12 11:00 P
I eat way too much ice cream....favorite is coffee ice cream with hot fudge.
8/28/12 10:09 P
once a week we go to the local shops to get our ice cream fix!
8/28/12 10:05 P
frozen yogurt or these little frozen fruit cream bars I found at Aldi's that have only 50 calories.
Fitness Minutes: (3,951)
8/28/12 9:30 P
I just found that Turkey Hill makes frozen yogurt. I picked some up yesterday. It was chocolate marshmallow and one serving (1/2 cup) has 110 calories which I think is very reasonable. I plan on having this once a week or so.
My weight loss journey restarted on 1/26/13 at 175.8 lbs. My goal weight is 125lbs.
8/28/12 9:30 P
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8/28/12 9:15 P
I eat real ice cream. Not a fan of fake diet substitutes
Eat what you like and if someone comments, eat them too
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8/28/12 9:08 P
I just eat a 1/4 or 1/2 cup of frozen yogurt instead. I don't plan to give up ice cream for life, so I'm not giving it up while losing weight - just managing to incorporate it in a healthy way.
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8/28/12 9:07 P
I'm not a big ice cream lover, but I enjoy some Publix Frozen Yogurt once a week.
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2,044 8/28/12 9:01 P
Serving of frozen fruit, 1/2 cup fat free milk and a teaspoon of Splenda ran through my Ninja with a serving of slivered almonds. Oh heaven!
Because ice cream is a treat for me I enjoy a big bowl about 4 times a year. I buy three to four flavors and have a large scoop of each. Sometimes I sneek into it the next day, but most times not. I am okay with my relationship with ice cream :)
8/28/12 6:33 P
Skinny Cow sandwiches, or Blue bell fudge bars--
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8/28/12 6:24 P
I use ice cream. I just stick to the half cup serving. It's the occasional treat.
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6,876 8/28/12 6:08 P
Don't eat it very often, but usually just a few spoonfuls of whatever my husband had on hand.
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8/28/12 5:56 P
1/2 cup of Slow-churned every other evening, usually with fruit. (gotta make it healthy!)
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7,703 8/28/12 5:38 P
with butter pecan - the heck with substitues!
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8/28/12 5:35 P
fat free fudge pops.
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272 8/28/12 4:41 P
I make frozen banana ice cream. Have you tried that? Only one ingredient - really it's just a different way of getting a portion of fruit into your day, but it's sweet and creamy like proper ice cream. I find that it does the trick.
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8/28/12 4:33 P
Kroger's 15 calorie sugar free banana pop cycles.
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3,510 8/28/12 4:32 P
I like frozen yogurt.
You don't have to eat the whole thing.
8/28/12 4:27 P
frozen bananas or yogurt
T from NYC.
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30 8/28/12 4:08 P
Which is most satisfying: to get a box of weight watchers ice cream treats to nibble on during the week or to have just one serving of regular ice cream once a week?
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