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10 Freezer Treats under 100 Calories

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  • thanks for the suggestions great ideas for me
  • Oh yeah I can see trying a few of these along with other SP member suggestions!
  • Health is the greatest gift,
    contentment the greatest wealth,
    faithfulness the best relationship.
    - The Buddha
  • Yummy! I can't wait to try some of these!
  • Well the diet treats would of kept my pounds down but I made and ate them all= just kidding, Im having fun :-) Greg.
    Great suggestions. Really delicious
  • Most of these have wsy too many carbs also. I agree with cool whip comments. Who wants to knowingly consume petroleum byproducts?
  • Place whole fruit in a blender (i.e. cantaloupe or watermelon) and blending until it is a liquid. Next, pour the liquid fruit into a popsicle mold and freeze. Best popscicle I've ever eaten.
  • One frozen banana, 1 TBS cocoa, 1TBS peanut butter... food processor... YUM! Make sure to freeze the banana in pieces.
  • Peel a banana, chop into chunks, and freeze for 24 hours. Put it in your blender or food processor and a minute later you have banana "ice cream". No added anything, no artificial additives, no additional sweetener needed.
  • Make a smoothie and then freeze it. You have a couple really delicious frozen yogurt pops!

    1 whole "large" banana
    6 Large/extra large strawberries
    2/3 Cup of Yoplait 100 Vanilla (do not substitute for plain!) Greek Yogurt
    8OZ/1 cup of Skim or Fat Free Milk

    blend well.

    Recipe is 360 Calories. Divide that by how many (EVENLY divided!) pops you make for calories per pop. Should divide evenly six times depending on size of your Popsicle tray.

    Each Pop is around 60 calories if divided 6 times :)

    Very tasty!

    Pour into your own "Popsicle" tray. Place Popsicle sticks in the middle... Freeze it. Then Eat it!
    Yum! I can't wait to try these!
    I eat frozen grapes or frozen peeled banana for treats.
  • Some good ideas. Though I agree many are just based on smaller portions. If I could stop at just one I wouldn't need to b here!!

    Keep in mind spark uses stock photos. You cannot use the pics to determine ingredients or portion etc as they are not of the actual items. I agree that they often need to do a better job selecting an appropriate image as it can be misleading.

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