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Craving Ice Cream?

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when I crave ice cream and don't want the calories, I have a treat ready in the freezer. I keep a container of fat free cool whip that I've added mint extract to, tastes like ice cream without the fat and calories.

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  • I prefer Skinny Cows over cool whip (you're eating oil and corn syrup!) The sandwiches come in at about 150 calories, the pops are less or more depending on the size, and it's real ice cream, and preportioned. I can't buy a carton--I have no faith that 1/2 c will fill me up, so I always go overboard. Skinny Cows are the perfect solution. - by JOELSANGEL
  • Yhank you! Will try. I already am using the cool whip on graham cracker Nonfat Cool whip frozen idea. - by HAPPYMOM8
  • CHOCMOM
    I put cool whip between two graham cracker squares and freeze them - homemade ice cream sandwiches!! Mix it up, use chocolate flavored grahams and vanilla flavored cool whip,. - by CHOCMOM
  • They have 100 calorie ice cream out there. I just bout the 100 calorie klondike slima bear sandwiches. Only 1.5 grams of fat. They always feed my cravings for chocolate or ice cream.

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  • Sound like a good Idea. Do you have to thaw it first? I was wondering about adding fruit to it. - by CAMPER96
  • Sounds like a great idea! Thanks! - by SCIGEEK
  • tHANK FOR THE TIP, WILL GIVE THIS A TRY - by FRAN0426
  • Hey! I must try this because ice cream is one of my weakness.
    What about frozen yogurt is that ok? - by BETTERME54

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