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Halo-Top in Iceland?!

Yes, yes the rumours are true. Halo-Top Ice Cream is now available in Iceland in the United Kingdom.

Available in four different flavours at just £3.50 each the Halo-Top ice cream makes an incredible sweet tooth snack for the calorie cautious.

For as little as 280 calories for the Vanilla Bean flavour you can be guilt free and consume all 473ml of that beautiful tub, the best about it?

You don’t need a freakin’ bowl! – So let’s take a look at some of the nutritional breakdowns on the above flavours:

Halo Top Vanilla Bean 473ml

Let’s not rush this™ It’s worth the wait™ You might notice that your Halo Top sometimes freezes a little hard-and that’s a good thing! One of the reasons is because we don’t use artificial sweeteners or softeners. So give it a couple minutes on the counter and see just how good Halo Top can be!

280 calories per tub

Only 5.8g sugar per serving

High protein

Gluten free

No artificial sweeteners, flavours or colours

Vegetarian-friendly

Sea Salt Caramel 473ml

Typical values Per Serving Per 100ml%* Per 100ml

Energy 335 kJ 283 kJ

80 kcal 68 kcal 3%

Fat 2.4g 2g 3%

of which Saturates 1.2g 1g 5%

Carbohydrate, total 16g 14g 5%

of which Sugars 7.3g 6.2g 7%

of which Polyols 5.3g 4.5g

Fibre 3.1g 2.6g 10%

Protein 5g 4.2g 8%

Salt 0.4g 0.34g 6%

Kosher – Dairy

Halo Top Mint Chip 473ml

320 calories per tub

Only 5.7g sugar per serving

High protein

Gluten free

No artificial sweeteners, flavours or colours

Vegetarian-friendly

Kosher – Dairy

Peanut Butter Cup 473ml

Typical values Per Serving Per 100ml%* Per 100ml

Energy 335 kJ 283 kJ

80 kcal 68 kcal 3%

Fat 3.3g 2.8g 4%

of which Saturates 1.3g 1.1g 6%

Carbohydrate, total 14g 12g 5%

of which Sugars 5.9g 5g 6%

of which Polyols 4.8g 4.1g

Fibre 2.8g 2.4g 10%

Protein 5g 4.2g 8%

Salt 0.31g 0.26g 4%

Nutrition Facts:

Halo Top ice cream is low-carb, low-fat, and high-protein. Not your average ice cream, folks.

Halo Top is sweetened with stevia (a plant that happens to taste like sugar) and erythritol (a sugar alcohol derived from fruit). Both stevia and erythritol have little-to-no impact on blood sugar levels.

As you can see, after subtracting fiber and erythritol, there are 4 “net-carbs” in a serving of Halo Top. And there are 4 servings per pint.

Ingredients in Vanilla Flavor: Milk and cream, eggs, erythritol, prebiotic fiber, milk protein concentrate, organic cane sugar, vegetable glycerin, organic vanilla extract, organic vanilla beans, sea salt, organic carob gum, organic guar gum, organic stevia.

While the ingredients aren’t flawlessly “clean,” they’re all relatively real identifiable ingredients. There are no mysteries or funky additives.

And thankfully, most flavours are actually gluten-free except for most of the cookie flavours. (Their oatmeal flavour is surprisingly gluten-free.)

And none of them contain milk that was sourced from a cow given growth hormones.

With 240 calories and 24 grams of protein in an entire pint, it’s almost worth trading your protein shake for–although you’ll of course get 16 grams of carbs, too, but that’s still pretty low for an entire pint of ice cream! (Some pints, like Cookies n’ Cream, have 320 calories.) Nonetheless, get down to your local Iceland Warehouse today and stock up whilst you can!

You’d be MAD to miss out on this offer guys and girls!

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– Coach SL.


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