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Low-cal ice creamPosted Thursday, January 26, 2012, at 2:14 PM
Seems like the lower-fat light ice cream/frozen yogurt brands just don't stick around with the lower calorie counts very long.
I noticed Walmart's Great Value light ice cream, which had been fat-free, disappeared from the shelves for about a month or so and reappeared with a higher fat count.
The cheaper low-fat products, such as Kroger's Value label, actually taste better and seem creamier than the more expensive brands, though Value has more cholesterol, etc., so I only buy it occasionally.
Got any thoughts on lighter ice cream?
I'm aware that many people like their snack foods with lotsa of fat. But if you're trying to watch your calories and fat intake, ice cream's a good food to go lighter on.
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