Summer Coolers: The Best Healthy Frozen Treats

Are you looking for tasty frozen treats to keep you cool and satisfied without adding to your waistline?

Keri Glassman, a registered dietician and contributor for Women's Health magazine, visited "Good Morning America" with picks for some great frozen treats. They're all under 200 calories per serving, so you can have your ice cream and eat it too.

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Ice Cream:

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Summer Low Calorie Frozen Treats

Edy's Slow Churned Mint Chocolate Chip Snack Size Cup

If you're craving real ice cream, this individually sized package is delicious and already portion-controlled, so you don't eat an entire pint!

Serving size: 1 container, 210 calories, 8g fat, 21g sugar per serving

Frozen Yogurt:

Blue Bunny Personals All Natural Frozen Yogurt -- Bordeaux Cherry Chocolate

Creamy and indulgent (like ice cream!) this yogurt has cherries, chocolate, and digestion-helping probiotics.

Serving size: 1/2 cup, 2 servings per container, 120 calories, 3 g fat, 17 g sugar per serving


Sharon's Coconut Sorbet

Sharon's motto is: "If you can't eat any ingredient in its raw form, it will not go into our sorbet." That's a pretty healthy promise.

Serving size: 1/2 cup, 4 servings per container, 140 calories, 4g fat, 20 g sugar per serving

Ice Cream Sandwich

Julie's Organic Ice Cream Petite Juliette Vanilla Sandwiches

With an organic chocolate cookie on the outside and rich, creamy, smooth organic ice cream in the middle, every bite is a delight.

Serving size: 1 sandwich, 8 servings per container, 100 calories, 5 g fat, 6 g sugar per serving


The Skinny Cow Fudge Bars and Mini Fudge Pops

If you've got a big chocolate craving, go for the full-sized Fudge Bar. But if you're just looking for a small chocolate taste, you can get it for just 50 calories with one of the Mini Fudge Pops.

Fudge Bars: Serving size: 1 bar, 6 servings per container, 100 calories, 1g fat, 13g sugar per serving

Mini Fudge Pops: Serving size: 2 bars, 6 servings per container, 100 calories, 2g fat, 14g sugar per serving


Natural Choice Full of Fruit Raspberry Frozen Fruit Bars You can taste the difference that real, organic fruit makes! These bars are made from only the choicest, fresh-from-nature ingredients.

Serving size: 1 bar, 6 servings per container, 60 calories, 0 g fat, 13 g sugar per serving


Smart Ones Peanut Butter Cup Sundae
No need to hit the ice cream parlor: This ice cream is topped with fudge sauce and mini peanut butter cups.

Serving size: 1 sundae, 2 servings per container, 170 calories, 5 g fat, 13 g sugar per serving

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Web Extra: Homemade Frozen Treats

Try making these delicious easy-to-make treats at home:

Banana 'Ice Cream'

Healthy and easy, they are low in calories, all natural, and even provide some healthy fat and potassium!

Peel and freeze bananas (as many as you like!)
Puree in blender
Portion into 1 cup and top with 1 Tbsp. chopped peanuts and 1/2 Tbsp. dark chocolate chips

Frozen Greek Yogurt

Freeze your favorite Greek yogurt and enjoy homemade Pinkberry-style yogurt that is loaded with calcium and protein and low in sugar!


Take your favorite Greek yogurt (Oikos or Fage preferred) and open
Add 1 Tbsp. chopped frozen berries
Mix and put in freezer
Freeze overnight

Fruit Pops

You can rest assured that there are no added sugar or artificial ingredients in your popsicles when you make them at home. Bonus? This treat is loaded with antioxidants, fiber, and calcium!

Puree bag of frozen no sugar added organic mixed berries (blackberry, blueberry, strawberry, raspberry)
Mix with 1 cup non-fat plain yogurt
Pour into popsicle molds

Frozen 'Fruit Snacks'

Consider these the healthy version of those gummy snacks you ate as a kid.

Place 10 grapes and 5 raspberries in a ziplock bag

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