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Ice Cream Without the Guilt

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Nectarine-Buttermilk Pops / © Con Poulos

These refreshing nectarine-buttermilk pops are not only gorgeous, they're also refreshing and low in fat. // © Con Poulos

Food & Wine's senior recipe developer, Grace Parisi, is a Test Kitchen superstar. In this series, she shares some of her favorite recipes to make right now.

When it's hot, it's just too easy to polish off a pint of ice cream. Several thousand calories later, it's no wonder why I'm spilling out of my bathing suit. Here are three reasons why these popsicles are better for you than Häagen-Dazs. One, immediate portion control—it's a single pop; two, they're only about 100 calories, way less than half a serving of ice cream; and three, since buttermilk is very low in fat, each pop has less than 1/2 gram of it. SEE RECIPE »

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