These newly launched low-cal mini ice cream pops are perfect for sharing (or not).
Credit: Courtesy Halo Top

Halo Top has dethroned top-selling brands like Ben & Jerry's and Häagen-Dazs to become the best-selling pint of ice cream in the U.S—and it's hard to argue with their popularity. These low-calorie, high-protein treats are perfect for people who want to have their ice cream and eat an entire pint too.

And as if that weren't a sweet enough deal (pun fully intended), the brand is introducing yet another frozen-treat game-changer: snackable mini ice cream pops for just 50 to 60 calories each. (P.S. did you know that Halo Top has a bunch of dairy-free flavors too?)


Starting today, Halo Top Pops will be available online in four delicious flavors: Mint Chip, Peanut Butter Swirl, Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough, and Strawberry Cheesecake. A single box includes six pops—each of which contains just 50 to 60 calories and 7 to 10 grams of protein per pop. Full pints (~four servings), on the other hand, range from 240 to 360 calories per container and boast 20 grams of protein. (Related: Why I'm Breaking Up with "Healthy" Ice Cream)

To celebrate the exciting launch, Halo Top will be giving out 30,000 free samples of their pops at Grand Central Terminal in New York City on February 14 (aka Valentine's Day). They are also hosting a national giveaway online for fans outside of NYC who will have a chance to win 1,000 samples by heading to their website. (Did you know Halo Top ice cream parlors are coming too?)​

Halo Top Pops will be available this month in the Midwest, Texas, and California, followed by the Northeast, and will roll out to select national retailers in May 2019. Start making room in your freezer now.

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