We all scream for ice cream -- but for a healthier treat that's still full of flavor, you'll love these frozen drinks and snacks under 200 calories.
Protein-rich tofu gives this drink a thick and creamy texture, and frozen blueberries, cherries, and grapes deliver deep flavor and additional antioxidants. Makes 4 servings (110 calories each).
Turn simple mint tea into a frozen granita by increasing the agave nectar to 1/4 cup, straining the finished tea, adding 1/4 cup chopped mint, and freezing in a shallow dish.
Once it begins to freeze (after about 2 hours), scrape it with a fork every 15 minutes until it's completely frozen and crystallized flakes have formed, about 2 more hours. Makes 4 servings (about 30 calories each).
Summertime popsicles don't have to come from the supermarket freezer case or contain artificial dyes and sweeteners. After all, they're so easy to make at home. The Moosewood Collective created these healthy treats from fruit and juice instead of refined sugar. Delicious combos, like honeydew-basil, pineapple-cinnamon, and mango-parsley, will satisfy your sweet tooth and your curiosity. (Calories vary.)
Don't sweat the rising temperatures. Just drop one of these ice cubes -- flavored with cucumber and basil; orange and lime; or lemonade and raspberries -- into a tall glass of water and watch the heat melt away. (Calories vary.)