Amazon’s Top-Selling Ice Cream Maker Creates Treats That Are Healthier Than Halo Top
Solid frozen yogurt is having a noteworthy minute this late spring. Clique most loved Halo Top hit Walmart cooler walkways in April, and the fever kicked into full impact, with reports of sellouts, storing, and fans trekking to various grocery stores to get their hands on their most loved flavor.
Of late, the low-calorie mark has been boasting that it’s the top rated frozen yogurt by the half quart in the entire nation.
At around 300 calories for each 16 ounces, plus or minus, this stuff is unquestionably preferable for you over, say, Häagen-Dazs. In any case, a few nutritionists have panned Halo Top’s wellbeing driven cases, saying that the brand utilizes manufactured sweeteners and could advance undesirable dietary patterns. “Because it’s a somewhat better decision does not imply that it is a decent decision,” New York University educator of nourishment, sustenance studies, and general wellbeing Marion Nestle told Fortune.
Indeed, bummer. Fortunately, there is an option: Yonanas. These ledge thingamajigs guarantee to transform customary old bananas and other natural product into a smooth, solidified treat the surface of delicate serve dessert. There are two forms, the first ($50) and the tip top model ($120), which Oprah has named as one of her “most loved things.” (in the event that you’re pondering, it’s more intense and calmer than the fundamental model.)