Healthy Alternatives to Ice Cream Healthy Ice Cream Alternatives You'll Scream For May 25, 2012 Share This link Healthy Alternatives to Ice Cream 4 / 10 by Leta Shy 3 Save 0 Favorite 3 Previous 4 / 10 Next by Leta Shy 3 ‹ Back to Homepage Save 0 Favorite 3 Follow POPSUGAR Fitness Pinterest Twitter Google + Instagram Featured Partners Kellie Pickler on Keeping Her Marriage Spicy Man Survives Three Days at the Bottom of the Ocean Carrie Underwood Rehearses for Sound of Music Paul Walker Was the 'Happiest He'd Ever Been' as a Dad More News at PEOPLE.com Questions to Ask a New Doctor Checklist Boost Your Brain Power Health-Care Basics: Spend or Save? 10 Eye Health Tips to Protect Your Vision More News at Real Simple Hate Running? 25 Ways to Learn to Love It Ask the Diet Doctor: Sugar and B Vitamins The 8 Biggest Fitness Myths I've Ever Heard The Ultimate Katy Perry Workout Playlist More News at Shape popsugar live! NOW Watch POPSUGAR LIVE! Now NOW Watch POPSUGAR LIVE! Now Sponsored Links Subscribe to POPSUGAR Subscribe now to get instantly addictive email delivered to your inbox! Daily Sales & Arrivals Celebrity & Entertainment Featured Shops Fitness Fashion & Beauty Living Must Have ShopStyle Search Top BrandsHöglMiu MiuThe North FaceBearPawMax & CleoSue WongBDGViktor & Rolf Top Searchescomfortable heelszappos coutureskinny jeans for womenmilitary bootsdiamond necklacedkny watchpendant necklacebass shoes Frozen YogurtIce CreamCommunityPopsiclesHealthy RecipesHealthy Ice Cream Alternatives Link Love Get your holiday fitness on with a jingle runBlood, Sweat, and CheersCan you snack while dieting and still lose weight? — Women's HealthGo Paleo: learn how to crack nuts with your bare hands — POPSUGAR Food12 fish that you should never eat — HuffPost Healthy LivingButternut squash in a quesadilla? Heck, yeah! — Iowa Girl EatsTips to kick shin splints to the curb — SparkPeople 3 Comments Sign in to leave a comment Sign in with your account Don't have an account? Create one now! GirlOverboard 2 years @EvieJ - I agree. Sometimes, you just have to have what you want. If what you want, though, is just something cold and sweet and you're not specifically craving ice cream or want a popsicle that isn't all sugar, the suggestions here are really good. I'm going to put my two cents in and make mention of using Crystal Light and pureed fruit (or fruit chunks) to make low-cal fruit pops. :) GirlOverboard 2 years @EvieJ - I agree. Sometimes, you just have to have what you want. If what you want, though, is just something cold and sweet and you're not specifically craving ice cream or want a popsicle that isn't all sugar, the suggestions here are really good. I'm going to put my two cents in and make mention of using Crystal Light and pureed fruit (or fruit chunks) to make low-cal fruit pops. :) EvieJ 2 years Honestly, I'd rather have one scoop of my fave ice cream than any alternative. It might not be as healthy (and have a lot more calories) but there's nothing like it. See More community community Feb 17, 2012 A Reader Recipe: Cinnamon Quinoa Bake Food Dec 13, 2010 A Reader Recipe: Healthier No-Bake Cookies community Dec 28, 2012 From Cookies to Good-For-You Cakes: Our Favorite Healthy Desserts Dessert Jul 04, 2013 Keep Cool This Summer: Healthy No-Bake Desserts Fitness Apr 03, 2012 From the Community: 5-Minute Ab Video Workout Fitness Jan 05, 2012 A Reader Shares Her Tabata Workout Video You Might Also Like Food May 24, 2010 What 100 Calories Looks Like: Veggie Edition Food Jan 06, 2011 10 Tips For Saving More at the Grocery Store Food Feb 18, 2011 Jennifer Hudson Talks Body Image and Weight Loss on The Ellen Show Guess Who May 06, 2008 Who's the Mama?