Supercool Frozen Treats
Recipes developed by Lori Powell
These delicious goodies are all low-cal…and easy to make, too.
Turn store-bought cookies, ice cream, and sorbet into dreamy (and so low-cal) sandwiches. You can even make them ahead and keep them in your freezer.
Ingredients: Toasted coconut chips, thin ginger cookies, coconut sorbet
Try this recipe: Coconut-Ginger Sorbetwich
A generous helping of crunchy chocolate chips complements the soft ice cream in this frozen delight.
Ingredients: Mini dark chocolate chips, waffle cookies, strawberry light ice cream
Try this recipe: Strawberry Wafflewich
Cherry-Chocolate Sundae With Spiced-Almond Praline
This classic dessert is kicked up a notch with zesty nuts and juicy, antioxidant-rich cherries.
Ingredients: Maple syrup, chili powder, ground cinnamon, ground red pepper, almonds, vanilla light ice cream, pitted cherries, English toffee pieces, bittersweet chocolate
Try this recipe: Cherry-Chocolate Sundae With Spiced-Almond Praline
Upgrade your usual iced joe by pairing hot espresso and refreshing coffee ice cream. Add a shot of sambuca for a great after-dinner sip.
Ingredients: Low-fat frozen yogurt, freshly-brewed espresso, ground espresso beans, sambuca (optional)
Try this recipe: Double-Shot Affogato
Semifreddo With Honeyed Fresh Berries
It’s hard to believe that this decadent ice cream cake is skinny on the fat and calories.
Ingredients: Vanilla light ice cream, Meyer lemon zest, Meyer lemon juice, frozen light whipped cream topping, amaretti cookie crumbs, fresh mixed berries, honey
Try this recipe: Semifreddo With Honeyed Fresh Berries
Chocolate Bonbon Bombes
The spherical French dessert is making a comeback. You’ll need 1.5- to 2-ounce molds for this recipe. A round ice cube tray would work, too.
Ingredients: Light chocolate or chocolate peanut butter ice cream, chopped salted peanuts, bittersweet chocolate
Try this recipe: Chocolate Bonbon Bombes