If your mouth waters every time you hear that sweet melody in the distance, don’t despair: Many ice cream cones, bars, and sandwiches can be part of a healthy diet, says Angela Lemond, R.D.N., a Plano, TX–based dietitian and spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. “Look at the big picture and decide how your choice fits into the rest of your day.” For example, while higher in calories than ice pops, some dairy-containing varieties may offer a small dose of calcium and vitamin D. Since most menus don’t display any nutrition info, we gathered vital stats on six popular picks—so you can chill out without filling out.

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