Which Frozen Treat Has Fewer Calories?
Weight Watchers Giant Fudge Bar vs. Skinny Cow Low-Fat Fudge Bar
These bars provide fudgy goodness without causing a caloric catastrophe, but one comes out ahead.
The Winner: Skinny Cow
It's a close call, but the Skinny Cow fudge bar contains just 100 calories, while the Weight Watchers version has 110 calories.
Ben & Jerry's FroYo vs. Edy's Yogurt Blends in Chocolate Fudge Brownie
Chocoholics don't have to sacrifice rich, fudgy flavor when they're trying to stay slim, thanks to these frozen yogurt options. Is there a winner in the calorie race?
The Winner: Edy's Yogurt Blends
Scoop up the Edy’s. It has just 120 calories per serving, compared to 180 calories for the same amount of the Ben & Jerry’s version.
Haagen-Dazs Vanilla Ice Cream Bar vs. Ben & Jerry's Vanilla Peace Pop
Both of these premium vanilla ice cream bars are coated with luscious milk chocolate; the portion-controlled single serving is another bonus. Which one should you choose?
The Winner: Haagen-Dazs
The Haagen-Dazs bar will set you back 280 calories, while the Ben & Jerry's bar is 300 calories.
Sharon's Mango Sorbet vs. Haagen-Dazs Mango Sorbet
These tasty tropical treats make the perfect light, refreshing ending to a rich dinner. But is there a caloric difference between the two?
The Winner: Sharon's Mango Sorbet
There's a clear winner, calorie-wise, when you compare these two mango sorbets. The Haagen-Dazs Sorbet is 150 calories per ½ cup serving, while the Sharon's Sorbet is just 100 calories for the exact same amount.
Weight Watchers Giant Ice Cream Sandwich vs. Skinny Cow Ice Cream Sandwich
Both of these diet-friendly circular sandwiches are filled with a swirl of low-fat vanilla ice cream. Should you opt for one over the other?
The Winner: It's a Tie!
Enjoy whichever one you want—they're both 140 calories per sandwich.
Haagen-Dazs vs. Ben & Jerry's Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough
These premium ice creams are both loaded with comforting cookie dough. Is there a reason to reach for one over the other if you're watching your caloric intake?
The Winner: Ben & Jerry's
The Haagen-Dazs version contains 300 calories per ½ cup serving, and the Ben & Jerry’s has just 270 calories for a ½ cup scoop.
Edy’s Light Ice Cream in Neapolitan vs. Breyers Light Ice Cream in Vanilla Chocolate Strawberry
This classic flavor combo brings back childhood memories. Bonus: The separate flavor sections are great for carton-sharers with different taste preferences. But does it matter which one you choose, calorie-wise?
The Winner: Edy's Light Ice Cream
Although both of these light Neapolitan ice creams contain half the fat of their regular versions, Edy's contains 100 calories per ½ cup, while Breyers has a few more calories, at 110 calories a serving.
So Delicious Minis vs. Tofutti Cuties Snack Size Sandwiches
Lactose-avoiders can still enjoy fun frozen desserts. Both of these vanilla sandwiches are dairy-free, but is one of them a lower-calorie choice?
The Winner: So Delicious Minis
The So Delicious sandwiches win by a landslide. They’re only 90 calories, a big savings when compared to the Tofutti option (130 calories).
Nestle Strawberry Shortcake Bar vs. Good Humor Strawberry Shortcake Bar
This sweet, berrylicious bar is an old favorite. Should calorie-counters choose one brand over the other?
The Winner: Good Humor
When you hear the jingle of the ice cream truck, ask for a Good Humor strawberry bar—at 230 calories, you’ll save 10 calories over the Nestle version.
Blue Bunny Champ! Vanilla Cone vs. Nestle Vanilla Drumstick
Both of these traditional treats feature a scoop of vanilla ice cream dipped in chocolate, rolled in peanuts and served up in a tasty sugar cone. But which crunchy, creamy cone is lower in calories?
The Winner: Nestle Drumstick
While the Champ! Cone contains 310 calories, a Classic Drumstick tops out at 290 calories.
Blue Bunny FrozFruit Bar vs. Edy's Fruit Bar in Strawberry
Both of these fat-free frozen fruit bars contain pieces of real strawberry and natural fruit juice. Which refreshing berry bar contains fewer calories?
The Winner: Edy's Fruit Bar
At 80 calories, the Edy's bar beats the 130-calorie Blue Bunny bar hands-down.
Blue Bunny Original Bomb Pop vs. Popsicle Firecracker
These all-American frozen pops have cherry, citrus and raspberry layers that are tart and refreshing—just right for the dog days of summer. So which one is lower in calories?
The Winner: Popsicle Firecracker
While they're both low-cal options, the Popsicle version is 35 calories, edging out the 40-calorie Blue Bunny pop.