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Halo Top Ice Cream Has A FRACTION Of The Calories In Regular Ice Cream, Here's A Comparison

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Halo Top Ice Cream is probably known best as the low-calorie dessert. The high-protein sweet averages about a svelte 240 calories a pint, a quarter of the calories compared to regular store ice cream's pints. Obviously perfect for those looking to stay a little fitter, without denying their sweet tooth.

We got a box of Halo Top goods in this week's Foodbeast Mailbag and decided to have some fun with the different flavors they sent us. Here's a side-by-side look at the low-calorie scoops compared to other store brands.

Check out the noticeable difference in ice cream scoops:

Halo Top Birthday Cake  v. Grocery Store Cookies N' Cream

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Are you a cake person or a cookie person? If comparing the 70 calories from Halo Top's Birthday Cake flavor to a scoop of store-bought cookies n' cream, you get threes scoops of cake versus the one cookies n' cream.

Halo Top Chocolate  v. Grocery Store Black Raspberry Dark Chocolate Chunk

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Halo Top's chocolate flavor boasts about 60 calories per scoop. We got three-and-a-half-scoops of it, compared to the one scoop of this black raspberry dark chocolate chunk worth about 210 calories.

Halo Top Lemon Cake v. Grocery Store Southern Pecan

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Halo Top's Lemon Cake flavor has 60 calories to a scoop of store-bought Southern Pecan, which translates to you getting four scoops of cake versus the one 240-calorie scoop of the pecan flavor.