Diet friendly frozen desserts - including ice cream!
From sweet melon sorbet, frozen layer cake to choc mint ice cream balls, beat the summer heat with these healthy frozen dessert recipes. They're the perfect way to end a meal, as a sweet low fat treat, or keep you cool between courses. And the biggest bonus? Not only are they delicious - they're diet friendly! They'll complement a healthy eating routine, and are perfect after a diet-friendly summer BBQ or yummy salad.
Choc mint ice cream balls
These choc mint balls are a perfect summer dessert indulgence. Keep a stash of these frozen treats in your freezer for when the mood strikes. A delectable dessert - that is won't wreck your weight loss plan or diet.
Choc mint ice cream balls recipe
Frozen strawberry layer cake
You only need five ingredients to whip this up luscious frozen layer cake with strawberries. It's a lovely (healthy) dessert you can make the day before serving - too easy! A sweet treat the kids (and you) will just adore.
Frozen strawberry layer cake recipe
Ginger ice cream
The ideal frozen dessert for ginger lovers - using crystallised pieces means you get a decent hit of gingery flavour in every mouthful of this diet friendly ice cream.
Ginger ice cream recipe
Make this fresh, healthy dessert in an ice cream machine or your freezer. Sweet honeydew is wonderful paired with fresh basil. The perfect frozen treat to cool down on a Summers day - which won't wreck your diet.
Honeydew sorbet recipe
Fresh watermelon, lemon juice and a touch of honey - no added sugar needed. Easy to make and very kid-friendly. And so easy on the diet you could squeeze in two of these sweet frozen treats!
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