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Nondairy Frozen Desserts

Also indexed as: Nondairy Ice Cream

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Preparation, uses, and tips

Top a scoop of rice or soy frozen dessert with fresh sliced peaches or berries; serve sorbet between courses as a refreshing palate cleanser.

Buying and storing tips

Look for nondairy frozen desserts in the ice cream section of health food stores and grocery stores. Store frozen for up to three months.

Varieties

Nondairy frozen desserts are available as substitutes for ice cream, sorbet, sherbet, frozen sandwiches, fudge pops, fruit pops, and sundaes. Nondairy frozen desserts come in a huge variety of flavors, and low-fat, fat-free, and sugar-free versions are available.

Nutrition Highlights

Soy frozen dessert (vanilla, nondairy), 1/2 cup (about 110g)
Calories: 110
Protein: 2.0g
Carbohydrate: 24g
Total Fat: 1.0g
Fiber: 1.0g
*Good source of: Calcium (100mg)

*Foods that are a “good source” of a particular nutrient provide between 10 and 20% of the Recommended Daily Value.

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