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Healthier Ice Cream Bars | Frozen Dessert

Healthier Ice Cream Bars | Frozen Dessert
Jamie Haleva
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We all crave ice cream sometimes but don't always want something high-carb and loaded with sugar. That's where this treat comes in.

These Healthier Ice Cream Bars by @raziyyz are a high-protein, low-cal substitute for ice cream. This frozen dessert will satisfy your sweet tooth while helping you reach your nutrition goals.

Plus, you only need eight simple ingredients! Let's check it out.

6-8 bars


  • 1 & 1/2 cups fat-free Greek yogurt
  • 3 tbsp plain light cream cheese (Razi uses 95% light)
  • 1 tbsp honey (as the sweetener)
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 3/4 cup frozen blueberries
  • 1 scoop Myprotein Vanilla Impact Whey
  • 1/2 a heaping cup dark chocolate (Razi used Lily's)
  • 2 tsp coconut oil (to melt the chocolate)



Add the yogurt, cream cheese, honey, vanilla extract, blueberries, and protein powder to a food processor and blend until smooth.


Line a tin with parchment paper and pour in your mixture.


Freeze for one hour. Cut into six bars.


Lightly coat each bar in the melted chocolate. Freeze for five more minutes. Enjoy!



  • Melt the dark chocolate by either: adding it to a bowl and placing it on top of a steaming pot of hot water, stirring until melted, OR microwaving in 30-second intervals and mixing until melted
  • If you’d like to sub out the protein powder, just use a flavored Greek yogurt OR plain Greek yogurt with more sweetener
  • Use ANY fruits and flavors of your choice!
  • Allow your bars to thaw for a few minutes at room temp when you store them in the freezer to eat in the future

Nutritional info per serving:

Total Fat5g
Total Carbohydrates14g
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Jamie Haleva
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A Rutgers University Honors graduate, Jamie grew up on the Jersey shore and double majored in Comparative Literature and Anthropology in college. Jamie is an experienced writer in the health and wellness, biotech, and eCommerce fields. She loves writing with a purpose and has even written for the Department of Justice.

Jamie became drawn to exercise during her time in university and began to notice the physical and mental benefits of moving your body daily. Today, Jamie enjoys Pilates, light weight training, and going on long walks in nature daily.

Jamie is also passionate about eating right and prioritizing gut health and immunity. She is always trying the next innovation in health and wellness. When she’s not writing articles, Jamie enjoys reading, playing guitar, and finding dogs to play with.