Ice Pops

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  1. Anne Kramer

    Anne Kramer Member
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    I have to have my snacks so I've been purchasing sugar free fudge pops, low cal. ice cream pops and am looking for some sugar free popsicles but haven't seen any yet. If they are low in calories I figure I can eat several a night when I like to snack.
     
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    Ha ha - I guess you're right :p
    We buy yoghurt lollies and have one each of an evening, so refreshing in the summer months :)
     
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    I'm the queen of sugar free popsicles. There's quite a few different ones at the supermarket.

    They're 15 calories but do have carbs and probably sugar alcohol. I was kind of addicted to them so Ive been cutting back.

    http://www.seniorsonly.club/threads/we-have-birthdays.2235/page-7 Post 153

    I even get them as bday presents, lol. The brand pictured is my favorite but you have to get them on sale.
    As usual if it's sugar free it's more expensive. :)
     
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