South Beach Diet - SF/FF fudge popsicles




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kbroyles3
03-16-2008, 01:26 PM
What is the brand name?? where can I find these?? I looked at walmart today with no luck..

thanks
Kristi


jillnicole03
03-16-2008, 01:45 PM
The 'Popsicle' brand has sf/ff fudgesicles... theyr'e in a yellow box it says fudgesicle 60cal each.

That's the only one I know of =)

ladybugnessa
03-16-2008, 01:47 PM
we use the healthy choice but they are about 90 calories... so it's almost all your sweet treat.... but i like them better....


kaplods
03-16-2008, 01:55 PM
Weight Watcher's brand also has a really good fudge bar, but I don't remember the calorie count. I've always gotten them from Walmart all year round, but every store is different, and I know in some areas they stock fewer frozen treats in the winter months.

ladybugnessa
03-16-2008, 02:01 PM
Weight Watcher's brand also has a really good fudge bar, but I don't remember the calorie count. I've always gotten them from Walmart all year round, but every store is different, and I know in some areas they stock fewer frozen treats in the winter months.


are they NSA???? because my experience is that most things are more worried about Low FAT and Calories than sugar.....

Barb0522
03-16-2008, 03:04 PM
You won't find sugarfree fudgesickles because the dairy adds healthy sugar. What you are looking for is no sugar added fudgesickles. I often buy Popsickle brand but many stores have their own store brand too.

kaplods
03-16-2008, 04:49 PM
Not sure about the WW fudge bars as I haven't bought them (or read the label) in quite some time. I'm thinking they were artificially sweetened, but can't be sure on that. Although thinking about it, Weight Watcher's products often seem to be much higher in sugar than other products.

ladybugnessa
03-16-2008, 05:01 PM
Not sure about the WW fudge bars as I haven't bought them (or read the label) in quite some time. I'm thinking they were artificially sweetened, but can't be sure on that. Although thinking about it, Weight Watcher's products often seem to be much higher in sugar than other products.


it could be from the size or sugar alcohols....