- 150 calories per pint!
- Fat Free & Gluten Free
- Lactose Intolerant Friendly & Low Glycemic
- 8 grams of fiber
- 14 grams of whey protein concentrate
Well, they tried…
I’ve tried all the flavors (except the newest coffee flavor), and below is my flavor ranking.
1.Mint Chocolate Cookie
3.Chocolate Peanut Butter
7.Cookies and Cream
Love It Half Of The Time
I wish this product was consistent with its texture. Shipping is also much too slow. I hope that this improves also.
My favorite guilt free indulgence
The ugliest, and most delicious flavor they make!
Fast forward a half hour and the entire pint was gone. This is probably the most delicious flavor of arctic zero I’ve tried and it actually tastes exactly like cookies and cream!
I’d still recommend going for vanilla maple if you’ve never tried Arctic Zero before, but this should be the next flavor on your list.
Independent Testing Suggests Caution about those Calories
They did not, unfortunately, test this product. Caveat emptor, is all I can say.
You can find the report by Googling “Rossen Reports: Can you believe diet frozen dessert labels?”
wonderful and helpful for sweet tooth
Picky picky picky
A dieter’s godsend!
Don’t expect Ben & Jerry’s or full-fat quality from this ice cream. By reading the ingredients alone, there’s no magical spell that can transform monk fruit, water, and whey protein into egg yolks, granulated sugar, and cream.
Arctic Zero’s Cookies and Cream ice cream is a smooth and slightly slippery textured sweet treat. My first experience with monk fruit was in this ice cream and I’ve got to say it has a nicely sweet flavor to it without the cooling effects of artificial sweeteners. Taste is great, in my opinion! It definitely reminded me of a watered down cookies and cream flavor. There is no texture or cookie bits in here, though.
The color is a slightly off grey, purple hue. I really liked it. If you’ve ever had taro flavored milk or bubble tea, it looks just like that. It also tastes similar to taro bubble tea. Maybe this is why I enjoy it so much!
All in all, it’s worth a shot to try in the grocery store before you go buying a mega pack. You will either love it or leave it. I appreciate that a mostly natural, low calorie, satisfying option is available and will continue to support and lovingly consume Arctic Zero!
Cream that we all love and adore its slightly more crystallized and breaks off Into little lumps, but once its in your mouth …..its so delicious. The flavor lingers just long enough and its actually good for you made out of milk whey which has tons of protein. Its a guilt free midnight munchie. Enjoy!
not “cookies and cream” but still delicious
In general, arctic zero “ice cream” isn’t ice cream at all–it’s a frozen treat that’s low in calories, high in protein, and is really a “health nut’s” dream. You can’t expect Ben and Jerry’s when you eat this stuff or else you’ll be highly disappointed.
my favorites are cookies and cream, coffee, and vanilla maple!
Would not buy again
this is NOT the same as from the store!
Ok, not my favorite
The least appetizing flavor thus far
After eating the Arctic Zero Vanilla Maple flavor, I realized that the base for the Cookies and Cream flavor are the SAME! All they did was add crushed cookies to it! And, that was where the nutty, hazelnut-like, maple syrup-like flavor was coming from!
Pretty lame if you ask me!!!!
Artic ZERO you got that right!
Tastes nothing like you would hope or expect.
Overall, I really hated this product and after trying to doctor it up, I just threw it away. It’s not a remotely good ice cream substitute. If you’re looking for a natural, low sugar option, try So Delicious No-Sugar Added Coconut Milk Ice Cream. I’ve tried the Mint Chip and Chocolate and both are pretty delicious.
Very low calorie, but I don’t think it’s for me 🙁
After trying this flavor last night, however, I don’t think I’ll be buying these again. As other reviewers have said, the color is different from a typical, off-the-shelf cookies and cream ice cream, although that doesn’t bother me because I’m used to all-natural foods being different in color than their synthetic counterparts. What did bother me, however, was the taste – I would NOT classify this as overly sweet as some other reviewers have. In fact I’d classify the flavor as slightly bland, with no cookie flavor whatsoever. In fact, I checked the container to make sure I hadn’t accidentally gotten the maple vanilla flavor out of the freezer, since I’d bought that flavor as well. In addition, I felt that the texture was “off” somewhat – not grainy or anything, just more viscous than a normal ice cream (it seemed to “coat” my mouth for a long time after I ate it).
All in all, I ended up eating about 3 teaspoons of this and putting it back in the freezer – great for portion control, but I’d rather spend my calories on ice cream that tastes good rather than eating something non-appetizing just because it’s low in calories.
I’m hoping that the other flavors of this product might appeal to me more than this one did!