The Winner of the ARCTIC ZERO

May 19, 2016   20 Comments

The winner of the ARCTIC ZERO prize pack is…..



She said:

I have a sweet tooth and have been slowly cutting out the sweet treats. I have been dairy free for 9 years. No milk, cheese or ice cream. I would LOVE to try all of them!

I wish I could give all of you some ARCTIC ZERO and a big hug!

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Congratulations Angela!


I've tried the Vanilla Maple and Salted Caramel and they are both YUCKY! Way to sweet. Won't buy them again.

I'm always on the lookout for healthy options for a sweet craving. Arctic Zero is not it. It was like trying to eat a sweetened block of ice. Texture and taste were both bad!

@Anna & @Allison - thanks for your feedback. I tried Cappuccino flavored and I liked it. It wasn't as creamy as regular ice cream but it wasn't too sweet for me. I appreciate you sharing your experiences with the other flavors.

YUCK! I tried salted caramel and Mint Choc Chip. Both have a odd sweet taste and taste watery. These are not worth any calories and lack any food value. Shame on me for trying them.

Based on some of the above comments, I don't think I would try. I'm not dairy-free so I will stick with the Yasso bars. LOVE them!!!!


I DO NOT have a sweet tooth. I tried the Salted Carmel and found the sweetness missing. I can't understand why some of you thought it was too sweet. I guess everyone's taste buds are different.

Congrats Angela! Your gonna love them!

Husband and I were looking at Artic Zero in the freezer case at Kroger. He REALLY likes ice cream so it will take some time but, I think I can get him interested to at least try it. I on the other hand will enjoy.

I tried Arctic Zero Chocolate Peanut Butter flavor a couple of years ago and was very disappointed. It had little to no flavor and doesn't even sort of pass for ice cream. I threw the rest away. It's sad to hear that it doesn't seem to have improved any. I really don't understand why they are still in business.

Ohhh I am soooooooo jealous!!!! Congrats to Angela!!

I tried the chocolate peanut butter. Not very creamy but I threw it in a blender with some almond milk and fat free chocolate syrup. Tasty milkshake for very few calories

I highly recommend the Yonana machine. You put in frozen fruit and it comes out tasting like soft ice cream.

I HATED Arctic matter how many different flavors I tried...I have thrown out so many! I do LOVE Halo Top though...the Birthday cake and the Chocolate are my favorites!!!!!! You have to let the pint sit for about 29 minutes or pop em in the microwave for about 10-12 seconds and they are sheer joy!! Paired with a half of a Complete Cookie and it's a little slice OG heaven!! They're about 240-280 calories for the entire pint!!! They use erythritol which is a sweetener made from pears and grapes that doesn't affect blood glucose or cause bloating. Low calorie, low carb, low fat, and an excellent source of protein!!! Try them :-) Setting them out and letting them melt is KEY!!!!!!

I forgot to mention that Halo Top is NOT dairy free!!!

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I just realized that this product also has CHICORY ROOT in it. I didn't read the label until after I bought in the garbage it goes. Chicory root and I don't play nice together. Thanks for your report on Chicory root.

I'm a fan of Arctic Zero. In looking for a healthier dessert, I don't expect my taste buds to be wowed as they may be with conventional full-sugar choices, but if reducing sugar is a goal, Arctic Zero has plenty going for it - surpringly creamy texture, lactose-free, low glycemic index, vegetarian, gluten-free, non-GMO, Kosher, low WW SmartPoints, 35-calories-per-serving, & many flavors to choose from (some taste better than others, for sure).

P.S. Grocery Outlet has them the cheapest.

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