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Ben & Jerry’s is notorious. They’re the perfect indulgence, whether you’re celebrating a BFF’s stellar soccer goal or going through a breakup. But healthy? That’s something we all know B&J is not. Until now.

 

The ice cream kings of Phish Food fame have just released their newest frozen treat: Greek frozen yogurt. With fruity flavors like Blueberry Vanilla Graham, Raspberry Fudge Chunk and Strawberry Shortcake, they’ve given a nod to Greek yogurt’s humble, health food origins. And boy do these pints of deliciousness look good!

 

B&J have long been known for their wholesome, top-quality ingredients. But this Greek frozen yogurt goes a step beyond the norm. One scoop of yogurt has roughly the same number of calories as a regular scoop of ice cream, half the fat and two to three times the amount of protein. Huzzah! While it’s definitely not health food (and packed with tons of sodium), this is a once-in-a-while treat that you can feel good about eating. Snag a single in a cup and enjoy, sweetie!

 
 

BY BRITTANY TAYLOR ON 3/4/2012 5:17:00 PM

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