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As the name suggest, sugar-free ice cream contains absolutely no sugar that means there is no or little carbohydrates in it. These sinless pleasures are also low in fat and calories so for mummies who are looking at losing that post-pregnancy weight, you and your little ones can now share a cup of ice cream, guilt-free. Scoopz is also popular for its adorable mascot - a cartoon scoop of ice cream with a cone hat - which is well-loved by the little ones.
The healthy dessert they produce contains less than 10g of sugar and less than 5g of fat per serving. However, the main feature is the yogurt's s thick consistency; much like a soft-serve ice cream! It is also known to be high in calcium and with a high concentration of active cultures that aid in digestion. The cookie crumble and fruit pebble toppings are popular. Different size servings - from the kids cup to a jumbo tub for take-away are available for you and the kids to enjoy.
While only two dishes are solely targeted at kids, their wide selection of desserts is made to be shared which means you can bond with your children over a plate of healthy cake! Made with unsalted butter and cold-pressed extra virgin olive oil. Many cakes are also made with whole wheat. The popular mango almond cake is made with whole wheat, centered with fresh mangoes, and covered with mango and yogurt frosting. Although highly nutritious, the kids will still love this because of its presentation and delicious taste!
If the cakes are not to the children's liking, Cedele's Cloud Nine ice cream might be the solution. With no trans-fat and also made from all natural ingredients, it is truly a healthy dessert!
When it comes to desserts, the idea here is Japanese novelty. Made from natural Japanese-inspired ingredients, the kids would enjoy eating here if they are adventurous with food. The silky smooth homemade tofu cheesecake is popular. Otherwise, for a refreshing treat, try sobako or buckwheat crepe filled with chestnut cream and served with a scoop of blushing pink sakura ice cream which we hear, is a hit with the little girls!
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