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Work it Off: 3 Ways to Zap a 169-Calorie Gelato Bar

Did you know that Italian gelato has fewer calories and less fat than American style ice cream? Me neither! But upon learning this fun fact my first thought was, obviously, I’ve got to get some! A few months ago I had seen Bar Gelato for sale in the Bay Area and the brightly colored bars of frozen gelato looked delish! This week I tracked them down and, after much internal debate, I finally settled on a flavor: Pistachio. (Other front-runners included Recchiuti Burnt Caramel and Guittard Dark Chocolate Sorbetto!)

site2It was, in a word, heavenly. Much denser than most other ice cream bars thanks to the reduced amount of air added to the formula. Much more flavorful than a lot of other ice pops and frozen treats I’ve had, thanks to the natural flavors. And, on an unseasonably sunny and warm day it really hit the spot.

Of course, there’s always a trade-off. This afternoon indulgence weighed in at a fairly reasonable 169 calories, but it was still more than I’d bargained to eat as a snack.

What are some fun ways to burn off 169 calories?

cleanign

I could have done some spring cleaning for around 47 minutes.

 

kickbox

I could have taken the first 14 minutes of a kickboxing class.

 

reformer

Or I could have spent 47 minutes on the Pilates reformer.

I chose to spring clean—’tis the season, after all!

Also Read: 

How to Make Homemade Ice Cream

Post-Workout Ice Cream Sandwich Recipe

Best Low-Cal Treats for Summer

April 20th, 2014

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