A perfect pair: Bold and tangy blackberry ice cream and a thick dark chocolate shell.To buy: $4 for 3 bars, at supermarkets.
Refreshing mint ice cream drizzled with lush milk chocolate all for just 100 calories. Really.To buy: $5 for 6 bars, at supermarkets.
Fans can now enjoy this company’s tasty sorbet, made of Sicilian blood orange juice, on a stick. It’s a refreshing alternative to traditional fruit flavors.To buy: $5 for 3 bars, at supermarkets.
Get your java fix with this roasty coffee ice cream, dipped in a chocolate shell that’s studded with chunks of buttery toffee and chopped almonds.To buy: $5.50 for 6 bars, at supermarkets.
Coconut milk gives this dairy-free pick an ultra-creamy base, while toasted shredded coconut adds rich texture.To buy: $4.50 for 4 bars, at supermarkets.
Creamier and more delicate than sherbet, these lemon-loaded bars get their intense flavor from the peels and oil of the fruit.To buy: $5 for 5 bars, at supermarkets.
The next best thing to freezing your own fruit: Each of these treats is chockfull of real fruit chunks. A wholesome cool-down snack for kids.To buy: $2.70 for 4 bars, at supermarkets.
A sweet-tart blend of pomegranate, elderberry, and black currant juices make these pops pure (antioxidant) bliss.To buy: $4.20 for 6 bars, at supermarkets.See all Daily Finds from this month