by Laura Brown 06.01.17
“If you’re really on a bender, what do you do? What’s your “f— it bucket”? Halo Top ice cream. It’s lower in calories. I’ll smash a whole pint. I have a sweet tooth. That’s how Klossies happened, because I love sweets.”
“Halo Top just announced that it's launching seven new non-dairy flavors—which means vegans and anyone who's looking for dairy-free treats now have double the HT options.”
“Halo Top Hair is taking over the internet and the creations might just inspire your next 'do.”
"The results, ranging from bright rainbow colors to muted brunette tones, perfectly complement the packaging of the 10 iconic flavors. Talk about a sweet way to start 2018's beauty trends, right?"
“If you are near the Halo Scoop Shop, do yourself a favor and indulge on some magical, low-calorie deliciousness.”
"It sounds almost too good to be true: a flavor-packed, low-sugar ice cream with no more than 360 calories— per pint."
“You're definitely going to eat the whole pint.”
"Halo Top has announced a bunch of new flavors of the low-calorie dessert that has taken over the ice cream world."
"Move over, Breyer’s, Ben & Jerry’s and Häagen-Dazs, Halo Top has come for a spot atop the Mount Rushmore of ice cream (what a delicious world this would be were that a real thing). For the first time ever, Halo Top, the Los Angeles-based, low calorie, high protein and “guilt free” ice cream, has surpassed all of its competition to become the best-selling pint of ice cream in U.S. grocery stores."
“Relative newcomer Halo Top—a low calorie, low sugar, high protein ice cream that was founded in 2012—is now the best-selling pint in U.S”
“Every generation has its low-cal dessert favorite, and right now people are going crazy for Halo Top. It scratches the ice cream itch, providing the intense flavor and creaminess you crave, with a fraction of the calories plus a protein punch.”
"Honestly, just try them all."
"[Mint Chip] 240 calories for the entire pint—we still can’t believe it! The texture lands somewhere between frozen custard and old-school ice milk."