Put Down the Cookie and Open the Freezer

Fa-la-la-la-la-la- Fifteen pounds!

Ok. Maybe not fifteen.  But I sometimes feel like it’s at least five!

I love sweets.  Any time of the year.  As far as I’m concerned one of the absolute best things about summer is ice cream.  And winter?  Pie of course.  And Christmas is all about the cookies!

But all those cookies and cakes and candies and pies add up!  I’m sure I’m not the only one who comes home from the holidays feeling like her skinny jeans don’t fit.

So what’s a sweets-loving gal to do?  Listen, when you arrive at your in-laws, head out to the grocery store, ostensibly for a toothbrush or diapers or something…and pick up a few containers of Whole Fruit Sorbets.  We recently had the chance to try several flavors (they came packed in dry ice–so cool!) and they are delish.  I am partial to the lemon.  Doc Hubby was loving the mango.  And the Bean…um…well, we kinda haven’t shared.  Grown ups need their own sweeties sometimes!

So what makes Whole Fruit Sorbets so special?  They are available in seven delectable and really unique flavors: Mango, Black Cherry, Raspberry, Strawberry, Lemon, Peach, and the new Valencia Orange (mmmmm). And they are…FAT FREE!  Yes.  Fat free.  Loaded with flavor.  And they taste like real fruit.  Real refreshing–

Hold on.  Doc Hubby just handed me a bowl of Strawberry Sorbet.  Okay now that’s my favorite.

But where was I? Real, refreshing sorbets that are between 120 and 160 calories per serving. Sophisticated, grown-up flavors that your kids will love too.

And for entertaining?  How beautiful would a bowl of that Raspberry Sorbet look on your holiday table?  So elegant.

So where can you find Whole Fruit Sorbets?  Check out their store finder to find the shop closest to your inlaws.  Sure those cookies are soooo good.  But throw in a couple of servings of sorbet as well.  Your waist line will be glad you did.

We received a sampling of Whole Fruit Sorbets for the purposes of review.  As always, all opinions are strictly my own and not influenced by anyone.



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