Do you love ice cream, but want something healthier with a protein punch and less calories?
Look no further than ProYo!
ProYo is a frozen yogurt treat with the creamy and smooth consistency of premium ice cream.
Not only are these delicious, they also have many nutritional benefits and contain no artificial flavors, colors, or binders. A pro-biotic that is low in fat, has a good source of fiber, Never any gmo’s, gluten or soy and PACKED with 20g of protein – that’s most than most protein bars! This makes this a nutritious treat worth trying!
ProYo comes in 4 different awesome flavor varieties: Vanilla Bean, Banana Vanilla, Blueberry Pomegranate and Dutch Chocolate.
These are available in boxes of 3 and are great for those on the go as they come in a continent no mess paper based and recyclable squeeze tube.
At only 160 calories per 4oz. tube ProYo is perfect as a breakfast on the go,
a pre or post-workout boost, a base for a smoothie, a distinctive dessert, or a late night treat.
Proyo recommends that you let the tube sit out and thaw for about 3 to 5 minutes. If you can’t wait that long, you can also thaw by running under cold tap water along the edge of the tube for around 20 seconds.
The Dutch chocolate was the absolute best in my opinion followed by the blueberry pomegranate.
Mmm.. so much YES! Rich and decedent, this single tube satisfied my sweet tooth without the guilt of traditional frozen treats. ProYo has definitely become a staple in my freezer and hopefully they come out with even more delicious flavors to enjoy in the future.
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