While I started out this pregnancy staying on track with what I was eating with just a craving for buffalo chicken, the third trimester has brought on a sweet and salty craving. I have been trying hard this pregnancy to eat healthier than I did with my first two pregnancies. So far I have been staying on track and staying away from all the sweets, but it is becoming harder and harder with my cravings. Plus now that the warm spring weather has arrived, the kids are always asking if they can have ice cream to help cool them down after an afternoon of sports.
This past week I was introduced to Perfectly Free™, a frozen treat that has only 25-35 calories each and comes in four different varieties: Cocoa & Vanilla, Salted Caramel & Vanilla, Cherry & Vanilla, and Blueberry & Vanilla. For those with food allergies, or have friends with food allergies, Perfectly Free™ is free of the Big 8 Food Allergens—dairy-free, soy-free, wheat-free, peanut-free, egg-free, fish-free, shellfish-free, and tree nut-free. Jonathan and Trevor both have a couple friends that have allergies to dairy, so it’s a great alternative when they want a cold treat after running around outside during the summer.
Perfectly Free™ – Non-Dairy Frozen Treat:
- tree nut-free
Knowing the kids are huge fans of cherries, I picked up a box of the Perfectly Free™ Cherry & Vanilla as well as the Caramel & Vanilla at our local Shaw’s supermarket. The Perfectly Free™ varieties are found in the freezer section, the box is small, so make sure to keep an eye out for it. The price point is around $4-$5 and each box contains 8 treats.
Perfectly Free™ has a soft outer layer with a creamy coconut center, and while you can bite into them like my kids do, I prefer to cut them into halves.
Do you have a family member with food allergies? Keep an eye out for these Perfectly Free™ frozen treats, they’re a healthier option for not only adults but children as well.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Perfectly Free. The opinions and text are all mine.