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Halo Top Releases New Dairy-Free Flavors: Toasted Coconut and Vanilla Maple

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They’re made of coconut milk and are under 320 calories per pint

Halo Top

The two new flavors are perfect for vegans or anyone going dairy-free.

Dairy-free ice cream lovers, today is your day. Halo Top has announced the release of two new vegan flavors: Toasted Coconut and Vanilla Maple. The brand is also sending some of their fan-favorites — including Pancakes & Waffles, Birthday Cake, Candy Bar, Chocolate Almond Crunch, and Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough — to join the seven other dairy-free flavors that became available in 2017.

Halo Top has been a favorite of millennials, fitness enthusiasts, and anyone who wants the satisfaction of consuming an entire pint of ice cream in one sitting — without feeling sick once their spoon hits the bottom. Because Halo Top has removed most of the calories and fat from ice cream, an entire pint is a reasonable serving of the low-cal confection.

The pints are so tempting in fact, that they launched Halo Top to the No. 1 spot in ice cream sales, outselling even the most classic creamy varieties.

“When we launched our original line of non-dairy flavors, we knew we wanted to expand to include even more indulgent options,” said Justin Woolverton, Halo Top’s CEO and founder, in a press release. “We know our fans look to us for variety and creativity in our flavors, and we want to make sure we always address those requests for our dairy-averse and vegan fans as well.”

Toasted Coconut is 320 calories per pint and reportedly tastes like a “creamy coconut pint” with “tropical notes” and flakes of real coconut.

Vanilla Maple is 280 calories per pint, and Halo Top claims it “elevates the iconic vanilla taste to another level” with hints of rich maple.

We hope these pints live up to the rest of the brand’s decadent creations — though some enjoy them more than others. We tried the last release of new flavor varieties, and our reviews were mixed.


Halo Top Is Coming Out With Two New Flavors

The Halo Top section of your grocery store is about to get a little bigger &mdash and not just because the low-calorie, high-protein ice cream brand recently overtook Haagen-Daz and Ben & Jerry's to become the bestselling pint in America. Barely three months after opening its first scoop shop in California &mdash featuring Halo Top's first foray into soft serve &mdash the company's rolling out seven new, non-dairy (read: totally vegan) pints.

Five of the desserts are existing flavors reimagined without the milk &mdash Pancakes & Waffles, Birthday Cake, Candy Bar, Chocolate Almond Crunch, and Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough &mdash but two are brand spankin' new. Let's take a closer look, shall we?

Toasted Coconut

This one would make for a killer base to a piña colada. It's a coconut-flavored "frozen dessert" (since it's not technically ice cream), using coconut milk instead of the fresh-from-a-cow variety. The whole thing's flecked with toasted coconut and clocks in at 320 calories per pint. There are about 12 grams of protein in the pint, or 3 grams per half-cup serving (a half-cup will set you back 80 cals).

Vanilla Maple

If vanilla's a little too basic for your tastes, here's a fresh twist: This dessert tastes a little like maple syrup, making it the ideal topper for a Belgian waffle. You know, in case you're not opposed to living the "but first, dessert" lifestyle. At 70 calories per half cup (and 280 for the whole pint), it's more waistline-friendly than the equivalent amount in butter. Or even whipped cream, based on USDA data.

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Halo Top Is Coming Out With Two New Flavors

The Halo Top section of your grocery store is about to get a little bigger &mdash and not just because the low-calorie, high-protein ice cream brand recently overtook Haagen-Daz and Ben & Jerry's to become the bestselling pint in America. Barely three months after opening its first scoop shop in California &mdash featuring Halo Top's first foray into soft serve &mdash the company's rolling out seven new, non-dairy (read: totally vegan) pints.

Five of the desserts are existing flavors reimagined without the milk &mdash Pancakes & Waffles, Birthday Cake, Candy Bar, Chocolate Almond Crunch, and Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough &mdash but two are brand spankin' new. Let's take a closer look, shall we?

Toasted Coconut

This one would make for a killer base to a piña colada. It's a coconut-flavored "frozen dessert" (since it's not technically ice cream), using coconut milk instead of the fresh-from-a-cow variety. The whole thing's flecked with toasted coconut and clocks in at 320 calories per pint. There are about 12 grams of protein in the pint, or 3 grams per half-cup serving (a half-cup will set you back 80 cals).

Vanilla Maple

If vanilla's a little too basic for your tastes, here's a fresh twist: This dessert tastes a little like maple syrup, making it the ideal topper for a Belgian waffle. You know, in case you're not opposed to living the "but first, dessert" lifestyle. At 70 calories per half cup (and 280 for the whole pint), it's more waistline-friendly than the equivalent amount in butter. Or even whipped cream, based on USDA data.

Follow Delish on Instagram.

Download the Delish app.


Halo Top Is Coming Out With Two New Flavors

The Halo Top section of your grocery store is about to get a little bigger &mdash and not just because the low-calorie, high-protein ice cream brand recently overtook Haagen-Daz and Ben & Jerry's to become the bestselling pint in America. Barely three months after opening its first scoop shop in California &mdash featuring Halo Top's first foray into soft serve &mdash the company's rolling out seven new, non-dairy (read: totally vegan) pints.

Five of the desserts are existing flavors reimagined without the milk &mdash Pancakes & Waffles, Birthday Cake, Candy Bar, Chocolate Almond Crunch, and Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough &mdash but two are brand spankin' new. Let's take a closer look, shall we?

Toasted Coconut

This one would make for a killer base to a piña colada. It's a coconut-flavored "frozen dessert" (since it's not technically ice cream), using coconut milk instead of the fresh-from-a-cow variety. The whole thing's flecked with toasted coconut and clocks in at 320 calories per pint. There are about 12 grams of protein in the pint, or 3 grams per half-cup serving (a half-cup will set you back 80 cals).

Vanilla Maple

If vanilla's a little too basic for your tastes, here's a fresh twist: This dessert tastes a little like maple syrup, making it the ideal topper for a Belgian waffle. You know, in case you're not opposed to living the "but first, dessert" lifestyle. At 70 calories per half cup (and 280 for the whole pint), it's more waistline-friendly than the equivalent amount in butter. Or even whipped cream, based on USDA data.

Follow Delish on Instagram.

Download the Delish app.


Halo Top Is Coming Out With Two New Flavors

The Halo Top section of your grocery store is about to get a little bigger &mdash and not just because the low-calorie, high-protein ice cream brand recently overtook Haagen-Daz and Ben & Jerry's to become the bestselling pint in America. Barely three months after opening its first scoop shop in California &mdash featuring Halo Top's first foray into soft serve &mdash the company's rolling out seven new, non-dairy (read: totally vegan) pints.

Five of the desserts are existing flavors reimagined without the milk &mdash Pancakes & Waffles, Birthday Cake, Candy Bar, Chocolate Almond Crunch, and Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough &mdash but two are brand spankin' new. Let's take a closer look, shall we?

Toasted Coconut

This one would make for a killer base to a piña colada. It's a coconut-flavored "frozen dessert" (since it's not technically ice cream), using coconut milk instead of the fresh-from-a-cow variety. The whole thing's flecked with toasted coconut and clocks in at 320 calories per pint. There are about 12 grams of protein in the pint, or 3 grams per half-cup serving (a half-cup will set you back 80 cals).

Vanilla Maple

If vanilla's a little too basic for your tastes, here's a fresh twist: This dessert tastes a little like maple syrup, making it the ideal topper for a Belgian waffle. You know, in case you're not opposed to living the "but first, dessert" lifestyle. At 70 calories per half cup (and 280 for the whole pint), it's more waistline-friendly than the equivalent amount in butter. Or even whipped cream, based on USDA data.

Follow Delish on Instagram.

Download the Delish app.


Halo Top Is Coming Out With Two New Flavors

The Halo Top section of your grocery store is about to get a little bigger &mdash and not just because the low-calorie, high-protein ice cream brand recently overtook Haagen-Daz and Ben & Jerry's to become the bestselling pint in America. Barely three months after opening its first scoop shop in California &mdash featuring Halo Top's first foray into soft serve &mdash the company's rolling out seven new, non-dairy (read: totally vegan) pints.

Five of the desserts are existing flavors reimagined without the milk &mdash Pancakes & Waffles, Birthday Cake, Candy Bar, Chocolate Almond Crunch, and Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough &mdash but two are brand spankin' new. Let's take a closer look, shall we?

Toasted Coconut

This one would make for a killer base to a piña colada. It's a coconut-flavored "frozen dessert" (since it's not technically ice cream), using coconut milk instead of the fresh-from-a-cow variety. The whole thing's flecked with toasted coconut and clocks in at 320 calories per pint. There are about 12 grams of protein in the pint, or 3 grams per half-cup serving (a half-cup will set you back 80 cals).

Vanilla Maple

If vanilla's a little too basic for your tastes, here's a fresh twist: This dessert tastes a little like maple syrup, making it the ideal topper for a Belgian waffle. You know, in case you're not opposed to living the "but first, dessert" lifestyle. At 70 calories per half cup (and 280 for the whole pint), it's more waistline-friendly than the equivalent amount in butter. Or even whipped cream, based on USDA data.

Follow Delish on Instagram.

Download the Delish app.


Halo Top Is Coming Out With Two New Flavors

The Halo Top section of your grocery store is about to get a little bigger &mdash and not just because the low-calorie, high-protein ice cream brand recently overtook Haagen-Daz and Ben & Jerry's to become the bestselling pint in America. Barely three months after opening its first scoop shop in California &mdash featuring Halo Top's first foray into soft serve &mdash the company's rolling out seven new, non-dairy (read: totally vegan) pints.

Five of the desserts are existing flavors reimagined without the milk &mdash Pancakes & Waffles, Birthday Cake, Candy Bar, Chocolate Almond Crunch, and Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough &mdash but two are brand spankin' new. Let's take a closer look, shall we?

Toasted Coconut

This one would make for a killer base to a piña colada. It's a coconut-flavored "frozen dessert" (since it's not technically ice cream), using coconut milk instead of the fresh-from-a-cow variety. The whole thing's flecked with toasted coconut and clocks in at 320 calories per pint. There are about 12 grams of protein in the pint, or 3 grams per half-cup serving (a half-cup will set you back 80 cals).

Vanilla Maple

If vanilla's a little too basic for your tastes, here's a fresh twist: This dessert tastes a little like maple syrup, making it the ideal topper for a Belgian waffle. You know, in case you're not opposed to living the "but first, dessert" lifestyle. At 70 calories per half cup (and 280 for the whole pint), it's more waistline-friendly than the equivalent amount in butter. Or even whipped cream, based on USDA data.

Follow Delish on Instagram.

Download the Delish app.


Halo Top Is Coming Out With Two New Flavors

The Halo Top section of your grocery store is about to get a little bigger &mdash and not just because the low-calorie, high-protein ice cream brand recently overtook Haagen-Daz and Ben & Jerry's to become the bestselling pint in America. Barely three months after opening its first scoop shop in California &mdash featuring Halo Top's first foray into soft serve &mdash the company's rolling out seven new, non-dairy (read: totally vegan) pints.

Five of the desserts are existing flavors reimagined without the milk &mdash Pancakes & Waffles, Birthday Cake, Candy Bar, Chocolate Almond Crunch, and Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough &mdash but two are brand spankin' new. Let's take a closer look, shall we?

Toasted Coconut

This one would make for a killer base to a piña colada. It's a coconut-flavored "frozen dessert" (since it's not technically ice cream), using coconut milk instead of the fresh-from-a-cow variety. The whole thing's flecked with toasted coconut and clocks in at 320 calories per pint. There are about 12 grams of protein in the pint, or 3 grams per half-cup serving (a half-cup will set you back 80 cals).

Vanilla Maple

If vanilla's a little too basic for your tastes, here's a fresh twist: This dessert tastes a little like maple syrup, making it the ideal topper for a Belgian waffle. You know, in case you're not opposed to living the "but first, dessert" lifestyle. At 70 calories per half cup (and 280 for the whole pint), it's more waistline-friendly than the equivalent amount in butter. Or even whipped cream, based on USDA data.

Follow Delish on Instagram.

Download the Delish app.


Halo Top Is Coming Out With Two New Flavors

The Halo Top section of your grocery store is about to get a little bigger &mdash and not just because the low-calorie, high-protein ice cream brand recently overtook Haagen-Daz and Ben & Jerry's to become the bestselling pint in America. Barely three months after opening its first scoop shop in California &mdash featuring Halo Top's first foray into soft serve &mdash the company's rolling out seven new, non-dairy (read: totally vegan) pints.

Five of the desserts are existing flavors reimagined without the milk &mdash Pancakes & Waffles, Birthday Cake, Candy Bar, Chocolate Almond Crunch, and Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough &mdash but two are brand spankin' new. Let's take a closer look, shall we?

Toasted Coconut

This one would make for a killer base to a piña colada. It's a coconut-flavored "frozen dessert" (since it's not technically ice cream), using coconut milk instead of the fresh-from-a-cow variety. The whole thing's flecked with toasted coconut and clocks in at 320 calories per pint. There are about 12 grams of protein in the pint, or 3 grams per half-cup serving (a half-cup will set you back 80 cals).

Vanilla Maple

If vanilla's a little too basic for your tastes, here's a fresh twist: This dessert tastes a little like maple syrup, making it the ideal topper for a Belgian waffle. You know, in case you're not opposed to living the "but first, dessert" lifestyle. At 70 calories per half cup (and 280 for the whole pint), it's more waistline-friendly than the equivalent amount in butter. Or even whipped cream, based on USDA data.

Follow Delish on Instagram.

Download the Delish app.


Halo Top Is Coming Out With Two New Flavors

The Halo Top section of your grocery store is about to get a little bigger &mdash and not just because the low-calorie, high-protein ice cream brand recently overtook Haagen-Daz and Ben & Jerry's to become the bestselling pint in America. Barely three months after opening its first scoop shop in California &mdash featuring Halo Top's first foray into soft serve &mdash the company's rolling out seven new, non-dairy (read: totally vegan) pints.

Five of the desserts are existing flavors reimagined without the milk &mdash Pancakes & Waffles, Birthday Cake, Candy Bar, Chocolate Almond Crunch, and Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough &mdash but two are brand spankin' new. Let's take a closer look, shall we?

Toasted Coconut

This one would make for a killer base to a piña colada. It's a coconut-flavored "frozen dessert" (since it's not technically ice cream), using coconut milk instead of the fresh-from-a-cow variety. The whole thing's flecked with toasted coconut and clocks in at 320 calories per pint. There are about 12 grams of protein in the pint, or 3 grams per half-cup serving (a half-cup will set you back 80 cals).

Vanilla Maple

If vanilla's a little too basic for your tastes, here's a fresh twist: This dessert tastes a little like maple syrup, making it the ideal topper for a Belgian waffle. You know, in case you're not opposed to living the "but first, dessert" lifestyle. At 70 calories per half cup (and 280 for the whole pint), it's more waistline-friendly than the equivalent amount in butter. Or even whipped cream, based on USDA data.

Follow Delish on Instagram.

Download the Delish app.


Halo Top Is Coming Out With Two New Flavors

The Halo Top section of your grocery store is about to get a little bigger &mdash and not just because the low-calorie, high-protein ice cream brand recently overtook Haagen-Daz and Ben & Jerry's to become the bestselling pint in America. Barely three months after opening its first scoop shop in California &mdash featuring Halo Top's first foray into soft serve &mdash the company's rolling out seven new, non-dairy (read: totally vegan) pints.

Five of the desserts are existing flavors reimagined without the milk &mdash Pancakes & Waffles, Birthday Cake, Candy Bar, Chocolate Almond Crunch, and Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough &mdash but two are brand spankin' new. Let's take a closer look, shall we?

Toasted Coconut

This one would make for a killer base to a piña colada. It's a coconut-flavored "frozen dessert" (since it's not technically ice cream), using coconut milk instead of the fresh-from-a-cow variety. The whole thing's flecked with toasted coconut and clocks in at 320 calories per pint. There are about 12 grams of protein in the pint, or 3 grams per half-cup serving (a half-cup will set you back 80 cals).

Vanilla Maple

If vanilla's a little too basic for your tastes, here's a fresh twist: This dessert tastes a little like maple syrup, making it the ideal topper for a Belgian waffle. You know, in case you're not opposed to living the "but first, dessert" lifestyle. At 70 calories per half cup (and 280 for the whole pint), it's more waistline-friendly than the equivalent amount in butter. Or even whipped cream, based on USDA data.

Follow Delish on Instagram.

Download the Delish app.



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