As it is very hot in summer, it is always nice to find a small frozen snack, just to cool off between swimming and outdoor activities.
Ice cream is delicious, but unfortunately it is a dairy product and it is prohibited for people with phenylketonuria. I was lucky enough to come across this wonderful product during my last grocery shopping! It is a coconut-based ice cream that contains no protein and very few calories. A real bargain! I found it in the vegan products section of a Metro Plus.
- Portion: 2 tablespoon
- Calories: 30
- Carbohydrates: 4g
- Sugar: 2g
- Proteins: 0g
Are you ice cream fans? Do you replace it with another cold food during the summer? Do not hesitate to comment!
The articles, ideas, advice and recipes published here are suggestions. It is important to always seek the advice of a medical professional before undertaking any training. In addition, even if the recipes and foods published on PCU Blogue’s online platforms have a low protein rate, note that their nutritional values and their phenylalanine content have not been evaluated. If you are a parent of a child with phenylketonuria, consult your dietitian before trying any new products.