Nick’s Swedish-Style Light Ice Cream Review of All Flavors

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When it comes to the “healthy” ice cream on the market today, I’m generally not a fan.

Don’t get me wrong: I absolutely love ice cream, but those healthy pints too often miss the mark.

Halo Top, Enlightened, Arctic Zero, and others, never quite feel like I’m eating actual ice cream. And if it doesn’t taste like ice cream, what’s the point?

Enter: Nick’s Swedish-Style Light Ice Cream.

Since I am fully immersed in the world of high-protein snacks, I started getting targeted ads for this ice cream, and I was immediately intrigued. I mean, the images make it look too good to be true…

Photo from nicks.com

It’s easy to make any food look good, but does it actually taste as good as it looks? Well, we’re about to find out.

Note that this post is not sponsored and does not contain any affiliate links. The following review is 100% honest and unbiased without any financial incentive.

What makes Nicks Ice Cream different?

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Unless you’re from Sweden, I’m going to go out on a limb and assume that you have no idea what Swedish-style ice cream actually is.

Unfortunately, I still can’t seem to find a definition of it for you. BUT, I can break down what is unique about Nick’s ice cream.

First and foremost, Nick’s is keto-friendly, with each serving containing around 4-7g of total net carbs. If you were to eat an entire pint, it wouldn’t be quite as keto-friendly anymore as you’d be looking at around 20g of net carbs total.

But there are plenty of keto-friendly ice cream options out there on the market today. What really sets Nick’s Ice Cream apart is the use of EPG.

EPG is a plant-based fat alternative that has the properties of fat without all of the calories. In other words, it lends that extra creamy texture that you’d expect from ice cream, all while keeping it low calorie!

Nick’s Ice Cream has the exclusive rights to use EPG in their low calorie ice cream, which really sets it apart from the competition.

If you’re tired of having to wait for your low-calorie pint of ice cream to thaw out before eating, you’re not going to run into that problem with Nick’s.

Also unique to Nick’s Ice Cream is their use of “Perfect Day” milk in their vegan line. Perfect Day uses a plant-based whey protein that is not derived from animals in their milk, making it completely vegan! But since it is actual whey protein, it ends up tasting like real-deal ice cream.

Nicks Ice Cream: Overall thoughts

You’d never know this wasn’t full-fat ice cream by looking at it

Nick’s Ice Cream has a ton of flavors and products. For my initial review, I was only able to get my hands on 6 different ice cream pints.

In 2022, Nick’s Ice Cream released a handful of new ice cream pints, and I was able to get my hands on 7 brand new flavors, as well as some of the vegan options.

In total, I was able to try 19 different pints, an ice cream cookie sandwich, and various protein bars from Nick’s.

However, you should note that there are still other flavors that Nick’s sells that I haven’t tried.

A few flavors you will not see reviewed here include salted caramel (Sälta Karamell), Swedish mint chip (Mint Chokladchip), triple chocolate (choklad), and coffee caramel (Coffee Karamell).

You can find my breakdown of each individual flavor as your scroll down, but here are my overall thoughts on Nick’s Light Ice Cream as a whole…

If you want to see a full video review of the specific flavors I am reviewing below, you can check out my two review videos below:

Vanilla

Swedish Vanilj

Strawberry Swirl

Strawbär Swirl

Swedish Cookie Dough

Peanut Butter Cup

Cookies & Cream

Cookies and Kräm

Swedish Pistasch (Pistachio)

With actual pistachio pieces!

Strawberry Cheesecake

Strawbär Cheesecake

Campfire S’mores

Campfire S’mörgs

Rocky Road (Rocky Fjord)

Swedish Apple Pie

Swedish Munchies

Raspberry Swirl

Raspbär Swirl

Hazelnut Cream

Hazelnöt Kräm

Vegan Flavors

I tried these 6 vegan ice cream pints from Nick’s, and you can find the full review of every flavor on my other blog, Protein Snack Finder. But I’ll give my overall thoughts below for ya!

Vanilla Cookie Sandwich

Bonus: Nick’s Keto Snack Bars

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I mean, just look at that filling!

Bonus: Nick’s Smak Bars

Smak Bars are the new refrigerated protein bars from Nick’s. They’re described as “the first Swedish-style refrigerated protein bar,” but I’m still not sure what makes these Swedish-style, exactly.

I tested 4 different flavors, but they deserved their own review, so you can find that on my second blog, Protein Snack Finder.

Conclusion: Is Nick’s Ice Cream worth it?

All in all, Nick’s Ice Cream is my favorite “healthy” alternative to ice cream.

I’m never going to give up actual ice cream, because I believe in flexible dieting and have no dietary restrictions when it comes to carbs or sugar. Regular ice cream is just too delicious to give up.

However, sometimes you just want an alternative, and I can highly recommend Nick’s Ice Cream.

If you happen to be low-carb or keto, you won’t find a better low-carb ice cream than Nick’s.

Every flavor is not a home run, but they are still consistently better than other brands I have tried.

Nick’s Ice Cream has a bunch of other flavors that I haven’t been able to try (along with some amazing-sounding ice cream sandwiches), so I can’t say how they are as a whole. But in my opinion, these products are all worth trying.

Yes, they come with a hefty price tag. But as an occasional treat, I believe they are definitely worth a try, especially if you are just a curious person like me.

Have you tried Nick’s Ice Cream pints, or any of the other Nick’s products? Let me know how you feel about them! Everyone’s tastes are different, so I’m always curious to hear if you guys agree with me or not.

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