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Halo Top is bringing its first low-calorie soft serve to NYC

Written by
Alyson Penn

The 300-calorie pints of ice cream called Halo Top have stolen the hearts of all those who love SoulCycle, chia seeds and long runs along the East River. And until now, New Yorkers have only been able to buy the high-protein, low-fat pints at their local CVS. But starting Thursday, May 31, the Halo team is opening a pop-up in Supermoon Bakehouse serving their brand-new seasonal Peaches & Cream soft serve (90 calories for a 4-ounce container) swirled inside the bakery's flakey cruffin (calories unknown).

At the pop-up, the team will also be handing out their LA-based Peanut Butter Cup and Vanilla Bean soft serve in less-edible vestibules (read: cups) for free while supplies last. As for the cruffin-soft-serve combo, the first 150 guests each day will get the treats, also for zero dollars. However, you won't have the option to pay for them after that—they'll be gone until the next day. The pop-up only lasts until Sunday, June 3, so get your skinny butts over the LES the weekend after Memorial Day

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