Along with beach trips, barbecues, and baseball games, the abundance of fresh, juicy fruit is among summer’s greatest pleasures. And while it’s tempting to think that fruity desserts—such as pie, ice pops, and sorbet—are somehow healthier than other treats simply by association, that’s not the case.

“One hundred calories of fruit is a big portion—possibly more than you’d eat in one sitting—so opting for fruit means you’ll get a sweet hit and feel full on fewer calories,” says Maxine Siegel, R.D., who heads Consumer Reports’ food lab. “Sorbet, for instance, can be really refreshing, but so can chilled fresh raspberries, and 100 calories will only buy you a small serving of sorbet.” Plus, fruit desserts are often packed with added sugars and low in fiber.

To help you see just how much healthy summer goodness fruit delivers compared with fruit desserts, we calculated 100-calorie portions of six pairings so you can decide for yourself how you want to spend your calories this summer. Click through the slideshow below.