Few foods say “summer” and “fun” the way ice pops, ice cream sandwiches, and other frozen treats do. 

While it’s fine to give in to temptation occasionally, it’s easy to go overboard when it’s hot out. “Over the course of the summer, those frozen treats can add up,” says Amy Keating, a registered dietitian at Consumer Reports.

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In general, in a healthy diet “fun foods” can make up about 10 percent of your daily calories. If you’re following a 2,000-calorie diet, that means you can spend about 200 calories on treats per day—including frozen treats. To help you stay within that limit, we calculated what 100 calories of classic summer frozen treats looks like. 

A illustration that shows 100-calorie portions of popular frozen treats.