So you like ice cream, right? Me too. My trainer, Ryan, does as well and he came up with this amazing concoction the other night. The only difference between his recipe and mine is the bar. He used the Met-Rx big 100 bar, which is also good. Seriously use which ever protein bar you want, but try this as well! The wafer in the power crunch bar adds such a great texture to the ice cream. It’s amazing. If you’ve only ever known Arctic Zero in the low calorie ice cream market, then you’ll love halo top after trying this easy recipe.

Finished sundae
I mean, can you really say no to this?


  • 117 grams Halo Top Birthday Cake Ice Cream (3 small scoops)
  • 17 grams Peanut Butter Fudge Power Crunch Protein Energy Bar (just less than 1/2 the bar)5 grams Walden Farms Caramel Dip (1/2 tbs)


Chop up the protein bar and set aside just less than half of it. Scoop out 3 scoops of Halo Top Birthday Cake Ice Cream into a bowl or mug. Sprinkle reserved portion of protein bar onto the ice cream, and drizzle 1/2 tbs of the caramel dip on top.

Chopped up protein barChopped up protein bar

Another equally amazing idea that my trainer brought up was mixing the protein bar into the ice cream to make a flurry like dessert. Top the mixed up deliciousness with the caramel dip, and dig in. Enjoy!

Macros for one serving
Macros for one serving, which is the entire recipe.

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Sarah Wagner

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Sarah handles all things marketing for Gravitus. An avid baker, she enjoys developing macro friendly recipes. She's been lifting heavy since 2013, and loves the barbell like she loves cute puppies.