The mini version of the Twister lolly is only 1 ProPoint, I always have these in the freezer and if anyone else in the family wants one but doesn't find them big enough they can just have two right?
Co-operative rocket lollies and orange juice lollies are another firm favourite of mine and also come in at just 1 ProPoint each.
I just discovered that Fab lollies are only 2 Pro Points which I think is great for something coated in chocolate and you can usually get them on ice cream vans too so these could be a good pick if you are having a day at the seaside.
Magnums are my ultimate ice cream treat and they come in at around 7 ProPoints each depending on variety. I think this isn't too unreasonable if you have a few points left in your weekly budget. You could even count 3 points from your daily budget and 4 from your weekly?
If you fancy a slice of Vienetta but are afraid that you wont be able to control your portions these Weight Watcher ice cream waves are just the trick. They are quite small but for 3 ProPoints you can't complain.
Cornetto's are 6 ProPoints for the classic flavour but only 5 for the strawberry variety so you savvy dieters out there should check the difference in flavours to save yourself some points.
I generally avoid ice cream because my scoop is the size of about three normal scoops and if I have a tub I just don't know where to stop.
If you do fancy an ice cream beware because a Dairy Milk McFlurry is 9 ProPoints and this might rise to about 12 depending on what variety you have. A small ice cream cone in McDonalds is only 4 ProPoints so you can still have an ice cream treat but not blow your budget.
Ben and Jerry's Ice cream averages 5 ProPoints per scoop for flavours like Cookie Dough of Baked Alaska so be careful!
Sorbet is a great option for the calorie conscious and is only 1 ProPoint per scoop and 2 ProPoints for brands like Tesco Finest.
Hope this helps to keep you on track. What is your favourite treat to cool down in the summer sun?