Mint chocolate chip ice cream is a popular flavor, with many different companies and restaurants offering the flavor. Blue Bunny and Breyer's are two well-known companies that produce mint chocolate chip ice cream, and Baskin-Robbins is a popular chain offering this flavor.
In a half-cup serving of Blue Bunny mint chocolate chip ice cream, there are 160 calories, 9 g of fat, 30 mg of cholesterol, 18 g of carbohydrates and 16 g of sugar. In addition, there are 125 mg of potassium and 55 mg of sodium in one serving.
Breyer's mint chocolate chip ice cream contains 150 calories, 8 g of fat, 15 mg of cholesterol, 45 mg of sodium, 18 g of carbohydrates and 17 g of sugar in a half-cup serving.
The serving size for Baskin-Robbins mint chocolate chip ice cream is one 4-oz. scoop, which equates to a half-cup. There are 270 calories, 16 g of fat, 55 mg of cholesterol, 95 mg of sodium, 28 g of carbohydrates and 26 g of sugar in one serving.
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