LOS ANGELES — Real Good Foods Co., maker of low-carb, high-protein frozen foods, is making its debut in the dessert category with the launch of Real Good ice cream.

The super-premium, better-for-you treat is sweetened with allulose, a naturally occurring sugar that allows the body to metabolize allulose as natural sugar and not an added sugar, Real Good Foods said. Made with 16% butterfat and the prebiotic fiber inulin, the ice cream contains 170 to 200 calories, 4 to 6 grams of sugar, 4 to 5 grams of protein and 19 to 21 grams of carbs per 2/3-cup serving. Flavors include vanilla, chocolate, mint chip, peanut butter, salted caramel, mocha java chip, almond charcoal and cake batter.

“Other healthier ice creams are classified as ‘light’ ice cream while ours is classified as ‘super-premium,’” Real Good Foods said. “Unlike many other ‘light’ ice creams that often fluff their pints with air or water to hit a low-calorie claim, our ice cream is real … it fits the standard identity of real, super-premium ice cream without all the calories and carbs.”

Real Good ice cream pints are available on the company’s website and at Vitamin Shoppe locations nationwide.