Not to get too into the minutiae of the label, BUT, when an item like this comes along in a 6 month contest prep diet, it truly can be a "game changer" in terms of the mental benefits it can bring of feeling like you're eating something that not only doesn't make you feel deprived, but like you're indulging. I'm not an "IIFYM" guy so I stick to the traditional foods, with the exception of my high day, when I allow myself some leeway to get the carbs in, and for sanity. Not eating fast food or anything, but I'll have a bagel in the morning, a Lenny and Larry's complete cookie and a protein shake for my pre-workout meal, etc.
Ok, back to the Halo Top. It doesn't taste EXACTLY like real ice cream, but it's the closest I've ever tried. I have had the arctic zero that @Chris_Colucci mentioned, and it tastes terrible, so I'm glad I didn't indulge just to find out the cals were labeled incorrectly. The Halo Top doesn't feel as thick or creamy as normal hard ice cream would, but it still has some thickness to it from the small amount of cream, as well as the carob gum, guar gum and fiber. The erythritol and stevia are pretty well balanced for sweetness, sometimes they can give a bitter taste but I didn't get that. Coupled with 24g protein (per pint) from the milk and eggs, and 56g carbs (16 net grams from carbs after the fiber and erythritol are factored out), lots of fiber, it's good stuff. I'm hoping with the emphasis they put on "us vs. theirs" with their advertising the calories and ingredients on their website, that they wouldn't go through all that trouble knowing they're falsely advertising the cals, especially after the arctic zero lawsuit in 2012. Cottage cheese or greek yogurt with whey is my usual last meal of the evening, in the freezer of course, but the Halo Top IMO tastes great (at least the flavor I tried, I've heard some aren't as good as others.)
That being said, I've been on a careful nutrition plan throughout my entire off season, the last time I ate ice cream was after my show in June. I start my official prep beginning of January, and you can bet a pint of Halo Top is in on my high day!