7 February 2022
Breyers' low carb ice cream is the solution to your cravings. We all know that having an ice cream dessert is a great thing to do, but sometimes we just don't want all of the extra calories in our bodies. Breyers' has come out with a low calorie ice cream that still tastes great. You get all of the flavor without all of the guilt.
The new Breyers' low carb ice cream has half the fat and one third less calories than their regular ice cream. This means that you can have a guilt free dessert at night without feeling bad about it.
Breyers' new low carb ice cream is made with SplendaÂ® brand sweetener instead of sugar. It doesn't taste any different though, and it is just as smooth and creamy as regular Breyers' ice cream.
You can also make some delicious recipes with this new low carb ice cream, such as milkshakes or frozen yogurt popsicles. The possibilities are endless when you try Breyers' low carb ice cream.
Breyers ice cream is the perfect dessert to share with your friends, family, and colleagues when you want to celebrate. Whether it's a birthday party, an office party, or a wedding reception, this delicious treat will satisfy everyone's sweet tooth. It's a cold and creamy way to end any meal and leave you with a smile on your face.
Since 1866, Breyers has been synonymous with premium ice cream. The company started with William A. Breyer who started making ice cream in Philadelphia. He used fresh fruits and other wholesome ingredients that made his ice creams some of the best in the area. His business grew so much that he needed to expand his operations by selling his products in the nearby city of Philadelphia where he was able to command higher prices for his product.
With Breyers Carb Smart you can indulge in the sweet decadence of Vanilla Bean, Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough, or Mint Chocolate Chip without all the guilt of over-indulging.
Milk, Erythritol, Cream, Polydextrose, Maltitol Syrup, Cellulose Gel And Gum, Contains 2& Or Less Of Natural Flavors, Sucralose, Cellulose Gum, Carob Bean Gum, Mono & Diglycerides