Monday, July 14, 2008

Turkey Hill Moose Tracks Light Ice Cream Review

So I've tried Breyer's double churned. I've tried Edy's slow-churned. Time to try Turkey Hill's cold-churned. For all we know, these all mean the same thing, but let's dig in & see what's up.
Ok, initial impressions are good with Chocolate Nutty Moose Tracks. It describes itself as Chocolate light ice cream with choco peanuts, peanut butter cups, and Moose Tracks® fudge. Let's be clear though, there are 2 tastes hitting the old tastes buds. The first is a respectable light chocolate ice cream. The second one is the moose tracks fudge, which has a distinct dark chocolate flair to it. Oooo, I do enjoy the dark chocolate and this flavor is winning me over. Yeah, I was only going to try a couple bites, but I've stumbled into a treasure trove of tasty tracks. On the down side, I think I've only hit one or two peanuts and pb cup pieces so far and there is a decent size whole in this fresh container of ice cream.

On Second Scoop: Dug into another section of this ice cream. Tried to pay more attention to the very small and thin peanut butter cups, which I did find more often. The choco-peanuts still escape me, I only got one cluster (though it was a tasty cluster). The dark chocolate overtones weren't as noticeable the second time around. While this is a tasty flavor, I'm thinking it suffers a bit from bad scattering of the tasty add-ins.

Nutrition: 140 / 50-2 / 2 / 3

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