First thing I notice? A tangy smell, kind of reminds me of angel food cake. Hmmm, let's check the ingredients. We've got coconut oil in the chocolaty coating and the (ice cream?), plus there are roasted almonds, so maybe that's what I'm picking up on. I take my first bite and I like it. It's a decent shell on some decent ice cream. The ice cream is fairly soft, but not too airy or fake. I notice the speckles in the ice cream continue through the entire treat --- I know this makes sense, but just incase you thought it was two kinds of ice cream, it's not. You know, I'm still getting a bit of that angel food cake taste.
I continue on through the treat, stopping to enjoy the almonds in the chocolaty shell. It's not a forgiving shell, and it is cracking and occasionally falling, but hey, this type of treat usually does that.
Mmm, and now it's time for the ice cream sandwich part. No problems with the wafer. It's got a decent flavor and it's not too dry --- again, granted I've kind of primed myself by eating the first half of the treat, but I'm just not having any trouble. That mild angel food taste does persist and I tried to tell if it was coming from the ice cream or the wafers. Well, i guess that's why I can't lock it down, because it is so mild.
And then it's gone. I think I may have to get another one next time and do a second scoop to doublecheck my opinions. I love that fact that this treat has a very unique design, and overall I enjoyed it, though I am a little bothered by this lingering angel food taste. I don't mean to harp on it, but it's following me around the house like a lost puppy and I'm just not real sure what to do with it.
Buy Again? If I could find them!
|Serving Size 1 Sandwich (91g)|
Servings Per Container 1
|Amount Per Serving|
|Calories 280||from Fat 140|
|% Daily Value*|
|Total Fat 16g||25%|
|- Sat Fat 11g||55%|
|- Trans Fat 0g|
|Total Carbohydrate 33g||11%|
|- Dietary Fiber <1g||3%|
|- Sugars 22g|
|Vitamin A 0%||Vitamin C 0%|
|Calcium 6%||Iron 2%|