For something with no fat or added sugar, this one scoops amazingly just like regular ice cream. The texture isn’t too far off either. While it’s more reminiscent of frozen yogurt, the amount of creaminess is remarkable. I’m not sure if I should be fascinated or terrified by how far food science has come. Either way, I have to give props to Blue Bunny.
The fudge swirl, on the other hand doesn’t share the same fate. There’s no mistaking that its sugar free. Sure you can taste some decent quality chocolate but it becomes cloying fast. Also ice cream companies, stop calling your syrup swirl fudge! You’re not fooling anyone.
Last but not least are the brownies, oh the brownies. How these things have no fat is beyond me. They’re no Greyston Bakery but these little gems are chewy and moist. I really can’t distinguish these from most other brownies you find in ice cream to be honest. Heck, they’re better than the majority I have sampled. They make this flavor hard to put down when all you want to do is keep digging for more. Be fair warned though, excess consumption of sugar alcohols can lead to “tummy troubles” and you could end up bloated like me after a few servings. Thankfully that was the full extent of my problems but people who are more sensitive should take caution. Even at 90 calories a serving, you need to have some self-control here.
I have to say, Blue Bunny has made my journey into this segment of ice cream a pleasant one. I might just have to try others in their Sweet Freedoms line. If you have any requests, be sure to leave them in the comments!
Verdict? A pleasant surprise
Buy Again? If I can practice restraint when hunting for the brownies, yes.