Skinny Cow launches new ice cream flavours
Australian ice cream brand, Skinny Cow, has launched three new flavours in its “portion-controlled” range.
Skinny Cow, which is part of the Peters Ice Cream brand portfolio, said its range is “97 per cent fat free”, has “fewer than 151 calories per serve” and “contains no artificial sweeteners”.
The three new flavours are ‘Choc Cherry Ice Cream Cookies’, ‘Cookies and Cream Ice Cream Cups’ and ‘Peanut Butter Sundaes’.
Peters Ice Cream said the new range is “the perfect ice cream choice for those being mindful of what they eat, but still looking to treat themselves occasionally”.
“Skinny Cow really is the ideal ice cream choice for us ladies, as they satisfy those sweet cravings while keeping us on track to our goals,” said Emma-Jane Collins, Peters Ice Cream Head of Marketing.
Other products in the Skinny Cow range include ‘Vanilla Ice Cream Cookies’, ‘Coffee Ice Cream Cookies’, ‘Caramel Ice Cream Cookies’, ‘Vanilla Choc Sundae’, ‘Vanilla Chocolate Ice Cream Stick’, and ‘English Toffee Ice Cream Stick’.
The Skinny Cow range is available at Woolworths and Coles supermarkets, as well as independent retailers, for RRP $7.49 for a four pack.
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