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Old 06-26-2012, 03:30 PM   #1
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What is your favorite sugar-free ice cream?

What is your favorite brand of sugar free ice cream? So far, my favorites are:

1. Breyer's sugar-free vanilla-bean ice cream.
2.Blue Bunny sugar free banana split ice cream.
3. CarbSmart sugar free ice cream, any flavor but mint (I detest mint flavor).
If I had to choose a CarbSmart favorite, it would be butter pecan.

I am going to have to learn to make my own strawberry cheesecake, sugar free ice cream, because it's a favorite flavor, and no one makes it that I've seen. I'd also love to find a good sugar free maplenut.

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Old 06-26-2012, 03:34 PM   #2
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Funny, I can get Blue Bunny Strawberry Cheesecake SF here. I tend towards Dreyer's and Blue Bunny, but the lower sugar ones, not the SF. I can't have the artificial sugars, they mess me up too much.
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I like the Breyer's Vanilla Bean a lot, but we have a brand here in Canada, Chapmans', that have a vanilla sugar free/lactose free that is sooooo rich and yummy good.

Oh boy, now you've done it I want to go get some!
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Old 06-27-2012, 01:01 PM   #4
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I like the Breyer's Vanilla Bean a lot, but we have a brand here in Canada, Chapmans', that have a vanilla sugar free/lactose free that is sooooo rich and yummy good.

Oh boy, now you've done it I want to go get some!
I've had Chapman's, and the mouthfeel is incredible, as is the flavor. Bonus, it is whipped full of air, so when you eat it, though it seems luxurious, and filling, You're getting less actual product that with the more dense, premium ice creams. Less calories, fat, and carbs per serving, but with no feeling of being cheated. It's all good.

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Old 06-27-2012, 02:11 PM   #5
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Gelaterías in Italia

Buonasera,

In all honesty, since I had been cow milk lactose intolerant, I have become very well adjusted to never consuming too much cow milk; thus, I have adopted Granitas ( Ice with Espresso ) and Sorbetto, which is low in calories, and made from fresh fruit, like a sherbert.

It can be purchased sugar free, low sugar or regular.

*** The Brands I have enjoyed the most when I do indulge in Italian icecream are:

Veneto: Gelatería Rialto and Venezia Gelatería

Sicilia: Gelatería Costanzo

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