Open Nature Scandal-less Ice Cream
Safeway’s Open Nature Scandal less Ice Cream may be the answer to your prayers if you’ve been hoping to find an ice cream that won’t derail your diet. Following the current trend of low calorie, low fat and higher protein ice cream, the Open Nature Scandal Less Ice Cream scratches the ice cream itch, providing the intense flavor and creaminess you crave, with a fraction of the calories plus a protein punch. It has 67% less fat and 45% fewer calories than regular ice cream!
The Open Nature Scandal Less ice cream maintains its low calorie count using the zero-calorie sweetener Stevia, along with cane sugar and sugar alcohol. Because this is under the Open Nature line, you can be certain that only natural ingredients are used to make the ice cream as well. If you love ice cream, but can’t have dairy, check out the new Open Nature Dairy Free Frozen Desserts made with almond milk and cashew milk.
Open Nature Scandal Less Ice Cream Flavors
The new Open Nature Scandal Less Ice Cream comes in 7 delicious flavors all under 380 calories per pint.
- Sea-Salt Caramel Light Ice Cream at 290 calories per pint, 6 grams of fat per pint and 12 grams of sugar per pint
- Chocolate Mocha Chip Light Ice Cream at 340 calories per pint
- Vanilla Flavored Light Ice Cream at 240 calories per pint
- Cookie Dough Light Ice Cream at 330 calories per pint
- Peanut Butter Cup Light Ice Cream at 370 calories per cup
- Mint Chip Light Ice Cream at 320 calories per pint
- Cookies and Cream Light Ice Cream at 320 calories per pint.
Open Nature Scandal Less Ice Cream Review
I picked up three pints of the new Scandal Less Ice Cream at my local Safeway to try. If you’ve been following our blog for any time, you know my affinity for real ice cream, especially the new super premium Signature RESERVE Ice Cream, but because summer is around the corner and I have three young kids that will want to go to the pool this summer, indulging in lighter ice cream is the smarter option at this time. The best part is that I don’t feel like I am making a huge sacrifice with this light ice cream! My husband is a new fan, espcially because these are lower sugar than his favorite Ben & Jerry’s ice Cream!
I tried the Scandal Less Sea Salt Caramel flavor and it was creamy, full of flavor and delicious! There was a lot of swirled caramel throughout the cup and with 18 grams of protein per cup, I did not feel guilty about eating half the pint in one sitting.
The peanut butter cup ice cream is incredibly indulgent tasting – just like a smashed peanut butter cup mixed with chocolate ice cream – so yummy! This was my husband’s favorite ice cream hands down – he loved the peanut butter chocolate combination.
The cookies and cream variety is made with organic cookies and cream and it had a ton of cookie chunks throughout the pint. My kiddos loved the cookies and cream and they said they couldn’t tell it was a lower calorie option. I loved that they weren’t bouncing off the walls after indulging in a few scoops each!
The Open nature Scandal Less ice Cream is on sale for $2.99 through April 29th. There is a new Just for U Digital Coupon for $1.00 off 1 pint of Open Nature Scandal Less Ice Cream that you can pair with the sale and pay just $1.99 per pint.
Check out this video we put together to promote this new low calorie ice cream below.
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