Caramel Pecan healthy ice cream

Caramel Pecan

You’ll find it hard to resist our Caramel Pecan flavour

And you don’t even have to try, because this creamy caramel ice cream with crunchy pecan pieces contains no more than 42 calories per scoop! It’s dairy free, gluten free and contains no added sugars. It’s also a natural source of dietary fibre and of potassium – for the full list of nutritional goodies see below. One thing you won’t find, though, is salt. In fact ours is so low in salt we carry a “very low salt” legal claim.

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  • Only 42 calories per scoop!
  • Very low salt!
    Reducing consumption of sodium contributes to the maintenance of normal blood pressure.
  • A natural source of potassium!
    Which contributes to normal blood pressure, nervous system and muscle function.
  • A natural source of dietary fibre!
*Authorised EU health claims are per 100g, as part of a healthy and balanced diet.

Nutrition Information

Ingredients: Water, Sweeteners (Xylitol, Erythritol, Steviol Glycosides), Coconut Milk, Free Range Egg Yolk, Pecans, Almonds, Cashews, Chicory Root Fibre, Tapioca Starch, Vanilla Extract, Vegetable Glycerine, Stabilisers (Guar Gum, Carob Bean Gum, Xanthan Gum), Natural Flavours, Natural Colours, Salt.

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Vitamins & Minerals
per 100g:
%GDA
Potassium 295mg 15%
Manganese 0.25mg 13%
Iron 1.2mg 9%
Phosporus 55mg 7%
Vitamin E 0.3mg 3%
Magnesium 6mg 2%
Serving size 100ml.
Typical Values 100ml Per 100g
Energy - kJ
- kcal (Calories)
353kJ
85kcal
572kJ
137kcal
Fat
saturates
mono-unsaturates
polyunsaturates
5.6g
1.7g
2.4g
1.3g
9g
2.7g
3.9g
2.1g
Carbohydrate
available carbohydrate
sugars
polyols
11.2g
2.1g
0.9g
9.1g
18.1g
3.4g
1.5g
14.7g
Fibre
2.2g 3.5g
Protein
2.5g 4.1g
Salt
62mg 100mg

Allergy information: Contains walnuts, eggs, almonds and cashews. May contain trace elements of peanuts.

Not for dogs!

Not for dogs!

Please note: we use sweeteners from natural origins including Stevia and polyols, which occur naturally and have been in use for over 100 years. Xylitol is one of them which is used in chewing gums and toothpaste and many diabetic friendly sweets and treats. Xylitol is actually produced in our bodies every day yet it is NOT SUITABLE FOR DOGS. Different mammals have different metabolisms, and in dogs it can cause a blood sugar crash and other serious issues. Whilst it is well known that chocolate is not suitable for dogs, xylitol is not yet as widespread so knowledge of this may be less common.


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