Tried the round vanilla sandwich skiing cow last time & enjoyed it so tried the coconut cherry sundae which was also not too bad. I do like my sweets after dinner & these are the better alternatives.
Why are all delicouse food fattening??
If anyone out there knows other ok tastings low fat goodies, please share, thanks!
Not a fan of these. Bought a pack a long time ago, possibly 7 months and just had my third.
The ice cream is tasteless and the toppings are bland.
Get the Bulla sundaes instead, they taste a lot nicer. I would only eat these if I absolutely had to diet. Skinny milk ice cream sucks.
Good choice for weight conscious
I've tried two flavors: salted caramel pretzels and chocolate, both are from multipack (4 cups pack). I liked both flavors, not too sweet, very light and satisfying. The size is right, the packaging is very convenient. OK, the taste is a bit blunt, comparing to rich ice cream, but no guilt afterwards, and no weight gain next day. Believe me!
OK - not my stick of ice-cream
I have enjoyed the skinny cow sundae cups and ice cream sandwiches previously, but in comparison the skinny cow ice cream sticks were a big let down for me.
At only 80 calories per serving it is hard to beat (lower calories than even the other skinny cow products), but for me it did not satisfy my ice-cream craving due to it lack of flavour.
It comes in two flavours - vanilla chocolate and english toffee - I didn't like either, but if I had to choose, I would say I preferred the english toffee (not by much).
It is also reasonably pricey for a low quality ice cream - personally I
a low fsat option in icecream that comes in sundee and icecream stick variety.not an icecream ide definately want to buy again due to the false flavour taste
this icecream although a healthier option to chose from and coming in a variety of flavours from sundees to ice cream on a stick i found to be bland in flavour and not something i would have to buy again.is smooth to eat yet doesnt have a real flavour about it..false tasting especially the flavouring in the sundee ( we had the berry one)
expensive to buy yet when on special is reasonable, from memory i brought my box of 4 sundee icecreams for $7.
This is a good ice cream to try because it doesn't have any added sugar and tastes pretty good. There are a couple of varieties like sundaes, and the stick ones too. It doesnt have a bitter aftertaste and for me, its nice to have on a hot summer's day.
This is a light ice cream with no sugar added and tastes pretty good. There are a lot more varieties in the stores nowadays and they are usually on special one week or another. Its pretty healthy ice cream, and I don't feel guilty if I eat this one.
It can be pricey if its not on sale, but I think most ice creams arent cheap. It does contain artificial sweeteners, so if you are health conscious about that, it may not appeal to you.
Questions & Answers
I buy skinny cow quite often, but last week the ice cream sundae cups (pack of 4) where half empty. we were going to take them back to the shop, and took pictures of them etc but were too busy with work, kids etc. I have now just opened this weeks pack of 4 and they aren't as bad as last week, but they aren't full cups of ice-cream. I feel very ripped off and it made me so nervous that i had to throw them away as i was very unsure if something was wrong with them / tampered with so i didn't want my family to eat them?
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I was not happy with nuts I bought from W****** online ($16), oil tasted rancid and they gave me attitude before getting a refund, saying it was not within 48 hrs.
One cannot consume $300 worth of groceries in 24 hrs.
Give skinny cow an email if you dont want to speak with someone but attach the photos of the half empty ones and also let them know your concern re-tampering.
It is their duty of care to action your complaints.
You did not get what you paid for and the cup certainly did not say we are half empty or full in sizes.
Let us know how you go.
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