If you like the taste of the low calorie/reduced sugar ice cream you buy in the stores, you are going to LOVE the amazing taste of
SWEETIE Ice Cream!
Sweetie is low-fat ice cream with reduced sugar containing less than 2 grams of fat and 7 grams or less of sugar per serving.
The primary sugar source for Sweetie is lactose, or milk sugar, that naturally occurs in dairy products. Sweetie also contains allulose, a low-calorie sugar, naturally derived from the starch in corn kernels.
Erythritol is a natural sugar alcohol which is essential in the freezing point depression of Sweetie. Erythritol is used as a substitute to full-calorie sugars to soften the product making it taste and feel more like full sugar ice cream.
Allulose is a naturally occurring low-calorie sugar, which does not impact blood sugar. However, allulose is still labeled as a sugar on the nutrition facts panel. It is about 70% as sweet as sucrose and is derived from the starch found in corn kernels. Like erythritol, allulose aids in the freezing point depression of Sweetie, making a truly premium tasting product.
All Sweetie products contain at least 5 grams of protein and 3 grams of fiber. The protein source for Sweetie is milk protein concentrate and the fiber source is soluble corn fiber.
Sweetie uses natural, or non-artificial, sweeteners, flavors and colors.
Sweetie Salted Caramel contains trace amounts of sucralose in the caramel swirls. Research is currently underway to remove this ingredient as well.