Perfect World Pistachio Ice Cream

Perfect World Pistachio Ice Cream

Following my reviews of Perfect World Caramel and Pecan and Raspberry Ripple Ice Creams today's is another from their newly revamped vegan, sugar free and gluten free range in a rather delicious flavour indeed...Pistachio! Containing only 5.2g of natural sugars and 390 calories per tub this also boasts 12 vitamins and minerals too. Not bad for an indulgent treat!

Perfect World Pistachio Ice Cream

The ice cream is made with a blend of coconut milk, almond, cashew and pistachio nut paste as well as the sweeteners xylitol, erythritol and stevia. Opening the lid, it had a lovely green hue and inviting pistachio aroma. There's little pistachio pieces mixed into the ice cream.

Perfect World Pistachio Ice Cream

Taste wise it was lovely, a super creamy and inviting pistachio flavour that melted in the mouth beautifully. The crunchy pieces add a nice bit of bite without it being too much. This is most definitely one for pistachio lovers, it's so nutty and moreish! I liked the fact that it's not sickly sweet like some dairy-based ice creams can be.

Overall, this is yet another win from Perfect World, proving that you really don't need dairy or sugar to make a nice icy treat. If you're vegan or avoiding sugar these are a must try...keep an eye out for them on and in Tesco stores! The more requests they get the more likely they are to stock them locally :)

8.5 out of 10.

Ingredients: Water, sweeteners (erythritol, xylitol, stevia), coconut milk, solubo gluco fibre, pistachio paste, almonds, cashews, tapioca starch, vegetable glycerine, pistachio pieces, stabilisers (guar gum, carob bean gum, xanthan gum), mono and diglycerides of fatty acids, natural flavours, natural colours, salt, vitamins (D, E, B1 Thiamin, B2 Riboflavin, B3 Niacin, B5 pantothetic acid, B7 biotin, B12), minerals (chromium, manganese, copper, zinc). 

Nutrition Information (per 100ml): 78 Calories, 4.45g Fat, 11.1g Carbohydrates, 0.92g Sugars, 3.93g Fibre, 2.16g Protein.

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