Breyers CarbSmark Brownie A La Mode
Brownie lovers, this lower-carb frozen dessert treat is calling your name! CarbSmart™ Brownie a la Mode only has 5g of net carbs, 4g of sugar and 120 calories per serving. You know brownie ice cream is delicious, but if you’re watching your sugars and carbs, it may not be such a sweet deal. With Breyers CarbSmart™, you don’t have to sacrifice taste and quality to enjoy a carb-conscious treat. Your sweet tooth can indulge in a smooth and creamy frozen treat featuring a smooth, vanilla dessert base with chewy brownie dough pieces and a decadent fudge swirl without any guilt. In 1866, William Breyer took his passion for creating high-quality desserts and set out to start his brand of ice cream, Breyers. Thanks to his commitment to delivering delicious ice cream treats using only local and simple ingredients, the Breyers brand was soon known and loved all across America. Today, Breyers continues the commitment to use only high-quality ingredients made by William Breyer over 150 years ago. When you buy our frozen dairy dessert, you know you are buying a dessert that uses colors and flavors from only natural sources, sustainably farmed fruit and vanilla, and milk and cream from American cows not treated with artificial growth hormones*. Not only is Breyers delicious, but every speck of vanilla that goes into our products comes from 100% sustainable farms in Madagascar. We are proud to offer a wide variety of flavors for every preference and palate, including CarbSmart™ Brownie a la Mode. But we’re not satisfied yet! Our commitment to delivering great products is always evolving. We are listening to what our consumers say about how our products taste and what we put into them so that we can find ways to deliver better-quality products you love. Be sure to visit Breyers.com to learn more about our wide variety of delicious desserts! *Suppliers of other ingredients such as cookies, candies and sauces may not be able to make this claim. The FDA states that no significant difference has been shown between dairy derived from rBST-treated and non-rBST-treated cows.