I don't eat these very often because they're pretty high in calories and a tad expensive for so few per box, but when I want to indulge in something rich, I always buy the Double Caramel flavor. I can't decide which part tastes the best though - the chocolate, the caramel, or the creamy ice cream. They're definitely worth the price and calorie load.
Is it just me or has Breyers recently started putting more air in their ice cream? I love the vanilla flavor that this ice cream has to offer. It's not too creamy, but it's not icey either. Great for those who like middle of the road-- purchase when it's on sale.
This ice cream is the gold. I'm trying to cut off fattening food and so ice cream is a no-no. I got this once in Austin and fell in love. It's a bit pricey, but it's more healthy than artificially processed ice cream. I've tried the sea salted caramel, Caribbean coconut, and pistachio. It's gelato, so it contains less chemical ingredients. It taste very similar to the ones you get fresh in italian pastry shops too.
I am a complete ice cream lover. The best thing about this ice cream is that in the end of the ice cream cone when you are finally finished with your ice cream cone and think that everything or the best parts have been gone ...you have a bit of chocolate in the end of the cone which is amazing! This ice cream also comes in a variety of flavors and you can never go wrong with any.
Es un producto muy bueno, lo uso para el dolor de cabeza y pronto me ayuda a sentinel mejor, ya que sufro de dolores de cabeza muy seguidos est es una de mis opciones ya que cumple mis expectations ,muy recomendable.....lo seguire comparison una y Tora vex.
This is a game night staple! Such a classic that both children and adults can enjoy. Very affordable cards that come with a lot of fun. I love it that you can "team up" with someone to prevent someone else from winning. The draw two cards and draw four wild cards are so exciting! Great for family and friends. Highly recommended.
We used Pampers Swaddlers at the hospital so naturally, that's what we bought when we ran out of the stash we got form the hospital. We were happy with them, but noticed that they were more expensive. Changing to Huggies, we noticed a big difference - major blow outs! We switched back to Pampers and yes, these are the ones for breastfed babies. They are trimmer and the waistband isn't as stretchy as Huggies, but somehow they keep in the poop! Perhaps when solid food is introduced, there isn't much of a difference between the brands, but for newborn poop, it's Pampers.