Swedish Glace Neapolitan (non-dairy) Ice Cream Reviews
Product Type: Swedish Glace Dessert / Yoghurts
Description:Brand: Swedish Glace / Type: Ice Cream
Newest Review: ... some strawberry ice cream and some chocolate ice cream... Heaven in a tub! Swedish Glace Neapolitan frozen dessert (to give ... more
by - written on 27/12/09 (Very useful, 247 readings)
Being lactose intolerant means that dairy products (including ice cream) are out of bounds (unless I want to feel ill!). However, Swedish Glace have a range of lactose-free frozen desserts that are right up my street! I have been buying Swedish Glace Smooth Vanilla frozen dessert for some time now after finding it in my local supermarket and it tastes delicious, in some ways even better than some dairy ice creams I've tried in the past (before being diagnosed). So when I saw Swedish Glace Neapolitan in my local health food shop, it went straight into my shopping basket! I loved Neapolitan ice cream when I was a kid, because you got some vanilla ice cream, some strawberry Read the complete review
by - written on 24/10/08 (Very useful, 97 readings)
f you are a veggie, a vegan, have high cholesterol, are intolerant to gluten or lactose then I have found the perfect ice cream for you and if you are none of those things read on because this product is delicious! I have been buying Swedish Glace for over 20 years and yes it is from Sweden so you can expect superb quality. In the early days they made a pear flavour which was pale apple green and tasted wonderful, but sadly despite many emails to them over the years they haven't made it anymore but it doesn't matter because what they do make is worth buying! In the days of the pear flavour the ice cream would only be found in the secret caverns of health ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/07/08 (Very useful, 53 readings)
As some of you may know from my previous posts I have a friend who is allergic to milk, she's lactose intolerant. What is lactose intolerance? Lactose Intolerance is basically when a person cannot digest the sugars in lactose. This is because their bodies don't create any lactase which breaks down the lactose. It is actually a very common problem and more people suffer from it than you probably realise it is thought that up to 15% of the U.K suffers. The symptoms can range from just getting a stomach ache or eczema after eating lactose right up to vomiting and getting diarrhoea. Because of this there are loads of lovely foods that she can't ... Read the complete review
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