The Skinny Cow Mint Double Choc Stick Reviews
Product Type: Skinny Cow Dessert / Yoghurts
Description:Type: Ice Cream / Low fat lollys for minimal moolah.
Newest Review: ... ice cream sticks, hot chocolate sachets and even an iced chocolate sandwich in either vanilla or chocolate at 101 calories ... more
by - written on 08/06/10, updated on 30/08/10 (Very useful, 32 readings)
What a great name for a brand! Such a clever play on words that we have probably all used at some time or another in a variety of ways. It really makes the brand stick out on supermarket shelves as a quirky kitsch and fun range of products. The fact that they are also lower in calories than many other brands offering similar products makes them even better. Skinny Cow Mint Double Choc Sticks, are only 94 calories each, but still taste as yummy as the higher calorie varieties made by rival brands. The gentle minty flavour is really good and there is a mix of swirly chocolate sauce within the ice cream that is enhanced by the addition of yummy little chocolate ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/04/10 (Very useful, 26 readings)
I have a very sweet tooth and am always on the look out for an after dinner treat that is not too bad for my waistline! My sister introduced me to skinny cow ice cream bars and I think they are a good low fat alternative. The ice cream comes in a box with three sticks in individual plastic wrappers. The cardboard box is nice and bright and advertises that it has less than 3% fat and only 94 calories per stick. A box of three is £1.78 from Tesco which I think is quite good value for money. When you open up the plastic wrapper you can smell the minty smell of the ice cream. This is a nice fresh smell and very appealing. The ice cream is a bright green ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/03/10, updated on 26/03/10 (Very useful, 33 readings)
I am most of the time on a diet of some sort, so when Skinny Cow was released i was first to the shelf. Anything with skinny in it has to be good right? But then i saw the price, £1.99 for a box of 3! Ok it's not too bad but slightly over my budget, so i waited until they were on offer in Morrisons at £1 and stocked up. This particular ice cream stick is Mint Double Choc flavour. The stick is only small but they manage to pack a good amount of ice cream onto it which is good and they are not at all sickly, actually completely the opposite you'll probably want another one. I hold my hands up to eating all 3 in one go. It is a delicious guilt ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/03/10 (Very useful, 111 readings)
Boyfriend & I had tried a few Skinny Cow products previously then spotted these mint flavoured "sticks" whilst doing some online shopping at Asda. As I'm quite fond of mint flavoured things I decide to give them a try and see what they were like. Packaging: The three mint flavoured "sticks" come in a plastic wrapper which in turn are housed inside the usual rectangular carton. A blurb on the side states that:- "wherever possible our cartons are made from recycled cardboard and our wooden sticks come from a sustainable wood source". The outside of the carton has the Skinny Cow logo with a picture ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/12/09 (Very useful, 71 readings)
I am a huge fan of Skinny Cow's triple chocolate sticks, so I've now decided to try every single Skinny Cow frozen product I can get my hands on as who can say no to guilt-free ice cream? Never mind that it's the middle of winter and there is frost on the ground, I still need my ice cream fix. Skinny Cow Mint Double Chocolate Sticks are less available than their triple chocolate and they don't sell them in my local supermarket, so I had to wait until I was in a larger town to find these. Then there was a long drive home to face with these frozen treats. I packed most of them (yes I bought loads of Skinny Cows!) into the same bag but a couple of packets ... Read the complete review
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