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Walls Soft Scoop Light Vanilla Ice Cream

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Brand: Walls / Type: Ice Cream

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      14.02.2010 21:18
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      Wall just aint barking mad for sausages

      I adore Vanilla Ice Cream and I can eat this by the bucket load. As soon as I open the lip I just want to dive straight in. Ilove it with raspberry or chocolate sauce or on its own. Either way it goes down very well.
      Walls Vanilla Ice cream come in a blue container with pictures of the great tasting stuff over the container.
      As soon as you take off the lid and see that fluffy white ice cream I just want to eat it all there and then.
      Its so easy to scoop with it being so soft and as soon as you put it in your mouth it melts yummy!
      Walls Ice Cream is sold in over 40 countries so it is very popular and there is great demand for it.
      There are around 60 calories and 2.5g fat per 100 ml serving which is great so get stuck in
      You can get your hands on it in your local supermarket down the frozen food aisle and will cost you around £2.00. What a bargain.

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      14.09.2009 00:50
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      Reusable container...

      WALL,S SOFT SCOOP.


      Im afraid im one of those people who rarely eat ice-cream, but on the odd occasion that i do, i like to have a nice soft vanilla tasting ice cream thats not too expensive, but also tastes good for the price.

      Recently having always got a box of this ice-cream in just incase one of my grandchildren come to stay, i spotted this Wall,s Ice Cream, called Soft Scoop, in my local Sainsbury,s costing £1.60p for a plastic tub containing 2L thats 900grams.

      The Packaging **********

      It comes in a handy to reuse plastic container, and it is nice and bright and appealing to ones eye, showing the Wall,s in red, and soft scoop in blue, with a picture of a bowl of this ice-cream with what looks like a bit of strawberry sauce on it.

      And some rolled up wafers the symbol above Wall,s being that of a heart.

      The Taste **********

      Yes it really is lovely not too overpowering on the vanilla but yet soft, smooth and creamy, just as an ice-cream should be.

      You can always do what i like to do, serve this with some fresh fruit salad, or with a flake (naughty but nice, and i usually buy some wafers to add to it, and chocolate sauce, but on its own it tastes really good too.


      Each 100ml serving thats 45g serving contains, calories 84, sugars 9.6g, fat 4.1g, saturates 2.2g, and salt 0.1g.


      I found even when frozen this was so easy to scoop out of the tub, i usually wash out my tubs and re use them, they are very useful for storing a whole range of things, especially in the freezer as this tub, has a clip down lid that fits well onto the base of the container.

      Wall,s like to think that they have done one of the best jobs in the world, in making ice-cream, they have been around for years (80 years in fact).
      It is also great to serve ice-cream alongside one of your favourite puddings, i like ice-cream with apple pie...yummy.


      I would definetely rate this ice-cream even though i dont eat it that often, but i think that they have got the combination just right.

      Thanks for reading and rating my reviews. xx.

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        30.09.2008 14:52
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        Quality lower-fat ice-cream

        Walls is one of the most popular ice-cream brands, manufactured by Unilever, that puts smiles on faces all year around. You know Walls when you see the swirly red heart logo and you know you're getting quality with their years of experience.

        Because ice-cream can be quite high in cals/fat if you're a big fan of it, I was delighted to come across the 'Light' version. A 2ltr tub of this ice-cream costs £1.79 in Tesco which is 19p more than their regular version, it's strange that you have to pay more to get the 'healthier' version. As opposed to buying a box of, for example, 3 stick ice-creams at £2, this is good value for money as you can get many servings from the tub. You can find this in most supermarkets now but it'll be harder to come by than the original variety in smaller shops.

        What's the difference between the 'light' and original? The 'light' ice-cream contains 33% less fat with only 60 calories and 2.5g fat per 100ml serving. The ice-cream itself actually looks more yellow in colour compared to the original which is whiter, but I think it actually has a creamier taste. It's soft to scoop so you don't need to leave it out of the freezer for ages waiting for it to be ready to serve. Although it's lower in fat there is no taste lost with this product - tt has a wonderfully smooth and creamy texture which melts in your mouth and has a rich, delicious vanilla flavour.

        This is great to eat plain or you can buy some ice-cream cones and scoop some into one. I like this with grated chocolate, but you can also try adding chocolate chips, chocolate/fudge/strawberry sauce etc to liven it up a bit. It's also great for making milkshakes! Even if you're not too bothered by the lower-fat content, I would still give this a try because I personally prefer this to the originally as I find it creamier. Yum! :)

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