Ice cream lovers: Rejoice! Halo Top Creamery is releasing a new Gingerbread House ice cream into the world. This limited-time flavor hits shelves in late November and will be available until the New Year. Studded with gingerbread bites and laced with icing, it’s a wonder that each pint of ice cream only has 360 calories. Did we mention that each pint also packs in 20 grams of protein? Although it’s barely possible, these Halo Top statistics get even more impressive when you compare them against a three-ounce gingerbread man cookie, which has 340 calories on average. To make this Halo Top flavor even more spectacular, you should bake a gingerbread bowl to put a scoop in.
“Gingerbread House was a really fun flavor to make,” said Justin Woolverton, founder and CEO of Halo Top, in a press release. “Not only is it delicious; we think it’s a great follow-up to our first seasonal flavor, Pumpkin Pie. We hope our fans enjoy this seasonal flavor as much as we do!” It’s no secret that most of us probably will.
While adding a new flavor into the array is exciting, that news almost pales in comparison to the unveiling of Halo Top’s first brick-and-mortar store at the Westfield Topanga mall in Canoga Park, California. At this location, not only will they be serving up their calorie-conscious, inventive flavors, but they’re also striving to break the internet by introducing the world to their version of soft serve.
Earlier this year, Halo Top released their first ever seasonal flavor, Pumpkin Pie. This came on the heels of their announcement that they were adding seven new flavors, bringing the total number of choices in their low-calorie ice cream empire to 24. Sweet dreams really are made of this.
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