While all of us might be turning to more snacks and treats during the pandemic than usual, The Brooklyn Creamery has created the perfect foil to comfort eating: a world-first indulgent, innovative treat in the form of mood-boosting ice cream.
The most creative ice cream maestros in the Middle East have now churned up three mind-blowing new ice cream flavours – also low fat and low calorie – which include specially-selected natural ingredients scientifically proven to help boost your mood, topping the joy already delivered to satisfied customers of The Brooklyn Creamery each and every day.
While there are several food and dessert brands offering products with functional benefits such as digestive health, immune support or an energy boost – The Brooklyn Creamery is the first dessert manufacturer to deliver ice cream with added benefits.
Now you can dive into a bowl of delicious, guilt-free, low calorie, low fat ice cream which also generates a mood boosting experience!
Trend setters, influencers and pleasure seekers will be hunting down this latest product range in The Brooklyn Creamery’s arsenal of ice cream dreams.
The mood-boosting ice cream range is an extension of the revolutionary brand’s current low calorie product line with added functional benefits: Cheer Me Up is a rich Belgian chocolate and hazelnut flavour which brings added happiness; Energize Me is stimulating coffee affogato flavour for an energy boost; while the third of The Brooklyn Creamery’s revolutionary world-first ice creams is Chill Out, a delicate, fragrant blend of blueberries and lavender which leaves you with a heightened sense of calm and relaxation.
Vasco Valenca de Sousa, food engineer, ice cream expert and chief Innovation officer, for the hipster New York brand, says: “With no added sugar, no artificial sweeteners and reduced calories compared to other ice creams, we really are already leading a revolution in indulgent snacking. Add in the scientifically-proven benefits of our naturally occurring ingredients, and you’re more likely to see in the health food section of supermarket freezers.”